App Migration

Migrate Infrastructure & Workloads to Azure Cloud Platform
Leverage Azure Cloud to exploit abounding benefits of IaaS and PaaS. With Azure Cloud services at your disposal, you can smoothly Migrate & Manage Your IT infrastructure on cloud; Host customer applications, data and infrastructure with 24X7 availability; Get low-cost Identity, Backup and Network infrastructure Services; Enjoy Proactive Support and Maintenance from Azure.


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Microsoft Azure Experts at Dalwax work with enterprises in their Cloud Migration initiatives. Our Azure Migration Solutions help enterprises to seamlessly host their existing infrastructure on Azure Cloud making it more flexible and auto-scale as per demand.

Why Companies are Moving to the Cloud: Potential Benefits of Cloud Migration

There are many problems that moving to the cloud can solve.
Here are some typical scenarios that will benefit from cloud migration.

  • Your application is
    experiencing increased traffic and it’s becoming difficult to scale resources
    on the fly to meet the increasing demand.
  • You need to reduce
    operational costs while increasing the effectiveness of IT processes.
  • Your clients require fast
    application implementation and deployment and thus want to focus more on
    development while reducing infrastructure overhead.
  • Your clients want to expand
    their business geographically, but you suspect that setting up a multi-region
    infrastructure – with all the associated maintenance, time, human, and error
    control effort – is going to be a challenge.
  • It’s becoming more
    difficult and expensive to keep up with your growing storage needs.
  • You’d like to build a
    widely distributed development team. Cloud computing environments allow
    remotely located employees to access applications and work via the Internet.
  • You need to establish a
    disaster recovery system but setting it up for an entire data center could
    double the cost. It would also require a complex disaster recovery plan. Cloud
    disaster recovery systems can be implemented much more quickly and give you
    much better control over your resources.
  • Tracking and upgrading
    underlying server software is a time consuming, yet an essential process that
    requires periodic and sometimes immediate upgrades. In some cases, a cloud
    provider will take care of this automatically. Some cloud computing models
    similarly handle many administration tasks such as database backup, software
    upgrades, and periodic maintenance.
  • Capex to Opex: Cloud
    computing shifts IT expenditure to a pay-as-you-go model, which is an
    attractive benefit, especially for startups.

Why Companies are Moving to the Cloud: Potential Risks of Cloud Migration

  • While your specific
    environment will determine the risks that apply to you, there are some general
    drawbacks associated with cloud migrations that you will want to consider.
  • If your application stores
    and retrieves very sensitive data, you might not be able to maintain it in the
    cloud. Similarly, compliance requirements could also limit your choices.
  • If your existing setup is
    meeting your needs, doesn’t demand much maintenance, scaling, and availability,
    and your customers are all happy, why mess with it?
  • If some of the technology
    you currently rely on is proprietary, you may not be legally able to deploy it
    to the cloud.
  • Some operations might
    suffer from added latency when using cloud applications over the internet.
  • If your hardware is
    controlled by someone else, you might lose some transparency and control when
    debugging performance issues.
  • Noisy “neighbors” can
    occasionally make themselves “heard” through shared resources.
  • Your particular application
    design and architecture might not completely follow distributed cloud
    architectures, and therefore may require some amount of modification before
    moving them to the cloud
  • Cloud platform or vendor
    lock-in: Once in it might be difficult to leave or move between platforms.

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