Now that we have mapped the requirements of our sample application to AWS, let's look at the other most common enterprise requirements.
These are requirements that are usually determined by the business owner of an application, rather than the information technology department. However, the business often has no idea of what AWS offers and how those offerings affect them.
Business requirements fall into the following categories:
Financial requirements can be budget constraints, physical resource constraints, human resource constraints, or a combination of them. To run an enterprise application within an onsite date center, there are requirements for networks, servers, data center space, and storage capacity. Often one or more of these may be in demand or at a premium, and typically there may be a lead-time to supply these resources. In my opinion, one of the greatest advantages of migrating new or existing...