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What Is a Lift and Shift Cloud Migration?

Workload migration to cloud-based services can change an enterprise’s IT landscape, tapping into the scale and agility of cloud while converting CAPEX... Read More

The Storage Administrator Role Is Evolving: Meet the Cloud Administrator

What do you think a CIO’s expectations of a storage administrator in the cloud paradigm include? Read More

AWS Migration: Migrating Website Data to Amazon S3

One of our clients had their website running on Wordpress using an IIS server for years. However, a rise of traffic and a need for scale convinced the... Read More

Migrating Data to and from Amazon EFS with Cloud Sync

Amazon EFS (Elastic File System) provides cloud-based NFS file share services that are highly available and scalable. It is very quick to get started,... Read More

Azure Use Cases with Cloud Volumes ONTAP (formerly ONTAP Cloud)

Exponential data growth is no longer a myth, but a reality. Almost all enterprises are facing this challenge at some point or another in their infrast... Read More

Data Streaming for Analytics in a Hybrid Cloud Using Amazon S3

Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) is a widely-spread scalable storage service that allows vendors to store data blocks structured in buckets i... Read More

One-Click SAP System Migration to the Cloud

Posted by Bernd Herth Topics: Cloud Migration

Have you ever dreamed of quickly moving your dev/test SAP HANA system into the cloud? Fully automated with a one-click workflow? Without the hassle of... Read More

Cloud Sync: A Valuable Resource for Successful Cloud Migrations

Cloud migrations live and die by the transfer tools that are used to move data into the cloud. If your company is about to undergo the massive shift t... Read More

5 Things You Need to Know Before You Start Migrating Data to the Cloud

  It’s finally happening: your company is moving to the cloud and you are responsible for getting it done. Read More

What Is Azure Site Recovery and How Do You Use It?

Some of the biggest driving factors for companies today are fault tolerance and business continuity. Companies need to be able to recover from catastr... Read More

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