A single point of control.

Centralized management for all your cloud resources.

Kiimkern cloud migration platform enables you to provision, monitor, and manage all your resources—across multiple accounts and regions—from a single pane of glass.

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Every organization is unique. So is every cloud journey. Our end-to-end framework helps you define and implement a digital transformation strategy that’s right for you—one that enables you to do more with less, eliminate risk, increase agility and accelerate time to market.

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We seamlessly integrate with a variety of ecosystem partners and platforms to enable greater flexibility and speed to results.

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Frequently asked questions

General Questions

1. Rehost: Also known as “lift and shift,” this type of migration is the simplest and most common. It involves moving an application or workload to a cloud environment without making any changes to the code or architecture.

2. Refactor: This type of migration is similar to rehosting, but also involves making changes to the application or workload to take advantage of cloud-native features and services.

3. Revise: Also known as “repackaging,” this type of migration involves changing the way an application or workload is packaged and deployed. For example, it might involve containerizing a monolithic application.

4. Rebuild: This type of migration involves rewriting an application or workload from scratch to be natively cloud-based.

5. Replace: This type of migration involves replacing an on-premises application or workload with a cloud-based equivalent. For example, you might replace an on-premises database with a cloud-based database service.

Migrating to the cloud can present a number of challenges, including the following:

  • Not having a clear strategy can lead to problems down the line
  • Failing to account for dependencies can lead to disruptions during the migration process
  • Lack of expertise can make it difficult to properly assess risks and potential issues
  • Not all workloads are suited for the cloud, so it’s important to carefully consider which ones will be migrated