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Running head:DTGOV MIGRATION TO IAAS IN AWS
DTGOV migration to IaaS in AWS
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DTGOV MIGRATION TO IAAS IN AWS1
Table of Contents
Background of the Case Study...................................................................................................2
1. Initial Webserver....................................................................................................................2
1.1 DTGOV web servers in an IaaS instance.........................................................................2
1.1.1 How the selected DTGOV webservers will work in an IaaS instance in the AWS
Cloud environment.............................................................................................................3
1.1.2 How will this move affect user of these web services..............................................4
1.1.3 Benefits to the Users.................................................................................................5
1.2 Types of Cloud Architectures..........................................................................................6
1.2.1 Types of Cloud Architectures useful for DTGOV as part of their webserver
infrastructure in the Cloud.................................................................................................6
1.2.2 How the current DTGOV infrastructure could be replicated or replaced in a Cloud
deployment.........................................................................................................................8
2. Office 365...............................................................................................................................9
2.1 Benefits and issues that DTGOV customers, and their users, would achieve from
moving to Office 365 as their office automation suite...........................................................9
2.2 How a cloud-based approach will differ from providing this suite from an on premise
data centre..............................................................................................................................9
3. SharePoint............................................................................................................................10
3.1 What are the major differences between the models IaaS, PaaS and SaaS?..................10
3.2 Recommend the model that you consider most appropriate for this service and discuss
why this model is the most appropriate for the SharePoint service?...................................11
3.3 What are the most likely problems that DTGOV will encounter with the model that you
recommend? How would you advise DTGOV to deal with these issues?...........................11
References................................................................................................................................13
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Background of the Case Study
The organization of DTGOV is a public company that specializes in the IT services.
The organization has numerous employees working under them while the company on the
other hand deals with the handling and management on in house data. The organization keeps
in expanding each year and also is most likely to expand in the near future as well. However,
it has been found that the organization has mostly been expanding on the newest technology
on the physical level, which has proven to be extremely expensive for the organization to
renew their licences for using the new technologies in the organization (Sharma et al., 2018).
Lately, the organization is keen on implementing a cloud computing platform as a solution to
the problem regarding expenses in handling the new physical technology changes. The
organization right now provides its services to the customers through a physical presence,
however, they are trying to migrate some of their servers on the web to the IaaS instances in
Amazon Web Services or AWS for testing this strategy that the organization has been
planning on investing. The full migration would be conducted at first with the help of an
initial plan to determine the kind of architecture that would be required to support the web
services. This would be conducted through a report that would help in preparing the
specification and requirement for the initial web server, the preparation of Office 365 and
SharePoint specifications.
1. Initial Webserver
1.1 DTGOV web servers in an IaaS instance
DTGOV understands it need for migrating the web servers to IaaS instance for the
cloud computing infrastructure provided by AWS. For this particular migration, DTGOV has
to make sure about the specification of the web server that they use. The migration of the web
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servers in an IaaS instance requires the specification of the web servers for understanding
which of the web servers would be appropriate to utilize and work effectively after the
implementation. DTGOV would go through testing processes afterwards to understand if the
implementation procedure has been following the requirements of the entire transformation to
the AWS server (Ranjan et al., 2015). Following would be explanation of how the selected
web servers would work in the IaaS instance in the AWS cloud environment:
1.1.1 How the selected DTGOV webservers will work in an IaaS instance in the AWS
Cloud environment
The DTGOV web servers would first be selected to be migrated to the IaaS instance.
The cloud infrastructure provides various facilities to the physical web servers as initially it
works for the organization as physical entities for hosting the SQL Server software. The IaaS
instancewould be entirelycontrolledover the cloud environmentand would form a
collection of these physical servers to form a private virtual web server instance. The thus,
the organization would not need any physical existence of the web servers and any issues
regarding the physical existence of the web servers would be eliminated from the business
infrastructure (Kavis et al., 2013). Previously, the hosting of the SQL servers would happen
over several machines for hosting, however, after the implementation of the IaaS instance, the
entire framework of the servers would be hosted by the cloud instance, which would only
require the handling of the servers run with the help of a single SQL instance. Thus, it can be
clearly stated that the web servers would work the same in the IaaS instance, only, the
physical existence of the servers would no longer be found and the handling of the servers
would not need multiple machines, but only one console that would view each instance
separately functioning in the virtual cloud.
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