Here are some typical scenarios that will benefit from cloud migration. We have group of experts who can make your migration journey smoother.
- Your application is experiencing increased traffic and it’s becoming difficult to scale resources on the fly to meet the increasing demand.
- You need to reduce operational costs while increasing the effectiveness of IT processes.
- Your clients require fast application implementation and deployment and thus want to focus more on development while reducing infrastructure overhead.
- Your clients want to expand their business geographically, but you suspect that setting up a multi-region infrastructure – with all the associated maintenance, time, human, and error control effort – is going to be a challenge.
- It’s becoming more difficult and expensive to keep up with your growing storage needs.
- You need to establish a disaster recovery system but setting it up for an entire data center could double the cost. It would also require a complex disaster recovery plan. Cloud disaster recovery systems can be implemented much more quickly and give you much better control over your resources.
- Tracking and upgrading underlying server software is a time consuming, yet an essential process that requires periodic and sometimes immediate upgrades. In some cases, a cloud provider will take care of this automatically. Some cloud computing models similarly handle many administrative tasks such as database backup, software upgrades, and periodic maintenance.
- Capex to Opex: Cloud computing shifts IT expenditure to a pay-as-you-go model, which is an attractive benefit, especially for startups.