Many of our prospective Managed Cloud customers are interested in migrating to the open cloud, but some could use a hand getting there. Our Rackspace Cloud Ready team was created to help save you time, and we have assisted many customers with migrations over the past several years.
As many developers and businesses begin looking at the cloud, one question that often comes up is, “What are the steps to migrate my on-premise application to the cloud?” After working on Rackspace’s Cloud Ready team for the past two years, I found that these tips can help you as you begin your journey to the cloud.
Navigating the intricacies of Windows Server 2012 on your own can be complex and can hamper your ability to take full advantage of its advanced capabilities and benefits. With a team of experienced Microsoft pros, access to unlimited scale and a strong relationship with Microsoft, Rackspace is uniquely positioned to partner with you to deploy or migrate your Windows environment to bring it to the next level. Learn more below about what Microsoft Windows Server 2012 on the Rackspace open cloud can do for you.
As you begin exploring the cloud and how it can help your business, you might be wondering, “So how do I migrate from my on premise Windows server over to the cloud?” There are actually many different ways that you can perform this migration that are similar to what you would do in migrating to another dedicated environment.
This blog is a guest post written and contributed by Greg O’Connor, CEO of AppZero, a Rackspace Cloud Tools Partner. AppZero offers a migration function, which extracts applications from production environments and packages them for movement to the cloud without re-engineering, change, or lock-in