There are many factors to consider when it comes to how fast your systems recover from a backup. Are you recovering from incremental, differential, or full backups? Backup schemas such as these can affect your recovery times. Then there is recovery from on prem or the cloud, the size of your databases, hard drives, files, etc. and bandwidth. The 3-2-1 rule is the gold standard for backups but at the end of the day, it’s bandwidth and network capacity that have a big impact on your recovery times. During a DR event when data must be recovered, bandwidth and network capacity need to be your friend, and many times, they can slow you down.
Cloud migration is the process of a business moving some, or all of its data to the cloud. Moving data to the cloud offers many benefits such as cost savings, flexibility, increased security, and scalability. However, the process of moving data from on-site infrastructure to the cloud is a complex process and comes with risks. Below are 6 common migration errors and how Net3 Technology can assist SMB's to successfully and seamlessly move to the cloud.
We have finally arrived to where we have been working towards. The Apples to Oranges conversation around pricing models that so many of us discuss but hardly know the honest advantage one can give over the other when we get down to the brass tacks of your unique environment. To date, we have given you the resources to determine your current technical requirements and the questions to ask in order to determine your application’s business value. (If you have no idea of what we are talking about, read our latest and greatest blogs at Net3 Blog) We have done all of this so you can have a detailed execution plan for your compute resources moving forward.* With this groundwork laid out it is now time to compare pricing for the Cloud vs. On Prem.
Finding Your Current Cost and the Pitfalls that Inhibit you from finding It
Moving to the cloud is all we hear these days and Sales Reps love to throw “cost savings” to the Powers That Be in order for cloud migration to happen. In the ever fast paced IT world, decisions have to keep up with this pace and it’s difficult at times to really know (and calculate) the impact a decision makes on your cost savings. Migration to the cloud is one of those decisions.