- August 23, 2018 at 2:02 pm #15277Jared TorrenceParticipant
Our team is currently using HVR and our Hubs are all hosted by on-premises servers near where our source & target DBs reside. Currently, we are rethinking that strategy and wondering if we can host our hubs in AWS. This could be especially useful for our QA Hub which is only used for development so we may be able to spin that environment down when no new development is ongoing.
I wanted to reach out and see if there are any examples or best practices of hosting a hub in AWS. I’ve seen plenty of documentation on hosting agents and we have executed a couple of those, but nothing about hosting a hub.
Any help or advice you have is welcome.August 23, 2018 at 2:21 pm #15278ggoodrichKeymaster
Yes, HVR supports running the hub either on-premise or in a cloud-based service such as AWS or Azure.
For more information, please visit: https://www.hvr-software.com/solutions/cloud-data-integration/hvr-for-aws/getting-started-aws/
HVR already has an Amazon Marketplace Image available on AWS. The links above will help guide to the AWS marketplace.
From a best practices perspective, the only topic that generally comes up is that you might want to consider adding SSL network encryption between the public and private servers. You will also find details on configuring SSL secured network connections here.
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