Cloud Migration has immense technical challenges and additionally, they must choose between regional or multi-regional options, local SSDs, or persistent disks along with several other options. Selecting the wrong storage option from the outset would likely hinder the effective operation of applications.
To build and expand new cloud environments for an extended range of clients, a big part of that work is helping our clients overwhelm challenges in shifting workloads and addressing points that are not fully optimized. The most often seen challenges are:
Connecting New Cloud Applications
With Old Data, a recent report says that data integration is a crucial step for companies that are pursuing frictionless data distribution. Organizations may need to transform their data architecture to suit the cloud services offered.
Selecting the Proper Data Storage
It helps company decides to migrate their data and applications to the cloud. Businesses are looking into ways to reduce the costs, establish new accelerated penetrations, and analyze data management when deciding on a provider.
Time and Cost of Migration
It requires a lot of bandwidth and resources but it is necessary for the data migration process. This is a tough business decision because it is detrimental to enterprises’ productivity. Therefore, can affect the company’s decision to migrate to the cloud leading them to continue with a local server.
Modifying Personnel, People, and Processes
Modifying Personnel, People, and Processes to Cloud Systems to make changes in data architecture is one of the biggest challenges companies face with cloud migration. For this reason, organizations may stagger the migration process into phases to ease personnel and other data users into the new methods that come with cloud storage implementation.
New IT Talent personnel
The Need for New IT Talent personnel required for the migration to cloud storage does not likely hold the same skill set as local server management. Cloud computing, which comes with full cloud migration, requires developers with specific IT skills, and filling this skill gap can be a challenge to cloud migration.
Security and Compliance Regulations
Security and Compliance Regulations to Migrate to the cloud may require businesses to change security and compliance permissions. According to research published by Solutions Review, 60% of companies listed security as a major affair for not moving to the cloud.
The good news is that none of these challenges are without solutions. Let’s connect to overcome the challenges you face in cloud migration and make your transition as smooth as possible.