Over the past few years, accelerating the migration towards cloud has been a top priority in Information Technology as it enables corporations to have faster access to emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence, big data analytics, Internet of Things, and blockchain.
Many other corporations are, however, still reluctant to adapt cloud solutions, especially for those manufacturing and pharmaceutical companies that run hundreds if not thousands of critical, custom-designed legacy applications on their premises.
Moving legacy applications to the public cloud can be complex, time-consuming and expensive, with cost potentially jumping into millions of dollars, but adopting a hybrid cloud model could ease the transition.
Reasons to adopt the hybrid cloud could vary but include higher scalability requirements, lower costs, better disaster recovery and business continuity.
Hybrid cloud model has been endorsed as the future of enterprise IT infrastructure. By setting up a right stepping stone, it would give any enterprise a competitive advantage over its competitors.
The challenges and requirements may differ based on the types of businesses. Yet, hybrid cloud solutions can be implemented in various ways to accommodate the current needs of business with enough room for expansion in the future.
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OpenGov invites you to an exclusive closed-door Breakfast Insight session focusing on the integration of legacy system and data without having to retire, purchase or develop new applications when moving to the cloud.
This exclusive Breakfast Insight will discuss:
Key barriers posed by hybrid cloud deployment including legacy compatibility issues, sources of migration cost and complexity
Different approaches to implement best cloud solutions based on the current needs and types of business
Maintaining security and control while opening access to cloud during migration
Rundown of Backup and Disaster Recovery as-a-Service(DRaas)
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