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How Evernote Made the Transition to Google Cloud – Find Out Thursday

At Enterprise Cloud News's inaugural webinar, you can find out how the information service made the journey from its own data center to Google Cloud.

Mitch Wagner

April 18, 2017

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How Evernote Made the Transition to Google Cloud – Find Out Thursday

Join us Thursday when you'll get a chance to hear from Evernote itself about how it made a 70-day transition from its own data centers to Google Cloud Platform.

At an April 20 webinar, Ben McCormack, Evernote vice president of operations, will bring you the perspective from IT operations, describing the good and bad of the experience. You'll find out why Evernote made the transition, what it was like on the frontlines and how it's been since. Evernote Corp. managed to do it all without disrupting service to the 200 million people (including me) who rely on it to keep track of everything from business documents to ephemera and extemporanea. (See Evernote Gives Itself High Fives, Completes Migration to Google Cloud, Evernote Wrapping Up Google Cloud Migration, Looking Ahead to Machine Learning and Why the Evernote Elephant Packed Its Trunk for Google Cloud.)

The free webinar is 2:00 p.m. EDT/11:00 a.m. PDT, Thursday, April 20.

Evernote's Journey to the Cloud

You'll need to register, but that's easy, and the one-time registration (also free) gets you access to Enterprise Cloud News resources, including future webinars, current and future special reports and access to leave comments on articles and features.

We're looking forward to seeing you Thursday, April 20.

— Mitch Wagner Follow me on Twitter Visit my LinkedIn profile Visit my blog Friend me on Facebook Editor, Enterprise Cloud News

Figure 1: Photo by Jo Fothergill (CC BY-SA 2.0) Photo by Jo Fothergill (CC BY-SA 2.0)

About the Author(s)

Mitch Wagner

Executive Editor, Light Reading

San Diego-based Mitch Wagner is many things. As well as being "our guy" on the West Coast (of the US, not Scotland, or anywhere else with indifferent meteorological conditions), he's a husband (to his wife), dissatisfied Democrat, American (so he could be President some day), nonobservant Jew, and science fiction fan. Not necessarily in that order.

He's also one half of a special duo, along with Minnie, who is the co-habitor of the West Coast Bureau and Light Reading's primary chewer of sticks, though she is not the only one on the team who regularly munches on bark.

Wagner, whose previous positions include Editor-in-Chief at Internet Evolution and Executive Editor at InformationWeek, will be responsible for tracking and reporting on developments in Silicon Valley and other US West Coast hotspots of communications technology innovation.

Beats: Software-defined networking (SDN), network functions virtualization (NFV), IP networking, and colored foods (such as 'green rice').

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