Nowadays, companies have the necessity to transform their large, home-grown IT landscape to enable and support new digital and agile business models. The following reasons usually motivate them to change the database platform:
Organizations who have started this journey typically find it harder than expected — with more than half of migration projects being delayed or over budget, and with technology teams finding these migrations harder than expected.
They are facing different problems while trying to improve their database performance. Unclear goals, lack of planning, wrong technology choice, delivery capability and operating model, etc. — obstacles companies meet starting this process. But the knowledgeable staff of the DB Best company is always here to share their experience and solve your problems for you!
Our experienced specialist will share his knowledge with the audience. Visit the webinar to learn what challenges you can face performing large-scale migration and how to complete them.
Peter grew up in Denmark, son of a farmer turned newspaper editor, and a banking adviser. Before emigrating to America, he worked on software user interfaces and databases for applications in CAD, Workflow modeling and Stockbroker terminals.
Later in the US, he worked on document management, telecom, monitoring and mediation software at Marconi and. Then he worked at Microsoft for a few years making solutions for TechNet, Visual Studio and a fun stint at Microsoft Research.
At DB Best, Peter heads up the Platform Migration practice which helps customers migrate from one software platform to another, including the Azure, AWS and GCP clouds. This work is full of customer conversations, to uncover the details and pitfalls of legacy IT systems, to plan a path forward. With over 200 project engagements every year, DB Best sees all sorts of different systems, many for the first time. The job is often more about ramping up on something new, than walking down a well-worn path.
Peter lives with his wife on a little horse farm outside Seattle.
Don’t miss your chance to acquire the wisdom of a person who negotiated a great path to become a figurehead of an IT company! Learn about the inner kitchen where the complicated dish of a massive migration is cooking. Be aware of how professionals solve large-scale problems and do it yourself.
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Nothing and nobody will ambush you cuz you are ready for everything. The webinar will uncover the problems you can face performing large-scale data migration and teach you a few things:
Despite all this rapid change in the computing industry, we are still at the beginning of the digital revolution.Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft
What’s dangerous is not to evolve, not to invent, not to improve the customer experience.Jeff Bezos, CEO of Amazon
Adopting cloud technologies to help customers modernize their systems is the best mission for DB Best.Dmitry Balin, Managing Partner at DB Best
People who take risk intelligently can usually actually make a lot more progress than people who don’t.Reid Hoffman, Executive Chairman at LinkedIn
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As a prominent cloud solutions architect, Peter Skjøtt Larsen worked with multiple world-class customers and partners. Most of these projects are under NDA. However, some of the most significant projects, Peter described in his blog posts: