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5 steps for a successful large-scale cloud migration to AWS

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5 steps for a successful large-scale cloud migration to AWS

At the 2016 AWS re:Invent conference, a leader from Amazon Web Services discussed how executives can understand their readiness for a major move to the cloud.

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