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AWS Cloud Adoption Framework (AWS CAF) offers structure to help organizations develop an efficient and effective plan for their cloud adoption journey. Guidance and best-practices prescribed within the framework can help you build a comprehensive approach to cloud computing across your organization, throughout your IT lifecycle.

Get Started: Learn how to apply AWS CAF for your business and explore resources such as videos and whitepapers to help you get started.
Download Overview: Overview of the AWS Cloud Adoption Framework
Review Perspectives: Learn about key areas of focus to help you plan your journey to cloud, and download detailed whitepapers.

 

Kellogg’s is using AWS to increase reliability, improve performance, and conduct faster replication of its mission-critical SAP environments. Kellogg’s is a renowned, 100-year-old consumer foods company that selected AWS to help reduce the costs and overhead associated with managing its traditional IT infrastructure. A key step in Kellogg’s cloud journey was migrating its Asia Pacific SAP environment running on Oracle to AWS with zero unplanned downtime across five countries and leveraging multiple availability zones. Moving forward, Kellogg’s is planning future SAP deployments in Europe and moving other strategic applications to the AWS cloud. 


Suncorp Group, a leading Australian financial services organization, wanted to dream big and innovate without restriction to revitalize its complex and expensive IT environment. After a successful migration of mission-critical applications to AWS, the company plans to migrate 2,000 applications to the cloud.


General Electric (GE) is migrating more than 9,000 workloads, including 300 disparate ERP systems, to AWS while reducing its datacenter footprint from 34 to four over the next three years. The company is the world’s Digital Industrial Company, transforming industry with software-defined machines and solutions that are connected, responsive, and predictive. Jim Fowler, General Electric's chief information officer, noting that GE has been around for 140 years, says, "AWS is our trusted partner that is going to run our company for the next 140 years.” As an example, the GE Oil & Gas division has started this journey by migrating more than half of its core applications to AWS while achieving a 52 percent reduction in its total cost of ownership.