According to Gartner
, 1 minute of business downtime costs around $5,500. Cloud migration processes might take hours, days, and sometimes months, which can cost you crazy amounts of money. That is why companies are afraid to make such an expensive decision like cloud infrastructure migration.
No one wants their business to fall behind, right? That is why many CIOs tend to opt for outdated, expensive, and time-consuming decisions like expanding the on-premise infrastructure and purchasing expensive technical equipment for data storage.
Others seem to want to move their corporate data to the cloud, but, at the same time, they want to reduce downtime as much as possible. Is there something they can do to achieve this? Or is the only option to wait for some holiday to say goodbye to challenges in cloud computing?