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Category: Technical How-to

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Low Latency Real-Time Cache Updates with Amazon ElastiCache for Redis and Confluent Cloud Kafka

Founded by the creators of Apache Kafka, Confluent offers a platform for data in motion that enables processing data as real-time streams across on-premises and AWS. Learn how to power a logistics and inventory system with microsecond read performance powered by Amazon ElastiCache for Redis and durable streaming with Kafka powered by Confluent Cloud. You can use this pattern for building streaming applications and other broad sets of use cases with asynchronous requirements for low latency reads.

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Run Codefresh Pipelines on Amazon EKS Using Bottlerocket OS

Bottlerocket OS is designed to be able to run anywhere and has a pre-built variant for Amazon EKS. Learn how to deploy Codefresh Runners on Amazon EKS using Bottlerocket-based nodes to help scale your build environments quickly and benefit from Bottlerocket OS’s hardened security and simplified management. Codefresh is built with speed and scalability in mind so you can run your builds in a fraction of the time and lets you scale concurrent builds to meet these needs.

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How to Get Logs from Amazon S3 Using Filebeat and Metricbeat in Elastic Stack

When you use Amazon S3 to store corporate data and host websites, you need additional logging to monitor access to your data and the performance of your applications. An effective logging solution enhances security and improves detection of security incidents. Learn how to use the Elastic Beats to extract logs stored in S3 buckets that can be indexed, analyzed, and visualized with the Elastic Stack. Elastic is an AWS ISV Partner that helps you find information, gain insights, and protect your data when you run on AWS.

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Implementing Multi-Factor Authentication in React Using Auth0 and AWS Amplify

AWS Amplify is a set of tools and services that can be used, together or on their own, to help frontend web and mobile developers build scalable full stack applications. With Amplify, you can configure app backends and connect your app in minutes, deploy static web apps in a few clicks, and easily manage app content outside the AWS Management Console. Learn how to add multi-factor authentication to a React Single-Page Application (SPA) using Auth0 and AWS Amplify.

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Securing AWS IoT Greengrass Deployments with NXP’s EdgeLock SE050

Within AWS IoT fleet deployments, each connected device needs to have unique, trusted, verifiable identity. While Linux OS provides strong protection from unauthorized user access, it’s still possible to compromise the system if the attacker has full physical access to the device. NXP EdgeLock SE050 prevents attackers from extracting the private key even if the physical integrity of the device is compromised and the attacker managed to get access to the device filesystem.

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Deploying IBM Mainframe z/OS on AWS with IBM ZD&T

With an increased pace of innovation and demand for faster development and testing cycles, customers with mainframes want to adopt DevOps practices for their z/OS environments. To facilitate these practices, IBM offers the IBM Z Development and Test (ZD&T), a hardware emulation solution that allows regular z/OS software to run on the x86 platform by emulating the IBM Z instruction set, IO, and other devices. Learn how to create your own IBM ZD&T and z/OS environment on AWS.

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How to Integrate AWS Single Sign-On with MongoDB Atlas

MongoDB Atlas is the global cloud database service for modern applications, and in this post learn how to configure MongoDB Atlas to authenticate using AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO). Instead of having to sign in separately to MongoDB Atlas Control Plane, with this configuration enabled users can access the MongoDB Atlas user interface with their corporate credentials using AWS SSO. This delivers a better user experience without the need for managing separate sets of credentials.

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Bursting Your On-Premises Data Lake Analytics and AI Workloads on AWS

Developing and maintaining an on-premises data lake is a complex undertaking. To maximize the value of data and use it as the basis for critical decisions, the data platform must be flexible and cost-effective. Learn how to build a hybrid data lake with Alluxio to leverage analytics and AI on AWS alongside a multi-petabyte on-premises data lake. Alluxio’s solution is called “zero-copy” hybrid cloud, indicating a cloud migration approach without first copying data to Amazon S3.

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Storing Multi-Tenant SaaS Data in a Serverless Environment with Amazon Keyspaces

With Amazon Keyspaces, AWS has enabled SaaS providers to run their Apache Cassandra workloads using a fully managed, serverless offering. This option allows you to leverage the strengths of Cassandra while getting all of the scale, cost, reliability, and operational efficiency that comes with a managed model. Learn how Amazon Keyspaces can be used to store data in a multi-tenant architecture and review common models for partitioning each tenant’s data.

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Exposing Private APIs Across AWS Accounts Only for Authorized Access Methods

Virtusa recently received a requirement to make an application programming interface (API) accessible across another AWS account. The API was an internal-only API hosted in a private subnet, and could be accessed only from within the network. The requirement also stipulated Virtusa make only a few read-only (Get) methods accessible, and not all the methods from the API. Learn how Virtusa addressed the customer’s challenge by designing a solution that uses Amazon API Gateway with IAM authentication.

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