Migrating an enterprise to the Cloud calls for a well-thought out strategy. As businesses get increasingly digitised and data generated increases exponentially, enterprises have to ascertain what cloud migration strategy works for them on the one hand, and if that strategy is successful, on the other.
The decision to migrate to the Cloud also requires that all architects understand application migration from multiple perspectives and criteria. These include: Application architecture, IT staff capabilities, investments made, and so on. Today, studies suggest that data management costs account for 70 percent of IT spend, every reason to ensure that the Cloud migration gameplan works like a charm. Continue reading
The benefits, utility and advantages of using the cloud platform for enterprise computing are no longer points of debate and too attractive to ignore. It is an attractive and efficient option for companies to avoid high capital outlays for new servers and the overhead costs of managing on-premises architecture. Companies moving to the cloud can transform different facets of their business, and harness the full potential of the cloud and cloud-based services like machine learning, data analytics, etc. Continue reading
Lord Hewart coined the phrase “Not only must justice be done; it must also be seen to be done” way back in 1923. With a little adaptation, Lord Hewart’s words are as relevant in the corporate data center as they once were in the courtroom. What we end up with is something like “Not only must security controls be implemented; they must also be seen to be implemented.” Continue reading
Enterprises which run legacy platforms face major challenges to make their IT environment agile and competitive to support their business needs. To bring in agility, flexibility and scalability to meet the growing demands of an enterprise is always a catch up game for the IT leadership. While businesses want to scale their operations in an unlimited manner, there are only a definite resources of budget, time, skill, and service capabilities that an IT function has. Some of the pressing IT challenges that cloud technology can solve for enterprises are: Continue reading
Organizations migrate to the cloud to achieve cost-efficiency, higher application performance and scalability. It is a complex process and enterprises must plan carefully for successful migration. The benefits of inter-operability, security, responsive service levels, along with a variable cost structure for both services and assets in cloud will make it easier for the IT leaders to take up the cloud journey. Some of the key IT imperatives which lead an organization to embrace cloud services are: Continue reading
The cloud is an invaluable solution for today’s evolving business needs, but adopting the cloud platform can spell big changes for an organization. Here are some factors businesses should seek clarity about before moving their workloads and applications to the cloud.
Cloud pricing model structure
Adopting cloud has the benefit of reducing costs drastically. Paradigm of cloud is scalable based on the needs of the business. However, the minimum threshold quantity for the IT economics should be worked out with the Cloud Service Providers. It is advisable to understand the pricing models of cloud providers for Infrastructure, Platform and Application that can unearth key pricing assumptions and hidden fees of subscription if any. In many a cases the software is provided at a nominal rate but the security, auditing and archiving aspects of the subscription are heavily priced. A keen understanding of the pricing model will help the decision makers to list the needs and break the pricing structures before they make their decisions.
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2016 witnessed a huge number of enterprises shifting their businesses to cloud based architecture. Experts believe 2017 will be an even bigger year in terms of cloud adoption. And, one of the biggest factors driving this change will be cloud architecture vendors competing to provide infrastructure-as-a-service at lower costs. Continue reading
The digital revolution is undoubtedly one of the greatest phenomena of our times. The Internet and the digital world offers boundless possibilities – be it students who can take online courses, a homemaker paying bills online, a physician using medical software to understand a patient’s health completely, or anybody turning to the internet to “google anything”, the technology has deeply impacted our everyday lives.By now, we all know what Digital India is all about – a dream project launched by the Indian government to digitally connect all Indians and bring India to a global platform. Continue reading
Green is the topic of discussion currently, and it has a major impact on the current Business operations, and how organizations have revisited their strategies on the Data Centers. What does green data center mean? A Green Data Center is an enterprise class computing facility that is entirely built, managed and operated on green computing principles (Green use, Green design, Green disposal and Green manufacturing). A green data center is a repository for the storage, management, and dissemination of data in which the mechanical, lighting, electrical and computer systems are designed for maximum energy efficiency and minimum environmental impact. The construction and operation of a green data center includes advanced technologies and strategies. Continue reading
Enterprise mobility is taking the IT world by storm. One of the most prominent trend shifts over the last year has been the wide-ranging adoption of enterprise mobility in the business world. An on-the-ground transformation of this trend has been the shift away from the tunnel-like focus on mobile applications. A complete digital transformation is required within the enterprise, and enterprise mobility is a definite way forward. Continue reading