A high percentage of cloud migrations fail, or at a minimum, some migrated applications must be moved back on premise. This often happens because legacy applications are developed about LAN connections and assume a short distance between client and server.
The failures are costly and embarrassing to enterprise IT teams. Armed with the knowledge of the available tools and proper pre-migration testing, these risk can be removed.
During this webinar, you will find out how the integration between Apposite and NeoLoad provide a breakthrough solution to successfully move applications to the cloud.
You will also learn about:
- Why migrations fail more often than they should
- The tools and solutions available to guarantee success
- How to measure the actual responsiveness of applications within a test network before migration
Henrik is Performance Engineer at Neotys, a leading provider of load testing software. He has been orchestrating and conducting performance tests for over 10 years, delivering projects in all contexts including extremely large Cloud testing on the most demanding business areas such as trading applications, Video on Demand, sports websites, etc.
Prior to Neotys, Henrik worked as .NET architect for Logica and Performance testing expert on large accounts in a variety of industries including insurance, car industry, retail and energy. Amongst the numerous initiatives he worked on, Henrik has built the performance Center of Excellence (CoE) handling load testing of all the European branches of a major insurance company.
Joseph is VP of product management at Apposite. He has over 20 years of experience in wireless and IP networking, from both development and product management sides. He has extensive knowledge and a global perspective of the networking/cloud market, as well as, the test and measurement industry.
Prior to joining Apposite, Joseph held executive positions at both Ixia and Spirent, leading Enterprise Networking, Storage Networking, and Wireless Infrastructure product lines. He has authored three books on emerging technologies, the last on the virtualization of mobile data networks. He has a Juris Docorate from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, CA.