Data Center Migration Readiness Self Assessment Tool
Answer the below questions to assess how ready your company is for a data center migration.
Which of the following best describes your existing data solution?
What is your biggest challenge with your existing data solutions?
Is your company’s leadership team exploring solutions to meet the challenges of your existing data solutions?
Have you evaluated what your network and application needs will look like in 5 years?
Have you assessed your space, power, and cooling needs for your ideal data solution?
Have you established a budget for a data center migration (i.e. may include startup, technical, and/or business costs)?
Do you have an internal migration team in place that will help manage the project (i.e. team leads from each department, overall project manager, etc.)?
Have you inventoried which equipment will need to be migrated?
How much of your data needs to be replicated prior to a migration?
What are your internet connectivity needs?
What are your cloud connectivity needs?
How are you planning to physically relocate your equipment?
Please answer all questions before proceeding
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It looks like you have a good understanding of what a data center migration entails. But now it’s time to start working out the details so that your migration can be a success when the time comes. To help further you along, we recommend utilizing the below resources.
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