It’s no surprise that cloud adoption is on the rise. But for many who have IT responsibilities, the risks of moving from an on-premise datacenter to the public or hybrid cloud are significant enough to nearly overshadow even the significant cost and convenience benefits of the cloud vs. traditional on-prem storage. But migrating and protecting mission critical data safely to the AWS cloud can be safe, easy and fast–with SoftNAS. Learn how, in this AWS and SoftNAS joint webinar.
Amazon Web Services Solutions Architect Kyle Lichtenberg and SoftNAS Solutions Architect Mark Bichlmeier will discuss moving SaaS applications from on-premise to the AWS cloud using NAS storage, the benefits of shared storage, and how easy it is to set up a highly-available NAS in the cloud. This webinar will also feature an in-depth case study on Recommind.
Ranked among the fastest growing companies on Deloitte’s 2014 Technology Fast 500™ , Recommind was faced with driving greater scale, agility, and cost savings out of its hosting operations for its SaaS-based business. Should Recommind maximize operational efficiencies and costs for its brick and mortar data centers or go all-in and provide its SaaS applications to thousands of customers from the cloud?
In this webinar, you will learn:
• Alternatives considered in moving SaaS applications from on-premise to the cloud
• How to migrate on-premise applications to the AWS cloud and use cloud NAS storage
• How to build high-availability cloud NAS storage on AWS for multi-tenant environments
• How to configure cloud NAS storage on AWS for IOPS requirements
• How to configure iSCSI for use through AWS VPCs
• How to archive to S3 cloud disks
Who should attend: IT Architects, DevOps, Developers, System Administrators and other Technical IT Leaders.
Date: Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Time: 11:00am PST / 2:00pm EST
Kyle Lichtenberg, Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services
Mark Bichlmeier, Solutions Architect, SoftNAS
Chuck Outcalt, Technical Project Manager, Recommind
If you can’t attend, check back later for the webinar recap and recording.