The process of moving a company’s data and apps, as well as any other relevant resources to the cloud, or cloud migration, is gradually garnering more and more attention now. It is because organizations around the world, big or small, have a wealth of data that they now understand can make a world of difference in how they operate and grow. However, to do that efficiently, businesses must move all their data into the cloud. But based on the company’s requirements, some don’t always choose to move everything to the cloud, leaving a handful of apps on-premises. The point is, it’s a complicated endeavor, and to help you out with it, we put together a quick guide to cloud data migration.

Cloud migration benefits
  • With the cloud, companies don’t have to pay a blanket charge; instead, they are required to pay only based on what they use.
  • Moving to the cloud also translates into the ability to embrace and adopt modern technologies at a considerably faster pace. And this accelerated pace doesn’t burn a hole in the pocket either — it is affordable and ensures speed in the adoption of all forms of unique resources and technologies.
  • Being on the cloud means companies gain freedom from the restrictions posed by physical infrastructure in the context of scalability. To cut a long story short, it takes away the financial burden of scaling operations.

Cloud migration: Factors to consider
  • Make sure that all your data is not only available but also updated when you undertake the endeavor to migrate your company’s data to the cloud. And don’t forget to assess both the database and the pipeline's performance, especially in the context of pre-determined production workload.
  • It is of vital importance to take the time to, first, determine precisely what data can be legally shared and what can’t. Then, take the time to ensure that no personally identifiable data in possession of your organization falls in the hands of non-authorized people.

Cloud migration: Tips for a robust strategy
  • Identify precisely which workloads will remain on-premises and which ones will be moved to the cloud. Once it gets completed, determine new apps and functionalities that you will add to the cloud, if at all.
  • Ensure that your cloud data migration strategy encompasses and answers at least the following factors: type of cloud, budget; security; and risk evaluations.
  • Instead of taking an ‘all-at-once’ strategy, experts recommend adopting a step-by-step approach. It will ensure that the people charged with the responsibility of migration have the space to make any adjustments to the plan or other relevant factors if they find it necessary.

We’ll wrap this up with advice: Don’t forget to leverage the data migration process for data transformation, in case the company needs it. Say, you need to fortify your data or, perhaps, clean it up — the migration process is just the time to do it. And if you find yourself needing assistance with things like migration of data using Talend, you can always get in touch with a trusted service provider in the market.
DorothyBrown 11 december 2019, 11:12

According to our rough estimate, based on 20 years of practice, earthwork can "lose" up to 50-60% of the budget. On reinforced concrete and finishing is exactly 30%. On the errors of re-registration in collisions, the cost of engineering increases by approximately 10%. It is for this simple reason, when the "evil customer" implements the BIM-model of the building, wild cries and groans begin on all sides.

BIM-control will now be on all state orders on a new standard, so the cries and groans will be especially epic.

Here I see the trace of all systems, I can get an accurate estimate for each node: and when I move or add an object I will receive updates in all project and working documents at once.

What is a BIM model? This is a three-dimensional model of a building where all systems are docked and tied together in one single plan. We put an outlet in the room - in the general estimate there was a new outlet and the corresponding cable meter. The error of this model is 2%. On paper, usually take a stock of 15%, and the surplus of this stock is desperately "lost."

Let's show you better examples than I will tell.
MeLavi 9 october 2017, 8:45

Hello folks!

A task of handling hashtags has arisen in the context of data analysis from Twitter. It was needed to take hashtag and split it into separate words. The task seemed primitive, but it turned out, I underestimated it. I had to try several algorithms until I found that.

This article could be considered as a kind of chronology of completing the task with the analysis of the advantages and disadvantages of each used algorithms. So if you are interested in this topic, please make yourself comfortable here.

It should be noted that the task of breaking large text without spaces is very common in NLP. Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) is an approach to communication, personal development, and psychotherapy created in the 1970s. The title refers to a stated connection between the neurological processes "neuro", language "linguistic" and behavioral patterns that have been learned through experience "programming" and can be organized to achieve specific goals in life.
xially 26 april 2012, 11:36


A few days ago, the USA announced the withdrawal of troops from Iraq. They did not leave empty-handed and took the biometric data of three million Iraqi civilians (it is approximately 10% of the population). For several years, U.S. Marines carried handheld portable optical scanners, which allow quickly collecting the irises and fingerprints from any passer-by in the field.
xially 22 december 2011, 13:58