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Cloudify MS Access app

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Alexandre TakacsFlag for Switzerland asked on
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We are tasked to “cloudify” an existing line of business application based on MS Access.

The app works well as is and seems to have been developed by a competent dev. The task at hand is really to make it hosted on some cloud server for users (about 5 simultaneous connections max) to use it.

I have reviewed services like which are, to the best of my understanding, RDS published apps.

Nothing wrong with that but

1. Is this a good way to achieve my goal ? Shouldn’t I actually manage my own (cloud) RDS machine ?
2. Is there any alternative for a “pure” Access in the cloud ?

Any advise / feedback most appreciated.

Mark Edwards
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