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In an AWS cloud migration project, various technologies and services are employed to facilitate the seamless transition of applications, data, and infrastructure to the AWS cloud platform. Here are some of the key technologies commonly used in AWS cloud migration:

1. AWS Migration Hub: AWS Migration Hub provides a centralized location to plan and track application migrations across multiple AWS and partner solutions. It offers visibility into the status of migrations, making it easier to manage the migration process.

2. AWS Server Migration Service (SMS): AWS SMS simplifies the migration of on-premises virtualized servers to the AWS cloud. It automates the incremental replication of live server volumes, making it easier to migrate large numbers of servers with minimal downtime.

3. AWS Database Migration Service (DMS): AWS DMS enables the migration of databases to AWS, supporting various source and target database engines such as Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, and PostgreSQL. It provides minimal downtime during migration and continuous data replication.

4. AWS Snow Family: For large-scale data migration, AWS offers the Snow Family of physical devices, including Snowball, Snowball Edge, and Snowmobile. These devices can be used to securely transfer petabytes of data to AWS, even in environments with limited network connectivity.

5. AWS DataSync: AWS DataSync is a data transfer service that simplifies and accelerates the transfer of data between on-premises storage and AWS storage services such as Amazon S3 and Amazon EFS. It can be used for one-time migrations or to automate data transfers on a recurring basis.

6. AWS Direct Connect: AWS Direct Connect provides a dedicated network connection between on-premises data centers and AWS, bypassing the public internet for increased security and reliability. It enables low-latency, high-bandwidth connectivity for data migration and ongoing operations in AWS.

7. Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC): AWS VPC allows organizations to create isolated virtual networks within the AWS cloud, providing control over network topology, IP addressing, and security settings. It enables organizations to replicate their on-premises network architecture in the cloud during migration.

8. AWS Database and Storage Services: AWS offers a range of database and storage services, including Amazon RDS (Relational Database Service), Amazon Aurora, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Redshift, and Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service). These services are used to host databases and store data in the cloud during migration.

9. AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM): AWS IAM enables organizations to manage user identities and access permissions in the AWS cloud. It allows organizations to control who can access resources during the migration process and beyond, ensuring security and compliance.

10. AWS CloudFormation: AWS CloudFormation provides a way to create and manage AWS infrastructure as code. It allows organizations to define their infrastructure in templates and provision resources in a consistent and repeatable manner, simplifying the migration process and enabling infrastructure automation.

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