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Running your modern CoreWCF application on AWS
In this blog post, we will show you how to deploy a CoreWCF application on an Amazon Linux Graviton2 instance. Also, we will provide a sample application that integrates with Amazon CloudWatch. This approach of running CoreWCF applications on Linux and integration with other AWS services gives customers the ability to improve performance, increase security, […]
Port legacy VB.NET applications to .NET 6.0 with Porting Assistant for .NET
Since its release in 2002, Visual Basic .NET (VB.NET) has been a popular choice for software developers creating Windows-based applications. With the release of .NET 6.0, some exciting changes are available for developers. This version of .NET boasts some amazing features that are sure to make your applications faster, more reliable, and easier to maintain. […]
How to set up Microsoft Visual Studio on Amazon EC2
AWS recently announced the general availability of license-included Visual Studio software on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances.
This offering is made possible by the new user-based subscriptions feature of AWS License Manager. Let’s review steps needed to set up your license-included Visual Studio software on an Amazon EC2 instance.
Amazon FSx for Windows File Server and AWS Managed Microsoft AD Multi-Administrator Deployment
In this blog post, I will demonstrate how to configure your Amazon FSx for Windows File Server and AWS Managed Microsoft Active Directory (AD) to give separate teams administrative control over each individual Amazon FSx for Windows File Server. I was working with a customer that deployed Amazon FSx for Windows File Server with AWS […]
How CoStar reduced compute costs by 90% through modernizing legacy .NET Applications with AWS Serverless
This is a guest post from Mark Osborn, Principal Software Engineer at CoStar Group. CoStar Group is the leading provider of commercial real estate information in the world. You might know some of our more famous online marketplaces like Apartments.com or LoopNet. Dealing with commercial real estate information means handling a lot of high-fidelity photographs, […]
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, […]