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Why You Need a Cloud Migration Factory
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With improved scalability and business agility, cloud technology is undoubtedly an asset to businesses. However, the focus is no longer about whether or not to adopt cloud but rather how to handle the logistics of relocating your business to a new platform. A cloud migration involves the transfer of large volumes of data, heavy workloads, and applications. 


What Is A Cloud Migration Factory? 

A cloud migration factory refers to the people, processes, and tools involved in cloud migration – from planning to execution. It makes the process seamless and less...

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Cloud Configuration: What You Should Know
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Cloud configuration involves setting a cloud environment’s software and hardware details to facilitate efficient communication and interoperation. The configuration process is straightforward, however, there are situations where the cloud environment is complex and getting overwhelming. Nevertheless, the provider has to do all it takes to ensure that communication is secure, performance is acceptable, and services are reliable in such environments. 


How Configuration Works 

To enhance sound interaction of the client and provider’s environment, cloud application...

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Why Multi-Cloud Backup is the Best Strategy for Disaster Recovery
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When it comes to cloud deployment, Disaster Recovery is a significant feature. At some point, something has to fail so it is quite understandable that a whole region or data centre of the cloud provider can go down at any time. It has happened time and again even to some of the known cloud providers such as Microsoft Azure and Amazon AWS. There is no guarantee that this problem might not occur in future and that’s why it is advisable to have a disaster recovery strategy that is effective. Below are some of the best reasons why you should give multi-cloud backup a...

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What are the advantages and disadvantages of hybrid clouds? 
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A hybrid cloud is a blend of two or more distinct cloud structures, using private and public clouds to provide separate functions within the same organisation. Hybrid cloud structures retain their unique entities but are able to seamlessly integrate data and applications. However, building a hybrid cloud does pose some challenges and it might not be the best solution for every company. 


The downsides of hybrid clouds 

One major reason for not proceeding with a hybrid cloud is the initial cost of investment. Although a hybrid cloud can save costs once it is up and running...

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