In a post published on the AWS Public Sector blog on July 09, Amazon’s web services featured the migration strategy and execution of the University of the West Indies as they migrated operations to AWS servers.
The project migrated more than 70 virtual machines, 10 applications, and five networks along with a total of 6TB of data and registered a 50 percent reduction in the cost of ownership.
The authors noted that “The production cutover was scheduled over a 24-hour maintenance window, but was completed in a third of that time—in only eight hours.”
“UWIOC IT team handed over the migrated system to their functional teams for final user acceptance-testing; after approval, the systems were released into production and then available to all users.”
Read the full post here.
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