Microsoft Workloads on AWS

Did you know that 57.7% of all Windows workloads in public cloud run on AWS?
More Microsoft workloads run in AWS than ANY other cloud provider—including Microsoft Azure.

Why? AWS gives you the power to build, deploy, scale, and manage Microsoft applications. Running Microsoft workloads on AWS is fast, simple, secure, and could even save you money.

Microsoft applications have long been a staple choice for businesses. Many organisations built their foundations on Microsoft business solutions, so making the right choice about how to move them to the public cloud is critically important.

At Rebura, we can help you migrate your Microsoft workloads to AWS quickly, securely, and with minimal disruption.

What Microsoft workloads should you run on AWS?

Exchange, Sharepoint, SQL, RDS, System Centre and .Net apps are all popular choices for customers looking to run Microsoft workloads on AWS.

With Amazon Web Services, you get the flexibility to run both off-the-shelf and custom Microsoft applications and workloads for as much or as little time as you need. If you’re running SQL Server, for example, you can choose from a number of versions, editions, and deployment options; opt to run it on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) or Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS).

Why choose Rebura to help migrate Microsoft workloads?

Rebura has helped many Microsoft customers optimise their workloads and achieve better performance for less.

We can take care of the entire migration process, from helping you decide which workloads to migrate to AWS, and choosing the right deployment option, to ensuring your workloads are moved quickly, securely, and with minimal downtime.

Have questions about licensing? No problem. We often see customers concerned about licensing, but we can talk you through all your options, including how to use your current licences and licensing solution, and how to purchase native AWS services with licensing included.

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READY TO OPTIMISE YOUR MICROSOFT WORKLOADS?

If you’re thinking about taking your Microsoft workloads to the public cloud and want to know more about how AWS can help, drop us a line today.