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Category: Technical How-to

How Etleap Integrates with Amazon Redshift Data Sharing to Provide Isolation of ETL and BI Workloads

Tens of thousands of customers use Amazon Redshift to process exabytes of data per day and power analytics workloads such as business intelligence, predictive analytics, and real-time streaming analytics. Learn how Etleap integrates with new data sharing and cross-database querying capabilities in Amazon Redshift to enable workload isolation for diverse analytics use cases in customer environments. Etleap integrates with any data source and runs either as a hosted solution (SaaS) or inside your VPC.

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Using AWS CodeBuild and Bridgecrew to Prevent Misconfigurations in AWS CloudFormation and Terraform

Scanning for misconfigurations as part of your CI/CD pipeline helps maintain a solid security posture for all changed resources before provisioning them to a running environment. Learn how to integrate infrastructure as code security and compliance scanning using AWS CodeBuild and Bridgecrew, a cloud security platform for developers. Bridgecrew is generally used to find security misconfigurations and policy violations across Amazon Web Services (AWS) and in configuration frameworks.

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How to Connect Your LoRaWAN Devices to AWS IoT Core Using Actility ThingPark 

AWS IoT Core offers a managed cloud service to support trillions of messages from billions of devices, and route messages easily and securely to devices and other AWS services. Learn how to use an AWS CloudFormation template to build the Actility ThingPark X connector to AWS IoT as the first step to connect LoRaWAN-enabled endpoints to AWS IoT Core, and to make use of other cloud services available on AWS.

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Building an Intelligent Contact Center with Zendesk and Amazon Connect

Zendesk and VoiceFoundry released the Amazon Connect app on the Zendesk Marketplace as part of a broader vision for the intelligent contact center of the future. The Amazon Connect app for Zendesk brings together a wide set of capabilities and unlocks endless possibilities for you to empower your agents and better engage your customers. By combining the powers of Amazon Connect and Zendesk, businesses can build a more intelligent contact center.

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AI-Driven Analytics at Any Scale with ThoughtSpot and Amazon Redshift

ThoughtSpot has developed a way for business people to easily answer their own data questions. Search-driven analytics is based on the concept that finding answers to business questions should be as easy as a basic internet search. With ThoughtSpot, there’s no need for SQL expertise or lengthy training sessions—rather, simple searches are translated into database queries and answers are calculated on-the-fly.

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How to Leverage Amazon Route 53 VPC DNS Queries in Splunk on AWS

Customers are always looking for new ways to improve operational efficiency and the security posture of applications running in their virtual private clouds (VPCs). Amazon Route 53 recently launched a Resolver Query Logs capability which lets customers log the DNS queries originating in their Amazon VPC. Follow along with our step-by-step instructions for logging VPC DNS queries in Amazon Route 53, ingesting them into Splunk, and then analyzing them with Splunk.

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Rapid Data Lake Development with Data Lake as Code Using AWS CloudFormation

Data lakes have evolved into the single store-platform for all enterprise data managed. On AWS, an integrated set of services are available to engineer and automate data lakes. A data lake on AWS is able to group all of the previously mentioned services of relational and non-relational data and allow you to query results faster and at a lower cost. Learn how nClouds used code automation via AWS CloudFormation to create a dynamic data lake stack to visualize and analyze the financial market data.

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How to Export a Model from Domino for Deployment in Amazon SageMaker

Data science is driving significant value for many organizations, including fueling new revenue streams, improving longstanding processes, and optimizing customer experience. Domino Data Lab empowers code-first data science teams to overcome these challenges of building and deploying data science at scale. Learn how to build and export a model from the Domino platform for deployment in Amazon SageMaker. Deploying models within Domino provides insight into the full model lineage.

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Connecting Applications Securely to a MongoDB Atlas Data Plane with AWS PrivateLink

Customers want to guarantee private connectivity to MongoDB Atlas running on AWS. All dedicated clusters on MongoDB Atlas are deployed in their own VPC, so customers usually connect to a cluster via VPC peering or public IP access-listing. AWS PrivateLink allows you to securely access MongoDB Atlas clusters from your own VPC. In this post, follow step-by-step instructions to configure AWS PrivateLink for MongoDB Atlas, ensuring private connectivity to your data.

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How to Implement Object-Based Authorization in Serverless Applications Using Amazon Cognito

When building a complex web service such as a serverless application, sooner or later you must deal with permission control. Amazon Cognito is a powerful authentication and authorization service managed by AWS and is often combined with Amazon API Gateway and AWS Lambda to build secure serverless web services. Through the blueprint of an AWS Lambda authorizer, learn how to implement object-based authorization in serverless applications on AWS.

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