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Category: AWS Schema Conversion Tool

Figure 1. A modernized microservices-based rearchitecture

Modernization pathways for a legacy .NET Framework monolithic application on AWS

Organizations aim to deliver optimal technological solutions based on their customers’ needs. Although they may be at any stage in their cloud adoption journey, businesses often end up managing and building monolithic applications. However, there are many challenges to this solution. The internal structure of a monolithic application makes it difficult for developers to maintain code. […]

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Replication across three Availability Zones with Amazon Aurora DB cluster

Selecting the right database and database migration plan for your workloads

There has been a tectonic shift in the approach to hosting enterprise workloads. Companies are rapidly moving from on-premises data centers to cloud-based services. The driving factor has been the ability to innovate faster on the cloud. Your transition to cloud can be straightforward, but it does go beyond the usual ‘lift-and-shift’ approach. To start […]

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AWS SCT migration approach

Migrating Microsoft APS PDW to Amazon Redshift Cloud Data Warehouse

Before cloud data warehouses (CDWs), many organizations used hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) for data analytics. HCIs pack storage, compute, networking, and management capabilities into a single “box” that you can plug into your data centers. However, because of its legacy architecture, an HCI is limited in how much it can scale storage and compute and continue […]

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