CloudEndure had a fantastic week at AWS re:Invent. In addition to meeting over 2,400 attendees at our booth and hearing about the migration and disaster recovery projects of hundreds of organizations, we were also fortunate enough to be included in two breakout session on AWS migration — one presented by AWS architects and one presented by Edwards LifeSciences.
Just in time for re:Invent, we also produced The 2017 Insider’s Guide: 55 Top AWS Tips. A panel of AWS experts selected the best 55 tips from among hundreds that we received. The tips cover topics such as app development, automation and scaling, cost optimization, migration, monitoring, operations, and security. Don’t miss this extremely useful resource!
Session #1: Develop Your Migration Toolkit
In this session, two AWS Partner Solutions Architects, Mandus Momberg and Carmen Puccio, explained how to build a toolkit for mass migrations. The session included:
The architects used CloudEndure Live Migration to demonstrate how to automate AWS migration. The demo begins at 26:48. You can see the CloudEndure dashboard starting at 41:40. This is a must-view presentation for anyone interested in migrating workloads to AWS.
Session #2: How to Move 1,000 VMs and Biz Critical Apps to AWS in 6 Months
CloudEndure was also included in an AWS customer presentation. In this session, Edwards LifeSciences’s Chief Information Officer, Sai Chiovari, and Senior Director of Enterprise Technology, Rajeev Bhardwaj, described their journey to move many of their business critical corporate IT applications to AWS.
During the presentation (51:04), they explained why they chose CloudEndure to move workloads from their on-premise environment to AWS. This is an especially useful presentation for organizations concerned about transforming IT infrastructure quickly and safely.
Thanks to everyone who came by our booth and to the presenters who shared their positive experiences with CloudEndure technology. We look forward to continue providing you with optimal automated migration technology.