Migration pitfalls to avoid – and how to avoid them

Everything You Need to Know About Migrating Workloads

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On paper, workload migration means shifting data, assets, and software from one location to another, usually from on-premises to cloud environments. In reality, workload migration can be a complicated undertaking – one that requires serious deliberation and deep knowledge of each workload’s specific requirements.

Jump into this guide to learn about four of the major migration issues organizations encounter during their migration processes, including connectivity incompatibility, data import and export errors, and more – and how to make sure your enterprise is doing everything it can to avoid these pitfalls.  

Vendor:
Digital Realty
Posted:
11 Jun 2019
Published:
11 Jun 2019
Format:
PDF
Length:
23 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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