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Best practices for migrating Microsoft SQL Server databases to Amazon EC2 using CloudEndure

Best practices for migrating Microsoft SQL Server databases to Amazon EC2 using CloudEndure Migration

June 22, 2021: This blog post describes CloudEndure Migration. AWS Application Migration Service, the next generation of CloudEndure Migration, is now the recommended service for lift-and-shift migrations to AWS. If you have Microsoft SQL Server workloads running in an on-premises environment, you might be looking for ways to migrate to AWS with minimal or no […]

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Manage your Amazon EC2 macOS instances with AWS Systems Manager

Are you using macOS for developing, building, testing, and signing applications for Apple devices? To all the thriving community of millions of developers worldwide building applications on Apple platforms, we at AWS bring you the first ever macOS based compute environments in the public cloud. Yes, you read that right! You can now run macOS […]

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Creating ServiceNow incidents for AWS License Manager notifications

AWS License Manager streamlines the process of managing software licenses from software vendors like Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, SAP, and others across AWS and in on-premises environments. Administrators can create customized licensing rules that AWS License Manager enforces when Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances are launched. This helps you prevent licensing violations by stopping the […]

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Four ways to retrieve any AWS service property using AWS CloudFormation (Part 1 of 3)

Many of you have experience using AWS CloudFormation to automate your application deployments. As you probably know, the service supports around 600 types of resources. When you optimize your templates, you might have discovered that each of those resource types encapsulates native AWS SDK API calls to create or update each resource’s state or configuration. You […]

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