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Putting the cloud to work can mean migrating existing applications into the cloud, a process that requires careful planning and evaluation. This handbook considers best practices for the migration of applications to be sure that an organization can take advantage of the benefits of the cloud without undermining server and application performance. What are the best ways to determine which applications can and should make the move? How should applications be prepared for migration? And what are the security and hardware considerations involved in taking applications designed to run on-premises and putting them in the cloud? This discussion also will address legacy apps and when it might make sense to rebuild or replace such highly customized applications rather than move them.  Access >>>

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  • Deploying your applications to the cloud
  • How legacy apps affect ROI
  • Gauging cloud app performance

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