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Category: Amazon EC2
Deliver the Resources You Need with Parallels RAS and Amazon EC2
Parallels RAS provides a platform that can deliver consistent digital workspace services from multiple sources, without requiring specialist IT administration skills. This means existing teams can deploy solutions using Parallels RAS and easily integrate with AWS. We’ll walk you through the steps an administrator takes within the Parallels RAS Console to successfully deliver services to end users via Amazon EC2, and we’ll review the benefits of this integration.
A New Strategy for Savings: Distributed Spot Orchestration for Amazon EKS in Harness Cloud Cost Management
Successfully operating any workload in the cloud requires careful attention to cost optimization, and there are various benefits to running your applications on Kubernetes. Learn how the Harness Cloud Cost Management solution reduces waste with full automation and cost transparency using Cluster Orchestrator for Amazon EKS. Harness is an AWS Partner and modern software delivery platform that uses AI to simplify your DevOps.
Optimize Price Performance for Amazon EC2 Workloads with AWS Graviton Delivery Partners
Tens of thousands of customers—from startups to large enterprises—are realizing significant price performance using AWS Graviton-based instances in Amazon EC2. The AWS Graviton Delivery specialization makes it easy for customers to accelerate and scale their adoption of AWS Graviton to achieve better workload performance and cost savings. AWS Graviton Delivery Partners have hands-on experience and proven expertise to help customers achieve better workload performance and cost savings with Graviton.
Optimize Cost and Performance with Amazon EC2 Spot Ready Partners
As customers look for ways to optimize their cloud computing usage and performance, Amazon EC2 Spot Instances provide the ability to do more for less. The Amazon EC2 Spot Ready specialization helps customers find AWS Partner software products that support Amazon EC2 Spot. Amazon EC2 Spot Ready Partners provide customers the ability to have a cost-optimized, well-architected solution to enable significant savings for their workloads—allowing them to focus on their core offering.
AWS to Offer Fourth-Generation AMD EPYC Processor-Based Amazon EC2 Instances
As customers look to innovate with the cloud, AWS is focused on helping organizations grow by enabling them to securely run a wide range of applications with price performance benefits. AMD-powered instances are integral to these offerings, and with AMD’s announcement of fourth-generation AMD EPYC processors AWS plans to offer Amazon EC2 instances powered by the newly-introduced processors. These instances will expand customer choice of compute options available on EC2.
Migrating Elasticsearch on Amazon EC2 to Modernized, Multi-Tenant Amazon OpenSearch Service Architecture
For a recent project, NTT DATA Services was asked to architect and design the migration of a customer’s backend search tool used by two of its applications. Both applications were leveraging Elasticsearch for data storage. Learn how NTT DATA used some of the DevOps pillars to implement migrations using an active migration strategy. The goal was to move from individual Elasticsearch instances on Amazon EC2 to a single multi-tenant hosted Elasticsearch solution per region—in this case, Amazon OpenSearch Service.
How Tech Mahindra’s InfoWise Accelerates the AWS Cloud Journey Through Data Modernization
Lack of a modernization strategy can result in unwanted downtime, excess investment, poor quality service, and dead-weight assets into the modernized platform. This post talks about how InfoWise, a Tech Mahindra solution, accelerates the first two stages of the cloud data migration and modernization journey: search and discover and plan and strategy. InfoWise also helps recommend the migration priority by running various dependency intelligence across all the metadata objects.
Future Proof Cost Optimization with Attribute-Based Instance Type Selection and Amazon EC2 Spot
As part of its SaaS platform, Druva runs containerized applications with microservices architecture using Auto Scaling groups and Amazon Amazon ECS. Explore the cost optimization journey of Druva using Spot instances with Auto Scaling groups, challenges faced by them during this journey, and how attribute-based instance type selection (ABS) came to the rescue in addressing those challenges in optimizing costs.
Building a Multi-Region Solution for Auto Recovery of Amazon EC2 Instances Using AWS CDK and AWS Step Functions
Learn about a multi-regional first-line of support solution Chaos Gears put together using a serverless application running AWS Lambda under the baton of AWS Step Functions to relieve a customer’s engineers from some of their operational burdens. The approach described in this post can be adapted to serve other needs or cover different cases, as AWS Step Functions’ visual workflows allow for a quick translation of business requirements to technical ones.
Scaling and Managing TIBCO DataSynapse GridServer on AWS
Financial services customers face new industry regulations that require additional compute capacity up to 10 times to meet their regulatory demands. Learn about new service integrations and functionality that make TIBCO DataSynapse GridServer on AWS a great match to run grid computing workloads. These integrations help customers scale their grid workloads to take advantage of the compute elasticity and flexibility of AWS and GridServer without up-front capital expenditure.