Since the digital transition of conventional enterprises has become a global trend, many clients are hoping to migrate their legacy systems to the cloud. Previously, the supply-driven approach was primarily taken by CSPs who were first-runners, but today, in order to reduce the transition risks, clients have to take the demand-driven approach, taking into account what drives cloud migration. Let's look at how to move to the cloud based on a technology acceptance model, which can analyze what drives or hinders the utilization of a solution when clients adopt a new management information system (MIS).
Due to the progress in cloud technology, many companies are currently in the process of moving their existing legacy systems to cloud-based platforms. The advancement in container technology has accelerated the procedures involved in developing and deploying applications, making it accessible even to individuals without a specialized background. We will look at cases of application modernization that leverage container technology
A Content Delivery Network (CDN) is a solution that brings your content to users’ devices on the Internet quickly, such as PCs and mobile devices. It is used in various fields, such as web services, OTT, and games. In particular, as COVID-19 and the metaverse are getting more attention, it is increasingly used in a variety of Internet-based services. We will look at the growing importance of CDNs for faster and more reliable service delivery.