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Optimizing Your Modernization Journey with AWS

By : Mridula Grandhi
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Optimizing Your Modernization Journey with AWS

By: Mridula Grandhi

Overview of this book

AWS cloud technologies help businesses scale and innovate, however, adopting modern architecture and applications can be a real challenge. This book is a comprehensive guide that ensures your switch to AWS services is smooth and hitch-free. It will enable you to make optimal decisions to bring out the best ROI from AWS cloud adoption. Beginning with nuances of cloud transformation on AWS, you’ll be able to plan and implement the migration steps. The book will facilitate your system modernization journey by getting you acquainted with various technical domains, namely, applications, databases, big data, analytics, networking, and security. Once you’ve learned about the different operations, budgeting, and management best practices such as the 6 Rs of migration approaches and the AWS Well-Architected Framework, you’ll be able to achieve operational excellence in cloud adoption. You’ll also learn how to deploy some of the important AWS tools and services with real-life case studies and use cases. By the end of this book, you’ll be able to successfully implement cloud migration and modernization on AWS and make decisions that best suit your organization.
Table of Contents (20 chapters)
Part 1: Migrating to the Cloud
Part 2: Cloud Modernization – Application, Data, Analytics, and IT
Part 3: Security and Networking Transformation
Part 4: Cloud Economics, Compliance, and Governance

Unraveling the multi-cloud – benefits, challenges, and strategy

With multi-cloud deployments becoming increasingly popular, many companies are evaluating multi-cloud deployments. With the multi-cloud model of computing, an organization can leverage a combination of clouds. Many digital innovators and leaders want to achieve maximum flexibility and are investing in multi-cloud strategies, whether it comes to hiring staff or expanding efforts in automation software.

In this section, we will discuss if you should consider the multi-cloud model and explore what it looks like to manage infrastructure on more than one cloud provider.


In this sub-section, we look at the benefits that organizations can reap if they choose to implement a multi-cloud option.

Improved DR and SLAs

Multi-cloud gives you the benefit of redundancy—that is, if one cloud service goes down, you can still have your mission-critical applications run on the other cloud provider and...