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Cloud Storage is a great asset to any modern data management strategy due to its infinite capacity, high availability and managed characteristics. The standard direction for data today is to migrate from on-prem to cloud. But reverse cloud and cloud-to-cloud are rapidly gaining traction.
Below are the three typical Cloud Migration Use Cases that organizations need to consider to protect their large data sets:
Local or on-prem to cloud migration is performed to transfer data workflow management and to reduce infrastructure costs. Low multi-tier storages are available at low costs even for very large volumes of data. The crucial challenge is to have a centralized tool for managing data sets which often have several target storages such as object, tape, disk, cloud.
Reverse Cloud Migration can be necessary to access data for compute purposes or on-site modifications (HPC or M&E environments for example). Cost can also be a factor if cloud storage and egress charges are too high.
Although the public cloud is here to stay, the need for on-prem storage remains ever-present; regulatory issues, data governance, economic factors combine to make on-prem necessary for partial or even complete data set storages.
C2C (Cloud to Cloud) migrations are becoming increasingly frequent. The reasons for switching to a new cloud can be numerous: storage and egress costs, cloud provider localization, data management efficiency or a need for different services. There should now be no reason to remain with a cloud provider if a change will benefit your business and your workflows.
Migrating data between clouds can offer many benefits: lower operating costs, greater elasticity and greater flexibility. When migrating to the cloud, you need to consider both the app and its data. Data migrations between clouds require careful planning and execution, as the volumes of data can be large.