For better disaster recovery, improved security, and quicker deployment times
Any company's legacy infrastructure eventually becomes a liability. It's ineffective, expensive, and vulnerable to modern-day threats. Enterprises are rejecting their legacy architecture in record numbers. For them, the problem isn't just the rising costs; it's also the fact that these applications, which were designed for older infrastructure, aren't scalable and are a nightmare to manage. Besides this, performance is slowed by legacy infrastructure and applications. These are just a few of the reasons why businesses are moving to the cloud.
Any business that migrates to the cloud undergoes a significant transformation. It comes with a slew of benefits, including increased reliability, mobility, lower operational costs, scalability, and more.
Why Legacy to Cloud Migration?
For almost every business, moving to the public cloud is the top priority. Why? There are numerous advantages that growth-oriented businesses in all industries can take advantage of. Here are a few examples:
Almost half of businesses say that using cloud technology would reduce their IT costs by 30 to 50 percent. A shift to cloud computing could save you money and improve the predictability of your spending if your company optimizes its cloud usage. This is because, rather than investing heavily in an expensive and one-dimensional piece of on-premise hardware, your company will only pay for the services it uses on a pay-as-you-go basis.
Flexibility and Freedom
Employee expectations are changing as well as the modern business landscape. Whether you're looking to hire remote workers, set up a new office, or give your employees the ability to work from anywhere, your company (and its technology) must be responsive and flexible. BYOD (bring-your-own-device) initiatives and remote working policies can both benefit from cloud computing services. You could also benefit from some productivity-boosting work applications if you use the right enterprise mobility suite and cloud provider.
If your company is planning to expand, moving to the cloud is the best option. Cloud computing is scalable, allowing you to easily increase and decrease the resources you need. So, if you need to deploy a new application or store more data, you can rest assured that you'll be able to do so in your cloud environment.
Did you know that 92 of the top 100 financial firms are still using legacy technology? These companies not only risk losing billions of pounds by keeping this hardware operational, but they also risk jeopardizing the security of their customers. With all eyes on data security and the GDPR, your company needs to find the most secure solutions for storing and managing the data it generates. Fortunately, when it comes to safeguarding your assets, cloud computing provides unrivaled security. Microsoft, for example, offers app security, intelligent threat-detection, multi-factor authentication, and comprehensive security reviews across all of your assets. This ensures that your data security is impenetrable and that the risk of a breach or hack is minimized.
Legacy to Cloud Migration Services from 360 Technology
Analyzing Data and InformationWe collect and analyze data and information about your current enterprise architecture, as well as the needs, requirements, and trends in each of an organization's business units. Following that, we'll figure out your business strategy and create a blueprint for your enterprise architecture.
Thorough Risk Assessment
We conduct a thorough risk assessment of your infrastructure before migrating legacy applications to the cloud. To avoid any issues during the application migration process, our experts perform all necessary security and compliance, performance, availability, and scalability assessments.
Execution and Planning
Our expert consultants and cloud architects work with you to develop a reliable migration plan for your legacy infrastructure, easing the way for future implementation. We assist you in creating a complete roadmap, from the evaluation of the migration plan to the actual migration and maintenance of the migrated application.
Legacy Application Dismantling
Legacy applications come with a slew of issues due to their age, including old VMs, network shares, enterprise content management systems, general-purpose file servers, OS compatibility, and more. When legacy applications are migrated, their log files, malware, and log legacy may be transferred as well. We disassemble your app to prevent unnecessary components from being moved to the cloud.
Disaster Prevention and Reconstruction
With our robust cloud disaster aversion and recovery services, which secure and prevent data loss, we help you keep going even during severe outages.