AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog
Wix Combines Amazon GuardDuty and Orca Security to Provide Enterprise-Grade Security for Over 230 Million Users
The security team at Wix, a global leader in providing a comprehensive, cloud-based platform for web development, needed to reduce and prioritize the number of alerts and get a deeper dive into their cloud infrastructure stack. They sought to understand issues and vulnerabilities that could possibly be exploited and gain more context pertaining to incidents. Learn how Orca Security and Amazon GuardDuty helped prioritize detected alerts based on the severity of a security issue, its accessibility, and business impact.
This year’s Partner Experience at AWS re:Invent offers content and activities designed specifically for AWS Partners and prospective partners alike. Learn how to leverage AWS services to build solutions for customers, and explore AWS Partner Network (APN) programs that can help differentiate your business to reach new customers faster. There are both business and technical-focused breakout sessions, workshops, chalk talks, and the not-to-miss Partner Keynote on Wednesday, November 30.
Predicting demand for medical products can be a formidable challenge, since many items have no underlying seasonality patterns nor a consistent shelf life. Learn how Ganit worked with a client to achieve reductions in inventory by designing a robust solution with Amazon Forecast. This post details the approach used to define the objectives and discover the data treatments, and cover employing the flexible architecture provided by Forecast to turn the client’s data into a strength.
AWS is excited to announce the general availability of I4i.metal instances, a new bare-metal instance for VMware Cloud on AWS. This new instance type offers high memory, CPU, and storage configuration that is ideal for workloads needing fast access to datasets. I4i.metal supports a variety of use cases which includes transactional databases (like MySQL, Oracle DB, MS SQL Server) and NoSQL databases (such as MongoDB and Couchbase).
Conversational AI solutions, like chatbots and interactive voice response systems (IVR), are a key component of enterprises’ customer service strategy. AWS recently ran a survey, through ESG, on consumers’ opinions of automated customer service solutions like chatbots and IVRs. Conversational AI solutions have come a long way from basic FAQ experiences, and while we see strong positive signals of consumer interest in automated solutions, there are still areas for improvement.
Learn how Amazon FinSpace, a data management and analytics service purpose-built to help solve these challenges for the financial services industry, and our AWS Partners have developed business-ready platforms that map to the needs of industry analysts, data scientists, quants, and asset managers. These validated AWS Partners accelerate deployment with ready-made frameworks for specific sub-sectoral business cases using Amazon FinSpace.
VMware Cloud on AWS accelerates digital transformation and leverages the investments that businesses have already made, helping customers around the world migrate and modernize their VMware workloads. Check out the infographic for a true picture of the path to the cloud and start taking advantage of improved infrastructure, scalability, and agility today. For a seamless and integrated hybrid cloud solution—one that’s fast, safe, easy, and cost-effective—learn more about VMware Cloud on AWS.
VMware vRealize Orchestrator is a part of VMware’s vRealize Suite and tied in closely with VMware vRealize Automation. This post highlights how you can use vRealize Orchestrator to deploy and manage VMware Cloud on AWS environments. It shows a method of automating VMware Cloud on AWS and helps admins get started using vRO to manage VMware Cloud on AWS environments. The sample code can be found in this GitHub page and follows the VMware Cloud on AWS API guide from VMware.
As customers look to innovate with the cloud, AWS is focused on helping organizations grow by enabling them to securely run a wide range of applications with price performance benefits. AMD-powered instances are integral to these offerings, and with AMD’s announcement of fourth-generation AMD EPYC processors AWS plans to offer Amazon EC2 instances powered by the newly-introduced processors. These instances will expand customer choice of compute options available on EC2.
Federated learning (FL) addresses the need of preserving privacy while having access to large datasets for machine learning model training. The NVIDIA FLARE (which stands for Federated Learning Application Runtime Environment) platform provides an open-source Python SDK for collaborative computation and offers privacy-preserving FL workflows at scale. NVIDIA is an AWS Competency Partner that has pioneered accelerated computing to tackle challenges in AI and computer graphics.