- Identifying migration goals
- Considering costs
- Avoiding common mistakes
- Adopting SaaS
- Refactoring workloads
- Retiring workloads
- Planning your migration
- Deciding where to begin
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Brien] The public Cloud has become a go-to platform for hosting IT resources with many organizations adopting a Cloud-first approach for new workloads. Not surprisingly, there is also a great deal of interest in migrating on-premises workloads to the Cloud. Even so, these types of migrations are rarely as simple as they might initially seem. In this course, I'm going to show you several different options for migrating your workloads to the Cloud. As I do, I'll explain how these migration techniques work and I'll talk about some common pitfalls to avoid. I'm Brien Posey, and besides being a commercial astronaut candidate, I also have 30 years of IT experience. So, if you're ready to learn all about your options for migrating a workload to the Cloud, then come join me in my LinkedIn learning course on Cloud Migration.
Learning Cloud Computing: Application Migrationwith David Linthicum1h 36m Intermediate
AWS Administration: Migrating Virtual Machineswith Brien Posey1h 26m Intermediate
1. Essential Migration Considerations
4. Adopting SaaS
5. Refactoring Workloads
6. Retiring Workloads
7. The Migration Process
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