With Cloud Migration Factory on AWS, customers can improve performance and prevent long cutover windows by automating manual processes and integrating multiple tools efficiently. This is possible through this solution's orchestration platform options. We recommend AWS Application Migration Services (MGN) to migrate your workloads to AWS at scale. Today, this solution is used by AWS Professional Services, AWS Partners, and other enterprises.
Simplify, expedite, and reduce the cost of cloud migration through an automated lift-and-shift solution.
Automate the small manual tasks inherent in large migrations, so you can migrate more quickly and efficiently, and reduce the opportunity for human error.
Manage application and server schema definitions and update wave, application, and server metadata.
See the progress of your migration with a migration tracker and visualize migration metadata using Amazon QuickSight.
This solution is an orchestration platform powered by AWS Application Migration Service for rehosting servers to AWS at scale. The solution is designed to coordinate and automate many of the manual processes involved with migration, helping customers with their medium-scale to large-scale migrations.
Amazon API Gateway receives migration requests from the migration automation server via RestAPIs.
AWS Lambda functions provide the necessary services for you to log in to the web interface, perform the necessary administrative functions to manage the migration, and connect to third-party APIs to automate the migration process.
- The user Lambda function ingests the migration metadata into an Amazon DynamoDB table. Standard HTTP status codes are returned to you via the RestAPI from the API Gateway. An Amazon Cognito user pool is used for user authentication to the web interface and Rest APIs, and you can optionally configure it to authenticate against external Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) identity providers.
- The tools Lambda functions processes external Rest APIs and calls the CloudEndure Migration and AWS Application Migration Service (AWS MGN) for AWS migration. The tools Lambda function also calls Amazon EC2 for launching EC2 instances, and calls AWS Systems Manager to run automation scripts on the migration automation server.
The migration metadata stored in Amazon DynamoDB is routed to the AWS MGN API to initiate a Rehost migration jobs and launch servers. If your migration pattern is Replatform to Amazon EC2, the tools Lambda function launches CloudFormation templates in the target AWS account to launch Amazon EC2 instances.
This solution also deploys an optional migration tracker component that tracks the progress of your migration. AWS Glue retrieves migration metadata from the Cloud Migration Factory DynamoDB table and exports the metadata to Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3). You can then create visualizations and build a dashboard to view the progress of the migration.
This course will orient you to key serverless concepts to help you start developing serverless applications. You will learn how development best practices you already use in server-based development apply to serverless development, and how to adjust your development processes for serverless application development.
In this course, you will learn key concepts, basic architecture, and implementation approaches for AWS MGN. A step-by-step walk-through guides you through the entire process of performing a migration with AWS MGN. This training is recommended if you are actively working on migration projects with the service or are assisting customers in doing so.