Migrating your infrastructure from on-premise to Private Cloud will allow you to focus on your core business, without wasting efforts and money on managing and maintaining your own in-house IT infrastructure. Unlike most Public Cloud solutions, a private cloud environment, as those we design at Stackscale, allows more specific and custom configurations, making the migration
Choosing a cloud provider is not an easy task, since there are many options available and analyzing all of them would be unfeasible. However, picking the right provider for your business is critical to long-term success. Therefore, to effectively meet your expectations and ensure a successful migration to the cloud, you need a clear strategy.
Iaas, short for Infrastructure as a service, is a cloud computing solution that consists of provisioning and managing computing resources over the Internet; such as servers, storage, networking and virtualization. This computing model emerged in the early 2010s and it is also known as Hardware as a Service (HaaS). Since then, IaaS has become the
Business continuity depends significantly on IT. So, if you want to be prepared against any contingency, you need to get your Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) ready sooner rather than later. A DRP will allow you to recover your mission-critical data and applications in the shortest time possible. Therefore, it is important to properly adapt it
When migrating to the cloud, security must be taken into consideration from the beginning. By preparing a secure migration to the cloud, you will not only avoid many risks, but also save a lot of time and money. There are many factors to consider when migrating to the cloud, from your company’s current security measures
By migrating from on-premises to cloud, companies can enjoy many intangible benefits in addition to reducing costs. When calculating “cloud ROI”, companies should consider multiple factors. Since cost reduction is just one of the motivations for changing to a cloud model. So, let’s start by enumerating some of the most common reasons to migrate to
We liked this reference in Acloudhosting in which they highlight that the exorbitant increase in the data is demanding innovation in storage. The report of Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) makes it clear that companies maintain a continuous struggle to manage and protect their data. High availability, data replication and even the relocation of the backups