Lift-and-shift cloud migration - Real world use cases and best practices
May 17, 2022
11 AM PT | 1 PM CT | 2 PM ET
The promise of substantially reduced administration, low-cost overheads, faster ROI, and the ability to reach new markets and customers in regulated industries, drives crucial interest in the adoption of the Cloud. However, as with all technology transformation projects, clients usually start with the path of least resistance which is a lift-and-shift move of their existing applications.
In this webinar, we get insights directly from the horses mouth to learn best practices with real life examples in cloud migration.
Join our subject matter experts, Hamdy Eed, Senior Solution Architect at Amazon Web Services and Giovanni Gravesande, Solutions Architect, Migrations at Amazon Web Services to discuss:
- Cloud migration use cases where lift-and-shift move is the shortest path to success
- Use cases where it may be less than suitable and lead to drastic outcomes
- Other migration and modernization best practices for migrating your existing workloads to the Cloud
Meet our panelists
Hamdy Eed, Senior Solution Architect at Amazon Web Services
Hamdy Eed is a Sr. Solution Architect with AWS and is a member of the Serverless Technical Field Community. He has deep expertise in the area of business process management and enterprise integration. Prior to AWS, he worked at NIC Inc and held several positions at IBM. In his spare time, he coaches soccer to elementary school students and enjoys international travel.
Giovanni Gravesande, Solutions Architect, Migrations at Amazon Web Services
Giovanni has 18+ years of IT experience architecting, deploying, and supporting enterprise storage, Windows applications, and virtualized compute environments. He is skilled at blending technical expertise with business acumen and project management. His industry experience includes financial services, legal, and sports media. He is passionate about cloud security, networking, and storage solutions.
Michael Watson, VP Engineering at Excellarate
Mike is a veteran engineering leader with over 15 years of experience leading software teams. Mike’s passion is in helping software product development organizations transition into strong Agile practices and cultures within. He has experience working with large and medium public companies (such as Motorola and Tangoe), as well as mid-to-late stage startups (such as 4thpass, Solbright, and Quintessence). Mike has been fortunate to work with a few of the leading minds in modern agile process development.