AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog

Category: Amazon Elastic Block Storage (EBS)

Clumio-AWS-Partners

Protecting Your Amazon EBS Volumes at Scale with Clumio

Many AWS customers who use Amazon EBS to store persistent data need to back up that data, sometimes for long periods of time. Clumio’s SaaS solution protects Amazon EBS volumes from multiple AWS accounts though a single policy via tagging. Amazon EBS backups by Clumio are securely stored outside of your AWS account in the Clumio service built on AWS, which is protected by end-to-end encryption and stored in an immutable format.

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Insurity_AWS Solutions

How Insurity Architected ClaimsXPress for High Availability and Resiliency on AWS

ISVs servicing the insurance industry can take advantage of AWS infrastructure and services to architect solutions that meet these needs, without requiring large up-front capital expenditures. Insurity ClaimsXPress is a claims management system built on AWS that provides a redundant, secure, multi-region architecture. In this post, we will outline how Insurity has architected their ClaimsXPress solution on AWS to deliver an enterprise-grade SaaS solution for the commercial insurance market.

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Splunk_AWS Solutions

How to Reduce AWS Storage Costs for Splunk Deployments Using SmartStore

It can be overwhelming for organizations to keep pace with the amount of data being generated by machines every day. There’s a great deal of meaningful information that can be extracted from data, but companies need software vendors to develop tools that help. In this post, learn about Splunk SmartStore and how it helps customers to reduce storage cost in a Splunk deployment on AWS. Many customers are using SmartStore to reduce the size of Amazon EBS volumes and moving data to Amazon S3.

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Video

Using the New Amazon EC2 G3 Instances to Playout an IP-Based Ultra High Definition Channel on AWS

AWS Partner Cinegy has long been an advocate of IP-based video workflows and understands that maintaining visual quality whilst reducing bandwidth consumption is an ongoing challenge with the increasing data requirements of formats such as Ultra High Definition (UHD). In this post, Cinegy demonstrates how to deploy a fully-functional playout engine using Amazon EC2 resources and the Cinegy Amazon Machine Image (AMI) to deliver a UHD TV channel with graphics.

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