How to migrate
to the Cloud
And how do you guarantee the success of the migration?
Follow the 4-step guide:
1 - Define your goals
The Cloud is not an objective in itself, but a means ... for what objectives? Improve security? Reduce the risk of downtime? Better to cope with peak loads? Vary the capacity dynamically? Reduce your operational costs?
Define and quantify the final gain to be obtained. Then trust the team to find the best way to get there.
2 - Build the ideal team early
The complexity and requirements of a Cloud project mean that technical competence alone is not enough.
You have to combine several skills and then get them to work together effectively.
This role carries, defines and transmits the vision of the project. He is responsible for the value created. It sets priorities and measures progress.
Facilitator or Scrum Master
This role organizes and enforces an agile process. It protects the team to ensure its efficiency and speed.
SysOps / DevOps
They define and develop as a self-organized team the architecture, interface and functionalities of Cloud hosting. They must guarantee its quality, security and scalability.
Anyone using the services deployed or affected by them. She tests it, gives her feedback and indicates her wishes.
This role is too often overlooked, involve it and consult it often!
3 - Add the right ingredients
4 - Let the potion act
The success of your projects is rooted in practices, values, culture, management, versatility. These ingredients form the unique personality of Anybox, which has taken over 10 years to build. You can save valuable time by booking your
team early take advantage of these benefits
You will be able :
Easily deploy new services, generate new revenue
Recover budget for your innovations
Benefit from the scalable side of the Cloud
Automate your digital infrastructure
Offer more services and value for your ecosystem