Migrate to AWS Cloud

You can achieve your goals, improve your productivity, business agility, and operational resilience while reducing your infrastructure costs dramatically by migrating your workloads to AWS.

In the Assess Phase, our Solutions Architects will review your current environment with your guidance to identify and evaluate strengths, opportunities for improvement, and business benefits. While performing review activities, a TCO model will be built as well.
In the Mobilize Phase, a Migration Plan and business case will be developed. Your teams will gain experience by migrating some pilot workloads to AWS in this phase.
Migrate and Modernize
In the Migration Phase, your data and workloads’ actual migration will start with the Migration Plan developed during Mobilize Phase. While migrating workloads, optimization and modernization of your cloud environment and applications will be performed as well.

Migrate to AWS Cloud

Cloud Migration is becoming more mandatory for companies that want to scale their environments faster and go global within minutes.  

Kloia is an AWS Advanced Partner and can help migrate your workloads to AWS by following the best architectural practices in AWS Well-Architected Framework and AWS Cloud Adoption Framework.


Migration Strategy

There are seven migration patterns to choose from when developing a stateful migration plan. Those patterns are, as known as seven Rs of migration.


  • Refactor / Re-architect While migrating the application to the cloud, modify its architecture to benefit from cloud-native features to improve performance, agility, and scalability.
  • Replatform Introduce some level of optimization to benefit from cloud capabilities.
  • RepurchaseSwitch to a newer and different product.
  • Rehost (Lift&Shift)Migrate a workload to the cloud without making any changes.
  • RelocateHypervisor level lift and shift, for example, VMware Cloud on AWS.
  • RetainKeep applications in the current environment that require major refactoring or have regulation restrictions and postpone migration until later.
  • RetireRemove some applications or workloads that are no longer needed.

Possible Roadmap for Migration Projects

Assess Phase: One to five weeks, depending on your current environment and infrastructure.

Mobilize Phase: Four to eight weeks to build a detailed business case and gain experience on AWS by migrating some test workloads.

Migrate and Modernize Phase: One to five months with infrastructure preparation, migration, tests, and cutover steps after migration completion, modernization and optimization steps will take place.

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