Minimizing the risk of cloud migration before moving
Date: Tuesday, January 26 at 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST
Conceptually, moving workloads to the cloud seems pretty straightforward: take the virtual workload permanently and replicate it to a cloud provider.
For a simple, non-critical workload with a single server, this would certainly work. However, critical workloads are complex. They are made up of multiple systems, rely on other services, have dependencies, and may not work as expected when moved to a standard tier of a virtual machine service offering in the cloud.
And even if you can migrate a workload to the cloud with relative ease, there is a good chance that you have no precise idea of what it will cost you to run that workload.
So what does it take to minimize the risk of cloud migrations?
Join Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP, Nick Cavalancia, … in this interactive webcast.