The key challenge lies in keeping not only IT, but all project stakeholders across the enterprise, informed and working together smoothly toward the same goal, despite their disparate roles and project responsibilities.
Of course, you need a solid approach / methodology that covers discovery, analysis, planning and execution. But this alone is not enough to assure success. If you are moving just a few racks of gear or a few virtual machines over the weekend, it’s really no big deal.
However, when moving hundreds or even thousands of applications and the associated infrastructure, then managing the complexity and interdependencies while minimizing the business impact becomes a daunting endeavor.
In our eBook Preparing For A Successful Cloud or Data Center Migration we will share with you the important steps for you to take that will lead to a successful data center migration. Some of the key takeaways include:
Data center migration events are commonly described as controlled disasters, but maybe it’s time to raise the bar and expect excellence. Reading this eBook is the first step towards making your cloud migration or data center migration successful.
Retailers must not only reframe the physical store experience, they must also embrace cloud adoption to be able deliver the highly immersive, entertaining, omni-channel experience customers now expect.
CIO & CTO’s find themselves trying to get out of a traditional data center due to underutilized resources, expensive contracts, and to reduce their IT costs
Having a multi-cloud strategy helps organizations better manage changing requirements no matter how unpredictable. 2020 certainly is proof that we all need to be ready for the unexpected. Here are five reasons why a multi-cloud strategy is critical today.
IT organizations need a platform built specifically for planning, managing, and executing migrations, recovery events, M&As and other transformation projects, end-to-end.
Making decisions using data that is pieced together through a combination of spreadsheets, data exports, and email messages doesn’t provide project teams with a comprehensive understanding of compliance, security and other business requirements. That’s why TDS enhanced its rules engine, making it easy to write simple scripts that apply business rules to data, ensuring that the results will be aligned with business goals.
We continue to evolve TransitionManager’s capabilities, focusing first on what problem we are trying to solve for the customer. For enterprise architects and cloud professionals, finding the right information and leveraging the variety of tools available to plan and manage IT transformation projects is challenging and complex.