Tackling a cloud migration from a Microsoft computing environment to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud means you’ll need to migrate critical Windows workloads from your on-premise servers.
AWS provides a wide-reaching set of global compute, database, application and deployment services that use or work with Microsoft technologies.
While migrating to an AWS Windows server might seem daunting, migrating, extending and developing Microsoft applications in the AWS cloud yield major benefits—with little to no downtime during the transition.
We’ve got you covered. AWS offers “License Mobility through Software Assurance.” Bring your own license to avoid additional Microsoft software license fees. We’ll take care of the rest.
When you move your Windows workloads to AWS, you’ll be able to quickly build, deploy, manage and scale applications more securely, reliably and cost-effectively using a vast range of pay-as-you-go services.
Our experienced application development team also can build custom apps to help you get the most out of migrating to an AWS Windows server. Fill out the form at the end of this page to get started.
So you’re ready to start a cloud journey, or at least to start thinking about one. I’m sure you’re feeling overwhelmed by the number of questions you have. What are the pros? What are the cons? What cloud services provider should you use? Let’s take a look at AWS 101 and learn why this cloud computing solution makes sense.