There are a lot of reasons why customers are migrating to the cloud. Some are migrating to the cloud to increase the productivity of their workforce. We also see a lot of companies with a data center consolidation or rationalization projects migrating to the cloud, especially those that are preparing for an acquisition, divestiture, or have otherwise experienced infrastructure sprawl over the years. Additionally, there are companies that are looking to completely re-imagine their business using modern technology as part of a larger digital transformation program. And of course, organizations are always looking for ways to improve the bottom line by reducing their costs.
Modernizing your applications is an inevitable aspect of doing business. With AWS, you get to decide on how to migrate your applications and at what pace, leveraging the industry’s most reliable infrastructure with the deepest set of services. When deploying AWS, organizations can reduce payback periods to 6 months and reduce total cost of ownership (TCO) by 64%. With AWS your applications migration plans are based on your business needs and not agreements or licensing. For example, with AWS you can lift and shift applications, refactor them or fully re-platform them, making the choice that best suits your organization.
Run SAP on AWS to accelerate your digital transformation. AWS can help you move faster, operate more securely, and save substantial costs, all while benefitting from the scale and performance of the cloud.
Read the ebook: Optimize Your SAP Environment by Migrating to AWS, and learn how to accelerate your digital transformation and deliver new business value for your organization.
By running on AWS, Brooks Brothers can now spin up instances in a matter of hours. It would previously take weeks to set up a test environment on SAP HANA. Learn more »
By moving SAP HANA to AWS. Kellogg’s will save $900,000 in IT costs over 5 years, and will speed deployment by 90% compared with traditional data center solutions. Learn more »
Visy has increased the performance of its business-critical SAP environment by moving to AWS—increasing database and application performance by 28% and 46%, respectively. Learn more »
Seaco cut its IT hosting and maintenance costs by 50%, dramatically improved performance of its SAP applications, and reduced the time it takes to complete its monthly billing process by 75%. Learn more »
Brigade Group can easily scale up the SAP S/4HANA environment to meet business needs. TCO is expected to be reduced by 25% over 5 years, and speed of business reporting has increased by 20%. Learn more »
Using AWS, Mitsui Coal Holdings ensures 99.99% uptime for its SAP S/4HANA environment and delivers key-performance-indicator reports in seconds. Learn more »
BP’s Information & Technology Services has seen significant savings in annual licensing, support and maintenance costs by running the lubricants SAP ECC system on AWS. Learn more »
Running SAP on AWS, Ayala Land saves 24% on IT as compared to deployment with on-premises data centers, and improves processing speed for report generation by 40%. Learn more »
By migrating to AWS, Concepcion Industrial Corporation reduced its IT costs by up to 50% and increased the number of IT projects it completes each year by 40%. Learn more »
Larsen & Toubro Infotech built its SAP S/4HANA infrastructure on AWS in a matter of weeks and transferred data from its on-premises data center to the AWS environments in just days. Learn more »
Since SEAOIL started running its business critical applications on AWS, their provisioning of new environments has reduced from six weeks to a week. In addition, availability levels are running well above 99.5%. Learn more »
Zalora uses AWS services to refresh their SAP S/4HANA environment in a serverless manner. This automation with AWS services has helped them reduce their SAP system refresh time from five to two days. Learn more »
Customers have been running Windows applications on AWS for over a decade. Our experience running Windows applications has earned our customers’ trust and the number of AWS customers using Amazon EC2 for Windows Server has grown 5x since 2015. You can select from a number of Windows Server versions including the latest version, Windows Server 2019. In addition, AWS supports everything you need to build and run Windows applications including Active Directory, .NET, System Center, Microsoft SQL Server, Visual Studio, and the only fully managed file storage service available in the cloud with FSx for Windows.
Read the ebook: Architecting for the Future: Benefits of Running Microsoft Workloads on AWS, and learn how you can maintain and strengthen competitive advantage, deliver superior value for your customers, and remove constraints of legacy technology by moving your applications to the cloud.
Sysco migrated its mainframe environment to Windows Server on AWS and improved Windows workload stability and performance. Learn more »
By running Microsoft SQL Server on AWS, Hess Corporation was able to separate their business systems and data for potential buyers in six months as compared to on-prem which would have taken at least twice as long. Learn more »
InfoSpace was able to complete a full data center migration, including its Microsoft Windows stack, within 6 months while supporting an over 30% increase in traffic. Learn more »
GPT has nearly moved its entire datacenter to the cloud, including SharePoint, SQL Server and Active Directory for lower costs, better security, consistent performance and quicker response to growth opportunities. Learn more »
By running on AWS, Dole Foods can now launch a new Microsoft SharePoint website in minutes. Their migration to the AWS Cloud saved approximately $350,000 in operating expenses. Learn more »
By moving to AWS, Kim Teng Cheong was able to maintain a lean IT staff base of only three employees and grow their business without worrying about server costs, hardware maintenance, or unexpected delays. Learn more »
Xero saves 30% on their SQL server licensing costs by bringing their own Windows Server Datacenter Edition and SQL Server Enterprise Edition licenses to AWS leveraging Amazon EC2 Dedicated Hosts. Learn more »
By moving to AWS, 30Shine customers managed to save up to 50% of their time when making an appointment during weekends, leading to a 60% performance increase. Learn more »
Using AWS has enabled MyTalent to be more agile and innovative. Previously, it took MyTalent 2-3 days to release a new feature, but with the new productivity improvements, new features are release in 12 hours. Learn more »
Nicobar reduces IT costs of its ERP solution by 10% through engaging with AWS and adopting Amazon RDS for PostgreSQL. The company runs its Microsoft Dynamics NAV environment on AWS. Learn more »
Redlily migrated its Microsoft NAV enterprise resource planning (ERP) system to AWS. After doing so, Redlily reduced its IT capital and operational expenses by 70%, and increased its ERP website uptime from 80% to 99% over a three-year period. Learn more »
As the cloud continues to drive down the cost of storage and compute, a new generation of applications have emerged, creating a new set of requirements for your IT infrastructure. To support these requirements, gain agility and deliver business value, you need to modernize your IT infrastructure and handle the specific needs of your applications.
Managing databases to run at scale, with high availability and reliability is difficult, time consuming and expensive. AWS provides a portfolio of fully managed, high performance, and cost effective databases that can help. With AWS Database Migration Service, you can migrate your databases and data warehouses to AWS with no downtime.
FINRA moved about 90% of its data volumes to AWS. It used AWS to capture, analyze, and store a daily influx of 37 billion records. Learn more »
Shine Technologies migrated their applications to AWS and chose Amazon RDS for Oracle Database resulting in 50% cost savings over a 3-year period. Learn more »
Globe uses services such as Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS and AWS Lambda for its daily business workloads and processes. They enjoyed tremendous savings of close to USD 2 million. Learn more »
Easypay uses Amazon EC2 instances for the retail financial services portal and Amazon RDS for a highly scalable and secure data depository. Learn more »
Data is the cornerstone of successful cloud application deployments. Your evaluation and planning process may highlight the physical limitations inherent to migrating data from on-premises locations into the cloud. Cloud Data Migration moves existing on-premises data to a new cloud storage location in batches, increments and streams. AWS offers a suite of tools to help you move data via networks, roads and partners to make it very easy to bring your backups and archives into the cloud.
Netflix delivers billions of hours of content from Amazon S3 to customers around the world. AWS enables Netflix to quickly deploy thousands of servers and terabytes of storage within minutes. Learn more »
FINRA uses Amazon S3 to ingest and store data for over 75 billion market events daily and AWS Lambda functions to format and validate the data against more than 200 rules. Learn more »
To support expansion, increase agility, and reduce management complexity, Shaadi.com migrated its entire solution from a hosted private cloud to AWS. Learn more »
Domain Group has become a more agile and responsive business since migrating to AWS. They had 83% decrease in after-hours service calls and enabled their staff to focus on building new features for users. Learn more »
Utilizing services such as Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, Amazon VPC and the best practices have helped reduced DoHome's go-to-market time and improved availability to better serve their customers. Learn more »
Hybrid cloud architecture is the integration of on-premises resources with cloud resources, and is essential to the success of many businesses. For most customers with on-premises technology investments, operating in a hybrid architecture is a necessary part of cloud adoption. AWS has created strategic partnerships with long time leaders in on-premises platform providers such as VMware, Intel, Microsoft, SAP, and others to allow you to run your existing applications on AWS with full support and high performance.
With VMware Cloud on AWS, organizations can simplify their Hybrid IT operations by using the same VMware Cloud Foundation technologies including vSphere, vSAN, NSX, and vCenter Server across their on-premises data centers and on the AWS Cloud without having to purchase any new or custom hardware, rewrite applications, or modify their operating models. The service automatically provisions infrastructure and provides full VM compatibility and workload portability between your on-premises environments and the AWS Cloud.
Read the whitepaper: VMware Cloud on AWS - Extend your VMware Environment into the Cloud, and learn how with the same architecture and operational experience, both on-premises and on the cloud, you can derive immediate business value from the use of AWS and VMware hybrid cloud.