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AWS DevOps

AWS Sample Integrations for Atlassian Bitbucket Pipelines

Editor’s note: For the latest information on Atlassian Bitbucket, visit the Atlassian website. By Josh Campbell, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS Today, APN Partner and AWS DevOps Competency Partner Atlassian announced the beta of Bitbucket Pipelines, which allows customers to trigger build, test, and deploy actions every time they commit code to Bitbucket Cloud. Bitbucket is a […]

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AWS Migration

Amazon VPC for On-Premises Network Engineers – Part 2

Editor’s note: This is the second of a popular two-part series by Nick Matthews. Read Part 1 >> By Nick Matthews, Partner Solutions Architect, CCIE #23560 In the previous post on Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC), we covered the basic anatomy of a VPC and the different ways to connect a VPC to the outside world. […]

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AWS Migration

Amazon VPC for On-Premises Network Engineers – Part 1

Editor’s note: This is the first of a popular two-part series by Nick Matthews. Read Part 2 >> By Nick Matthews, Partner Solutions Architect, CCIE #23560 I relate better to networking when people use words and phrases I know, such as “router on a stick,” “MPLS WAN,” and “VRF,” and then show me a packet […]

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Amazon Web Services

Modeling SaaS Tenant Profiles on AWS

Editor’s note: For the latest information, visit the SaaS on AWS website. By Tod Golding, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS Most software companies understand the importance of being customer focused. The adoption of agile software development practices was heavily influenced by the needs of software organizations to connect to, and focus on, the continually evolving […]

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AWS Operations

Terraform: Beyond the Basics with AWS

Editor’s note: For the latest information on Terraform by HashiCorp, visit the Terraform website. By Josh Campbell and Brandon Chavis, Partner Solutions Architects at AWS What is Terraform? Terraform by HashiCorp, an APN Technology Partner and AWS DevOps Competency Partner, is an “infrastructure as code” tool similar to AWS CloudFormation that allows you to create, update, […]

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AWS Big Data

Multi-Tenant Storage with Amazon DynamoDB

Editor’s note: For the latest information, visit the DynamoDB website. By Tod Golding, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS If you’re designing a true multi-tenant software as a service (SaaS) solution, you’re likely to devote a significant amount of time to selecting a strategy for effectively partitioning your system’s tenant data. On Amazon Web Services (AWS), your partitioning […]

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Announcing Atlassian Bitbucket Support for AWS CodeDeploy

Editor’s note: For the latest information on Atlassian Bitbucket, visit the Atlassian website. By Brandon Chavis, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS Shortly after making Atlassian Bamboo and AWS CodeDeploy integration available to support Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Delivery (CD) workflows on AWS, AWS Partner Network (APN) member Atlassian has added another key integration with AWS […]

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AWS Cloud Practitioner

Introducing the Amazon RDS Migration Tool

UPDATE 05/04: With the general availability of AWS Database Migration Service, we recommend that you use this tool instead of the RDS Migration Tool. Learn more about AWS Database Migration Service here. You can use AWS Database Migration Service to migrate your data to and from most widely used commercial and open-source databases. The service supports […]

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Performance Testing in Continuous Delivery Using AWS CodePipeline and BlazeMeter

Editor’s note: Visit the AWS CodePipeline and BlazeMeter websites for the latest information. This is a guest post from our friends at BlazeMeter, an APN Technology Partner By now, most software delivery teams have heard about and are either practicing or planning to practice some flavor of continuous delivery. Its popularity has exploded in recent years […]

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AWS Migration

Getting the Most Out of the Amazon S3 CLI

Editor’s note: For the latest information on Amazon S3, visit the Amazon S3 website. By Scott Ward and Michael Ruiz, Partner Solutions Architects at AWS  Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) makes it possible to store unlimited numbers of objects, each up to 5 TB in size. Managing resources at this scale requires quality tooling. When […]

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