Every modern business relies on IT infrastructure for a range of reasons, from operations to creating and providing products and this infrastructure can often be costly. But did you know that cloud migration can help you to keep costs down? However, this must be carefully considered and meticulously planned to help you deliver your desired results.
By creating a business case before making the transition, you are creating an overall view of the technical and financial plan that needs to be in place to align with your businesses objectives, offering you and those around you a clear plan for the future.
Keep reading for our 4 key components that you need to include in your business case…
As you create the view of your plan, think about how the technical environment you’re using for your plan matches up to the financial data. Are the applications that you are currently running able to transition to the cloud?
Think about how much does it cost to run the current environment per day. How much does your organisation spend on servers in an average year? What are the costs for data centre operations i.e power and rental costs etc. When is the hardware due for an upgrade?
On-Premises Cost VS Costs for Public Cloud Migration
Make sure you include in your business case information one what the costs will be for keeping your Get IT infrastructure on premises vs what the costs will be to shift to the public cloud, accounting for the time and resources that this will take. Don’t forget to list the benefits of migrating to the public cloud.
Your business case should include the timeline it will take to migrate to the cloud and what the plan is post the shift.
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