What Is Workload Migration?

January 30, 2023

Workload migration is the act of moving a program or service from one infrastructure to another. A typical example is cloud migration from on-premises infrastructures to cloud environments. Enterprises migrate workloads to improve business aspects like scalability, security, or cost reduction.

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