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Category: CloudEndure Migration

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Migrate on-premises workloads to AWS Outposts using CloudEndure Migration

Historically, customers have been unable to migrate certain on-premises servers or applications to the cloud due to low latency or data sovereignty requirements. Often, it’s because these applications must generate real-time data or communicate with systems that are on-premises. This is often addressed with custom solutions that include a high total cost of ownership due […]

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Migrate from GCP and Azure to AWS using CloudEndure Migration

Sometimes the first cloud provider a company chooses is not the best long-term fit. Choosing a cloud provider is typically based on a number of business factors, such as cost, reliability, security, compatibility, or a specific feature. But business environments are always changing. It may be that the business needs and priorities have changed, and […]

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Migrating your Microsoft Windows clusters to AWS using CloudEndure Migration

Many organizations leverage Windows Server Failover Cluster (WSFC) with shared storage to build a group of servers that work together. This enables them to increase the availability of their applications and services, ensuring that they serve their own customers effectively and that they consistently remain fully operational. Customers often migrate their clusters to AWS to […]

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Interacting with the CloudEndure API using Postman

When managing a disaster recovery (DR) project or migration at scale, it can often be time intensive to set up and maintain the necessary infrastructure and settings. Leaning on APIs for automation and scalability can reduce the time cost necessary to manage these efforts. Amazon’s CloudEndure service offers two products that work seamlessly with APIs: […]

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Migrating workloads across AWS Regions with CloudEndure Migration

AWS customers are in various stages of their cloud journey. Frequently, enterprises begin that journey by rehosting (lift-and-shift migrating) their on-premises workloads into AWS and running on our Amazon EC2 instances. Many of these customers perform that rehosting using CloudEndure Migration, our cloud-native migration tool. However, this rehosting migration pattern with CloudEndure Migration can also […]

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