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Why Migrate to Cloud?

Why Migrate to Cloud?

In today’s IT ecosystem, there are many factors that a business must consider in order to choose whether a Cloud infrastructure is the right fit. On the other hand, there are many businesses that are unable to make the jump into the Cloud, instead trusting on their legacy and on-premise applications and software to do business. Following are some of the reasons, why business should move to Cloud:

1. TCO, Total cost of ownership 

Why Migrate to Cloud?

When assessing a buying decision, many companies relate the price of on-premise software with the recurrent cost of a SaaS subscription. While these numbers matter, they flop to capture the total cost of ownership. On-premise solutions require not only the buying of the software but also need to support costs that are typically 18 to 26 percent of the license as well as extra hardware, personnel for maintenance and support, network watching, administration tools and more. In the Cloud model, many of the prices listed above are included in the subscription prices which not only leads to a lower total cost of ownership but also reduces complication and overhead.

Let’s be practical, do a real analysis of Total Cost of Ownership. Most top vendors have calculators for it.

Contact us for Cloud Migration Consultancy. Our consultants are Subject matter experts in Total cost of Ownership calculation.  Cloud offers great value during every stage of your migration journey. We offer free assessment, migration, and cost management tools to help you develop a migration plan and optimize your spending after migration.

2. Reliability

Why Migrate to Cloud?

Both hardware- and software-level redundancy defend you from loss of data. In the occurrence of a catastrophe, self-healing systems are already at work, and disaster recovery is controlled by the service. You can rest assured that your data will be there when you need it. They typically won’t lock you in for more than a year. So you can always take your money elsewhere, and early exits in the Cloud are almost always cheaper than the alternative — purchasing long-term or up-front licenses for on-premise software and investing in the hardware on which it runs.

AWS and Azure have strong redundancy and failover solutions. Our consultants have years of experience in implementation of redundancy solutions for AWS and Azure.

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3. Fast and ease of deployment 

Why Migrate to Cloud?

On-premise implementation can take a year or more, and as conditions and priorities change, resources and budget can swing, often postponing or forever stalling these time-intensive and IT plans. Cloud deployments, depending on the complication of the solution, typically take a few months, but some can be quick in as little 30 days. This ensures that value awareness is as fast as possible and lowers the overall deployment risk. Cloud applications require less software development and are simple to scale as your corporate needs change. They are effortlessly configurable and have extra flexible integration choices.

Cloud gives you a flexible migration route with hybrid consistency across your on-premises assets and the Cloud. You don’t have to change everything all at once whether your corporate requires a hybrid state long-term or only during the migration period. Cloud is hybrid by design and can support your needs.

4. Acquisitions/Mergers 

Why Migrate to Cloud?

When businesses merge, it’s regularly a test to match up the application, network, and data—and doing this across numerous on-prem data centers can be all the more puzzling. Lots of enterprises undergoing mergers find that moving key applications and data into the Cloud makes the procedure cooler. Using Cloud also makes it relaxed to accommodate new geographies and employees, eventually subsequent in a flattering change. When you’re selling corporate, migrating systems and data it usually includes signing a six-to-Twelve-months severance contract with IT staff. If you are buying a company that has the on-premises infrastructure, you’re observing at the same scenario from the other direction. On the other hand, If your data is already in the Cloud, the new owners can simply access the business’s applications, network and data—wherever and anytime with a password.

5. Trial before you buy 

When it comes to an on-premise solution, many corporations make acquisition decisions without a great understanding of the value the solution will deliver to their business. They make a large up-front venture in the form of capital expenditure without test driving the system first —a risky move for such a large, high-profile expense. Most Cloud applications enable companies to test or pilot the application first, to ensure there is business value in the application.

AWS and Azure provide Trial option to assess your needs and plan final deployment according to IT needs.

6. Software/hardware Updates 

Why Migrate to Cloud?

When you manage an on-prem data center, it’s up to you to keep everything up to date. This can mean costly on-prem software licenses and hardware upgrades to handle the requirements of newly upgraded software. We’ve seen that when evaluating an upcoming refresh cycle, many enterprises find it’s significantly less expensive to decommission on-prem software and hardware. Consider either a SaaS subscription or a lift-and-shift of that application into the public Cloud. Which path you choose will depend greatly on the app (and available SaaS options), but either way it’s the beginning of a Cloud migration project.

Why Migrate to Cloud?

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Nub8  leads in providing revolutionary migration services, Cloud business solutions and design-led experiences for its clients. All is delivered through the power of people with Amazon and Microsoft ecosystem. Our professionals combine technology, business and industry expertise to build and deploy solutions to realize results for clients. We help bringing clients the best thinking through a collaborative culture that honors diversity and reflects the communities in which we operate.

Our Migration Consulting team manages the systems that keep us and our clients ahead of the pack. As an Azure and AWS Infrastructure Consultant, our team will plan, analyze, design, test, and deploy enterprise scale Microsoft/Amazon Cloud infrastructure solutions. We are technical subject matter expert on both Cloud and on-premise IT systems. We apply functional knowledge and technical expertise in the Microsoft/Amazon Cloud offerings and promote innovative solutions to our customers.

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