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5 Rs: Which Strategy is Right For Your Migration to Google Cloud?


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Sponsored by SPLUNK

Tuesday, September 7, 2021
1 p.m. ET

So you’re up to speed on what the cloud is and why it’s the right move for your business. Now comes the how. Spoiler alert: There’s no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach.

Many organizations are moving towards a multi-cloud or hybrid approach in the hopes of performance optimization, cost savings and flexibility. Although achievable, this trend comes with various challenges in gaining visibility for monitoring, cost control and securing an organization's infrastructure, data and applications. It’s important to implement the right migration strategy in the right way for your business.

To help, this session will dissect five different strategies for cloud migration and application modernization -- the 5Rs: Rehost, refactor, revise, rebuild or replace. We’ll walk through how to implement each one, review their pros and cons and highlight potential challenges if the time comes to combine them.

Join our webinar to learn:

  • Everything you need to know about the 5Rs to select the right one(s) for your migration
  • The new challenges IT practitioners face from digital transformation events such as observability, distributed tracing, service monitoring, business insights and AIOps
  • How Splunk can help you migrate, manage and secure your workloads for on-premises (or existing cloud) to Google Cloud(s) such as GCP or Google Workspace
Greg Leffler
Observability Practitioner Director - Splunk
Greg heads the Observability Practitioner team at Splunk, and is on a mission to spread the good word of Observability to the world. Greg's career has taken him from the NOC to SRE to SRE management, with side stops in security and editorial functions. In addition to Observability, Greg's professional interests include hiring, training, SRE culture, and operating effective remote teams. Greg holds a Master's Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Old Dominion University.
Brian Farnham
Customer Engineer, Infrastructure Modernization - Google
Brian Farnham is a Customer Engineer at Google, focusing on the partnership with Splunk. Before working at Google Cloud, Brian worked at other Cloud Providers and in the Networking industry for over 15 years.

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