Original broadcast: Wednesday, October 24 8AM PT / 11AM ET 2018
During this webinar replay, we’ll discuss recent survey findings by 451 Research about the shifts in cloud adoption, what’s driving workloads to the cloud – and what research shows is standing in the way of successful cloud migration and adoption.
You’ll also learn best practices for your organization’s cloud adoption program, and proven ways to overcome common challenges. You’ll come away from this webinar with a better understanding of the changing landscape of cloud migration and strategies for getting started.
Bring your questions!
In this webinar you will learn:
Keynote Speakers: Join Melanie Posey, Research VP and General Manager, Voice of the Enterprise 451 Research; Andy Smith, VMware Design Expert VCDX #208, and Eric Kraieski, VP of Software TDS, for a crash course on how to plan your journey effectively and smoothly utilizing exciting new migration planning strategies and tools.
Join us for some insightful discussion, use-case examples, and tips for getting started with these new strategies for cloud migration.
Read this article in Channel Partners Online, written by our own Eric Kraieski, Vice President, Software Business Unit: "As businesses exploit digital technologies to deploy disruptive strategies, the IT team plays a critical role in making these transitions happen rapidly and securely.
Follow these key cloud migration best practices for successful cloud adoption in your organization.
When executing a cloud strategy it takes time to understand how your apps work, identify those most critical to business, which are best fit for the cloud, and which require modernization before migrating. What if you could accelerate this process by automating your toolchain?
Recently, TDS CTO and Product Manager both delivered an AWS Migrations Unplugged session to address challenges faced when scheduling migration waves, and offer some solutions that help organizations accelerate and de-risk each step in their journey to the cloud.
Here are some of the blogs and stories we shared this year which recognize the challenges we’ve all been faced with – and celebrate those who were prepared and are thriving.