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Our compatibility container changes your cloud migration options, allowing you to reuse more of what you’ve got, driving faster cloud adoption and acceleration of lower TCO.

When planning your Cloud migration journey make sure your portfolio analysis leverages the Compatibility container deployment model, to optimize your business case ROI. Simply put rehost more and refactor less workloads across your portfolio.

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Move your apps to AWS

We let you take your proven legacy business workloads with you to AWS or modernise those that have been lifted and shifted without code changes, extending re-use, avoiding retiring, refactoring and repurchasing. Our compatibility container takes your legacy Windows applications as is and lets you deploy them on a modern Windows platform in AWS. For example, Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008 and Oracle 9i/10G running on a Windows Server 2016 AMI.

Cloudhouse can help with the following use cases

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