Cloud Migration Blog
Find out why using ‘Free’ migration tools might not be the right solution for you. As companies navigate through the adoption of Public Cloud, Private Cloud, Hybrid Cloud or Multi-Cloud, they are faced with numerous challenges and decisions. Which cloud should be adopted? What are the differing computing and cost models between clouds? Will the cloud really save my organization money?
Traditional data centers have long been unable to compete against the agility, efficiency, and scalability of public clouds. Yet making the move to cloud can prove challenging. Check out the following infographic to find out what you should consider when migrating to AWS:
Launched a year ago, the AWS Migration Hub is a portal for Amazon and third-party cloud migration tools and services that enable companies to move their servers and databases to AWS faster than ever before. Although the Migration Hub was not built from the ground up, it is an exciting new development in that it brings together three existing AWS migration services, namely the Application Discovery Service, the Database Migration Service, and the Server Migration Service. By doing so, Amazon has provided a single dashboard for discovering apps, moving servers and databases, and for post-migration workload optimization.
RiverMeadow SaaS Platform successfully migrates workloads from physical, virtual or cloud to any target cloud. It can migrate workloads to AWS, minimizing time, costs and risks. The platform’s capabilities and past projects track record convinced many organizations to choose it for their cloud migration projects.
The world’s leading live entertainment and ticketing company selected Amazon Web Services as its cloud infrastructure provider and wanted to move its global IT infrastructure to the AWS cloud without risks and disruption.
Successful Manufacturing Company “Cloud First” strategy enabled by RiverMeadow SaaS Cloud Migration PlatformBy Jim Jordan on Jul 16, 2018 1:40:59 PM
A global diversified industrial manufacturing company with revenues in excess of $13B selected Amazon Web Services as its cloud infrastructure provider and wanted to move its global IT infrastructure to the AWS cloud.