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The AWS Application Discovery Service is an offering from AWS that helps customers with significant existing legacy systems plan for a migration to the cloud. It's aimed at enterprises that have a large number of virtual or bare-metal servers in production. The first step in migrating to the cloud is planning, and planning requires an analysis of the current state.
Workloads are often interdependent, and for mature systems documentation may be sparse, stale, or absent. AWS Application Discovery Service helps you collect information about configuration, system resource usage, and application behavior so you can deeply understand your workloads. You can use the collected data to estimate the cost of migrating to the cloud.
In this hands-on lab, you will install the AWS Application Discovery Agent on a server, use AWS Migration Hub to group an application, and you will examine the data collected by the agent using Amazon Athena.
Upon completion of this beginner-level lab, you will be able to:
- Install the AWS Application Discovery Agent on a server
- Use AWS Migration Hub to verify the agent is collecting data
- Use Amazon Athena to query the collected data
This lab is intended for:
- Cloud Migration Engineers
- Cloud Engineers
Knowledge of the following will be beneficial but is not required:
- The Bash command-line
- AWS Migration Hub
- Amazon Athena
The following courses can be used to fulfill the prerequisites:
September 13th, 2022 - Updated the instructions and screenshots to reflect the latest UI
January 12th, 2022 - Updated the instructions and screenshots to reflect the latest UI
February 3rd, 2021 - Addressed an issue that prevented access to the AWS Migration Hub
Andrew is a Labs Developer with previous experience in the Internet Service Provider, Audio Streaming, and CryptoCurrency industries. He has also been a DevOps Engineer and enjoys working with CI/CD and Kubernetes.
He holds multiple AWS certifications including Solutions Architect Associate and Professional.