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Additional Migration Tasks


After you create your AWS Cloud9 development environment, you might need to complete additional migration tasks to manually move over any databases and application frameworks from your Cloud9 workspace, such as: 1. [Download data from a database](downloading-data-from-a-database), such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, or MongoDB, from your Cloud9 workspace. 2. [Download data from an app framework](downloading-app-framework-content), such as WordPress or Apache, from your Cloud9 workspace. 3. [Install an app framework](installing-an-app-framework), such as WordPress, Ruby on Rails, Apache, or Django, within your new AWS Cloud9 environment. 4. [Install a database](installing-a-database), such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, or MongoDB, within your new AWS Cloud9 environment. 5. [Import data into a database](uploading-data-to-a-database) that you just installed within your new AWS Cloud9 environment.