Migrating to Pega Cloud Services

This content applies only to Cloud environments.

Why migrate to Pega Cloud Services?

Pega clients each define “digital transformation” with their own set of criteria and business needs. To help them achieve their goals, Pega believes that the path to transformation of their business software involves a customized migration of their systems to a mix of services that are executed in public and private clouds. Our approach allows your Pega application(s) to be built based on the management of your cloud infrastructure.

Because of our experience managing a large cloud infrastructure for our clients, Pega understands better than most clients the numerous and even hidden costs of operating a cloud infrastructure: numerous compliance requirements, for your country and across borders, requiring annual audits (and the accompanying fees); security requirements for both your infrastructure and your customers’ data, with the possibilities of data breaches and privacy fines. The list goes on.

You may not want to spend the time and resources to manage the orchestration and operation functions that your mix of applications and clouds require in order to maintain a secure & compliant system, especially since running a cloud is not the business you are in.  But you still need the ability to deliver and manage your mission-critical applications at scale, with the flexibility to align to your global cloud strategy.  

Pega Cloud Services delivers Pega Infinity™ and our strategic applications as a fully-managed cloud service. It not only offers the fastest path to investment return, but using Pega Cloud Services frees your team from operational tasks, compliance audits, and penetration tests. 

If you don’t yet have any Pega applications, Pega can provide you with Pega Cloud environments, and you can be up and running in weeks.  If you are already using Pega applications in your on-premises environment, however, you can migrate them into the Pega Cloud environment.  These articles will describe the migration process.
 

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