even if they are in the future.
Migrations can involve updating hardware or software packages, ensuring the system is working as well as possible, or putting a whole new system in place to replace the old system. Here at Velez, we can perform migrations on a large or small scale. Migrations can be required for multiple reasons, for example if there is a problem with your database, or you’d like to move to a collocation. We use the software Azure Service Bus or SnapLogic for our migrations, to ensure your security, privacy, interoperability, data integrity and business continuity is a priority.
Application Migration is the process of moving an application programme or software to another environment, for example moving data or software from a server to the cloud, or from a public to private cloud environment, for example from an on- premises enterprise to a cloud providers location. A middleware product may be needed to provide a link between the two applications, allowing data to be passed across securely.
The cloud is a safe, efficient, cost-effective and reliable online storage space for your data. This can be from an onsite server to the cloud, or from one place in the cloud to another. A cloud integration tool may be used, which is used in cloud computing to allow integration of lots of data across the cloud at once, for example Azure Service Bus and SnapLogic. Cloud to cloud migration can be difficult as it is managed by external organisations which can be in many different locations. This means more measures- such as security, privacy, interoperability, data integrity– are taken.
Software migration is moving the software and programmes that your company uses to operate its devices and computers over to a new operating system that’s upgraded to store it all. This ensures your software is safe and in a location that is updated, meaning it won’t crash and the software isn’t at risk of being lost, meaning the data is safe.
This is the movement of a computer’s entire operating systems, data and software over to a different operating platform, whether it’s to the cloud for backup or to a different operating system for more space. This can happen in 3 ways: physical to virtual, virtual to virtual, or virtual to physical.