The AWS Migration Hub provides a single location to track the progress of application migrations across multiple AWS and partner solutions.
It provides the flexibility to use the migration tools that work best for your organization.
Whether you use AWS migration tools like AWS Server Migration Service, AWS Database Migration Service, CloudEndure Migration, or partner tools like ATADATA and RiverMeadow, Migration Hub makes it easy for you to track migrations from all of those tools in a central location.
AWS Migration Hub provides all application details in a central location. This allows you to track the status of all the moving parts across all migrations, making it easier to view overall migration progress and reducing the time spent determining current status and next steps.
AWS has helped hundreds of thousands of businesses migrate and modernize their digital operations through the AWS Migration Acceleration Program (MAP), a proven framework for cost-efficient, resilient, and agile transformation.
In this session, Faraz Shafiq, AWS Global Head for MAP, shares what makes the MAP so successful—specifically, how it’s designed to support businesses not only as they migrate to AWS but also beyond, as they embrace new technologies, modernize digital operations, and look toward the future.
Krishna Srinivasan, Director of Cloud Architecture and DevOps at United Airlines, joins Faraz to share how the MAP continues to help one of the world’s largest airlines better serve their customers.
AWS Application Migration Service minimizes time-intensive, error-prone manual processes by automating the conversion of your source servers to run natively on AWS.
This is a service recommended for lift-and-shift migrations to AWS which simplifies and expedites migration to AWS by automatically converting source servers from physical, virtual, or cloud infrastructure to run natively on AWS.
You will learn through a comprehensive demo how to install, setup, and perform non-disruptive migration tests prior to cutover without changes to applications, their architecture, or the migrated servers.
After testing, you learn how to use AWS MGN to quickly lift and shift a server to the cloud during a process called cutover, which is fully migrated in just a few minutes.