Samantha Sartori

Chicago, Illinois, US • 7:51 PM Local Time

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Samantha Sartori

Category Internet Video
Language English (North American)
Voice Age Young Adult (18-35)
Description Video to teach viewers how to migrate to the cloud
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
the cloud place we all dream of land of unlimited elastic scale, Smart Security and AI, where the insights flow freely and everyone is happy coders, CEO Oh's CFO's and all the other owes. But here on the ground, the cloud can seem almost impossible to reach. With all these big, clunky servers and sand storage devices weighing you down, it's hard to even know where to start or what tools to use. You think about just lifting and shifting everything into the cloud, but then you can't use all of the awesome tools it offers, so you consider building something from scratch right in the cloud. You get all the benefits of the cloud, but it could take forever to build and cost a lot of money. Don't give up. There's another option that combines the ease of lift and shift with the benefits of building directly in the cloud. It's called re platform, and here's how it works. Okay, let's say you have an app that turns your customers faces into cat faces. You have a server for the website. Users interact with an APP server where images air uploaded before moving the sand storage. A messaging server where the job is received in Q. A back end server where the users faces turned into a feline one, an email server where the user is emailed back to pick up their photo and a database where all the meta data is stored. You can retire all this old hardware built to peak demand, move to the cloud and get all the scalable smartened secure benefits of the cloud with re platform ing O. And in so no help, the first step is to observe and assess your infrastructure. Second, we lift and shift just your app, coat and user data to elastic cloud computing instances leaving behind your outdated OS and physical disk volumes. This allows you to turn up and down your services based on real time cuts. More demand. Next, all of that expensive sand storage is converted to cloud object storage. We chuck away your DNS, replacing it with Managed Cloud DNS. And finally get rid of your load balancers instead using elastic load balancing services. Look at that. You're in the cloud. No more tape, no more failed restores. And look, you made the coders CEO CFO and all those other owes happy now the only thing left to do is keep optimizing and deploying APS more quickly and more efficiently. Oh, and turning yourself into a cat. Check out so no dot com to learn how we can help you migrate to the cloud.