Author: Musawenkosi Khulu (Cloud Engineer)
Here is a general overview of the steps you would take to deploy a Django application on AWS and migrate an Oracle database from Azure to AWS:
Set up an AWS account and create an Elastic Beanstalk environment for your Django application. This will give you a URL and environment to deploy your code to.
Create an RDS for Oracle instance on AWS. You can choose the version of Oracle and the instance type based on your needs.
Configure your Django application to connect to the RDS for Oracle instance. This may involve modifying your Django settings to include the hostname, port, username, and password for the RDS for Oracle instance.
Use AWS DMS to create a migration task to migrate the data from your Azure Oracle database to the RDS for Oracle instance on AWS.
Once the migration is complete, test your Django application to ensure it is able to connect to and read/write data from the RDS for Oracle instance.
Once you are satisfied that everything is working as expected, deploy your Django application to the Elastic Beanstalk environment.
Update your DNS to point to the Elastic Beanstalk URL, so that users can access your application via the URL.
Please note that this is a high-level overview of the process, and there may be additional steps required depending on the specifics of your application and infrastructure.
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