What is Cloud Migration?
Cloud Migration is the process of moving digital business operations into the cloud. It involves transferring data, applications, and IT processes from a company’s private server to a public cloud provider’s server.
- Cost Savings – The ability to optimize workloads leads to significant savings, since it costs less money to run them.
- Flexibility – Organizations have the option to pay only for the cloud resources that they use on a regular basis. They also have the option of a hybrid cloud, which lets you migrate some of your workload into the cloud while others can stay in the existing on-premises environment.
- Enhanced Security – Many clouds have built-in security features and specialized cloud security tools, such as automatic security patches. This helps make sure an organization’s resources are protected.
- Backup and Recovery – Most cloud providers offering built-in, convenient backup and recovery capabilities.
- Speed – Most cloud computing services are on demand, which means things can be done in just minutes. This gives businesses a lot of flexibility and takes the pressure off capacity planning.
- Microsoft Azure – Designed to support applications that are scalable, reliable, and inexpensive to operate. Azure Cloud Services lets you have more control over the virtual machines (VMs).
- Microsoft Office 365 – Stream your Windows experience, including personalized apps, content and settings, in a secure way.
- Microsoft Security – Safeguard your infrastructure across multi-cloud and hybrid environments.
- Microsoft Sharepoint and OneDrive – Help organizations share and manage content, knowledge, and applications so information can be quickly found and communication is strong across an organization.