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Can you tell me why migration to the cloud is profitable?

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  • November 24, 2021 at 12:49 am #220749

    Can you tell me why migration to the cloud is profitable? What should I pay attention to when optimizing the company’s budget? What expenses can be safely cut without compromising the performance of the system?

  • November 26, 2021 at 2:36 am #220833

    Migration to the cloud is a method of reducing dependence on hardware and on-premises. Plus, it is also a way to reduce the costs of hardware administration and other related processes.
    In addition to the costs directly for the equipment and its modernization, we must not forget about the associated costs: utility and rental payments, as well as the costs associated with finding a suitable site for server capacity. In addition, customers are faced with the fact that the available options do not meet all the requirements for the placement of computing equipment.
    To reduce costs in all the right places, depending on the specifics of the project, you need to study it comprehensively and identify the most profitable financial ways. Are you still using a cumbersome proprietary or outdated system that is slowly but gradually running out of space and performance resources? Timely scaling along with cost optimization https://itoutposts.com/infrastructure-and-architecture-design/ can be done by migrating the system to a cloud environment. This will help to increase the system’s capacity and optimize resource consumption, significantly reducing costs.

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