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- [Instructor] Okay, we talked about public clouds,…private clouds, and hybrid clouds,…which are a combination of public and private clouds.…So, what are the other options that we have?…Well, there is no mandate that you move to the cloud,…so keep that in mind that…for a certain amount of applications,…typically 30 to 45% in the enterprises these days,…are not going to be a fit for a public or private…or hybrid cloud computing…and so they should remain where they are…and I suspect in a few years,…we're probably going to have much smaller data centers…that are almost like museums of older systems…that have been around for years.…PDP 11, mainframe systems, things like that,…that are doing nothing more than running applications…that can't move to the Cloud.…
There's also the colo, colocation, option,…where you are able to move to a colo provider…or perhaps to a managed service provider.…But you're able to provide very traditional platform analogs…that aren't necessarily tied to a public cloud.…They're not scalable.…
- Understanding the business case for moving to the cloud
- Understanding the risks in moving to the cloud
- Moving to public and private clouds
- Identifying workloads that should migrate to the cloud
- Picking a target platform
- Using AWS, Microsoft, and Google migration tools
- Setting up a migration factory
- Migrating at scale
- Considering security
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction to Cloud Migration
2. Selecting the Workloads
Using categories4m 52s
3. Picking the Target Platform
4. Cloud-Based Tools
5. Setting Up a Migration Factory
6. Migration at Scale
Next steps2m 46s
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