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Join AWS Experts for a Virtual Series on Running Microsoft Workloads on AWS

Microsoft-Workloads-AWS-Series-1Customers have been running Windows workloads on Amazon Web Services (AWS) for more than a decade. We run nearly 2x more Windows Server instances than the next largest cloud provider, according to an IDC report.

Our experience running Windows applications has earned customers’ trust, and the number of AWS enterprise customers using Amazon EC2 for Windows Server has grown 5x since 2015.

To help AWS Partner Network (APN) Partners learn about running Microsoft workloads on AWS, we have designed a new series of Microsoft-focused virtual events. Each event consists of presentations and hands-on labs, executed in a small group setting of up to 15 attendees per session, and a maximum length of three hours.

Each event includes multiple sessions running from April 20 to June 26, 2020.

The sessions will enable you to build high-quality solutions, implement AWS best practices, and help your customers run Microsoft workloads on the AWS. Join us to see why customers are choosing AWS, which offers the broadest and deepest set of services than any cloud provider.

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Virtual Event Series 1: Migrating Microsoft Workloads to AWS

Learn how to help customers migrate their on-premises Microsoft workloads to AWS in two complimentary virtual sessions. Join AWS experts as we cover the services and solutions designed for Microsoft workloads.

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Virtual Event Series 2: Migrating SQL Server to AWS

Join AWS for three complimentary virtual sessions to learn about running SQL Server on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) and Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) and why it matters for your clients. Dive deep on helping customers leverage AWS to build, deploy, and manage SQL Server quickly, securely, and cost-effectively.

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Virtual Event Series 3: Modernizing SQL Server on AWS

Are you interested in helping customers lower their Microsoft SQL Server costs while modernizing their databases infrastructure? Join AWS for four complimentary virtual sessions to find out more about modernizing SQL Server.

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Virtual Event Series 4: Modernizing .NET Applications on AWS

In these three complimentary virtual sessions, we’ll explore how to help customers modernize their .NET Applications on AWS. Join AWS experts to learn why Amazon Web Services is the best place to modernize your customers’ .NET applications.

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Virtual Event Series 5: Running .NET Applications on AWS

Join AWS experts as we cover the depth and breadth of .NET support on Amazon Web Services. Over the course of three complementary virtual sessions, you will learn how to leverage AWS services to manage infrastructure and deploy your customers’ .NET applications.

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About Windows on AWS

Customers can select from a number of Windows Server versions including the latest version, Windows Server 2019. In addition, AWS supports everything you need to build and run Windows applications, including Active Directory, .NET, System Center, Microsoft SQL Server, Visual Studio and Windows desktop-as-a-service.

AWS also has the first and only fully managed native-Windows file system available in the cloud with FSx for Windows File Server and is the only cloud provider to provide production support for Kubernetes on Windows.

Learn more about running Microsoft workloads on AWS >>