Migrating to the cloud is more than moving your workloads. There are some critical questions you need to be asking at each step—from how your app performance improved (or didn’t), to what the user experience looks like before, during, and after the move. Knowing the right questions to ask—and then answering them with the right data—is essential to succeed in your migration.

No matter what stage of the journey or what type of migration path you’re on—whether it’s “lift and shift” or completely re-architecting—there will be valuable insights you can put to use right away in your own initiative.

Watch this webinar hosted by Kevin Downs, Technical Partner Manager from New Relic for a technical discussion of everything you need to monitor and measure to validate success in your migration, including how to:

 

  • Establish application baselines and benchmark existing performance

 

 

  • Detect errors or possible issues before, during, and after your migration

 

 

  • Compare on-prem performance to cloud performance to validate success

 

Event speakers

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Kevin Downs

Sr. AWS Technical Partner Manager at New Relic

Kevin Downs has been in the enterprise software industry for 20 years, the last 15 years as a customer-facing Solution Architect selling enterprise software solutions to all verticals. He is now the Senior AWS Technical Partner Manager working to promote New Relic’s AWS integrations with customers to help them on their cloud journey.

Upcoming events

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Online Workshop: Maximising Observability with New Relic Logs

Date

20 January, 2022

Time

10 am - 11:30 am GMT

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Go Further with Improving Performance, Reliability and Scale (EMEA)

Date

27 January 2022

Time

10am GMT / 11am CET

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Go Further with Improving Performance, Reliability and Scale (APAC)

Date

February 2, 2022

Time

3pm AEDT / 12pm SGT / 9.30am IST

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