Bill SaltysAuthor

August 13, 2019 - Why Now is the Time to Migrate Legacy Oracle Workloads to AWS

Bill Saltys

Major shifts have been happening in the world of IT. Cloud is becoming the de facto standard as market adoption hurdles to a majority position. With that, the time has come to embrace cloud solutions so you can focus on accelerating the growth of your business – not on operational management and maintenance such as unforeseen system issues and unplanned downtime. In fact, most senior management professionals are already on board with the need to migrate to the cloud, with 86 percent of IT decision makers (ITDMs) saying they have mandated adopting a cloud migration strategy. But what’s holding some businesses back?

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Balaji BobbaAuthor

July 16, 2019 - Pattern’s for Deploying On-prem BigData Applications on Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Balaji Bobba

Cloud Automation

One of our clients, a leading financial organization was looking to move their existing on-premises applications into AWS cloud. They turned to Apps Associates to help them design and develop several frameworks to automate the deployment securely to AWS.

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Peter SalamancaAuthor

February 19, 2019 - Why the Private Cloud Is Like Having Your Own Personal Yacht

Peter Salamanca

What organizations would put servers in a Private Cloud? There are many companies who have chosen or are considering putting their environments in the Private Cloud. The move to giants like Amazon Web Services (AWS) is inevitable for all companies as the value of utility cloud computing is proven. While the breadth of services that the Public Cloud platforms currently offer far outweigh what can be offered in a Private Cloud, there are benefits to the Private Cloud that you should consider. Many companies have legacy applications on-premises and they aren’t ready to lose physical touch with them. (We affectionately call these people server huggers.) On the other hand, the company may have risk, compliance, and governance requirements that drive toward the Private Cloud. These folks want (or need) their applications to run in a more controlled and segregated environment. This is where the Private Cloud comes into play.

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