Some questions about Migration Hub + Application Discovery Service

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Dears,

We are installing the agent for Application Discovery Service on some servers that we want to migrate to the cloud, however we have some questions.

  1. Why the size of the disk on the tables on Athena are not the same on Migration Hub? The values are totally different (it is not just a matter of doing a simple conversion from GB to MB)

  2. Using the information we have for the server on Migration Hub, how can we recommend a proper EBS configuration regarding the IOPS?
    Like we have the information of Avg/Max IOPS for read and write, however for the EBS there is just one IOPS number. Should we consider Read + Write = IOPS compared to EBS?

  3. Is there a way to know the application tag using Athena and the data we have from the agents there? Until now I was not able to find it. It will make easier for us to execute the proper queries.

Thank you in advance for any help you could provide.

Cassio.

csk
asked 2 years ago34 views
2 Answers
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Dears, there was an issue with my browser while I was creating this topic. We can close this one as I created a new one
https://forums.aws.amazon.com/thread.jspa?threadID=331346

csk
answered 2 years ago
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Migrating workloads to the cloud demands effort and time. The Jamcracker Cloud Governance and Management Platform helps identify, analyze, plan, and track cloud workload migration. Customers can use any discovery tool available in their data centers, aggregate output and import them into Jamcracker’s Cloud Platform.

With the increase in Multi-Cloud adoption, AWS has been one of the primary choices for SMBs and Enterprises to migrate their workload. AWS has also made matured technology and framework available to its users to migrate seamlessly. The latest release of Jamcracker Cloud Management Platform has extended its governance features for automated AWS migration. With the Jamcracker platform, now organizations can seamlessly migrate workloads running in any cloud or virtualized environment to AWS.

Source : https://www.jamcracker.com/blogs/migrating-your-existing-cloud-workloads-to-the-aws-cloud-using-jamcracker-cloud-management-platform

answered 2 years ago

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