Cloud migration is a complex process, but it can be made easier with a clear understanding of the three main phases. We’ll discuss each of these phases in detail and provide real-world guidance so you can make sure your project goes smoothly from start to finish.
Cloud migration is the process of moving your IT infrastructure from on-premises to a public cloud service provider. It’s a good idea to prepare for any migration by understanding what happens during each phase, so you can make informed decisions about your organization’s needs and requirements for each step along the way.
This is when you migrate all of your applications to another location (such as AWS). It involves copying files between servers, configuring network settings in new locations and setting up dependencies between applications so they work properly together once they’ve been moved into production environments on AWS or other public cloud providers like Microsoft Azure or Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
The first step to a successful cloud migration is assessing your current environment. This includes understanding the benefits that you can gain from migrating to AWS, as well as understanding the costs associated with moving your workloads off-premises. You should also determine if your organization is ready for a full-scale migration process and plan accordingly.
Once you have an idea of what needs to be done in order to migrate successfully, it’s time for planning! You’ll need an overarching strategy that includes:
Migrating to the cloud is a process. The migration tasks include:
The process of migrating to AWS cloud is divided into three phases, which are:
TI Infotech can help businesses with AWS Cloud Migration Services. We have a team of experienced cloud architects and engineers who can help you assess your current environment, develop a migration plan, and execute the migration. We can also help you with ongoing cloud management and support.
We hope that this article has given you an overview of how to approach AWS Cloud Migration Services, and what you should be considering.