AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog

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How Validus Built a Bloomberg Real-Time Market Data Integration on AWS in a Week

The increase in market uncertainty over the last couple of years has demonstrated the need for market participants to have a dynamic view of the risks and impacts due to market moves on their portfolios. This post explores how Validus, a leading independent technology-enabled financial services firm, built a Bloomberg real-time market data integration using serverless managed services on AWS.

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Orchestrating Multi-Region Apps with Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management and Submariner

Customers have different reasons to run multiple Red Hat OpenShift clusters, including having separate clusters per geographical locations, setting a cluster-level boundary between mission-critical applications, data residency, and reducing latency for end users. This post explores Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes and how it extends the value of Red Hat OpenShift for hybrid environments. It also explores different scenarios where having a multi-cluster environment is beneficial.

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Build and Deploy a Secure Container Image with AWS and Snyk

Learn how to build a Java application in a Docker container and push the container image to Amazon ECR orchestrated by AWS CodePipeline. We’ll use Snyk to scan your code, build a container image, and display the results in both Snyk and Amazon ECR. We’ll also show you how Amazon Inspector utilizes Snyk open source to provide insight into your software security vulnerabilities. All of this functionality is available from the AWS Management Console.

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Power Your AWS Application with Customer Bank Data and Payments Using Yapily APIs

Open banking is revolutionizing financial services and companies like Yapily are at the forefront of this new wave of innovation. Learn how to build and deploy a basic application on AWS in a few simple steps using the Yapily Bank Connector. We’ll demonstrate how an end user would select their bank from a list, securely connect to that bank and give consent to either share data or make a payment. Connecting to thousands of banks, Yapily uses a secure open API to power industry leaders in financial services.

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How Multi-Tenancy with AWS Transfer Family is a Cost-Effective Solution

AWS Transfer Family provides SFTP, FTPS, and/or FTP access to Amazon S3 or Amazon Amazon EFS. It does that by providing a secure, highly available, and scalable server endpoint. You pay for the time this endpoint is enabled, and for data transfer (upload and download). Learn how this makes a multi-tenant setup where an endpoint is shared between different users (or applications), a more cost-efficient solution than having dedicated endpoints.

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Deploy Accelerated ML Models to Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service Using OctoML CLI

Deploying machine learning (ML) models as a packaged container with hardware-optimized acceleration, without compromising accuracy and while being financially feasible, can be challenging. As machine learning models become the brains of modern applications, developers need a simpler way to deploy trained ML models to live endpoints for inference. This post explores how a ML engineer can take a trained model, optimize and containerize the model using OctoML CLI, and deploy it to Amazon EKS.

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How T-Systems Enabled AWS Config at Scale for Deutsche Telekom IT’s Landing Zone

Learn how T-Systems has enabled AWS Config at scale on Deutsche Telekom IT’s AWS landing zone, which is a brownfield environment with more than 600 AWS accounts. AWS Config is a governance and compliance service that enables you to assess, audit, and evaluate the configurations of your resources. The main motivator for Deutsche Telekom IT using AWS Config is that developing compliance checks using custom tools was time consuming, unscalable, and came with a large operational overhead.

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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.

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Adding F5 BIG-IP Virtual Edition Load Balancing for Container Network Functions in Amazon EKS

The F5 BIG-IP Virtual Edition (VE) load balancer deployment adds new Layer 4 application capabilities and added visibility to those applications inside an Amazon EKS cluster to ensure a successful deployment in a containerized environment. This post presents a step-by-step guide for using the F5 BIG-IP VE on AWS as a load balancer for EKS clusters by using additional components, including the F5 Container Ingress Service (CIS) and F5 IPAM Controller (FIC).

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Apache Iceberg: An Introduction from Rackspace on Running the New Open Table Format on AWS

Data-driven decision making is accelerating and defining the way organizations work. With this transformation, there has been a rapid adoption of data lakes across the industry. Hear from Rackspace, an AWS Premier Tier Services Partner, about the drawbacks of existing data lake architecture, what Apache Iceberg is, and how it overcomes the shortcomings of the current state of data lakes. Then dive deep on the design differences between Apache Hive and Iceberg.

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