In the first post of this series you could learn something about the basics, advantages and differentiators of Open Telekom Cloud. (You should check out the post before you follow up on this one if not done yet already.) In this continuation I move on with details on how you could make VMs work well on Open Telekom Cloud. The general questions I want to provide answers for remain the same for this part as well:
- Do you wonder how to make use of T-Systems’ Public Cloud (IaaS - Infrastructure as a Service) offering Open Telekom Cloud for your future workloads? Do you wonder as well how you could migrate your existing workloads from another infrastructure like AWS to Open Telekom Cloud?
And just to remember before I proceed with the fun stuff: With this series of posts I do explicitly focus on the general technical considerations to make applications work well on Open Telekom Cloud and take advantage of its benefits. Every cloud adoption project will involve several other phases and implications like analyzing business requirements, efforts to adopt an application that it works well on a Public Cloud, organizational changes and of course cost. All these aspects can be individual and complex and thus will not be touched be me in this blog.