About 70% of Enterprise Applications are Windows based and about 82% of these applications are still on premise (IDC). At Storm Reply we work with businesses to help them build, migrate, deploy, scale, and manage Microsoft Workload on AWS.
A large number of customers have found AWS to be the best partner for their Windows workloads. Indeed AWS run nearly 2x more Windows Server instances than the next largest cloud provider, according to an
Customers have been running Windows workloads on AWS for over a decade. We run nearly 2x more Windows Server instances than the next largest cloud provider, according to an
Thanks to AWS experience and Premium Partners such as Storm Reply in running Windows applications, the number of AWS customer using Amazon EC2 for Windows Server has grown 5x since 2015.
Each customer can choose from several versions of Windows Server, including the latest one, Windows Server 2019. In addition, AWS supports everything customers need to build and run Windows applications, including Active Directory, .NET, System Center, Microsoft SQL Server, Visual Studio and Windows desktop-as-a-service. Additionally, AWS offers the first and only fully managed Windows native file system available in the cloud with FSx for Windows File Server and is the only cloud provider to offer production support for Kubernetes on Windows.
SQL Server on Amazon EC2 Choice of several versions of Microsoft SQL Server offers you the flexibility to run a database server for as much or as little time as you need, with complete control over the Windows Server settings.
Amazon Relational Database Service Fully managed relational database service that offers SQL Server 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2017 while offloading database administration tasks like managing backups, detecting failures and recovering and much more, data transfer, DNS management, and a static IP – for a low, predictable price.
Amazon FSx for Window File Server Fully managed native Microsoft Windows file system which provides shared file storage including full support for the SMB protocol and Windows NTFS, and Active Directory integration.
AWS Directory Service Managed Microsoft Active Directory in the AWS Cloud for organizations that rely on Active Directory for identity and access management and want close integration with your existing infrastructure.
AWS License Manager AWS License Manager makes it easier to manage your Windows and SQL Server licenses across your AWS and on-premises environments. Administrators create customized licensing rules to manage, discover, and report software license usage.
At Storm Reply, we follow our customers during all phases to allow them to exploit all the potential of the AWS cloud: