Microsoft Workloads on AWS

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SourceFuse: Helping enterprises save millions by modernizing their legacy Microsoft Windows workloads on AWS

Many enterprises running legacy Microsoft Windows workloads in their environment spend millions in licensing costs. These enterprises can significantly reduce or eliminate these licensing costs by modernizing their legacy applications running on Windows servers to open source and cloud-first alternatives on AWS. Founded in 2016, SourceFuse is an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner that helps enterprises […]

Datavail: Migrating and modernizing commercial databases to open-source database engines on AWS

Modernizing commercial databases on AWS helps lowers costs by eliminating punitive licensing contracts and helps improve quality, efficiency, and performance. Datavail, an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner with AWS Microsoft Workloads Competency, has successfully migrated over 200 database workloads from on premises to AWS. They also help customers modernize their migrated workloads to further reduce costs […]

Data Reply: Modernizing Legacy SQL Server Data Warehouses with AWS

For many organizations, data warehouses have traditionally resided in on-premises data centers. These organizations are now looking to free themselves from the limitations of on-premises data warehouses. Data Reply is a Reply group company, a Premier Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner that offers a broad range of advanced analytics, AI/ML, and data processing services. Data […]

SoftwareONE: Modernizing on-premises, end-of-support Microsoft workloads on AWS

Headquartered in Switzerland, SoftwareONE helps customers migrate to the cloud and modernize their applications. Its many offerings include Simple for AWS managed services to accelerate migration to the AWS Cloud and the PyraCloud platform for cloud software and spending management. SoftwareONE is an AWS Solution Provider, AWS Public Sector Partner, with AWS Migration Consulting Competency […]

Using Datadog observability features to facilitate modernizing .NET applications on AWS

Using Datadog observability features to facilitate modernizing .NET applications on AWS

By Thomas Sobolik – Technical Content Writer at Datadog       Maxim Brown – Team Lead, Technical Content Editor at Datadog       Charlie Shen – Sr. Partner Solutions Architect at AWS Modernization of .NET applications is often a meticulous process, and it benefits greatly by having full visibility into the applications’ behavior. Datadog, […]

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Venerable accelerates growth by modernizing its Mainframes on AWS

Venerable was formed as the result of a divestiture from a large US insurance business in 2018. As a new company, Venerable adopted a cloud-first strategy, which meant zero investment in establishing a mainframe infrastructure. Venerable needed to modernize a core business application for managing agent commissions. This mainframe application was known as the Agent […]

How Cloudsoft helped ASP modernize MS SQL Server workloads to Amazon Aurora to save costs and reduce operational overhead

 By Aled Sage – VP Engineering at Cloudsoft       Prasad Rao – Sr. Partner Solutions Architect at AWS ASP, an industry leading event website business, needed to modernize its Microsoft SQL Server-based Content Management System (CMS). As the company continued to evolve and grow, so did its data. ASP’s Showoff application, which provides […]

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. […]

How Pacific Magazines changed cloud providers to improve performance, increase scale, and drive innovation with AWS

Pacific Magazines (“Pacific”), the home of leading publications like marie claire, allrecipes.com, and Better Homes and Gardens, is in the middle of a transformation. The company has been seeking to move from simply publishing great content, as important as that is, to also enabling their employees to develop bold ideas. To achieve this, since 2016 […]