Are you arranging an application migration? Maybe you are going your on-premises application to the cloud, or perhaps you are going your monolithic application to a provider-oriented or microservice architecture.
Migrations these as these are commitments. Commitments of time. Commitments of sources. Commitments of intellect-established and corporate power.
Migrations are not straightforward to pull off.
Migrations can include extensive and evolved transitions, and ordinarily, the work expended does not straight align to a realized advantage. Typically the advantage comes substantially afterwards than the financial investment. Occasionally items even get worse ahead of they get improved.
It’s tempting to want to stop the migration early.
Who would ever want to do that? It looks nuts, but it happens. Moving from a monolith to a provider architecture, but halting not extensive immediately after the migration has started, leaves the application in worse form than ahead of starting the migration.
So how do