Migrating Legacy applications to Cloud Computing

If an application is in line for a renewal, why settle down for just a modernization by means of an incremental hardware upgrade or innovative GUI? As an alternative, why not go all the way and migrate the application on a contemporary cloud platform that provides scalable performance, flexibility and agility—in addition to an operational expenditure (opex) instead of capital expenditure (capex) model?

It is very important to analyze the distinctive requirements of the pre-cloud workloads when considering the migration of legacy applications to the cloud. A lot of enterprises get on to cloud migrations to attain greater application performance, ROI and scalability. Nonetheless migrating applications to the cloud is a complicated process that calls for meticulous planning and consideration. To neutralize a recurrently uncomfortable path, enterprises need to create a well-planned migration model. Etisbew's enterprise-class structure, migration strategies and services abridge the migration of a legacy application portfolio to a private or virtual-private cloud.

Etisbew is well-matched to support cloud migration projects due to our

  • Broad Application Support: Etisbew's Enterprise Class Cloud supports legacy as well as web-scale applications. No need to re-write applications before migration. It doesn't call for an application re-write ahead of migration.
  • Full Suite of Professional Services: Etisbew offers a broad range of cloud strategies and implementation services. We offer comprehensive solutions in choosing a cloud strategy, streamlining migration and speeding up adoption.
  • External / internal dependencies: Our expert team of professionals corroborate if there are any external application dependencies and need for evaluation and if they can be easily accessible or not after moving the applications to cloud
  • Application integration – Verify whether that particular application is integrated with other on-premise/Legacy applications and shared services.

Database compatibility – Examine whether the current database is suitable enough to migrate to cloud.