The number one reason they choose to move to the cloud is almost always when we speak to businesses is the agility and velocity with which they can move. You can spin thousands of servers in minutes with cloud computing as opposed to the typical 10 to 18 weeks it takes to spin up servers that are used on site.
The AWS Cloud provides more than 165 services-everything from compute, storage, and databases to continuous integration, data analytics, and artificial intelligence-at your fingertips. This implies that in seconds rather than months you can go from concept to execution.
There are many reasons to migrate customers to the cloud. Some migrate to the cloud to boost their workforce productivity. We also see many businesses moving to the cloud with a data center consolidation or rationalization initiatives, particularly those that are preparing for purchase, divestment, or otherwise have experienced infrastructure sprawl over the years.
Additionally, as part of a larger digital transformation program, there are companies looking to re-imagine their business completely using modern technology. And of course, organizations are always looking for ways to improve the bottom line by reducing their costs.
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