Modernizing with AWS

Figure 1 - EMP for Windows Server Migration Process

How to upgrade your legacy Windows applications to new versions of Windows Server without refactoring

By Baris Furtinalar – Sr. Microsoft Specialist SA Serdar Nevruzoglu – Solutions Architect Windows Server 2003 has been End of Support (EOS) since July 2015 and Windows Server 2008 has been EOS since January 2020. However, many customers still find themselves struggling to upgrade applications running on these EOS operating systems. The primary reason for […]

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How to run Microsoft Exchange Server on AWS using Amazon EC2

I’ve been asked, “Is it possible to run Microsoft Exchange on AWS?” Yes, it is. In this two-part blog series, I will walk you through two common architectures for running Microsoft Exchange on AWS. In this first post, I cover the architecture of running Microsoft Exchange on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) Windows instances and […]

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How Kloia used Porting Assistant for .NET to accelerate EposNow API modernization

By Turgay Özgür – Software Consultant at Kloia        Onuralp Taner – Software Consultant at Kloia        Prasad Rao – Sr. Partner Solutions Architect at AWS Many organizations must modernize their .NET Framework legacy applications to .NET Core to take advantage of the performance, cost savings, and robust ecosystem of Linux. […]

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Why you should migrate your Windows workloads with AWS (and how we can help)

You’re convinced. Your business can’t adapt quickly enough to changing customer demands while running your infrastructure on-premises; it’s time to move to the cloud. To resist is like fighting gravity. But knowing this is not the same as doing it, and your teams are experts in building and running your Windows applications on-premises. The thought […]

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Containerizing legacy ASP.NET applications using AWS App2Container (A2C)

Every day, companies are running legacy applications on top of highly scalable container architectures such as Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) and Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Services (Amazon EKS). This is because legacy applications, many of them Windows-based, can be difficult for companies to manage and often need a heavy infrastructure lift to maintain. Because many […]

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How to create Windows Server Bring-Your-Own-License AMIs from on-premises with VM Import/Export

By Garry Singh, Senior Microsoft Solutions Architect and Sepehr Samiei, Senior Microsoft Solutions Architect If you’re thinking of running your Microsoft Windows or Microsoft SQL Server applications on AWS, you’re not alone. We’ve spent 11 years helping thousands of customers run their most critical Microsoft workloads on AWS. Because we’re committed to helping you run […]

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How Arcadia.io is Responding to COVID-19 with AWS

For nearly two decades, Arcadia has specialized in the integration and normalization of health care data from a wide array of electronic health record (EHR) platforms, then enriching these sources with insurance claims and operational data, and using that data to enable customers to drive improvements in patient care quality, practice efficiency, and financial performance. […]

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How ClearScale helped SF Match modernize its Microsoft application to optimize performance

By Pavel Vasilyev, Director of Solutions Architecture, ClearScale While the speed of cloud computing is accelerating, the progress of companies using these technologies is being slowed by their own legacy applications. That was the case for SF Match, whose legacy Microsoft application was delaying their performance. For more than 40 years, SF Match has used […]

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How MyTeam11 cut costs by 80% by moving a Windows-based application to Amazon EC2

In the United States, our passionate sports fans debate which is the bigger (and better) sporting event: the Super Bowl for football, or the World Series for baseball? But as sizable fan bases go, it’s hard to beat cricket. With an estimated 2.5 billion enthusiasts worldwide, many of which live in India, cricket reigns supreme. […]

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Three ways to run SQL Server on AWS

We’ve spent over 11 years helping organizations migrate their Microsoft Windows workloads to the cloud. In fact, AWS hosts 2x more Windows workloads in the public cloud on AWS than the next cloud provider, according to IDC.¹ Our experience includes moving Microsoft SQL Server workloads from on-premises data centers and migrating workloads from other clouds. […]

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