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Servian Cloud Foundation helps organizations build an automated, secure, compliant, and fully customizable account and infrastructure foundation on AWS. It’s a well-architected and opinionated blueprint built from Servian’s expertise and experience helping customers address security, compliance, DevOps, and IaC adoption challenges. Servian Cloud Foundation significantly reduces time to adoption for building solutions at speed and scale, while decreasing risk and putting in place consistent best-practice processes.
The notion of shared responsibility has become very popular in the public cloud, and rightly so. This post focuses on helping organizations achieve their part of shared responsibility—security in the cloud. We start by introducing three areas of responsibility—configuration, access, and data—and then illustrate how tools from AWS Security Competency Partner Zscaler can address security and compliance issues in each of these areas.
Most financial institutions are at different stages of their cloud journey. Many are challenged with delivering new and enhanced services, providing services faster, and driving operational efficiencies while facing increasingly competitive markets. Learn how Avaloq has laid a good foundation to help businesses ease the journey of testing and integrating new solutions by managing the complexities across various phases utilizing Avaloq’s sandbox solution powered by AWS.
Utilities need a solution to manage devices on the field, whether they are for the management of gas, water, electricity, waste, or other. IBM has developed BEAM IoT to address these needs with a solution that, in addition to offering modules and functionalities specific to each segment, has been designed to be open and modular. It can be quickly extended to new business use cases, new regulatory requests, new types of IoT devices, and new data analysis requirements.
Gaining Critical Security Insights and Control of Your Traffic with Aviatrix ThreatIQ and ThreatGuard
It can be difficult to gain security insights into your cloud infrastructure, especially as architectures grow to encompass multiple availability zones, regions, and clouds. Aviatrix Systems is uniquely positioned to provide deep insights into network traffic that can augment AWS-native security capabilities. In this post, we detail new capabilities that were recently added to the Aviatrix Secure Network Platform—ThreatIQ and ThreatGuard.
As serverless architectures start to grow, finding the right troubleshooting approach becomes a business-critical aspect. In this post, dive into the “instrumentation approach” and how to keep track of internal events within an AWS Lambda function, and how to export processed telemetry data. Lumigo shares a practical guide on how to use AWS Lambda Extensions and follow a storyline of extracting internal events from Lambda functions, processing them, and sending telemetry data to external services.
Open Finance initiatives have been gaining momentum across the world. These initiatives require that banks provide access to customer data through a common, open API for third-party applications, which are referred to as fintech apps. Learn how to build and deploy a basic fintech app on AWS in under an hour by using the Plaid Link API. This app allows users to sign up, log in, select their bank from a list, connect to that bank, and display the latest transactions.
This post explains the challenges faced by customers running SAP ECC environments on premises and how IBM can accelerate their S/4 HANA transformation journey to AWS. The IBM Accelerated Move Centre (AMC) delivers a cost-effective approach to SAP S/4HANA transformations, enabling customers to migrate and modernize, utilize existing investments, reduce costs, and embrace cloud innovations. IBM has nearly 50 years of experience in the industry, and has completed more than 6,500 SAP projects.
Building a Multi-Region Solution for Auto Recovery of Amazon EC2 Instances Using AWS CDK and AWS Step Functions
Learn about a multi-regional first-line of support solution Chaos Gears put together using a serverless application running AWS Lambda under the baton of AWS Step Functions to relieve a customer’s engineers from some of their operational burdens. The approach described in this post can be adapted to serve other needs or cover different cases, as AWS Step Functions’ visual workflows allow for a quick translation of business requirements to technical ones.
When implemented in legacy on-premises systems, business rules tend to be rigid in nature and impact business agility. By using a combination of AWS managed services, Capgemini can build a cloud-based rules engine that can be scaled to increasing data volume, easily configured, and quickly accessed. This enables organizations to be completely agile in developing new business rules, or updating/retiring business rules, without relying on IT.