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Server Migration –

While enterprises need to move away from legacy infrastructure, be it migrating to the cloud or a modern server, We must approach all projects with caution.

Discovery tools help build a map of how your applications run and help identify crucial links and where things might need to be physically co-located next to each other.

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Our Server Migration Service

Movement of a Server entire operating systems, data and software over to a different operating platform, whether it’s to the cloud for backup or another operating system for more space. This can happen in 3 ways: physical to virtual, virtual to virtual, or virtual to physical.

Physical to Virtual 

Moving data, operating systems or application programmes from a computer’s hard disk to a virtual machine, the cloud or disk partition. This could be moving data from an on-site server to the cloud.

Virtual to Virtual 

Migrating operating systems, data or application programmes within the cloud or from one virtual machine to another. This could be moving data from a private to a public cloud or public to private.

Virtual to Physical 

The movement of data, operating systems or application programmes from a virtual machine, the cloud or disk partition to the computers main hard disk. This could be moving data from the cloud back to an on-site server.

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How enterprises approach it depends on the nature of their business. If it simply can’t tolerate any server downtime, it needs to safeguard operations with disaster recovery and backup initiatives. Enterprises could also set up a temporary private or hybrid cloud to keep critical processes running during the migration.

It is also essential for enterprises to question if they are licensed to move applications. There are vendors out there who have varying levels of restriction on their software, meaning enterprises looking to run their data through their systems might end up having to make far more extensive licensing agreements.


Where to migrate

Determine which types of applications and technologies suitable for migration to specific cloud services or traditional IT environments can span across hybrid platforms.

Application support

Some enterprise applications are not yet available or compatible with cloud platforms. On-premise mainframes servers for some processes such as high-speed transactions compared to complicated alternative cloud solution 

Remote locations

Some areas of businesses are located in areas where business-grade networking services are not available.

Regulatory compliance

Some businesses operate in countries that do not permit storing data abroad.