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    divya25
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    Hello,

    We do have virtual server inside the vmware esxi server and we would like to migrate it inside the aws cloud. We have migrate the virtual server from exsi server in vmdk file format to local and from local to S3 bucket. Now we get stuck while moving from s3 bucket to the AMI.

    We have follow this steps as mentioned in this link.

    but while moving we are getting this error. We have even created the role and even try to upload from S3 Bucket to the AMI but not able to resolve this …please help..

    Error :

    The system can not find the file specified.

    Please help..

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    johnkatrick
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    Migrating Your Existing Cloud Workloads to the AWS Cloud

    With the increase in Multi-Cloud adoption, AWS has been one of the primary choices for SMBs and Enterprises to migrate their workload. AWS has also made matured technology and framework available to its users to migrate seamlessly. The latest release of Jamcracker Cloud Management Platform has extended its governance features for automated AWS migration. With the Jamcracker platform, now organizations can seamlessly migrate workloads running in any cloud or virtualized environment to AWS.

    As many of the IT leaders speak: “One of the greatest barriers for the cloud adoption is the first step of moving in-house resources to the public cloud. Given the huge task of identifying, planning, and managing the migration, which in itself appear to be a de-motivator for IT staff.” Jamcracker Cloud Management platform now enables Organizations to move their IT to AWS in a simpler and easier way, using AWS CloudEndure APIs.

    Read more at https://www.jamcracker.com/blogs/migrating-your-existing-cloud-workloads-to-the-aws-cloud-using-jamcracker-cloud-management-platform

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