A set of tools and services by the help of which the infrastructure management tasks for Amazon Web Services are deployed are called Managed AWS. This service is mainly for the large enterprises that want to migrate on-premises workloads in a simplified way to the public cloud, and the workloads are managed after migration.
An organization can do automated cloud management through AWS Managed Services, such as change management, patch management, user access management, provisioning, backup, restores, and incident monitoring.
You are going to get a dedicated Cloud Service Delivery Manager and also AWS support coverage at Enterprise-level if you opt for AWS Management Services.
How to Use AWS Management Services
For an enterprise following a series of tasks is important and it is known as AWS Managed Services Jumpstart process for using the service. In this process, there’s planning stage, then making a selection of applications what’s going to be migrated in the public cloud, and then AWS Managed Services platform is accessed.
As the part of the onboarding process, AWS Managed Services makes assumptions control of an AWS account customer. The administrators though can make change requests for the resource through management console of the self-service cloud. As per the best practices set by the AWS and Information Technology Infrastructure Library, AWS Managed Services continuously manage AWS infrastructure of a customer. APIs integrate with system management and other development tools. It supports Red Hair Enterprise, Amazon Linux, Microsoft Windows server and 20 cloud services can be managed in AWS.
AWS infrastructure is managed by AWS Managed Services of an enterprise customer. A Managed Service Provider or MSP can be used to handle advanced tasks, such as multi-cloud deployments, hybrid cloud, or application management.
AWS Managed Services training has been completed by MSPs, such as Logicworks, Rackspace, and Accenture.