According to Pluralsight’s recent State of Cloud report, 75% of IT organizations are building net-new applications and innovations in the cloud. That means 25% of their applications undergo lift-and-shift migration.
There’s a debate about the disconnect when it’s time to execute cloud migrations. Lifting and shifting application workloads is known to limit the benefits of being on a cloud platform in the first place. The shifted applications do not take advantage of cloud-born features such as serverless or cloud-native features such as Kubernetes and containers.
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