AWS Introduces DMS Fleet Advisor to Simplify Data Migration to the Amazon Cloud

Two years ago at AWS re: Invent, Andy Jassy, ​​then CEO of AWS, made it clear that he was tired of the slow change and he wanted to find ways to get businesses to migrate to the cloud faster. At yesterday’s opening conference, in fact, new AWS CEO Adam Selipsky said the pace is still pretty fast, with only 5-15% of workloads having been moved to the cloud. until now.

Part of the problem with slow change is that despite the recognized benefits of cloud migration, migrating on-premises data to the cloud is a laborious task and getting your data from your database is not easy. on-premises legacy data to a shiny new cloud database.

Businesses with multiple types of databases face even greater challenges when it comes to moving that data to the cloud and finding the right database service to match whatever you’ve been using. on the site. Amazon recognized all of this and wanted to make it easier for customers to migrate to the cloud.

Today, the company introduced AWS Database Migration Service (DMS) Fleet Advisor, a tool specially designed to make it easier and faster to move your data to the cloud and match it with the right database service.

“DMS Fleet Advisor automatically creates an inventory of your on-premises database and analytics service by streaming the on-premises data to Amazon S3. From there, we take over. We analyze [the data] to match it to the correct amount of AWS Datastore, then provide custom migration plans. All of this now only takes hours instead of what used to be weeks or months, ”said Swami Sivasubramanian, vice president of Amazon AI to public AWS re: Invent at today’s conference on AI and machine learning.

Sivasubramanian pointed out that this approach is not only faster, but also cheaper because you no longer need to hire a third-party consultant to move the data for you. “This will make it much easier for you to modernize your data infrastructure with powerful relational and targeted databases,” he said.

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Sean N. Ayres