SaaS applications work nicely on local appliances (on-premises). However, if you’re running your SaaS on legacy hardware, you’re bound to run into a couple of challenges. And since you’re keeping it to your on-premises infrastructure, you can’t tap into the features or capabilities of cloud computing. That’s a big disadvantage. So, your go to solution? Migrate SaaS to cloud. Easier said than done though, isn’t it?
In this blog post, I take a closer look at:
- Three reasons why you might want to migrate your SaaS to the cloud
- Three challenges when migrating your SaaS to the cloud
- Three ways to migrate your SaaS to the cloud
Yes, we’re keeping it brief by sticking it to the rule of three.
#1 – Overcome legacy infrastructure limitations
One of the most common reasons why organizations move their SaaS workloads to the cloud is legacy infrastructure limitations. These include challenges such as: