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TDS Declares Cloud Migration Accelerator Offering Available on AWS Marketplace

By Cloud Computing Outlook | Tuesday, October 27, 2020

The AWS marketplace is an online software store that streamlines the procurement process for customers aspiring to find, buy, as well as immediately start utilizing software and services that run on AWS.

FREMONT, CA: TDS, a provider of leading cloud and data center migration and modernization solutions, declared that a new rapid start cloud adoption package is available on Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace. AWS customers can now buy TransitionManager, the SaaS-based IT transformation platform, with its powerful visualization and data aggregation abilities directly through AWS Marketplace, along with expert guidance from TDS. The AWS marketplace is an online software store that streamlines the procurement process for customers aspiring to find, buy, as well as immediately start utilizing software and services that run on AWS.

TDS migration experts would conduct a Move Candidate Workshop with the customer to help find out 25 low-complexity workloads that are candidates for migration to the AWS Cloud. At the end of the project, the client would have completed a successful migration and established a scalable, sustainable process that would speed up the future migration of thousands of servers to AWS Cloud. This limited offer includes a TransitionManager license for 90 days as well as consulting services from TDS to categorize up to 500 server workloads and then migrate 25 low complexity workloads to AWS utilizing the integrated TM and CloudEndure transport toolchain.

"Enterprises that purchase this new offering through AWS Marketplace will "unstick" their cloud migration initiatives, and -- maybe most important, -- gain the peace of mind that they have established a streamlined process for the future that improves the efficiency of their planning and analysis and reduces the risk of outages when they move critical business applications," stated Craig Macfarlane, CTO of TDS.

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