Unforeseen outages make entrepreneurs painfully aware of the preeminence of disaster recovery (DR) planning. However, anticipating a data center outage is not just about an effective DR strategy, it is more about lessening the business impact.
When migrating any workload to a new environment, whether it be another datacenter, or to a public cloud like Microsoft Azure, a clear set of goals for migration should be in mind. Note that there are both technology-focused and business-focused goals that motivate potential migrations, but any such effort should result in direct benefits to the organization’s business. Some example goals that cause workload owners to consider migrations include:
As the managed services provider market matures, CIOs should resist the urge to go with the lowest-cost provider in favor of partners that understand your business and can help you achieve strategic goals.
Managed Service Providers (or MSPs) are often recommended as a cost-effective IT solution for small and medium sized businesses. MSPs provide a reasonably priced solution to the complex technology pains of businesses. Here’s a look at some of the benefits of a managed service provider:
Reading other people’s work is a great way to see how other developers use different frameworks and tools. These resources are not hard to come by, as many dev gurus compete against each other by uploading tutorials on Youtube and getting them extra likes from The Marketing Heaven. Watching those vids in one of the best ways to keep up to date with new technologies and trends.