Webinar Series
Migrating Operational Databases to the Cloud

why-attend-this-webinar-seriesWhy Attend This Webinar Series?

The adoption of cloud continues to accelerate, and the latest wave of workloads to begin moving en masse are operational databases. Moving to the cloud reduces the cost of operations, introduces elastic scalability, helps improve performance, and provides greater flexibility through on-demand infrastructure. With more and more data infrastructure shifting from on-premise to the cloud, knowing how to best leverage cloud data tools is critical to the future success of data professionals and the businesses they support.

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    Hear the Facts

    Cloud migration unlocks a number of key benefits… but also introduces risk. Learn how to move to cloud data infrastructure without sacrificing flexibility, control, or security.

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    See Reference Architecture

    Understand how other companies have successfully moved their operational workloads to the cloud.

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    Ask the Experts

    Experts will be available to answer your questions and share their advice at the end of each session.

What You Will Learn From Each Session

Session 1

the-benefits-and-risks-of-moving-operational-databases-to-the-cloudThe Benefits (and Risks) of Moving Operational Databases to the Cloud

With the right cloud database, technology professionals can focus on where they add the greatest value — creating the applications and analytical systems. Migrating to cloud-based operational data infrastructure unlocks a number of key benefits, But it’s also not without risk or complexity. Join this session to uncover the motivations and benefits of moving operational data to the cloud, as well as learn about the unique challenges of migrating operational databases to the cloud.

This Session Is Best For: Executives & Business Strategists

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Session 2

ensuring-a-successful-cloud-data-migrationEnsuring a Successful Cloud Data Migration

Cloud migration is a journey, and there is no one-size-fits-all solution. While there are several common elements found in each successful migration, taking a strategic, intentional approach to migrating your data tier to the cloud can alleviate many of the technology's core challenges. In this session, we’ll outline the best practices for identifying the right operational workloads to move to the cloud and for developing the ideal migration process for your use case.

This Session Is Best For: Senior IT Managers & Architects

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Session 3

best-practices-for-migrating-your-database-to-the-cloudBest Practices for Migrating Your Database to the Cloud

It’s crucial to the success of any new development or migration to follow best practices in architecture, data migration, and deployment. This webinar shares the best practices learned from real-world deployments and migrations to a cloud operational database. This includes both moves away from legacy on-premise databases as well as refactoring and modernization projects. By following the practices described in this webinar, you will be more successful in your own migration efforts.

This Session Is Best For: Data & Infrastructure Practitioners

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meet-the-presentersMeet the Presenters

domenic-ravitaDomenic Ravita

Field CTO

Domenic brings 23 years of experience across consulting, software development, architecture, and solution engineering leadership. He brings product knowledge and a senior technical perspective to field teams and to customers, and represents the voice of the customer to the product & engineering organization. He has experience in distributed, in-memory data grids, streaming analytics, integration, and data science.

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This webinar series explores the many reasons companies are moving their operational databases to the cloud.

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