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Tech Tuesday #07: Virtual Machine SPF Migration to AWS using Hybr

Tech Tuesday #07: Virtual Machine SPF Migration to AWS using Hybr

Author: Nasir r/Friday, August 9, 2019/Categories: Tech Tuesday

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In the previous session, we discussed about how Hybr is capable of connecting to SPF and VConnect environment and discovering all the virtual machines (VM).


In this session, Mr. Vadivel a software engineer will elaborate on how Hybr is capable of migrating all discovered virtual machines on to an available target cloud platform. At the time of new migration creating resource type, the source platform is well explained for the better user understanding of connection types. 

More features like selecting resources from multiple other VMs, target platform from migration wizard - types of platforms can be chosen. AWS will be selected and the target platform network connection can be updated. He discusses about AWS target selection, storage bucket customization, and submission request, etc.

This is a great opportunity for the viewers to get to know more about VM - SPF migration to AWS and discuss other important queries.

If you have any further queries or clarification kindly reach out to us support@cloudassert.com

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