Evernote migrates data to Google Cloud Platform

Notes platform Evernote has announced plans to migrate its complete data infrastructure from its own servers and networks onto Google’s Cloud. In an official blog post, Ben McCormack, VP of Operations at Evernote, wrote that following a thorough research and review period it was concluded that a cloud solution was a clear requirement for improving performance, security, efficiency and scalability in the future. Evernote has until now owned, managed and maintained its own data centres. The servers currently host about three petabytes of data from over 200 million Evernote users. While having its own personal infrastructure allowed for tailored configuration, according to McCormack the system was expensive, slow to upgrade and difficult to scale. He suggested that moving to Google Cloud will allow the company to focus more time and…


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