AWS re:Invent 2017: Landing Zones: Creating a Foundation for Your AWS Migrations (ENT315) – #AWS

When migrating lots of applications to the AWS Cloud, it’s important to architect cloud environments that are efficient, secure, and compliant. Landing zones are a prescriptive set of instructions for deploying an AWS-recommended foundation of interrelated AWS accounts, networks, and core services for your initial AWS application environments. In this session, we will review the benefits and best practices for developing landing zones as well as how to incorporate them into your migration process.

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