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"Top Challenges of Moving to a Cloud-Based Infrastructure"

3 Challenges of Moving to a Cloud-Based Infrastructure

3 Challenges of Moving to a Cloud-Based Infrastructure

White Paper: AppNeta

Although cloud computing has revolutionized the way we store and access data, the adoption of cloud computing is not free from issues and concerns. 

When planning a move to a cloud-based infrastructure, or a hybrid cloud infrastructure, you may not actually be packing boxes and folding up unused cables, but you should be getting ready for a change.

Let’s explore some of the challenges and concerns you'll face as you move to a cloud-based infrastructure in this whitepaper. It highlights:

  • The cloud is complex- Be proactive with performance monitoring in the cloud
  • Data centers and clouds need a good connection- Evaluate performance management tools
  • The cloud still requires monitoring- Cloud monitoring has to be continuous,

Hence these are the top challenges of moving to the cloud that you should watch out for!

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What is

What is Cloud Computing ?

A type of internet-based computing, Cloud computing refers to delivery of computing services over the internet or "the cloud" instead of using local storage and computing. The different computing services include servers, storage, databases, networking, software, applications, and analytics. Cloud computing eliminates the need for hardware acquisition, maintenance, installation of software.

What is Analytics ?

Analytics is the process of obtaining an optimal and realistic decision based on examining existing data, typically large sets of business data, with the aid of mathematics, statistics, specialized systems and software. In the last few years use of analytical methods to extract useful insights from data have gained immediate importance and has helped several companies improve their business performances.

What is Cloud infrastructure ?

Cloud infrastructure consists of back-end elements primarily comprising of server hardware components, virtual machines, storage and networking facilities, and software that provide access to the cloud for applications and other services. It can also refer to on-demand service delivered through the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) model.

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