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Migrating Operational Databases to the Cloud

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What You'll Learn

The next wave of the steady adoption of cloud services is well underway: operational data.Unlike the first wave of simple application data, or the mass migration of historical data warehouses, operational data represents both the greatest potential benefit and risk in data migration. This eBook explores the advantages of moving operational databases to the cloud, and how to construct the right plan to lead a successful migration.
Benefits and Challenges of Migrating to the Cloud
Understanding the scope of potential benefits and inherent risks in shifting operational data to the cloud
Planning your Migration Journey
Discover three steps to help your company navigate the transition successfully
Commonly Used Migration Strategies
Comparing and planning for “Lift-and-shift”, “Lift-tinker-and-shift”, and App Modernization efforts
How to Choose the Right Cloud Database
Considerations for selecting the right database to support current and emerging requirements

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