Migrating to VMware Cloud on AWS using VMware HCX
In this fundamentals course, we will learn about VMware HCX and how you can properly plan for workload migration. We will demonstrate how you can migrate workloads from your on-premises environment to VMware Cloud on AWS using different migration types, migration waves, and other VMware HCX services.
In this lesson, we will learn about the content in the course.
Workload Migration Planning
In this lesson, we will learn how to properly plan for a workload migration to VMware Cloud on AWS.
VMware HCX Overview
In this lesson, we will learn about VMware HCX, its components and services included with VMware Cloud on AWS.
VMware HCX Connectivity Options
In this lesson, we will learn about the different network connectivity options to connect your on-premises environment to a VMware Cloud on AWS SDDC and migrate your workloads with VMware HCX.
VMware HCX Migration Types
In this lesson, we will learn about the different migration types available with VMware HCX.
VMware HCX Mobility Groups
In this lesson, we will learn about migration wave planning using VMware HCX mobility groups.
VMware HCX Network Extension
In this lesson, we will learn how to extend your networks using VMware HCX when migrating workloads to VMware Cloud on AWS.
VMware HCX Mobility Optimized Networking
In this lesson, we will learn about VMware HCX Mobility Optimized Networking to limit traffic hairpinning between on-premises and VMware Cloud on AWS.
Re-IPing Workloads for Migration
In this lesson, we will learn how to change a workload IP address post-migration using VMware HCX.
VMware HCX Migration Extended Options
In this lesson, we will walk-through the different extended options post-migration, such as upgrading VMware tools and virtual hardware.
In this lesson, we will provide additional resources to help you continue your learning about VMware HCX.
As a Senior Cloud Solutions Architect in the Multi-Cloud Center of Excellence at VMware, Phoebe Kim helps customers achieve workload mobility across multiple clouds by providing multi-cloud reference architectures and migration guidance. Previously, Phoebe worked in technology consulting, where she was responsible for managing projects and leading teams of engineers. Phoebe has two VCDX certifications (network virtualization and data center virtualization) in addition to various technical certifications from AWS and Cisco.
When she is not busy with work or learning new technologies, Phoebe enjoys creating models for 3D printing and playing violin and piano at various events around the Dallas/Fort Worth area.