AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog

Docker for AWS – Now Available in the AWS Marketplace

AWS customers now have the ability to purchase Docker for AWS via the AWS Marketplace. Docker for AWS is available at no additional cost (Docker Community Edition, CE) or as a supported subscription offering (Docker Enterprise Edition, EE). Both Docker CE and Docker EE offer a toolset that allows customers to deploy a “Container as […]

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Automating Lifecycle Rules for Multipart Uploads in Amazon S3

Erin McGill co-authored this blog with Mike Ruiz. Both Erin and Mike are AWS Partner Solutions Architects.  Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) provides a secure, durable, highly scalable, and simple way to store your object data. It’s easy to create new buckets to contain data, and to store and retrieve any amount of data […]

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Recapping the First AWS Partner Summit – Canada

AWS hosted its very first AWS Partner Summit – Canada in Toronto at the end of January. The Summit was a one-day event, and it was packed with business and technical content led by Rob Stevens, AWS Area Partner Sales Lead for Canada. The day included eight breakout sessions, a keynote from Terry Wise, Vice […]

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Recap of Healthcare and Life Sciences Week on the APN Blog

Last week we hosted our first Healthcare and Life Sciences Week on the APN Blog as a lead up to HIMSS 2017. Throughout the week, we featured content from AWS subject matter experts and APN Partners. A number of posts detailed how Healthcare and Life Sciences Competency Partners are innovating within the space on AWS. Check out all […]

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Concluding Healthcare and Life Sciences Week on the APN Blog

By Oxana Pickeral. Oxana is the Global Segment Leader for Healthcare & Life Sciences at AWS. As our Healthcare and Life Sciences Week draws to a close, let’s take a look back at some of the highlights of the week and what we are looking forward to heading into HIMSS. We will also share some […]

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It’s Day One For Our Healthcare and Life Sciences Partners – Looking Ahead to 2017

Aaron Friedman is a Healthcare and Life Sciences Partner Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services Over this past week, we’ve seen how many of our Healthcare and Life Sciences Partners architect compliant workloads on AWS (and these were just a couple of highlights from our Healthcare and Life Sciences Competency Partner base!). I’m continuously impressed […]

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How Cloudticity Uses Automation to Scale Healthcare Solutions

Aaron Friedman is a Healthcare and Life Sciences Partner Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services “Don’t automate what you don’t yet understand” is one of the best pieces of software development advice anyone has ever given me. When tackling a new problem, you will often follow the same general process. First, you dive deep into […]

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AWS Marketplace Adds Healthcare & Life Sciences Category

Enabling organizations on AWS with best-of-breed healthcare and life sciences solutions that accelerate scientific discovery, drive insights from clinical data, and improve operational efficiency. This is a guest post from the Wilson To, Sr. Category Leader – HCLS, AWS Marketplace.  Healthcare and life sciences companies deal with huge amounts of data, and many of their data […]

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Achieving Compliance Through DevOps with REAN Cloud

Aaron Friedman is a Healthcare & Life Sciences Partner Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services When I survey our Healthcare and Life Sciences Partners, one of the common competencies I see is a great foundation in DevOps best practices. By building software in an automated and traceable manner, you are able to more easily determine […]

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How hc1.com Architects for HIPAA Compliance in the Cloud

Aaron Friedman is a Healthcare & Life Sciences Partner Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services An individual’s relationship with his or her doctor and caregivers is of utmost importance – especially when serious health problems arise. Yet patients can easily end up feeling like they are just a number, rather than an important customer, as […]

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