Migration Workload Microsoft to AWS – EUROLUCE

Problem statement/definition:

The client had a local infrastructure, with old and out of warranty servers that ran the Totvs application.

The main challenge in this project was to design a structure in the cloud that would support the Totvs application and stop the system connection drops.

The proposal offered by Select was to migrate this structure on AWS using EC2, EBS storages, RDS database servers and monitoring, automation and scaling.

What you proposed:

The proposal offers the migration of the Protheus Totvs system to a Windows Server 2019 instance and an RDS SQL Server, this instance will also have RD Web Access, RD Gateway and RemoteApp for application virtualization.

In another Windows Server 2019 instance, an Active Directory would be installed for authentication and security of access to the Totvs application.

How AWS services were used as part of the solution:

We had used resources like EC2 instances, EBS storages, RDS SQL Server, VPC and VPC endpoint, Cloudwatch, Cloudtrail and Cloudformation.

Third party applications or solutions used:

We use Windows Server 2019, RD Gateway, Active Directory, DNS Servers and Microsoft IIS.


Euroluce started having a cloud environment without worrying about infrastructure, connection and performance problems with the Totvs system were eliminated, there was an increase in employee productivity.

Lessons learned:

Euroluce has learned that using AWS allows it to scale its business, since it can only pay for what it uses and keep its technology resources up to date at all times. Euroluce’s president is satisfied.

A Euroluce based in São Paulo, has a line of exclusive lighting fixtures with import and export. The company has a team of approximately 50 sales representatives divided by regions, serving the entire national territory, in addition to this B2B channel, which serves retailers and companies 24 hours a day.