A 23% to 25% reduction in capital investments and 18% lower licensing cost is delightful news for every enterprise. And datacenter consolidations have been proven to make these, and much more, happen. Which enterprise would not want to invest these savings into more new products and innovations?
That said, these outcomes are possible only when datacenter and infrastructure are migrated to the private cloud, or alternatively, to public cloud infrastructure. The migration of datacenter and infrastructure needs a substantial amount of planning, design and understanding of business continuity processes.
Datacenter migrations into public cloud are typically looked at as a lift and shift kind of migration. This type reduces some of the captive datacenter capacity issues, but in the long run, might lead to higher consumption cost on the public cloud. Hence, planning these migrations by leveraging some PaaS capabilities to rationalize technology versions or evaluating SaaS cloud providers might be a suitable approach.
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- Reduction and/ or elimination of hardware costs and maintenance
- Affords scalability and flexibility
- Freeing up IT resources to focus on business-centric endeavors versus maintenance
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