Automatically maintain performance
more efficient IT infrastructure management vs on premises*
Pay only for what you need
average infrastructure cost savings vs on premises*
Release software with no stress
reduction in unplanned downtime*
Analyze the cost and benefits of migrating to the public cloud and determine what to migrate.
Select the type, configuration, and size of the servers that have to be migrated.
Plan the migration schedule and select servers to be migrated.
Migrate the servers.
Analyze the cost of your cloud infrastructure post migration.
Learn which goals can be achieved through AWS migration on the real example from our practice.
This was our second time working with this UK-based healthcare company. In 2020, we delivered automated referral and triage software for them. The software was primarily developed for the NHS, but private healthcare services use it as well.
Recently, the client has acquired a company with a patient engagement and management platform. After this acquisition, the team decided to migrate all of their workloads to the AWS infrastructure. That is when the client contacted TechMagic again, this time as an official AWS partner. Our certified AWS team completed the entire migration within five months.
And many more. So we advise you to partner up with a certified vendor with experience migrating servers to AWS first.
You can roughly divide it into three phases. First, you have to assess the readiness of your organization to work in the cloud. The most crucial thing at this point is to draft a business model for migration. In the next, mobilization phase, you draw up a migration plan that works with the business model and address the gaps identified in the previous phase. Only then, in the migration and modernization phase, can you start with the design, migration, and validation of each application.
The duration of the migration process differs from case to case, depending on factors like bandwidth, budget limitations, security issues, the type of cloud computing required, and whether your stack includes current or legacy technologies.
The main benefit of AWS migration is that you‘ll no longer need to take care of infrastructure; the cloud provider will manage it. Also, cloud services are less expensive than creating your own infrastructure, and the price of cloud computing continues to decline. With a cloud infrastructure, you pay only for the resources you use, substantially reducing your expenses. Two additional benefits of AWS, compared to local infrastructure, are improved data security and faster app deployment.