Evernote's Journey to the Cloud

Date: Thursday, April 20, 2017
Time: 2:00 p.m. New York / 11:00 a.m. California
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Mitch Wagner, Editor, Enterprise Cloud News/Light Reading

Ben McCormack, VP Operations, Evernote

Like many enterprises, Evernote was motivated by business transformation to move to the cloud. Evernote took 70 days to move from its own data centers and infrastructure to Google Cloud Platform, and did it all without disrupting service to the 200 million people who rely on Evernote to keep track of everything from business documents to recipes. To make the transition, Evernote had to move 5 billion notes and 5 billion attachments, comprising more than 3 petabytes of data.

In this webinar, you'll find out how Evernote made the transition to Google Cloud Platform, the benefits it's seeing, the problems it encountered along the way, and how it resolved those problems or didn't. You'll also learn how Evernote is looking to take advantage of Google's services, including machine learning.



Mitch Wagner, Editor, Enterprise Cloud News/Light Reading
Journalist Mitch Wagner tracks technology and business developments for enterprise and service provider network operators. He was previously Editor in Chief at Internet Evolution and Executive Editor at InformationWeek.

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Ben McCormack, VP Operations, Evernote
Ben McCormack is the VP of Operations at Evernote, responsible for running a cross-platform, multi-device service for more than 200 million users around the world. Ben is currently focused on moving the entire Evernote infrastructure and more than 13 billion unique digital entities from in-house run and managed data centers into the public cloud.

For more than 15 years, Ben has helped leading service providers in the US and Europe manage and deliver cloud, security and database services. A graduate of the University of Surrey, Ben has worked on three continents, including the last three years in North America.

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