Design a Cloud Migration Strategy

Design a Cloud Migration Strategy
Design a Cloud Migration Strategy
English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1h 54m | 397 MB

Migrating to the cloud can be an exciting and overwhelming prospect for any organization. The success of your migration is enormously dependent upon how well thought out the strategy is. In this course, instructor Brien Posey takes a vendor-neutral look at the key design considerations that need to go into any migration strategy—whether you’re migrating to Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure, Alibaba Cloud, or Google Cloud Platform. Learn how to identify your migration goals, estimate costs, and avoid common mistakes. Explore popular options such as rehosting, replatforming, and SaaS adoption. Plus, find out when it’s appropriate to refactor or retire workloads and get tips for implementing your migration plan, complete with considerations for IT pros.

Topics include:

  • Identifying migration goals
  • Considering costs
  • Avoiding common mistakes
  • Rehosting
  • Replatforming
  • Adopting SaaS
  • Refactoring workloads
  • Retiring workloads
  • Planning your migration
  • Deciding where to begin
Table of Contents

1 Planning a cloud migration
2 What you should know

Essential Migration Considerations
3 Identify migration goals
4 Types of migrations
5 Cost considerations
6 The five phases of migration
7 Common mistakes to avoid
8 Infrastructure and logical considerations

9 Which applications should be rehosted
10 Performance considerations
11 Estimating costs
12 Is it better to migrate or rebuild

13 What is replatforming
14 Advantages of replatforming
15 Some potential issues with replatforming
16 Identifying good candidates for replatforming

Adopting SaaS
17 Why transition to SaaS
18 The advantages of a SaaS migration
19 Potential disadvantages of SasS migration
20 Important considerations

Refactoring Workloads
21 The case for application refactoring
22 Modernizing a refactored application

Retiring Workloads
23 Why retiring an application may be the best option
24 Identifying applications that can be retired

The Migration Process
25 Are your goals still relevant
26 Building a plan of attack
27 Considerations for IT pros
28 Why it is fine to leave some applications alone
29 Where should I begin

30 Next steps