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    automate on-premises to AWS cloud

    by tass381 ·

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    Hi,

    I have questions about automation from on-premise to cloud
    How can I found information about response time for on-premises to cloud, performance, accuracy, complexity, price with the model below
    I need to compare them which AWS manage services (AWS manage for us everything), on-manage (We do by ourselves everything), and hybrid (Select some part to do by ourselves and some leave AWS to manage for us)
    which one is the best choice for automation on-premises to cloud

    My model uses
    DNS Routh53
    CDN Cloud Front
    Internet proxy connector
    AWS Data Sync Agent
    EC2
    AMI
    EBS
    RDS
    S3
    Elastic Cache
    Lambda
    SQS
    AWS Cloud watch
    AWS Firewall manager
    Key management service
    IAM
    On-premise to Cloud Automation. my case is university website they have all database in on-premise, At that time, the CPU is a peak of over 80%. I need to have an automated tool to auto-generate EC2(CPU) in AWS from on-premise to cloud when the CPU peak over 80%, and after the CPU comes back to 70%. Could you please help me to understand more about AWS?

    Moreover, if someone has any model recommend, or where can I find the related information. Actually, I want 3 solutions for on-premises to AWS with performance, response time, Price, accuracy, complexity. it should be cost-effective.

    I have found information from websites articles, but I cannot compare it together, because it from different industries and models.
    Do you have any Academic Article website recommendations for solutions? or any idea for the solution.

    Thank you for your further information support.

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    • #2419864

      This is where

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to automate on-premises to AWS cloud

      Your CIO/CIT goes to work. AWS is many things and an internal server doesn’t tell anyone what your server does or services it provides.

      I would be very wary of any company selling you a solution given your story so far.

      • #2419863

        I don’t know how to get information about this thing.

        by tass381 ·

        In reply to This is where

        Hi,

        I’m a student and this is my first research project. I don’t know how to get information about this thing.

        • #2419858

          Not a job handed off to a student at any office.

          by proffitt ·

          In reply to I don’t know how to get information about this thing.

          The company looking for such a change would have the CIO/CIT do this research because they know what the existing system does and what the cloud offerings can do. Not all on premise systems can be moved to the cloud. This is a lesson I find new staffers learn fast.

          You can’t compare because you have no exact knowledge of what the on premise system does. Neither does anyone else.

          As such your first step of the research would be learning what the on premise system does, then find out if the move to the cloud is possible without a few years of development.

        • #2419853

          on-premises model

          by tass381 ·

          In reply to Not a job handed off to a student at any office.

          My On-premises model has 2 servers connect with load balance, Database, DB Cache, when CPU over 70%. It will automatically create instant on the cloud and use it together with on-premises. Do You mean I cannot get all information except I implement it by myself?

        • #2419849

          Re: on premises

          by kees_b ·

          In reply to on-premises model

          Since a database usually contains permanent information, it’s kind of unpractical to create those in the cloud when needed and discard them when no longer needed an hour later. That doesn’t seem a very good model for a database server system.

        • #2419845

          Very odd system.

          by proffitt ·

          In reply to on-premises model

          Kees noted it and I’m going to write that whoever did this must have done so for job security so they can’t be fired due to the mess they made.

          As to CPU load I haven’t seen SQL be heavy on the CPUs for about a decade as the bottlenecks are now always in the disk pool.

        • #2419827

          research topic from Professor

          by tass381 ·

          In reply to Very odd system.

          My research topic from Professor is automation from on-premises to cloud. I know that move to the cloud is a better way. No one does like this. It’s vulnerable to lost data and gets fire. Do you have any suggestions?

        • #2419826

          Turns out the cloud is subject to total loss.

          by proffitt ·

          In reply to research topic from Professor

          Read https://www.techrepublic.com/forums/discussions/critical-incident-at-ctemplar-who-lost-all-its-clientsemails/

          As someone that has seen disasters from such moves, I am the wrong person to say “cloud is a better way.”

          -> I wonder if your coursework has mentioned the Disaster Recovery Plan. My bet is they are feeding you fast food and not about to get into the deep end of the pool.

        • #2419825

          I’m not sure about that.

          by tass381 ·

          In reply to Turns out the cloud is subject to total loss.

          for the recovery plan, they did not mention that. The professor told me only to google and research it. By the way, thank you for your reply. I’m glad someone answered me. 🙂

        • #2419824

          Another reason you are not getting far.

          by rproffitt ·

          In reply to I’m not sure about that.

          1. “The professor…” This is not a real task. It’s homework or such. There’s no incentive for those that sell these systems to spend time with you.

          2. “Actually, I want 3 solutions for on-premises to AWS with performance, response time, Price, accuracy, complexity. it should be cost-effective.”

          Again, no one should bother to create 3 solutions since there is no sale that is every going to happen.

          Many students feel irked about this but you would be wasting their time.

          3. As I lead with, without a solid understanding of the on-premise system and then work out if any cloud can replace it. I have background in too many dedicated backends that companies tried to transition to a cloud but the backend was something we developed over years. Only the newest of the new would think these backend systems would transition to any cloud without a year of work.

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      by thdike ·

      In reply to automate on-premises to AWS cloud

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