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Accelerate your mainframe migration to AWS

   

Cloud has emerged as the new normal for enterprises looking to migrate workloads, take advantage of agility, and benefit from the cost models that come with it. With multiple cloud service providers today, the scale and security of Amazon Web Services (AWS) make it the ideal environment for migrating existing mainframe or other legacy workloads.

  • What does it really mean to migrate mainframe and legacy workloads?
  • What are the various migration approaches available?
  • What architecture patterns does AWS Cloud offer, that can be employed to take advantage of scale, security and flexibility ?
  • What are the infrastructure requirements to be considered?

Download this joint whitepaper by Infosys and AWS to find answers to these, realize benefits in addition to just cost savings, and a lot more.

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Mohammed Rafee Tarafdar
Mohammed Rafee Tarafdar

VP and Unit Technology Officer - Global Delivery, Infosys Ltd.

Rafee is a Unit Technology Officer within Global Delivery at Infosys. In this role, he leads Enterprise Architecture consulting across industry segments, driving technology strategy, enterprise architecture and technology solutions for large and complex transformation programs. Legacy Modernization has been one of his key focus areas and he has actively been working with clients in modernizing their IT landscapes.

Erik Farr
Erik Farr

Senior Solution Architect, Amazon Web Services Partner Team

Erik Farr is a Senior Solution Architect on the AWS Partner Team supporting Global System Integrators, specifically Infosys. He joined AWS in early 2015 after many years of leading an AWS Cloud practice for a large partner and working on solution design, presales and delivery for multiple projects. His passion for helping customers and partners with system migrations onto the AWS Cloud has lead him to working with Infosys on their mainframe migration approach.

To get started, please send in your queries to modernization@infosys.com

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