The Mothra large-scale data processing platform can be deployed in the AWS GovCloud environment. The Software Engineering Institute (SEI) evaluation of this deployment shows that it meets (and even exceeds) the operating requirements of the on-premises Mothra deployment. This report describes (1) how an SEI team developed an at-scale prototype of the on-premises system to test the performance of Mothra in the cloud and (2) the approaches the team recommends for similar deployments.
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