Enterprises are rapidly migrating applications to the cloud. According to Forbes, “83% Of Enterprise Workloads Will Be In The Cloud By 2020”. But, enterprises continue to struggle with migrating applications – especially complex, multi-tier applications. In a survey of 400 IT professionals conducted by iLand, 43% of application migrations to Microsoft Azure and 57% of migrations to Amazon Web Services stalled or failed.
Learn how to increase your cloud migration success with Accedian’s SkyLIGHT PVX solution.
During the webinar, you’ll learn:
- What the cost of a (failed) migration to the cloud is
- Logical steps to secure a cloud migration
- How can Accedian SkyLIGHTTM PVX help you migrate to the cloud
- What Makes SkyLIGHTTM PVX uniquely suited to secure your cloud migrations
The problem that most enterprises face is that once they begin to migrate, 1) the performance of the application changes and has to be adjusted for the new infrastructure, and 2) visibility into the backend (server to server) network and application traffic disappears into the cloud.
Existing NPM and APM tools, such as RUM and synthetic monitoring, don’t work in the cloud. They leave a visibility gap that you won’t see why a user is experiencing a performance degradation, when the network path between the user and the cloud access tier looks perfectly fine. All you know is that your users are unhappy and that you don’t have a way to identify and solve their performance problem.
An NTT Communication survey of 1600 decision makers showed that 47% of the respondents say that they have “less control over application estate as it moves into the cloud”. Meanwhile, 44% of the respondents “plead guilty of insufficient planning by failing to understand application dependencies before deploying”.
If you’re among this group, this webinar will show you that a cloud migration is a 6 step process, with performance monitoring being essential throughout the migration process.
Director of Business Development
As Director of SkyLIGHT PVX Product Line and Business Development, Boris is responsible for leading innovation around Accedian’s network and application performance solutions for enterprise IT. He applies more than 15 years of IT operations, network, and application development experience to advise organizations across all verticals on best practices to optimize performance in multi-cloud, virtualized, and software as-a-service (SaaS) infrastructure environments. Boris holds business law and economy & finance degrees from EDHEC Business School and Institut d’Etudes politiques de Bordeaux.