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Migrating and Modernizing Windows Workloads on AWS

15 Jul
By: ClearScale
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Cloud adoption statistics continue to rise, but that doesn’t mean your company should jump on the cloud bandwagon — at least not without the right strategy and assistance. It’s one thing to implement software-as-a-service (SaaS) or a cloud-first strategy for new systems. It’s an entirely different ball game when it comes to migrating Windows workloads to the cloud — particularly legacy systems and those that require high availability. When moving to the cloud, it’s usually not enough to

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5 Key Benefits of Moving Windows Workloads to AWS

02 Mar
By: ClearScale
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Today, there are numerous advantages to migrating and modernizing Microsoft Windows workloads on the cloud. Companies that plan ahead and execute well can improve performance significantly while also reducing costs and overhead. In addition, industry-leading public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS) now offer a multitude of fully managed solutions and tools to help organizations elevate their IT. In other words, companies are running out of reasons to stick with legacy tech. Below, we describe the top five benefits

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Migrating Windows Workloads to AWS Generates Savings

18 Jun
By: ClearScale
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An often-cited IDC report notes that Amazon Web Services (AWS) ran nearly two times more Windows server instances than the next largest cloud provider in 2017. There are many reasons why so many companies choose AWS for their Windows workloads. The most compelling among them may be the cost advantages. Another IDC study put the value that its participants would achieve by running Windows workloads on AWS at an average of $6.59 million per organization. Pricing Advantages The savings

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Segregated Environments and DevOps Ensure High Availability and Security for Web Apps

16 Apr
By: ClearScale
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For many companies whose operations involve multiple websites and/or applications, AWS cloud services have proven invaluable. They’re cost effective, highly scalable, and reliable. Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), in particular, provides exceptional value by making web-scale cloud computing easier for developers. One of the typical mistakes, however, is low reliability and lack of redundancy when running multiple apps on a single EC2 instance. Competing for resources on a solitary EC2 instance, as well as traffic bursts, can

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Reasons to Modernize and Migrate Windows Workloads with AWS

13 Mar
By: ClearScale
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When it comes to modernizing and migrating Windows workloads, the question isn’t as much “should I do it” as “how should I do it??” One of the best ways — for many reasons — is to use AWS. AWS has offered cloud services longer than any other cloud services provider. By helping thousands of Windows users move to the cloud, AWS has developed a deep knowledge of the ins and outs of Windows workload modernization and migration. Experience, Flexibility and More

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Moving Ahead with Application Modernization

14 Jan
By: ClearScale
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It’s the age of the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and cloud computing. They’re not just changing the IT industry. They are transforming just about every aspect of business operations for companies across all industries. Nonetheless, many of the companies leveraging these technologies in their products and services are being held back by their own applications. Much of the problem stems from a lack of app modernization. That was the case for one of ClearScale’s clients. The

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Migrating Microsoft Workloads with AWS and ClearScale

01 Jul
By: ClearScale
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Cloud adoption statistics are high, indicating that companies are continuing to move to the cloud. But that doesn’t mean your company should jump on the cloud bandwagon — at least not without the right strategy and assistance. It’s one thing to implement software-as-a-service (SaaS) or a cloud-first strategy for new systems. It’s an entirely different ball game when it comes to moving enterprise systems to the cloud — particularly legacy systems and those that require high availability. Not all

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