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
From estate agents to hairdressers: Leading consultancy Mobilise appeals to people from all lines of work to embark on a career in cloud technology. Candidates from a range of backgrounds and disciplines will receive 12 weeks of Amazon Web Services-certified training.
The Cloud has changed the way businesses approach IT, shifting the focus away from corporate IT philosophies. IT professionals are now looking at leveraging the Cloud to achieve their business goals while minimising risks for their company. The trinity of leading public cloud providers remains
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
We’ve all had the experience of being unable to find something we are looking for on a website. Perhaps you have used an app that won’t let you make a purchase but also doesn’t tell you why, or allow you to correct some imperceptible mistake.
There is a lot to think about when preparing for an AWS migration. A well-executed migration ensures business continuity, data security and reliable workloads if you face unexpected scenarios. Adopting AWS Migration best practices will help you avoid common pitfalls and keep your business running
Migrating from legacy platforms to AWS will often come with its challenges. If the migration process is handled well, the likelihood is that most of these issues will not be performance-related. This article will explore some of the most common AWS migration challenges and potential