In this video, learn how to do migration planning, step-by-step.
- [Instructor] Migration planning must be detailed out…ahead of time, and this takes time.…It's been my experience that if you do not have a plan,…you're not going to be as effective as those who do.…And the time you spend working up a plan…as well as resources you need…can save yourself in later portions of the project.…Make sure to learn as you go.…And for most this will be the first time,…so don't be afraid to make mistakes,…and forgive those who do.…This is what we're going to do with applications.…
We're going to either replace them, reuse them,…refactor them, replatform them, rehost them,…retain them, or retire them.…Notice they all begin with Rs.…Replacing means we're replacing software…with a SaaS solution.…We discussed this earlier.…It means we're using Salesforce…instead of a traditional CRM system.…Reuse means that we're dividing the applications up…as sets of services and leveraging those services…for other applications.…Refactoring means that we're altering the application…to be more cloud native and thus more efficient.…
- Types of clouds: SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS
- Identifying the data and applications to move to the cloud
- Migrating planning
- Selecting a provider
- Cloud security
- Cloud operations
Skill Level Beginner
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