AWS provides you with scalable, cost-effective, and secure products and services to run your workloads. When you migrate to the cloud, you can let go of the limitations of on-premises data centers, such as the costs associated with data center repair, maintenance, and upgrades. The AWS Cloud allows you to spend less time managing your infrastructure and more time focusing on innovating for your customers.
More organizations are choosing to migrate their applications from on-premises data centers to AWS in order to focus on business differentiators, gain agility, and reduce CapEx spending. Before migrating, it is important to have an understanding of the migration fundamentals (i.e., methodology and process) that enable you to plan and perform your cloud migration.Click the video to the right to learn more about AWS migration methodology >>
By migrating to AWS, you can accelerate innovation through the automation and tooling provided by the AWS Cloud.
You can avoid major equipment renewal and infrastructure investments. You also no longer need to budget for data center repair, maintenance, and upgrade costs.
When you migrate to the AWS Cloud, you can address issues faster, improve the consistency of deployments, add resiliency to your applications, and reduce downtime.
The AWS Cloud allows you to increase your organization’s operational flexibility to rapidly respond to business events. You can quickly develop new services with reduced risk.
Save money with lower infrastructure costs on the cloud compared to on-premises. Additionally, you reduce wasteful spending by paying only for the capacity that you need at that moment.
The AWS Cloud offers more than 90 services, helping your organization innovate faster, seamlessly scale, and lower IT costs. The AWS global infrastructure operates 44 Availability Zones within 16 geographic regions worldwide helping to make your applications highly available and fault tolerant.
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