Workload Automation Migration: Lift and Shift vs Lift and Transform

Are you dreading the process of migrating legacy workload automation tools to a modern platform because you need to keep the lights on? We understand that the prospect of disrupting daily, mission-critical processes is daunting, especially if your tools and processes have been in place for a long time. Is it really possible to migrate out of legacy systems with minimal disruption to existing processes?

“IT teams spend on average 71% of the time keeping the lights on.”— Mulesoft, 2021 Connectivity benchmark report

In this 30-minute webinar, you will learn what it takes to lift and transform your workload automation. At Redwood, we always recommend a lift and transform migration model rather than a lift and shift model. With lift and shift, you are merely brining old process into a new tool. With lift and transform, you are reimagining your processes from the ground up in order to take full advantage of modernization. We’ll show you:

  • How to develop a plan to migrate workload automation to a modern system
  • What to know and what to ask before you migrate
  • A recommended model for workload automation migration
  • Best practices for minimizing the risk of workload automation migration
  • How to improve legacy processes with modernization

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