This article provides how we can make use of CloudCenter’s brownfield import and action library with Rivermeadow migration to move Virtual Machines to AWS from vCenter
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Moving applications to cloud can be overwhelming, customers want to move to cloud with near zero downtime. Business continuity is critical.
With latest release of Cisco’s CloudCenter you can discover existing virtual machines using Brownfield import feature. Imported VMs comes under the management domain of CloudCenter. Once imported the virtual machines can be governed, metered likewise. Action library feature in CloudCenter enhances the brownfield import feature by enabling day N operations on Brownfield and Greenfield deployments.
Rivermeadow moves Virtual Machines to different cloud like AWS, vCenter. Integrating Rivermeadow migration with CloudCenter gives users the ability to move the VMs.
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