Best practices for migrating data to the cloud

Enterprises that are embracing a cloud deployment need cost-effective and practical ways to migrate their corporate data into the cloud. This is sometimes referred to as “hydrating the cloud.” Given the challenge of moving massive enterprise data sets anywhere non-disruptively and accurately, the task can be a lengthy, complicated, and risky process.

Not every organization has enough dedicated bandwidth to transfer multi-petabytes without causing performance degradation to the core business, or spare hardware to migrate to the cloud. In some cases, those organizations in a physically isolated location, or without cost-effective high-speed Internet connections, face an impediment to getting onto a target cloud. Data must be secured, backed-up, and in the case of production environments, migrated at global enterprise scale without missing a beat.

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