Data Center Planning, Review & Migration
Reach the cloud and beyond with Crafsol’s Data Center Migration Service
Crafsol steps-in when organizations inevitably reach a point when their present data solutions can no longer meet their requirements. Increasing capacity to launch a new application or gaining access to a greater variety of connection choices are two common reasons for enterprises to contemplate data centre migration into a new environment. If your company has reached this point, you’ll need to revise your data centre business strategy to accommodate the relocation.
The old data centre infrastructure on which most organizations now rely is inefficient and insufficient. It lacks the processing power required to handle and store large amounts of data. Your vital IT network infrastructure should help your corporation, rather than stifle its growth or capacity to innovate. To expand into new territory, obtain a competitive edge, or just remain in the business, We provide your firm with a cloud infrastructure that amplifies and safeguards the data it collects. The success of your data centre transfer enables your firm to boost productivity, efficiency, and agility.
By shifting your expanding workloads to a contemporary platform, you can:
Traditional on-premises physical servers have given way to virtual networks that enable applications and workloads across pools of physical infrastructure and into a multicloud environment. Data exists in various data centres, at the edge, and in public and private clouds. When apps are hosted in the cloud, they make use of the cloud provider’s data centre resources.
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Data Centre Migration Planning & Strategy Development
Evaluation of the Current Data Center
We collaborate with the data centre team of a company to comprehend and record the whole data centre footprint. Understanding the existing hardware mapping, software applications, storage layers (databases, file shares), operating systems, networking configurations, security requirements, operational models (release cadence, how to deploy, escalation management, system maintenance, patching, virtualization, and so on), licencing and compliance requirements, and other relevant assets are all part of this.
The second phase is creating a migration strategy. Planning leverages the assets and deliverables gathered in the Discovery phase to create migration waves—logical groupings of resources—to be sequentially deployed into production and non-production environments. As a rule of thumb, it’s best to target non-production migration waves first, identifying the sequence of waves to migrate first.
Creating a Migration Strategy
Executing Infrastructural Migration Effortlessly
The important apps and components are moved in accordance with the approach developed during the strategy and evaluation phase. The consistency of the data is checked, and tests are done to verify the data, applications, and network setups. These tests aid in assessing and forecasting the estimated time required for the migration process. The migration procedure comes to an end after the work is completed.