Workload Repatriation — An Integral Part of Cloud Migration Journeys

Workload Repatriation — An Integral Part of Cloud Migration Journeys

This IDC Perspective discusses workload repatriation patterns and provides recommendations for approaching workload repatriation as part of uber digital transformations. As enterprise adoption of public cloud adoption is increasing, enterprise organizations are also repatriating workloads back to on-premises-based infrastructure to find optimal deployment locations for the workloads."Modern infrastructure paradigms provide enterprises an incredible opportunity to improve their operational efficiency by adopting cloud-based infrastructure and cloud-native design practices," said Sriram Subramanian, research director, Infrastructure System, Platforms, and Technologies Group at IDC. "IDC views workload repatriation as an integral part of the larger cloud migration journey toward digital transformations. This document provides enterprise IT users with prescriptive guidelines for approaching workload repatriation as part of a larger cloud migration journey."

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Executive Snapshot
Situation Overview
Workload Repatriation Overview
Primary Drivers for Workload Repatriation
IT Resource Consolidation
Better TCO
Data Security
Key Workloads Being Repatriated
Best Practices for Workload Repatriation
Speed
Sensitivity
Size
State of Dynamic Equilibrium
Impact of COVID-19
Advice for the Technology Buyer
Take a Workload-Centric Approach
Be Flexible About Workload Placement
Leverage the Right Partnerships
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