Why Choose AWS for Running Line of Business Apps?


  • Quick Provisioning

    AWS resources such as Amazon EC2 are available on-demand, meaning you can provision and spin up anywhere from one to thousands of instances in minutes. This enables you to innovate quickly and utilize resources more efficiently.


  • Improve Security Posture

    Build your Line of Business Apps on top of a secure infrastructure and use a security-in-layers approach to protect your workloads.


  • Reduce TCO

    AWS offers pay-as-you-go pricing, meaning you only pay for what you use, resulting in more efficient resource utilization, without needing to make any hardware investments.

 

Line of Business Applications

Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) is a fully managed service for SQL Server that automatically patches the database software and backs up your database, storing the backups for a retention period you define, and enables point-in-time recovery.

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Benefits of hosting Line of Business Apps on AWS

You Maintain Control

With AWS, you can retain the same control as you have with your on-premises environment, but without the time and cost of hardware management. Additionally, you can leverage Microsoft System Center through the AWS Management Pack for Microsoft System Center.

It's Readily Available

AWS is regularly audited to ensure customers have an environment that enables them to comply with HIPAA, PCI, SOC, and other regulatory requirements.

It Makes Compliance Simple

AWS is regularly audited to provide customers with an environment that enables them to successfully comply with HIPAA, PCI, SOC, and a wide variety of other global regulatory requirements.

Use Your Existing Apps

AWS is compatible with your existing Microsoft SQL Server-based applications. Unlike many cloud environments, AWS does not require refactoring of SQL-based application code.

 

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