Staying on Track with Value During Hyperscale Migration

The cloud offers many benefits. But regardless of the scalable, flexible computing power and other advantages the technology offers, there is only one reason to migrate workloads to the cloud: to unlock potential value.

Value is subjective, and it can take many forms. It could be represented by lower costs, faster application development cycles, quicker speed to market, new business expansion or innovation, exponential scale and processing power for research and development, and more.

How you define value at your organisation may be different than how others do. But for your cloud migration to be successful, you need to be clear about what value you are seeking to achieve and then track your progress against it.

Unfortunately, many organisations struggle in this area. In fact, only 30% of CEOs are confident that their cloud migration initiatives will deliver the value they expect at the expected time.

Although no cloud migration is the same, and there can be a multitude of unknowns on the journey, you can position your migration for success. It begins with understanding where migrations often get off track. And then knowing what you can do either to avoid falling into the same trap, or if you have already encountered the trouble, what you can do to correct course and keep your project moving forward.

This white paper describes seven key steps where cloud migrations often get off course and what you can do to avoid making the same mistakes.

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The cloud offers many benefits. But regardless of the scalable, flexible computing power and other advantages the technology offers, there is only one reason to migrate workloads to the cloud: to unlock potential value.

Value is subjective, and it can take many forms. It could be represented by lower costs, faster application development cycles, quicker speed to market, new business expansion or innovation, exponential scale and processing power for research and development, and more.

How you define value at your organisation may be different than how others do. But for your cloud migration to be successful, you need to be clear about what value you are seeking to achieve and then track your progress against it.

Unfortunately, many organisations struggle in this area. In fact, only 30% of CEOs are confident that their cloud migration initiatives will deliver the value they expect at the expected time.

Although no cloud migration is the same, and there can be a multitude of unknowns on the journey, you can position your migration for success. It begins with understanding where migrations often get off track. And then knowing what you can do either to avoid falling into the same trap, or if you have already encountered the trouble, what you can do to correct course and keep your project moving forward.

This white paper describes seven key steps where cloud migrations often get off course and what you can do to avoid making the same mistakes.

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