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RDX’s October Webinar to Focus on Cloud Database Migration Impacts

PITTSBURGH –October 15, 2018 – RDX, the leader of remote data infrastructure services, will be presenting Cloud DB Systems’ Hidden Impact on IT as its October RDX Insights Series webinar on Thursday, October 25th, at 2 PM ET/11 AM PT. Hosted by RDX VP of Delivery Strategies and Technologies, Chris Foot, the webinar will focus on the common challenges associated with switching to a cloud database management solution, key factors to take into consideration before the migration and best practices for ensuring a smooth transition.

 

While cloud database management systems can be cost-effective and efficient options for many, migrating to a cloud environment will change the way an organization’s IT department operates. “The impact cloud systems have on organizations is far greater than most shops realize,” said Chris. “The cloud is an architecture that requires changes to organizational roles and responsibilities, staff training, policies and procedures, application design, change management, security/auditing and in-house support toolsets. We’ll be discussing these changes during the webinar while utilizing Amazon and Microsoft environments as examples throughout the presentation so that attendees can gain a better understanding of how to best prepare themselves for a cloud migration.”

 

“RDX has migrated dozens of on-premises databases to the cloud,” said RDX Chief Revenue Officer, Rob Brown. “Through our experiences, we’ve learned how to best overcome the common challenges organizations encounter when they’re preparing for and undergoing a cloud migration. We want to not only help attendees determine which cloud database management system is best for their business needs, but we also want to help them have a trouble-free migration process.”

 

To register for Cloud DB Systems’ Hidden Impact on IT, please visit RDX’s registration page. Attendance is free, but space is limited.

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