Enterprise Cloud Migration

Enterprise Cloud Migration

When considering a move to cloud providers, make sure you research and understand the competitive products, service options, and discounting models. Investing time here will ensure you a cloud setup customized to your business’s needs at the most efficient cost. And when calculating costs, always make sure you consider the indirect cost benefits from switching to a cloud model.

Why you should make a move to Cloud?

Cost Savings

Replace CAPEX with the variable cost model

Optimize utilization and usage

Optimize manual labor

Increased Productivity

Flexibility, Functionality, and Efficiency

More Efficient Collaboration

Less IT Infrastructure and Maintenance Work

Increased Resilience

Decreased RTO & RPO

Self Healing Platform

Change management Automation

Drive Business Value

Faster Time to Market

Business Agility

Capacity Planning

There are several benefits to the multi-cloud route, like avoiding vendor lock-in, optimizing your performance for as many services as you need, increasing reliability, and decreasing your risk of security attacks. When you’ve separated workloads across a variety of clouds, you can have more work happening independently, quickly, and, if planned well, more efficiently. Why 86% of enterprises employ a multi-cloud strategy and how it impacts business
Why 86% of enterprises employ a multi-cloud strategy and how it impacts business

Leadsurf's Cloud Adoption Framework (LCAF)

Cloud adoption requires that fundamental changes are discussed and considered across the entire organization, and that stakeholders across all organizational units— both outside and within IT—support these changes. Our Cloud Adoption Framework provides guidance that supports each unit in your organization so that each area understands how to update skills, adapt existing processes, and introduce new processes to take maximum advantage of the services provided by cloud. At the highest level, the CAF organizes guidance into six focus areas, In general, the Business, People, and Governance Perspectives focus on business capabilities; while the Platform, Security, and Operations Perspectives focus on technical capabilities.