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  • Posted by moe-elbohsaly on July 31, 2021 at 12:45 PM

    At first, we must agree that legacy applications existing in company bunkers must be upgraded or revamped on way or another. The most significant benefit comes from moving existing (legacy) applications onto AWS infrastructure due to lower capital and operational costs. Companies which migrated to AWS experienced greater developer productivity across all of the key software development life-cycle activities, which was a direct result of the extensive development and runtime services that are provided by Amazon cloud infrastructure services. Developer and IT staff productivity accounted for nearly 30% of overall financial benefits. The remaining benefits were driven by the flexibility and agility of Amazon cloud infrastructure services, which make it easier to trial new business models, support revenue-generating applications, and provide more reliable services to end users.

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  • alberto_r

    August 2, 2021 at 6:19 PM

    Hello, Mohammad

    Thank you for your answer. AWS is an interesting option for updating obsolete company software. Cloud computing services, in general, are convenient for many startups, since they have limited resources, money, experience and technical expertise in some areas, and still need to validate their product and business model. Processes such as marketing and logistics, for instance, are at an embryonic stage, and acquiring and setting up a software infrastructure requires investment and training that young businesses doesn’t have sparingly. Cloud technology is not the only good option, though. There are many software solutions in both free and subscription versions that may adapt to each corporation’s needs.

    In any case, Amazon, Along with Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure, are among the leaders in all cloud platform and infrastructure as a service. It would be interesting to read assessments and comparisons between these systems.

    Once again, @moe-elbohsaly , thank you for your contribution and have a great week!

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