It means shifting your previous infrastructure into cloud computing, which involves Infrastructure as a service (IaaS). This option fits every organisation, even if you’re unfamiliar with the concept.
This means modifying your system a little bit to make it compatible with cloud infrastructure. It involves Platform as a service (Paas). The core, however, remains unaltered with a little bit of tinkering to make it adjustable.
Next comes revising the old strategies. This requires quintessential changes to your system, that involve coding suitable for the cloud. It takes place to ensure that the system can fully utilise cloud infrastructure.
Fourth comes rebuilding upon the revised approach that eliminates junk and replaces it with new technologies. This step is completely based on the company’s need to rebuild the new elements in their cloud infrastructure as per requirement.
The last option is to replace your current solution with one that is tailored to your business needs. You don't have to redevelop the native application from scratch. Instead, companies can enlist support of the prebuilt third-party application, where migration plays the biggest role.
Companies can save huge chunks in resources, maintenance, and real estate. Moreover, you only have to pay for resources that you use.
It also gives you an opportunity to alter and enhance the resources at any time as you see fit.
You also get a build security feature and specialised cloud security tools to protect your data at every level.
You also get a chance to manage and monitor cloud resources from a single screen with the help of a central management tool.