Optimizing Cloud Migration

Performance Lessons for the Enterprise

Optimizing Cloud Migration

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If you’re planning your company’s first foray into the cloud, you’ve no doubt heard many compelling reasons for making the move. But one area companies often overlook is Internet performance: optimizing the route that data takes across the public Internet to reach your systems, a stretch known as the middle mile.

In this report, author and middle-mile expert Andy Still maps your cloud journey from initial preparation to having your own highly performant cloud-based system. At each stage, you’ll learn the best methods for optimizing Internet performance by understanding the nature of your application, the characteristics of your end users, and the way various cloud providers can connect one to the other.

Not all cloud vendors are created equally and, despite what they’d like you to think, it’s not necessary to tie yourself to a single provider. Pick up a copy of this report and learn why the best Internet performance may involve using a combination of components from multiple cloud vendors.

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Andy Still

Andy Still

Andy is co-founder of Intechnica, a vendor independent IT performance consultancy. Andy's main interest is developing high usage, highly performant websites and helping others to do so. He also focuses on improving the integration of performance into every stage of the development cycle with a particular interest in the integration of performance into the CI process. Andy is the author of the O’Reilly book "Web Performance Warrior" and is one of the organizers of the Web Performance Group North UK and Amazon Web Services NW UK User Group. He regularly blogs at Internet Performance Expert, Performance Patterns, and started the programming initiative Progvember.