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Get started quickly with .NET with Amazon ECS on AWS Fargate using Quick Starts

This is the second part of a blog post series exploring AWS Quick Starts for .NET. In this post, you will learn how you can use the CI/CD for .NET Applications on AWS Fargate Quick Start. It will help you get started developing .NET applications with Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) on AWS Fargate, […]

Get started with .NET Development on AWS using Quick Starts

This is the first part of a blog series dedicated to getting started with .NET development on AWS using AWS Quick Starts for .NET. We will introduce you to an automated reference deployment, the .NET Development Environment Quick Start. It reduces the manual steps needed to set up a .NET development environment on AWS so […]

Modernizing ASP.NET Web Forms applications to Blazor using Porting Assistant for .NET

ASP.NET Web Forms has been a part of the .NET Framework since its initial release in 2002 and continues to power many web applications today. Customers want to modernize these applications to ASP.NET Core to realize cost savings, enhance performance, and increased agility. However, the .NET team confirmed that Web Forms will not be ported to ASP.NET Core. This means […]

Deploying SQL Server Always Encrypted with secure enclaves on Amazon EC2 bare metal instances

Always Encrypted with secure enclaves is an encryption technology available in SQL Server 2019, which allows rich computations on encrypted data. With increased focus on data protection, this feature helps customers to protect sensitive data, such as credit card numbers or national identification numbers (for example, U.S. social security numbers) stored in SQL Server databases. […]

How Tyler Technologies improved access to justice during the COVID-19 pandemic using .NET on AWS

By Zovin Khanmohammed – Software Architect at Tyler Technologies     Arun Krishnaswamy – Sr. Solutions Architect at AWS (Tyler Technologies, Inc. (NYSE: TYL) is the largest provider of software to the United States public sector. The end-to-end solutions that Tyler provides empower the public sector to create smarter, safer, and stronger communities.) This blog post […]

Announcing AWS Microservice Extractor for .NET

These days customers are increasingly looking to modernize internally developed applications. These applications could be internet facing products, which were developed as monolithic applications, or applications designed to help with internal processes. Customers seeking to modernize applications have a variety of goals that include making their applications more stable, and moving to newer technologies such […]

How AWS Microservice Extractor for .NET helps Kloia accelerate the modernization journey of their customers

By Prasad Rao – Sr. Partner Solutions Architect at AWS     Ekin Barut – Software Consultant at Kloia Legacy monolithic .NET Framework applications are common in many organizations. Splitting a monolith application into smaller fine-grained microservices is an important part of the modernization journey for these organizations. Modernizing monolith application by converting to microservices […]

Build Your Windows and .NET on AWS Skills at re:Invent 2021

This post is written by Tom McCafferty, Principal Product Marketing. Join us at AWS re:Invent 2021 – Nov 29th – Dec 3rd – to accelerate migration and modernization of your Microsoft workloads. This year the Windows Track will focus on how to maximize the performance of on-premises workloads on AWS, improve security and identity capabilities […]

Reducing the operational cost of containerized Windows applications with AWS App2Container support for Windows on AWS Fargate

In July of 2020, AWS announced support for automating the conversion and deployment of IIS-based Windows applications to Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), or AWS App Runner using the AWS App2Container tool. In the time since that initial announcement, App2Container has been enhanced to support more complex architectures […]

Modernizing legacy WCF applications to CoreWCF using Porting Assistant for .NET

Many organizations have legacy Windows Communication Framework (WCF) based applications that they have been running for several years on Windows platform. These customers want to modernize to .NET Core to take advantage of the performance, cost savings, and robust ecosystem of Linux. Today, we announced support of porting WCF application to CoreWCF in Porting Assistant for […]