Introduction This article aims to outline how and why to migrate your cloud infrastructure/applications from the Heroku platform to the AWS platform. The article will then go on to describe the role of Docker in this process as well as step-by-step migration guide. Lastly, this
Introduction: why DevOps DevOps originated as an innovative model for software development and synthesises an organisation’s Development & Operations Teams. A collaborative methodology, DevOps increases an organisation’s ability to deliver solutions at pace without sacrificing quality. Notably, it makes use of automation, continuous feedback loops,
DevOps: defined DevOps is an IT methodology and model that aims to increase an organisation’s capacity to provide solutions at pace. It is an overarching methodology that combines a set of operating philosophies, practices, and tools. Together, these intersecting aspects of DevOps work to improve
Introduction AWS Managed Services (AMS) is a set of services that help an organisation adopt AWS at scale to operate more efficiently and securely. It is typically provided in tandem with an accredited AWS Managed Service Provider (MSP) such as Mobilise.
From accelerating time to market to going global, more and more ISVs are seeing the value of moving their business to the cloud.
Perhaps your business has been planning to migrate to the cloud for years, and it’s finally time to take the leap. Or maybe you’re half way there and want to take the final step. Either way, you’re likely to have questions. So here are some
The folks over at AWS have had a very busy start to 2022, releasing 20+ new Amazon Connect features so far! So lets take a look at these features, with a focus on their new ML-powered Amazon Connect forecasting, capacity planning, and scheduling features which
Overview Patch Manager is a feature of AWS Systems Manager which automates the patching process for managed nodes with both security and other types of updates for operating systems and applications. Patch Manager currently supports patching operations for Amazon Linux, Amazon Linux 2, CentOS, Debian
The AWS Migration framework is a definitive guide to migrating your on-premises applications and data to the cloud, including migrating workloads from the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances to other services on the AWS platform. The AWS Migration Framework provides an overview of migrating application