Over the past several years, cloud adoption has evolved from a risky proposition into an inevitability for most organizations.
While many of the technical challenges related to cloud migrations and operations have been solved – we see organizations still struggle with prioritization of their cloud migration efforts.
For good reason. There is no “one size fits all” approach to cloud adoption – in fact, it is affected by many factors:
At TDS, we believe that The Cloud Strategy Cookbook from Gartner is a good way to add discipline, consistency and guard rails to assure successful outcomes in your journey to the cloud. Proper planning for cloud migrations requires a cookbook approach.
It also requires a comprehensive inventory of your full application portfolio and infrastructure environment. With a complete view, you can easily identify “cloud ready” applications and workloads while working on more detailed planning for the more complex migration initiatives.
We are happy to offer Gartner’s Cloud Strategy Cookbook 2019, along with our thoughts on how you can accelerate your cloud journey. It starts with aligning business and IT objectives, then breaking through silo-based operations, and getting a clear, actionable view of your environment.
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Transitional Data Services (TDS) announces the release of TransitionManager 6.3, the industry's leading orchestration platform to modernize IT and manage change for critical programs like data center migrations. TransitionManager consolidates application dependencies across the IT estate and orchestrates detailed plans for migration and modernization. As a result, cross-functional teams efficiently collaborate on complex transformation tasks that affect the end-state of company applications and infrastructure.
The financial services industry has presented a bit of a conundrum for those watching the rapid adoption of cloud services by large enterprises. Given its massive scale, data retention requirements, and computational needs, the financial services sector seems like an ideal candidate for wholesale adoption of cloud platform products.
Transitional Data Services (TDS), a global leader in cloud and data center migrations, and modernization, today announces the availability of TransitionManager 6.2. The new release provides further enhancements to improve performance and streamline migration tasks. Additionally, release 6.2 allows customers to execute digital transformation strategies with confidence, addressing critical business areas such as disaster preparedness and cloud adoption.