AMS application deployments - AMS Advanced User Guide

AMS application deployments

AMS Application Deployment Guide provides detailed descriptions and walkthroughs for the following deployments:

  • The AMS workload ingest CT allows you and an AMS cloud migration partner to easily move your existing workloads into an AMS-managed VPC. Using AMS workload ingest, you can create an AMS AMI by submitting an RFC with the Deployment | Ingestion | Stack from migration partner migrated instance | Create CT (ct-257p9zjk14ija). You must have an instance migrated from your on-premises to AWS by a migration partner, as well as a target AMS VPC and subnet, into which the instance will be ingested.

    For details, see the AMS Application Guide at Workload Ingest.

  • The AWS CloudFormation ingest change type (ct-36cn2avfrrj9v) feature allows you to easily use an existing CloudFormation template to deploy custom stacks in an AMS-managed VPC.

    For details, see the AMS Application Guide at CloudFormation Template Ingest.

  • You can import your on-premises database into a new database to your AMS-managed Amazon S3 bucket or Amazon RDS instance. You do this using a Deployment | Advanced stack components | Database Migration Service (DMS) change types, including Create replication instance (ct-27apldkhqr0ol), Create replication subnet group (ct-2q5azjd8p1ag5), Create replication task (ct-1d2fml15b9eth), Create source endpoint (ct-0attesnjqy2cx) or Create source endpoint (S3) (ct-2oxl37nphsrjz), and Create target endpoint (ct-3gf8dolbo8x9p) or Create target endpoint (S3) (ct-05muqzievnxk5).

    For details, see the AMS Application Guide at Database Migration Service.

  • You can import your on-premises MS SQL database into a new database on your AMS-managed RDS SQL instance. You do this using a variety of AMS change types, and the Amazon RDS API, plus AWS consoles.

    For details, see the AMS Application Guide at Database (DB) Import to MS SQL RDS.