Three Mistakes to Avoid When Migrating to the Cloud

When: Wednesday, July 22nd at 1pm ET

Migration and modernization is a process - it doesn’t all happen at once, and some applications don’t make the journey. AWS and CloudBees help customers navigate cloud adoption and DevOps transformation with tools and practices that help customers make good decisions on how to move, migrate, rebuild or replace the components you need.

Many enterprise software companies on the road to DevOps transformation are tasked with migrating legacy applications to the cloud. But deconstructing the monolith and refactoring applications isn’t always easy. This is especially true for highly regulated industries such as government, healthcare and financial services where change management is rigorous. The DevOps challenges preventing success often lie in the ways these teams work. CloudBees and AWS can help you avoid the pitfalls and give you the best practices and tools required for lasting DevOps transformation.

Join us for this webinar on Wednesday, July 22nd at 1pm ET, where we’ll explore the top three mistakes enterprise software companies make on their journey to the cloud. We’ll also tell you what they should have done instead.

  1. Can’t let go of ‘Big Bang or Bust’ deployments. Embrace smaller teams and iterative development which will yield smaller, more frequent releases. Then choose a CI tool that supports your mission.

  2. Force fitting old processes into new tools. Take advantage of the modern best practices built into the toolset to guide success.

  3. Believing automation is the end goal. The actual endpoint is faster, higher quality delivery of software. Automation is a means to that end, and choosing a CI solution that can automate a wide, varied ecosystem is critical (especially when dealing with the modernization of legacy applications.)

As the leader in DevOps, CloudBees CI, built on Amazon EKS, has undergone rigorous security hardening, making it a safe choice for even the most regulated environments, such as the DoD. Amazon has recently added support for EKS to the AWS GovCloud Marketplace and CloudBees CI is now live. If you’re looking to up your security game, this webinar will equip you with the knowledge you need to take DevOps to the next level in the cloud.

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