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DataSync vmware agent port 80 still not open
Hello, I am testing DataSync solution to migrate data from onprem to S3. After a successful test of the solution that I created manually, I wanted to automate the setup and configuration of the solution using terrafom.For that I had to delete the agent from Aws datasync console. Now when I want to activate it again I am getting an error that the agent is unreachable (agent port 80 is still closed). Could you please help me understand why port 80 is still closed and what should I do to fix this issue? thanks in advance.
ETL Replication from Oracle to Postgres
I need to replicate data from Oracle database(views) to Postgres . please let me know the best to do it.I believe AWS Glue can help in replicating ETL data, If you have any documents(step by step instructions) please share with me. If you have any other tool Please share the details.
Deploy OEM13c on AWS
Hi Everyone, We are considering in moving our on-premises OEM environment to AWS. We would like to find out if it is possible to have our OMS running on an EC2 instance and our OEM Repository (OMR) running on an Oracle AWS RDS database as we are not allowed to have both the OMS and OMR running on the EC2 instance due to security reasons? Few questions in our mind: * Can we use an AWS RDS Instance to setup our OMR and OMA on? * Then setup an EC2 instance for our OMS configuration? * Does AWS RDS allow for the OEM Repository (OMR) to be housed on RDS as the OMS requires SYS-level access to the repository? * Since this setup needs to be able to communicate and monitor our on-premises Oracle Databases will there be any latency issues? * Will there be any inbound and outbound transfer costs involved with this setup? * Does Oracle support the deployment of OEM 13c on AWS? Basically we need initial help to understand whether it is good to move to AWS or should we stick to on-prem. Any suitable ideas on setting up the best architecture for this scenario in the Cloud would be more than welcome. Thank you.
No Internet access after migration of Workspace from Server 2016 to 2019
We migrated a Workspace from "Server 2016 based" to "Server 2019 based", the migration completed "successfully" and we can access the Workspace with the AWS client and also RDP -- and we can access the vpc resources including Intranet web sites but we have no Internet access from the client. (trying to access www.google.com with Chrome or IE results in "Can’t reach this page"). * We had Internet access on this Workspace before the migration * The other Workspaces on the same subnet (they are still "Server 2016 based" ) have Internet access * We compared the networks settings with the other machines on that subnet (including ipconfig, routing table, firewall rules, etc...), no difference * The only visible change in network settings from the migration is the new IP address (but it is within the subnet range, that should no have any impact, the VPC is set correctly) * DNS is working, but it seems the tcp connections are blocked * running traceroute on a public IP or domain name (ie www.google.com again) show it goes nowhere (not a single hop) -- a normal traceroute would show a compute.amazonaws.com machine on the first hop... According to the network troubleshooter: > Problems found > Your computer appears to be correctly configured, but the device or resource (www.microsoft.com) is not responding It looks like the AWS router is rejecting the connections! Did that happen to anyone? Can you please let me know how you fixed it?
Can you swap environment URLs with a retired environment?
I have an environment with a retired Amazon Linux platform and an environment with a Amazon Linux 2 platform I am trying to transition to. I followed the steps in the blue/green deployment guide but when I try to swap the environment URLs I get the error message: You need at least two web tier environments in the Ready state to complete this operation. The health is OK on both of them and neither have a database associated with the environment. Is Route 53 a requirement?
Object deletion from a non version bucket
Hi Team, I am facing some issue with my bucket object I have a requirement of deletion of objects with lifecycle or with object policy. My requirement I have 10 folders in my bucket in that each folder again I have 2 folder in that each folder we have multiple objects so I want to keep only 2 latest object and delete all objects and I don't want to delete folders Non-version bucket with individual objects Please help me to solve this puzzle
Windows 2012R2 upgrade
Hello :) I would like to ask about Windows Server 2012R2 upgrade. I have several Windows Server 2012R2 servers running on EC2 Instances with various services, mostly application servers, webservers, database servers. I plan to upgrade these machines to Windows Server 2019. From the documentation, the options are three: 1. In-place upgrade. 2. Automated upgrade using AWSEC2-CloneInstanceAndUpgradeWindows. 3. Manually create a new server and migrate services using Windows Server Migration Tools, for example. Which of these solutions do you think is best? I think each machine should be analyzed separately. What should I pay attention to during such an analysis? Kind regards