Innovations are creating new business opportunities, which require organizations to adopt newer technologies to stay ahead in their business. State-of-the art infrastructure, technologies and expert advice can save time, capital expenses, and ongoing operational expenditures and can reduce the physical footprint of the data center.
Data center migration is a major undertaking for any organization. It could involve one or more of the following: consolidating data centers, reducing the compute estate within a data center through virtualization, lift-and-shift of assets to a new facility, adopting new hardware and/or software platforms, etc. It is a complex activity with lots of moving parts that are difficult to control and track. The entire activity requires careful planning and execution to avoid any glitches. However, before planning the actual move, there are a few critical decisions that can have a significant impact on the effectiveness and success of the migration.
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