There is simply no getting around it. Change is upon us. The great cloud migration is here.
The costs of maintaining on-premise computing infrastructure is becoming increasingly difficult for businesses to justify and, by 2019, it’s expected that 50% of enterprises will be in the cloud. But such migrations come with plenty of complications.
Migrating in-house workloads to a cloud environment is a daunting and complex maneuver, from both a technical and operational standpoint. Efficiency is key, as it is way too easy to waste money on a poorly configured cloud.
The most important factor to consider during a cloud migration is that your cloud solutions align with your business requirements. There are as many different types of cloud architectures as there are businesses using them, and it can be very expensive to redesign your deployment.
As with all complex business projects, there are some good and some not-so-good ways of managing a cloud migration. Come along with me as we discuss some best practices for managing the cloud migration process.
The Role of Shamrock Consulting
Once you decide that you’re ready to join the thousands of other companies beginning their migration to the cloud, a top consideration should be choosing an experienced and reliable partner to help you with your planning, migration and security processes.
Shamrock Consulting Group has helped dozens of mid to large enterprises migrate to the cloud successfully, and we provide a robust suite of cloud consulting services focused on cloud cost reduction, cloud management software and more.
Shamrock’s cloud experts have years of experience helping our clients create and execute private, public and hybrid cloud deployments. We’ve partnered with all four of the major public cloud providers (AWS, Azure, GCP, IBM) to offer direct connects via their respective on-ramps at the guaranteed best price. We were also first to market offering 100G direct connects into AWS Direct Connect and Google Cloud Interconnect.