Companies needn’t be locked into inflexible deals with their data centre operator. Organisations should be able to move their infrastructure to facilities that are more cost effective or can capably handle anticipated growth and fluctuations in demand.
However, infrastructure and operations professionals understandably worry such efforts can impact business operations, service level agreements, and performance availability of applications.
That’s because a data centre migration accounts for the move of IT systems, workloads, applications, and infrastructure from one operating environment to one or more new target environments, e.g., private/public cloud, colocation facilities, edge location, or an owned and operated data centre.
We also look into the benefits, potential pitfalls and types of data centre migrations and tips on migrations.
More to come...
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