Azure App Migration
Silicus Azure App Migration services, often a lift-and-shift of application workloads to Cloud IaaS (re-hosting), requires minimal changes, but may not deliver all possible cloud benefits. Cloud benefits can be gained by re-platforming and porting some of the application components to cloud PaaS.
Our Azure application migration services (usually in conjunction with our Datacenter Cloud Migration Services) are delivered leveraging Silicus’ Azure Application Transformation Program, a collection of ready-to-use blueprints, architectural best practices, and delivery processes for guided delivery, to ensure enterprises achieve risk free and quick success in their cloud transformation journey. We bring a diverse array of skill sets – Software & DevOps, IT infrastructure and Cloud Managed Services to our cloud migration service offerings.
We help businesses re-host and migrate their existing legacy or monolithic applications to Azure IaaS, realizing immediate operational cost savings while taking the first steps towards full-fledged cloud transformation.
We leverage best-in-class automation tools and pre-defined templates to seamlessly migrate data and applications to the new environment.
- Lift and shift Migrations (Re-Hosting)
- Re-platforming & Re-Hosting
Re-Platforming & Re-Hosting
We re-platform selected application components to Azure PaaS platform, and enable the PaaS benefits of performance, scalability, security and low-cost maintenance.
We make minimal changes to the application configuration without changing its core architecture or code base e.g. we can help migrate an existing on-premise database to a DBaaS service in the cloud.
Although an Azure application migration approach is less complex than a modernization approach, both approaches require implementing a robust core deployment architecture for security, network connectivity, and governance. On completion of an assessment & planning phase, we approach Azure app migrations incrementally, first deploying the core deployment architecture, followed by a pilot application migration and subsequently completing the migration of remaining application workloads.