Creating the Production Environment

The term “migration” implies that we are moving from one environment to a different environment. The environment to which you are moving is referred to as the target environment. As illustrated by the E-stack in Chapter 3, the application is only one component of the target environment.

In this section, we explain how you prepare the facilities to support the new compute, network, and storage platforms. In addition, we explain how to install and configure these platforms and how to create the application infrastructure that will support the application.

All of these activities are distinct and separate from the migration of the application. They all require unique, disparate skill sets, and all have differing ...

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