Category: AWS Database Migration Service
One of the biggest advantages of VMware Cloud on AWS is that it can readily integrate with other AWS services. That gives you countless ways to elevate your workloads. If you’re amassing data in your databases over time and are looking for novel ways to glean fresh insights out of it, using Amazon Redshift and Amazon QuickSight is an easy and accessible way to achieve it. This post describes how to get more out of existing data residing inside your databases running in VMware Cloud on AWS.
Customers that have decided to embark on a cloud transformation of their applications typically need to create detailed plans on how to secure business continuity during the migration period. Learn how MYCOM OSI was able to design workload migrations for its suite of Experience Assurance and Analytics (EAA) applications from on-premises private data center environments into a SaaS model based on AWS.
Change Data Capture (CDC) is the technique of systematically tracking incremental change in data at the source, and subsequently applying these changes at the target to maintain synchronization. You can implement CDC in diverse scenarios using a variety of tools and technologies. Here, Cognizant uses a hypothetical retailer with a customer loyalty program to demonstrate how CDC can synchronize incremental changes in customer activity with the main body of data already stored about a customer.
Some Oracle workloads, such as Oracle Real Application Cluster (RAC) or WebLogic application clusters, have specific networking and storage requirements, which can be met with VMware Cloud on AWS. This post details the various considerations and migration options users have for Oracle workloads. Specifically, we examine in-depth how to migrate an Oracle database from an on-premises environment to AWS using AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS).