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Maintenance of the Cloud

An organization moves to a cloud platform to reduce the workload and increase efficiency. It increases productivity and improves communication within organizations. Controlled cost, scalability, data insight, reduced risk are some of its benefits. You need to know the crucial aspects of cloud maintenance. Cloud maintenance includes monitoring business processes, timely-delivered data, data pipelines, data accuracy, quality assurance, data quality, and costs. To enhance the effectiveness of cloud computing, here are the cloud maintenance requirements.

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1.     Governance, Risk, and Compliance (GRC) Evolution

You should have a comprehensive approach towards data governance, compliance, and risk management for cloud maintenance.

  • Start with getting a complete picture of the cloud deployment processes to establish a well-defined policy for deployment, management, and proper running of cloud applications. It will help you with solid data management controls.

  • Ensure that you are true to the governance plan for cloud assets, cloud services, business objectives, business processes, and policies.

  • A business may move on the cloud with different service providers. It is necessary to provide insights into what’s being done by other providers to each IT security team.

2.     Automation

Automate the management of your cloud environments. It reduces cloud management errors and improves reliability and efficiency by automating all the repetitive and time-consuming cloud management tasks. Automation simplifies cloud management.

3.     Cloud Usage and Total Cost of Ownership

A cloud service model is based on the "Pay-As-You-Go" rate. You need to pay attention to the limits and constraints associated with it to not end up with the mismanaged total cost of ownership and as a result, drop out of the cloud.

Whatever rates a cloud provider imposes for the storage, traffic, etc., these rates arrive at your Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). Evaluate your requirements accurately. So that you can reduce the cost by considering seasonal needs. Estimate your TCO to optimize more efficiencies .

4.     Develop and Implement a Risk Mitigation Plan

Your cloud management strategy should include a risk mitigation plan so that you can handle issues like unseen disaster strikes. For this, you need to identify the threats associated with cloud platforms and your data. Make sure your employees are trained to deal with such threatening issues efficiently.

5.     Reports and alerts

Visualization applications are helpful in cloud maintenance. You can create custom dashboards using these apps. You can easily detect errors and get alerts over-consumption. Besides, you can create reports that can be used to forecast resource usage and its costs.

Thus, adhere to cloud maintenance practices and make it simpler with a clear strategy and roadmap. Engage with the right team to experience easy and effective cloud management. Team Stonebridge will assist you in every aspect of cloud migration.

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