OpenStack Cloud Migration
ZConverter Cloud Migration supports any-to-any openstack cloud migration by ZConverter Image Migration Technology.
A big challenge for large enterprises planning to move their workloads to cloud is the fact that they deploy VMs to a cloud provider of choice, reinstall applications on that VM, then migrate data from on-premises server to the VM hosted in the cloud. Due to this complicated process, many enterprises are hesitating to migrate their workloads to OpenStack.
ZConverter Cloud Migration terminates this type of cloud migration hurdles to move workloads to OpenStack.
By a few clicks without reinstalling applications, enterprises or cloud service providers can easily migrate their workloads to OpenStack.
OpenStack Cloud Migration Process
Its automated cloud migration technology makes openstack cloud migration process extreamly simple and easy. enterprises who are running a private or public OpenStack Cloud can easily move datacenter workloads to the OpenStack cloud.(Imaging - Replication - Migration)
Step 2. Create an image of virtual or physical on-premises
Step 3. Replicate them to the OpenStack cloud
Step 4. Get them on-board the OpenStack cloud
OpenStack Cloud Platform Architecture
HPE Helion Openstack
|Disk Format||VHDx / VHDQCOW2VMDK|
|Migration||P2C ( Physical - to - Cloud )V2C ( Virtual - to - Cloud )C2C ( Cloud - to - Cloud )|
Win 2012 R2 64bit
Win 2008 R2 64bit
Win 2008 ENT 64bit
Win 2008 ENT 32bit
Win 2003 64bit
Win 2003 32bit
CentOS 4.8 32bit
CentOS 5.8 64bit
CentOS 6.3 32bit
CentOS 6.3 64bit
CentOS 6.4 32bit
CentOS 6.4 64bit
Ubuntu 10.04 32bit
Ubuntu 10.04 64bit
Ubuntu 12.04 32bit
Ubuntu 12.04 64bit
SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2 32bit
SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP2 64bit
Notice2) If a single Domain Controller (or active directory server) is running with application or database on a single server,after separating Domain Controller from the single server, you should migrate application or database to the target cloud.
OpenStack Cloud Migration White Paper
- Migrating workloads to OpenStack Private Cloud.