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Migrating your Data Center to the AWS Cloud
Jason McDonald, Practice Manager, Professional Services
Nirav Kothari, Sr. Con...
Objective
• US: sharing our experience and methods for high velocity
migrations at scale
• YOU: will learn about proven mi...
Motivational Patterns
• Exit costly data center business
• Gain agility “business and technical”
• Business continuity
• R...
Typical Enterprise Challenges
• Security concerns
• Ineffective asset management
• Wide variety of small & large business ...
We help organizations of all-sizes with a wide variety of use cases
Condé Nast Data Center Migration
67 application groups
500+ servers
1PB+ storage
100+ database
Condé Nast Data Center Migration success
EVP-CTO featured at AWS Summits highlighting:
40% reduced cost
30-40% operational...
AWS Migration Strategy
Enterprise Constraints when Migrating to Cloud
Security
People and
Processes
Technology
Migration
Experience
Knowledge and...
Migration methodology
Discover TransitionDesign Transform
Portfolio Optimization
OptimizeOperate
Re-hosting
(lift and shif...
Plan
Build
Planning your migration
Testing&Integration
Perform IT
Portfolio
Assessment
Cloud Ready
Re-engineer
Not Fit
Lif...
Planning your migration
Migrating to the cloud can take one of many paths
Discover,
Assess (Enterprise
Architecture and
Ap...
Isolated Network
Auditing
Fileshares/NAS/NFS
Data Classification
Data Archival/Data Lake
Real-time Analytics
Automation
Ty...
Migration Approach & Best Practices
Identifying applications to move
Standalone applications are easy to move
Application with loosely coupled SOA based integ...
Back of a napkin estimate: minimum information
Compute : Number of servers/VMs including RAM,
CPU, OS, and boot drive size...
Back of a napkin estimate: nice to have
HA requirements for each workload (ELB, Route53)
Scalability requirements for each...
Back of a napkin estimate: really nice
Workload stratification file servers, security, RDBMS,
ERP, big data, security, man...
Invest in proof of concept early
Proof of concept will answer tons of questions and get your feet
wet with AWS quickly
Wil...
AWS Migration Planning and Execution
Conduct workshop
Architect well-defined target
infrastructure environment
AWS well architected review
Select automated...
Data Center Migration Execution Approach
Implement migration automation tools (as appropriate)
Leverage high-speed data tr...
Data Center Migration Execution Process
Prepare future state target
environment
Deploy core infrastructure
services
Set...
AWS Migration Partners and Tools
Migration Tools Approach – Compute
Host Cloning
• Racemi
• CliQr
• DoubleTake
• ATADATA
DR Replication
VM Conversion
App C...
AWS Direct
Connect
Solution
Providers
(Aspera,
Riverbed,
Tsunami, Ctera)
Transfer to S3
over Internet
AWS Import
Export
Ho...
Migration Approach – Databases
A wide selection of partner and vendor tools for CDC and replication
Oracle GoldenGate, Att...
TCO/Resource Planning Migration/ Integration Tools
Validation Tools
Optimization (Performance/Cost)
Discovery Tools Servic...
More than 2100 software available on our marketplace
Resources
Here are some additional resources:
Get started with a free trial http://aws.amazon.com/free
White papers http:/...
« The most radical and transformative of
inventions are often those that empower others to
unleash their creativity – to p...
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AWS Webcast - Migrating your Data Center to the Cloud

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Is your organization considering migrating an existing data center over to AWS to reduce cost, improve reliability, security, and operational performance of your IT operations? If so, join us for a webinar on how to plan and execute your migration to the cloud from classification of applications, assessing your application needs, identifying the target applications and other various migration strategies.

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AWS Webcast - Migrating your Data Center to the Cloud

  1. 1. Migrating your Data Center to the AWS Cloud Jason McDonald, Practice Manager, Professional Services Nirav Kothari, Sr. Consultant, Professional Services
  2. 2. Objective • US: sharing our experience and methods for high velocity migrations at scale • YOU: will learn about proven migration patterns, methods and tooling that AWS has delivered successfully to hundreds of Enterprise customers around the globe. • WHY: accelerate migrations, reduce risk, faster time to value
  3. 3. Motivational Patterns • Exit costly data center business • Gain agility “business and technical” • Business continuity • Reduced cost • Competitive advantage – experimentation, innovation, creativity
  4. 4. Typical Enterprise Challenges • Security concerns • Ineffective asset management • Wide variety of small & large business applications • COTS and legacy applications not cloud ready • Outdated source code • Hard to baseline application performance • Understanding new IT Operating model and tools
  5. 5. We help organizations of all-sizes with a wide variety of use cases
  6. 6. Condé Nast Data Center Migration 67 application groups 500+ servers 1PB+ storage 100+ database
  7. 7. Condé Nast Data Center Migration success EVP-CTO featured at AWS Summits highlighting: 40% reduced cost 30-40% operational performance improvement Increased agility
  8. 8. AWS Migration Strategy
  9. 9. Enterprise Constraints when Migrating to Cloud Security People and Processes Technology Migration Experience Knowledge and Training Leverage existing investments Uncertainty into cloud solution Data Classification not fully understood Inappropriate controls
  10. 10. Migration methodology Discover TransitionDesign Transform Portfolio Optimization OptimizeOperate Re-hosting (lift and shift) Data Center Migration Assessment Re-platforming (lift and reshape) RunBuildPlan
  11. 11. Plan Build Planning your migration Testing&Integration Perform IT Portfolio Assessment Cloud Ready Re-engineer Not Fit Lift and Shift Re-Platforming Re-Hosting As-Is Re-Factoring A B C
  12. 12. Planning your migration Migrating to the cloud can take one of many paths Discover, Assess (Enterprise Architecture and Applications) Lift and Shift (Minimal Change) Migration and UAT Testing Operate Refactor for AWS Application Lift and shift Move the App Infrastructure Plan Migration and Sequencing Determine Migration Path Decommission Do Not Move Create Cloud Strategy Design, Build AWS Environment Move the Application Determine Migration Process Manually Move App and Data Third-Party Tools AWS VM Import Refactor for AWS Rebuild Application Architecture Vendor S/PaaS (if available) Third-Party Migration Tool Manually Move App and Data Determine Migration Process Replatform (typically legacy applications) Recode App Components Rearchitect Application Recode Application Architect AWS Environment and Deploy App, Migrate Data Signoff Tuning Cutover Org/Ops Impact Analysis Identify Ops Changes Change Management Plan
  13. 13. Isolated Network Auditing Fileshares/NAS/NFS Data Classification Data Archival/Data Lake Real-time Analytics Automation Typical Business App Enterprise Capabilities to Service Mappings EC2 Kinesis Lambda DynamoEMR RDS SDK CLI AutoScale CF S3 Redshift Glacier DX/VGW VPC NACL SG IAM CloudTrail S3 SNS AWS Config EC2 EBS PIOPS GP2 KMS HSM SOC1 TDE ELB EBS Beanstalk SGW EFS CloudWatch
  14. 14. Migration Approach & Best Practices
  15. 15. Identifying applications to move Standalone applications are easy to move Application with loosely coupled SOA based integrations are good candidates Tightly integrated application needs more planning Low hanging fruit • Dev/Test applications, self-contained web applications (LAMP stack), social media product marketing campaigns, training environments, pre-sales demo portal, software downloads, trial applications Watch out for • 32 bit, non-Linux/Windows, multi-cast (Oracle RAC), client/server applications, engineered systems (Exadata, Netezza), massive file servers, vertically challenged software/applications
  16. 16. Back of a napkin estimate: minimum information Compute : Number of servers/VMs including RAM, CPU, OS, and boot drive size (Amazon EC2) Storage mapping to transactional, backup, archival, and log/file system/applications (Amazon EBS, Amazon Glacier, and Amazon S3) Data transfer out for networking Internet or dedicated networking including security requirements (AWS Direct Connect and VPN) Region where processing is happening
  17. 17. Back of a napkin estimate: nice to have HA requirements for each workload (ELB, Route53) Scalability requirements for each workload (ELB, Route53, Auto Scaling, CloudFront) DR requirements for each workload Storage IOPS requirements for each workload Compute requirements for management/monitoring Backup requirements for each workload that can not be supported by EBS snapshots
  18. 18. Back of a napkin estimate: really nice Workload stratification file servers, security, RDBMS, ERP, big data, security, management/monitoring etc. HIPPA and PCI requirements for each workload HPC requirements for each workload Extremely high CPU, memory requirements Top third-party vendors for packaged apps IDS/IPS, WAF, management, monitoring, logging, etc.
  19. 19. Invest in proof of concept early Proof of concept will answer tons of questions and get your feet wet with AWS quickly Will help identify gaps and touch points Give you a good estimation of the migration costs Give you a good estimation of the AWS runtime costs
  20. 20. AWS Migration Planning and Execution
  21. 21. Conduct workshop Architect well-defined target infrastructure environment AWS well architected review Select automated migration tooling to support app patterns Data Center Migration Design & Planning Process Migration execution plan A well-defined target environment with well-constructed fundamental services are key success to migration factory and accelerate velocity. Solution Design Define migration sprint planning and milestones Estimate migration efforts Establish performance validation and acceptance criteria Build migration checklist and execution plan Migration Plan Conduct migration pilot – initial trial run Refine automated tools, processes, and sprint runs Validate assumption and migration checklist Refine Process
  22. 22. Data Center Migration Execution Approach Implement migration automation tools (as appropriate) Leverage high-speed data transfer solution Extend IT operating model to the cloud Performance benchmarking and validation testing
  23. 23. Data Center Migration Execution Process Prepare future state target environment Deploy core infrastructure services Setup central control source of truth - accounts, policy, credentials, & permissions Create AWS environment Prep on-premise Infrastructure readiness Capture all relevant apps/ images in sequence per prioritization report Prepare on-prem Deploy captured apps in target environment Right sizing of AWS resources Deploy into AWS Determine data migration approach to use Execute parallel run if needed Test data consistency Migrate data
  24. 24. AWS Migration Partners and Tools
  25. 25. Migration Tools Approach – Compute Host Cloning • Racemi • CliQr • DoubleTake • ATADATA DR Replication VM Conversion App Container • CloudVelox • CloudEndure • AWS VM Import • Rivermeadow • Zerto • Ravello • AppZero • C3DNA • CliQr • UShareSoft
  26. 26. AWS Direct Connect Solution Providers (Aspera, Riverbed, Tsunami, Ctera) Transfer to S3 over Internet AWS Import Export Hours Days GBs TBs VelocityofData Size of Data Large Data Migration Approach – Storage
  27. 27. Migration Approach – Databases A wide selection of partner and vendor tools for CDC and replication Oracle GoldenGate, Attunity, DBMoto, NetApp This is a placeholder text. This text can be replaced with your own text. Milestone Data Migration Mirroring Activities • Set up data migration scripts • Perform data migration • Unit testing of data migrated from source to target DB • Migrated data to target database • Asynchronous • Synchronous Table Migration • Migrate Table Schema from Source to target Database • Migrate user accounts and permissions from source to target DB • Log shipping Stored Proc & other DB objects Migration • Migrate SP, Functions and other DB objects from source to target DB • Perform unit testing of the migrated schema as per test plan
  28. 28. TCO/Resource Planning Migration/ Integration Tools Validation Tools Optimization (Performance/Cost) Discovery Tools Service Management Discover Design Migrate Integrate Validate Operate Optimize Migration ISVs Portfolio Cloud Management Service Monitoring CI/CD Analysis Design Transition Operate Improve
  29. 29. More than 2100 software available on our marketplace
  30. 30. Resources Here are some additional resources: Get started with a free trial http://aws.amazon.com/free White papers http://aws.amazon.com/whitepapers/ Reference architectures http://aws.amazon.com/architecture/ Enterprise on AWS http://aws.amazon.com/enterprise-it/ Executive-level overview : Extending Your Infrastructure to the AWS Cloud (4 minutes) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsGqu5L_PFI Simple Monthly Pricing Calculator http://calculator.s3.amazonaws.com/calc5.html TCO calculator for web applications https://awstcocalculator.com
  31. 31. « The most radical and transformative of inventions are often those that empower others to unleash their creativity – to pursue their dreams. » – Jeff Bezos Questions?

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