Cloud Enablement

Cloud enablement refers to the process of preparing an organization’s infrastructure, applications, and processes to take advantage of cloud computing services. This may involve modernizing existing applications, re-architecting systems to take advantage of cloud-native technologies, or developing new cloud-based applications.

Assessing the organization’s current IT environment, including applications, infrastructure, and data.

Identifying the applications and workloads that can be migrated to the cloud.

Evaluating the different cloud deployment models (public, private, hybrid) and choosing the most suitable option for the organization.

Developing a migration plan that outlines the steps needed to move applications and data to the cloud.

Redesigning applications and infrastructure to take advantage of cloud capabilities, such as auto-scaling and elasticity.

Implementing cloud security measures to ensure the organization’s data is protected.

Training employees on how to use cloud-based systems and applications.

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