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Migrate your application from any legacy framework or hosting environment to AWS platform using our containerization and virtualization technologies — turning it into a modern, cloud-compatible application. Do not compromise your application’s fidelity.

Planning data center migrations can involve thousands of workloads that are often deeply interdependent. Application discovery and dependency mapping are important early first steps in the migration process, but difficult to perform at scale due to the lack of automated tools.

Cloudly Application migration service automatically collects configuration and usage data from servers, storage and networking equipment to develop a list of applications, how they perform, and how they are interdependent. This information is retained in encrypted format in a Cloudly Application migration services database which you can export as a CSV or XML file into your preferred visualization tool or cloud migration solution to help reduce the complexity and time in planning your cloud migration.



Discover Applications

Cloudly Application migration services automatically identifies installed applications and running processes on your hosts. The service identifies static host information such as server hostnames, IP addresses, and MAC addresses. Allocation and utilization of key system resources such as CPU, network, memory, and disk are also captured. This information helps you size your AWS resources.

Map Application Dependencies

Cloudly Application migration services discovers network communications and associated processes.  It aggregates this information to derive application and infrastructure level dependencies that exist within your workloads.  This helps account for many dependencies when planning your migration to AWS.

Measure Application Performance

Cloudly Application migration services captures performance information about applications and processes by measuring host CPU, memory, and disk use, as well as disk and network latency and throughput.  This information lets you establish a performance baseline to use as a comparison after you migrate to AWS.