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May 8, 2018

Cloudsoft on ITSM Crowd 42 – Cloud for Service Managers

It was a huge pleasure to be invited on to episode 42 of ITSM Crowd to discuss “Cloud for Service Managers”. At Cloudsoft we migrate, run […]
May 2, 2018

Press Release: Cloudsoft launches professional services for AWS Service Catalog Connector for ServiceNow

Cloudsoft launches professional services for AWS Service Catalog Connector for ServiceNow Edinburgh, UK – May 3, 2018 Cloudsoft will help enterprises integrate ServiceNow to AWS Service […]
March 27, 2018
Migration Method 4 Refactoring

Migrating to AWS Method 4 – Refactoring, aka Cloud Native

Refactoring is the most advanced method of migrating applications to the cloud, the outcome being a cloud-native application that fully exploits cloud innovation. Depending on the […]
March 27, 2018
Migration Method 3 Replatforming

Migrating to AWS Method 3 – Replatforming, aka Lift-and-Shape

Replatforming is halfway between Rehosting and Refactoring. It gives some immediate and modest cloud benefits without too much change and risk. This is the fourth in […]
March 27, 2018
Migration Method 2 Rehosting

Migrating to AWS Method 2 – Rehosting, aka Lift-and-Shift

Rehosting – aka Lift and Shift – is the relatively simple mechanism of copying application and data “bits” from outside AWS, into AWS. A classic example […]
March 27, 2018
Migration Method 1 Repurchase

Migrating to AWS Method 1 – Repurchasing, aka Drop-and-Shop

Repurchasing can be the simplest, fastest and least-risk method of running applications in the cloud. An organization can eliminate a lot of migration effort and cloud […]
March 27, 2018
The 6Rs from Discover to AWS

A Practical Guide to Understanding the 6Rs for Migration to AWS

When an organization is considering migrating an existing application to AWS they have six options to choose from – known as The 6Rs – for each […]
March 23, 2018
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Graphical wiring in application-centric blueprints

Ed: Thomas spends a lot of time making complex things easy and visual. He’s one of our top cloud engineers who develops our AMP product that […]
March 23, 2018
Customer Architecture for ALB Enhancements

Consequences of bad health checks in AWS Application Load Balancer

Ed: I’m getting a bit worried about our VP of Engineering, Aled: he is at his happiest doing cloud war games and pre-/post-mortems! This is the first […]
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