How Evernote Made the Transition to Google Cloud – Find Out Thursday
Join us Thursday when you'll get a chance to hear from Evernote itself about how it made a 70-day transition from its own data centers to Google Cloud Platform.
At an April 20 webinar, Ben McCormack, Evernote vice president of operations, will bring you the perspective from IT operations, describing the good and bad of the experience. You'll find out why Evernote made the transition, what it was like on the frontlines and how it's been since.
Evernote Corp. managed to do it all without disrupting service to the 200 million people (including me) who rely on it to keep track of everything from business documents to ephemera and extemporanea. (See Evernote Gives Itself High Fives, Completes Migration to Google Cloud, Evernote Wrapping Up Google Cloud Migration, Looking Ahead to Machine Learning and Why the Evernote Elephant Packed Its Trunk for Google Cloud.)
The free webinar is 2:00 p.m. EDT/11:00 a.m. PDT, Thursday, April 20.
Evernote's Journey to the Cloud
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We're looking forward to seeing you Thursday, April 20.
— Mitch Wagner
Editor, Enterprise Cloud News
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