Accelerate your Cloud Migrations with simplified networking and security (emea)

Presented by

Awais Janjua Principal Cloud Solutions Architect, Digitalstates, John Gonsalves Principal Field Evangelist, James Devine PSA

About this talk

As Enterprises recognize the value of migrating workloads to the cloud, the pace of migrating their applications from existing environments increases. Large migrations add significant complexity and may end up slowing down the migration process if executed without proper planning. To ensure success, it is important to consider all the factors for migration including current pain points, assessing, and identifying the right tools, and more importantly prepping the new environment in a way that will continue to meet their current needs, scale, and perform at the levels that Enterprise need all while delivering on the promise of the Cloud. This TechTalk will discuss a strategic approach for enterprises to migrate on-prem workloads to the cloud. This includes prepping the new environment with an Enterprise-grade Architecture using the Aviatrix cloud network platform and accelerating the migration using cloud migration tools. Solutions Architects from both Aviatrix and Digital States will focus on migrating to AWS Cloud using Digitalstates Cloud Migration Accelerator (DCMA) to speed up that process.

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