AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog
Armory recently launched its Continuous Deployment-as-a-Service solution which delivers the ability to declaratively automate your entire deployment process across multiple environments so that development teams can focus on writing great code rather than deploying it. Learn how the AWS SaaS Factory team supported Armory during the design of the solution through deep-dive workshops and sessions that helped accelerate the delivery of the SaaS product.
Amazon EKS and Calico Cloud’s combined solution provides proof of security compliance to meet organizational regulatory requirements, but building and running cloud-native applications in EKS requires communication with other AWS and external third-party services. Learn how you can apply zero-trust workload access controls along with microsegmentation for workloads on EKS, and explore what implementing zero-trust workload access controls and identity-aware microsegmentation means for you.
New this year, AWS Partners can self-nominate themselves to be considered across a variety of AWS Partner Award categories, all related to partner focus areas, technologies, and the significant impact partners are making in delighting our customers. Award submissions will be reviewed and selected with special emphasis placed on customer success use cases presented in the nomination form. All nominations must be submitted by 11:59 PM PST on September 15, 2022.
Building multi-tenant systems can represent a major effort for some teams. This post focuses on introducing strategies that allow developers to write their day-to-day code without having to think about how tenancy might influence their implementation. AWS Lambda Layers allow SaaS architects to centralize tenant-aware libraries without impacting the size or load-time of your application’s functions.
The increased need to support large amounts of business data exchange, a stronger need for data governance, security, and compliance, and a proliferation of data sources has driven many companies to seek native solutions for Managed File Transfer and B2B file exchange. AWS Transfer Family Service Delivery Partners provide the expertise, proven success, and validated solutions that allow customers to move to a modernized, cloud-native MFT and B2B file exchange solution.
Customers are looking for supply chain technology capabilities to meet these challenges. The new AWS Supply Chain Competency features top AWS Partners who provide professional services and cloud-native supply chain solutions on AWS. These solutions enable companies of every size and segment to enhance their responsiveness to customers, strengthen their resilience to disruptions, and become more responsible to the environment and global community.
Infosys Digital Health Platform is a connected health platform powered by AWS and is designed to help patients lead a healthy life. It achieves this through regular and in-depth insights on a patient’s daily habits and streaming of vital health parameters from different connected devices. It also tracks symptoms and quality-of-life indicators. With this information, the platform analyses data for multiple therapeutic areas and provides necessary insights.
The increase in market uncertainty over the last couple of years has demonstrated the need for market participants to have a dynamic view of the risks and impacts due to market moves on their portfolios. This post explores how Validus, a leading independent technology-enabled financial services firm, built a Bloomberg real-time market data integration using serverless managed services on AWS.
Next in our “10 Years of Success” series is beSharp, an AWS Premier Tier Services Partner that helps customers design, implement, and manage complex cloud infrastructures. With AWS Competencies in SaaS, Data and Analytics, DevOps, and Migration, beSharp’s team of cloud experts have contributed to thousands of cloud projects. We spoke with beSharp’s CEO and Co-Founder, Simone Merlini, about beSharp’s work and accomplishments, as well as how its business has grown as an AWS Partner since joining the APN in 2012.
Customers have different reasons to run multiple Red Hat OpenShift clusters, including having separate clusters per geographical locations, setting a cluster-level boundary between mission-critical applications, data residency, and reducing latency for end users. This post explores Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes and how it extends the value of Red Hat OpenShift for hybrid environments. It also explores different scenarios where having a multi-cluster environment is beneficial.