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Predictable migration of Legacy MPP databases to Amazon Redshift

For several years, Massively-Parallel Processing (MPP) databases such as Teradata/Netezza/ Vertica addressed the need to manage and analyze large data footprints. Today, rigid architectures, higher license costs, a lack of support for new data sources, and the absence of just-in-time elasticity have led to an exodus from legacy MPP databases toward cloud-based equivalents.

Organizations have built custom solutions over the years which have spread out to a variety of upstream and downstream processes. Migrating these legacy MPP databases to the Cloud is not a project that you can simply throw bodies at. In such scenarios, involving a Consulting partner that provides the required expertise and proprietary migration tools/frameworks helps ensure a smooth migration.

Join the webinar to learn:
-Why Amazon Redshift is a right fit Cloud DW for migrating Legacy MPP database workloads
-How to predictably migrate these workloads to Amazon Redshift, by leveraging AWS services and Agilisium's proprietary tools/frameworks
-Best practises from migrating large scale MPP databases to the cloud.
Recorded Nov 7 2019 52 mins
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Vinay Shukla - Amazon Web Services, Jay Palaniappan & Arun Chinnadurai - Agilisium Consulting
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  • Predictable migration of Legacy MPP databases to Amazon Redshift Recorded: Nov 7 2019 52 mins
    Vinay Shukla - Amazon Web Services, Jay Palaniappan & Arun Chinnadurai - Agilisium Consulting
    For several years, Massively-Parallel Processing (MPP) databases such as Teradata/Netezza/ Vertica addressed the need to manage and analyze large data footprints. Today, rigid architectures, higher license costs, a lack of support for new data sources, and the absence of just-in-time elasticity have led to an exodus from legacy MPP databases toward cloud-based equivalents.

    Organizations have built custom solutions over the years which have spread out to a variety of upstream and downstream processes. Migrating these legacy MPP databases to the Cloud is not a project that you can simply throw bodies at. In such scenarios, involving a Consulting partner that provides the required expertise and proprietary migration tools/frameworks helps ensure a smooth migration.

    Join the webinar to learn:
    -Why Amazon Redshift is a right fit Cloud DW for migrating Legacy MPP database workloads
    -How to predictably migrate these workloads to Amazon Redshift, by leveraging AWS services and Agilisium's proprietary tools/frameworks
    -Best practises from migrating large scale MPP databases to the cloud.
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