If you don’t buy into digital transformation, just consider your daily routine. The bank you no longer visit, now sends balance and fraud alerts by texts. A trip to grab groceries has been replaced by a doorstep drop-off -- from the guy that used to deliver the now defunct newspaper.
And, ding-ding-ding… your drive across town has been rerouted around the dog parade that was auto-populated into your mobile notifications.
Your bank, grocery store, restaurant, newspaper, traffic cop, and local non-profit are all under attack by digital upstarts. As are your doctor, insurance agent, and governor. To survive, they’re transforming operations and communications, and embracing the cloud.
From regional to multi-national and for-profit to local government, incumbents and industry leaders are turning to flexible and scalable cloud providers such as Microsoft Azure.
But to realize digital transformation, leaders must consider the cloud migration costs and benefits for each application. And develop a prioritized list of workloads to migrate to Azure.
Some do this in house. Others turn to trusted advisors. But to enable innovation and reinvent customer interactions, all must consider the following application migrations guidelines:
A critical review of the above six items for each application under consideration will help prioritize workloads for migration to Azure.
If you can’t do this alone, consult with Trianz professionals that have years of experience with successful workload migration to the cloud, and significant Microsoft application and Azure platform expertise.
Typical Azure engagements include migration and management of .Net applications, SQL Server databases, DevOps and DevTest environments, SharePoint collaboration, Office and Exchange productivity, and big data analytics.
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