It is critical for organizations to onboard new technologies and improve processes to remain competitive. Yet, safely navigating a migration or consolidation project can be challenging.
The ExtraHop platform takes the guesswork out of application and data center migration by providing complete visibility and performance metrics that make clear the risks, but also support the success, of projects at any scale. By knowing before going, you can avoid unnecessary downtime and be sure that your user experiences remain consistent.
In this webinar, ExtraHop' Nick Brackney explains how the ExtraHop platform helps to ensure successful migrations and consolidations.
A new generation of archiving platforms delivers unprecedented levels of performance, scale, and versatility to meet today’s challenges of protecting, securing, and preserving email.
Unfortunately, many organizations still rely on archaic legacy platforms for fear that migration will put data at risk, take too much time, or exceed available budgets.
Register for our webinar, 5 Steps to a Stress-Free Archive Migration. Archive360 Migration Specialist Bob Spurzem and Mimecast Archiving Specialist Achmad Chadran will use specific customer examples to show how you can minimize risk and cost as you consolidate your archives.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- How delaying migration can actually increase your costs and risks
- What makes a chain of custody report mission-critical
- Why every successful migration project starts by analyzing the legacy archive
Managing migrations and Disaster Recovery has been difficult enough for on-premises infrastructures. But, creating a hybrid environment with cloud infrastructure presents even more challenges. What can you do when traditional methods are outdated and cloud-only methods are insufficient? As businesses search for new ways to solve challenges in the hybrid world, we will discuss potential results and the future of migration and disaster recovery.Read more >
The use of Cloud computing is rising rapidly as issues around data ownership and security are addressed and businesses are leveraging the cloud for scalability, ease of provisioning, reduced time to market and reduced costs. With a vast array of vendors to choose from, how do you choose a provider who understands your business objectives and is able to transition your business to the Cloud seamlessly? In this session NaviSite will offer advice on choosing the right managed service provider and Vision Solutions will discuss migration challenges and considerations.Read more >
Migrating data, applications or full servers is a fact of life if your business is to take advantage of the efficiencies of new platforms and manage escalating storage requirements. Yet many IT professionals put off migration due to concerns about downtime and the risk of failure.
If you are planning a migration, register for this webcast today! You will learn how to mitigate data loss, avoid aborted cutovers and minimise downtime, delays and budget overruns. And you will walk away with tips and strategies that can make your next migration project a success.
Topics for discussion will include:
•Why migrations fail
•Understanding proper planning methodology
•Strategies for success
•Reducing migration downtime to near zero
Migration can be a high wire act for IT professionals, juggling the risks of system downtime and potential data loss. In the 2016 State of Resilience survey, we asked questions about company practices, system downtime, and the challenges faced during migration. Nearly 1,000 professionals responded, providing a picture of migration worldwide. Join this session to find out how your business comparesRead more >
Learn how to avoid the 5 most common issues that cause delays, risk and over-spend during Datacenter Migrations but that people rarely plan for.Read more >
Transitioning from Data Migration to Data Management
In this webinar join, Storage Switzerland and Primary Data for a roundtable discussion on how automated data management can help you overcome the budgetary and technological challenges with a migration strategy and how you can implement data flow to eliminate the problem once and for all.
Are you facing an infrastructure migration? Are you moving workloads from on premise servers to colocation, or from a retail environment to a wholesale data center? Migrations can be complex and risky, and many enterprises have little experience carrying them out. Join Kelly Morgan, vice president at 451 Research, and Vinay Nagpal, vice president of product management at DFT Data Centers, to discuss strategies and best practices for improving your migration experience, including:
Pre-migration: project and budget planning, vendor selections, disruption mitigation, system backup, equipment investments, customer notifications, connectivity, security and compliance
Migration: decommissioning, room layout, rack design, power optimization, cabling, asset installation
Post-migration: data and application transition, hardware duplication
There is a lot of hype in the market about how you identify and determine the right mix of service workload to the right environment. Don't waste valuable time and money on solutions that will not solve your migration challenge. Join Jeanne Morain as she provides an overview of simple steps that will save you both time and money when making the leap from Legacy to Cloud.Read more >
Website improvement projects are often undertaken because they come with the promise of dramatically increasing business results. The way in which we tackle these projects—and the approaches we choose to use—determine whether our efforts will yield improvements or not.
Migrating web content from one system to another can be challenging. To be successful—and to get the results we seek—it’s best to start with a plan.
Join me, Scott Abel, The Content Wrangler, and my guest, David Hobbs, for a free, one-hour webinar designed to help you plan for a website content migration. Attend this session to discover why web content migration planning should start from the perspective of quality. Learn why boxing—and unpacking—content can help us achieve desired results. And, find out why, unlike a house move, we often need to unpack the content during a content migration project.
ABOUT OUR GUEST
David Hobbs helps organizations that want higher-impact digital presences, especially those ready to take on silos and otherwise disconnected site visitor experiences. These types of complex, high-impact changes require early visioning and buy-in (a “build it and they will come” approach won’t work). David works with organizations on early strategy as well as how to achieve the content needed on the new site (including migration and rollout planning).
David has a Master’s in Computer Science and started his career as a C programmer. Before the web took off, David lived in a mud hut in Chad working with trash-collection and water-distribution system community groups.
"It is inevitable. If you haven’t already it won’t be long until you are part of a project to migrate to the cloud. For many that means moving some or all of your data to AWS. Sounds easy but many a migration as gone south quickly for a variety of reasons. Moving and living in the cloud is a different animal. Designing and living in a cloud footprint is going to require a different way of doing things, from process, to tools to policy, change is inevitable. So how do you adapt and save valuable time and money by avoiding the idiot tax?
In this premiere webinar Alan Shimel, editor-in-chief of DevOps.com will be joined by Pauly Comtois of Hearst Corporation who has led several successful cloud migrations. Pauly will provide us the pro tips you need for a successful migration. What common pitfalls to avoid, how to avoid them and what tools will you need to update when moving from on prem to the cloud. Save yourself the aggravation and learn from someone who has been there and done it. For instance, your logging tool of choice on premises may not fit the bill for the cloud. What about Cloud security? Management? Compliance? All issues that Comtois has had to face at Hearst.
Pauly will share his 6 most important pro tips on AWS migration and discuss other things to be mindful of as well as answer your questions. Watch this webinar to hear from our experts on their best tips for organizations who are preparing and planning for an AWS migration or are in the midst of one."
Watch this webinar to explore three distinct migration approaches taken by real businesses. We'll help you identify the best approach for your business, users and timeline. During the session we will cover:
*The facts on enterprise adoption of Windows 10
*Planning considerations for your Windows 10 migration project
*Three distinct approaches to performing device replacements—and the pros and cons associated with each
About the speaker:
Aimee Simpson, Product Marketing Manager – Code42
Aimee is a product marketing manager at Code42 where she helps internal audiences understand what’s happening in the category and influences product decisions through customer and market research. She has always worked in the technology industry, launching her career at data storage company Compellent Technologies at the age of 19. In her free time, she enjoys traveling with her Aussie husband in an attempt to balance her TV addiction.
In SD-WAN migrations, how do enterprises identify the pilot sites? And how do they plan the large-scale rollouts. There are important planning considerations in both small and large scale migrations. This webinar will explain how different enterprises have executed their rollouts and the lessons learned.
- Case studies on how different enterprises have approached their SD-WAN migration
- Planning your migration with the first five pilot sites
- Executing a large scale migration of ten, hundred or thousands of sites based on templates and centralized policy
- Role of the single overlay architecture over MPLS, Broadband & LTE in a seamless WAN transformation
Do you have VMware? How about AWS? Do you want to migrate to Microsoft Azure and modernize your IT investments? Are you looking for a true PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) offering to replicate on-premises virtual and physical machines to Azure for cost effective migration or disaster recovery?
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions on behalf of your customers, then join us in this session and learn how Operations Management Suite (OMS) Site Recovery enables a low TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) solution for your customer’s heterogeneous IT environments.
You may have virtualized infrastructure on Hyper-V or VMware, or you may still run physical servers, but ASR can seamlessly enable cost-effective replication, migration and recovery to Azure.
Join this webcast to learn how to:
•Deploy replication, recovery, and migration solutions for your heterogeneous environments
•Help lower your TCO through Azure Site Recovery
•Enable seamless migration to and recovery in Azure through Site Recovery
Gartner has highlighted that the differences in network services (such as routing, security and application delivery) between internal data centers and IaaS environments cause major issues during cloud migrations. Networking teams face many challenges migrating their workloads to AWS and Azure. These include:
- Extending secure connectivity from the enterprise to the cloud is operationally complex
- Cloud traffic flows sub-optimally through the centralized data center/DMZ, instead of directly from the branch or from a regional exit - this affects performance of applications
- Implementing a unified WAN policy on disparate pieces of cloud infrastructure is difficult
This webinar will dig deeper into the networking problems of cloud migrations. And how Software-Defined WAN (SD-WAN) technology makes this faster and simpler the networking teams. The following topics will be covered:
- Extend your WAN seamlessly to AWS and Azure
- Implement a unified WAN policy across the enterprise and cloud
- Typical deployment scenarios for AWS and Azure
- Real customer examples of public cloud migration
You wouldn't buy groceries without first checking the refrigerator to see what you have. The same should hold true for compute capacity. Most companies are cloud by happenstance because of acquisitions by the business and IT itself working around the Ops team. Join Jeanne Morain and special guest Paul Mansfield, CTO as they provide guidance on best practices principles for determining service workloads and migration strategy.Read more >