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Kellogg’s Migration to the AWS Cloud with Near-Zero Downtime

Kellogg’s Migration to the AWS Cloud with Near-Zero Downtime

SNP
Published by: Research Desk Released: Apr 16, 2021

“Thanks to SNP, we were able to go live on AWS with a total project time of less than six months and in under four hours downtime. More than 1,600 users in five markets with near zero downtime and on an accelerated timeline were migrated.“

The Kellogg Company is an American multinational food manufacturing company headquartered in Battle Creek, Michigan, United States and was founded in 1906, when founder W.K. Kellogg and his brother accidentally flaked wheat berry – he kept experimenting until he flaked corn, which led him to the recipe for the famous Kellogg’s Corn Flakes. Kellogg’s produces 1,600 consumables in 18 countries and markets them in more than 180. 2016 reported net sales totaled $13 billion.