As we know, outdated facilities, M&A activity, or colocation often require companies to move IT equipment from one data centre to a new one.
The problem? Many migrations experience cost overruns and performance degradations. This is usually due to poor planning and the lack of dedicated teams and resources.
In fact, existing staff members often have little experience in planning, organising, and moving equipment from one data centre to another.
Schneider Electric – a global leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation – is offering our group this new Gartner report: “15 Best Practices for a Successful Data Centre Migration”. Here is the link: LINK
If you’re an IT or I&O leader, this report is relevant to you. It provides you with 15 best practices and strategies to a successful data centre migration.
You will gain insights into how to plan, manage and execute the data centre migration project, including how to:
● Design and execute a strong communication plan at all project phases;
● Develop risk mitigation and fallback plans, by using disaster recovery (DR) procedures for test runs; and
● Continuously document the process throughout the project, to develop “lessons learned” and reference materials for post-migration.
Please note, this report is complimentary to you. You can download the report here: LINK.