How to Lift-and-Shift a Line of Business Application onto Google Cloud Platform
The expense reporting application is a standard two-tier web-based application that currently relies on an on-premises Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) server with data storage on a separate on-premises Microsoft SQL Server. A second on-premises IIS server also provides auditing services. Access to the application is secured by authenticating against an on-premises Active Directory (AD) instance while data access is secured by using SQL Server Authentication with an application service account.
In order to minimize risk while gradually ramping up its teams’ cloud knowledge and experience, Magenicons wants to execute the project in phases, with each phase having a defined objective to achieve. These objectives will be used at the end of the project for evaluation of the long-term viability of cloud computing for the company. Google Cloud Platform (GCP) was selected as the cloud provider due to the robust capabilities of the platform and Google’s excellent technical reputation.
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