AWS re:Invent 2017: Avoiding Groundhog Day (ARC310) – #AWS

Migrating workloads to the cloud requires detailed planning and execution. When you’re an established business with users that rely on your cloud workloads, this can seem like an insurmountable task. A complete migration is a victory often celebrated as the end of the journey, when in reality it is just the first step in a process of continual optimization and evolution. To truly optimize the power of AWS and reap the financial and performance benefits of cloud computing, it is critical that you evaluate your workloads for opportunities to continue to evolve to drive business value and embrace the innovative nature of the AWS Cloud. In this session, join Rackspace to learn about key components to consider in order to execute a successful migration to AWS, the importance of optimizing your AWS environment over time, and how customers are leveraging Rackspace’s Fanatical Support for AWS to help them migrate and transform their workloads on AWS.

Session sponsored byRackspace

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