They say it's about the journey, not the destination...
With hundreds of applications accessed by thousands of users, cloud server migration can be one of the most stressful tasks to undertake. Exporting, transporting, importing, restoring. This can take days (and even weeks).
We like to do it differently around here. Leveraging the power of replication, your migration is completed within a matter of moments. To us, the journey’s overrated.
It's not magic. It's just done really well.
Frequently Asked Questions.
Want to make the switch to cloud services but aren’t sure where to start?
It can seem like a daunting task, but it doesn’t have to be. Here are some tips for making your migration as seamless as possible:
- Do your research. Before you even think about migrating something from one place to another, make sure you know what the pros and cons of both options are. You want to ensure that the new solution is going to be better than the one you currently have, and that whatever you’re moving won’t get lost or corrupted in transit.
- Make an inventory of what needs migrating. This step is important as it will help ensure nothing gets overlooked during the process. If there are certain files or programs that are important to you, ensure they’re included.
- Move your data around first. This will allow you to test out how everything works before actually switching over all of your systems at once—and if anything goes wrong with one part of the process before everything has been switched over completely, at least it won’t cause any major problems down the track.
Cloud migration services are an option for companies looking to switch from traditional, on-premise servers and networks to the cloud. Cloud migration services can be used as a standalone service or in conjunction with other cloud-based technologies, like disaster recovery, security and backup solutions.
Cloud migration services typically involve transferring data from on-premise servers to cloud servers via an internet connection. The main benefit of this process is that it allows businesses to avoid the cost and hassle of purchasing additional hardware and software licenses for their new cloud-based infrastructure, which can be expensive.
Cloud migration services also allow companies to keep their existing hardware while they transition their data over to their new cloud-based platform, which makes it easier for them to maintain current operations during the transition period. This is especially helpful if there are any problems with the new system because it can be addressed quickly without disrupting most other aspects of business operations.