Business Continuity During/Post Cloud Migration

Presented by

Alpana Srivastava, Product Manager at AWS, Andy Idsinga, Senior Architect, and Nadeem Zahid, VP Product Management at cPacket

About this talk

One of the biggest challenges for the IT teams is troubleshooting issues during and after migrating business applications in the cloud. Cloud, until recently happened to be a black-box from a performance and security management perspective. Without the proper instrumentation and rich insights of network data within cloud, full visibility is compromised as today’s log-based tools have several limitations. Amazon VPC Traffic Mirroring is a new feature designed to provide deep network traffic visibility. The cPacket solution builds on Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) traffic mirroring to remove blind spots, provide complete visibility, and make the cloud transition smooth. The webinar will cover the following: - What is AWS VPC Traffic Mirroring service and how it duplicates the traffic from Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances within a VPC and forwards it to performance and security monitoring tools via cPacket - What is cPacket cCloud visibility suite for AWS and how it provides add-on delivery/analysis services and analytics for application/network performance and security forensics within AWS - How the above tightly integrated solution makes NetOps, SecOps and CloudOps job easier and makes business continuity and service assurance possible by reducing the MTTR

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