Database Acceleration for AWS - Free eBook

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What's it about?

Enterprise IT teams are increasingly turning to the cloud. Many organizations are mandating that all new applications be hosted in the cloud, adopting a cloud-first strategy. Some are closing data centres and undertaking large-scale migrations, while others move to cloud infrastructure during technology refresh cycles or to improve scaling.

Databases can pose significant challenges during cloud migration, but there are many advantages to moving databases to the cloud:

  • Eliminate upfront capital expenditures and infrastructure refreshes every 3-5 years
  • Take advantage of cloud elasticity to scale up or down in response to changing load
  • Reduce the time spent deploying and managing infrastructure

Moving databases and associated applications to AWS—and running new projects in AWS from the start—is a proven approach that, done correctly, can make life simpler for IT, business, and development teams.

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