The VMware Cloud on AWS team is looking forward to meeting customers at AWS re:Invent 2023. We have planned insightful sessions for customers looking for a faster and more cost-effective way to the cloud. There are VMware Cloud on AWS breakout sessions, chalk talks, and workshops covering topics such as migration best practices, disaster recovery, modernization, and more. Got questions? We’ve got answers. Meet our team at the Enterprise Workloads booth.
Geospatial ETL pipelines prepare data for business analysis and insights, enabling leaders to make informed decisions. Learn how to migrate a geospatial pipeline to AWS Step Functions and AWS Batch to simplify pipeline management while improving performance and costs. Migrating to AWS Batch and AWS Step Functions has transformed the way WSP Digital handles data processing and orchestration, enabling streamlined and automated workflows.
The integration of geospatial data into the broader business intelligence and decision-making process is referred to as location intelligence. On AWS, you can use the Snowflake Data Cloud to integrate fragmented data, discover and securely share data, and execute diverse analytic workloads. This post shows how you can enrich your existing Snowflake data with location-based insights using Amazon Location Service for location intelligence workloads.
This post showcases a way to filter and stream logs from centralized Amazon S3 logging buckets to Splunk using a push mechanism leveraging AWS Lambda. The push mechanism offers benefits such as lower operational overhead, lower costs, and automated scaling. We’ll provide instructions and a sample Lambda code that filters virtual private cloud (VPC) flow logs with “action” flag set to “REJECT” and pushes it to Splunk via a Splunk HTTP Event Collector (HEC) endpoint.
If you’re an AWS Lambda user who has yet to migrate your functions to Arm, how much performance uplift, cost savings, or both can you expect depending on the kind of workload or runtime you use? Learn how Cascadeo designed an experiment to tease out a data-driven view of Arm vs. x86 Lambdas functions and found that switching to Arm-based Lambdas can have significant benefits in terms of performance or cost—and a lot of times both!
Amazon EKS frees users from managing the Kubernetes control plane and easily integrates with other AWS services, providing access to a robust ecosystem of tools and services for enhanced functionality. Comprinno is an AWS Partner that helps enterprises transform faster, modernizing their way of working through enterprise DevOps and cloud-native computing. In this post, explore the architecture of a pre-crafted EKS solution and how you can say goodbye to complexity.
As customers migrate workloads into VMware Cloud on AWS, it’s become imperative to address service-to-service connectivity requirements between existing applications running on SDDCs and new services deployed using native AWS services. Learn how Amazon VPC Lattice can simplify inter-service communication across SDDCs and cloud-native environments, while abstracting the underlying networking complexity.
Leapfrog from CentOS 7.9 to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8.9 with Convert2RHEL and Leapp Utilities on AWS
While implementing a new OS may seem tedious, it presents an opportunity to reassess your organization’s needs, and this overview discusses key benefits of migrating to Red Hat Enterprise Linux from CentOS Linux. The ‘convert2rhel’ utility converts a CentOS 7.9 or CentOS 8 instances in-place to RHEL 7.9 or RHEL 8 instance. The Leapp utility converts the RHEL 7.9 instance to a RHEL 8.9, and Red Hat publishes lifecycle dates for RHEL. Note that RHEL 8 will continue to receive updates until May 31, 2029.
Modern scientific research depends heavily on processing large-scale datasets which requires elastic, scalable, easy-to-use, and cost-effective computing resources. Research Gateway from Relevance Lab simplifies access to HPC clusters using a self-service portal, making provisioning and configuration of an elastic cluster easy for researchers. This helps them focus on the research itself, while leveraging AWS ParallelCluster for their scientific computing.
Disaster recovery and business continuity planning are crucial investments for every institution, especially in higher education. VMware Cloud on AWS can help institutions preserve on-premises virtual machines by using established VMware disaster recovery technology and the speed of the AWS Cloud. Learn how Commencis helped Koç University, founded in 1993 as a nonprofit research university in Istanbul, meet business continuity requirements for its critical workloads with VMware Cloud Disaster Recovery.