Cloud Adoption

Key Challenges

One of the main challenges that companies face today is migrating their traditional services to the cloud.

These legacy systems were designed and built with very different criteria than they are today. The increasingly complex maintenance, evolution and requirements can impede business development.


In recent years, cloud service providers have witnessed exponential growth in the number of solutions and products they offer. Their strategy has been to commodify and offer internally-developed solutions, allowing them to become market leaders.


Their data center infrastructure management solutions, which involve the installations, energy and security, are transparent to clients. When it comes to security, they are responsible for practically all the requirements except for the application layer.

SNGULAR consults its clients on the best way to manage and adopt cloud services for each project. This often implies changing and redesigning processes, which allows them to offer what was previously impossible with traditional models.

Cloud advantages

  • Serverless

    Many of the services and/or solutions that can be implemented in the cloud can be designed and implemented with architectures that, unlike the traditional ones, don’t need any dedicated servers. The cloud opens the door to new ways of solving problems and implementing solutions.

  • Ephemeral architecture and resources

    In the traditional “on-premises” world, provisioning and managing resources can be a time-consuming and expensive process. In the cloud world, provisioning new services or upgrading hardware is practically instantaneous.

  • Per-second billing

    Pay for what you consume, accurate to fractions of a second.

  • Hybrid systems that include both on-premises and cloud

    It is possible to use both systems at once.

Benefits of this technology

Traditional bottlenecks and blockages disappear.

Time-to-market is reduced, their deployments can be more frequent and automated, security is improved from the very beginning, etc.

The second phase of adoption tends to be more directed toward reengineering critical applications. This can be done through a more conservative approach of updating technology or a more advanced approach, where a cloud-native solution is designed and implemented. This second approach is able to extract the most value from the cloud.


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