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Implementing Multi-Factor Authentication in React Using Auth0 and AWS Amplify

AWS Amplify is a set of tools and services that can be used, together or on their own, to help frontend web and mobile developers build scalable full stack applications. With Amplify, you can configure app backends and connect your app in minutes, deploy static web apps in a few clicks, and easily manage app content outside the AWS Management Console. Learn how to add multi-factor authentication to a React Single-Page Application (SPA) using Auth0 and AWS Amplify.

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AI-Driven Analytics on AWS Using Tableau and Amazon SageMaker

Organizations that have foresight into their business have a competitive advantage. Advanced analytics that enable foresight have historically required scarce resources to develop predictive models using techniques like machine learning. Traditionally, this is a difficult endeavor, but recent progress in ML automation has made democratization of ML a possibility. Learn about the value of augmenting analytics with ML through the Amazon SageMaker for Tableau Quick Start.

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How Capgemini Simplifies Pandemic Management with AWS Machine Learning Services

In a global pandemic, it can be hard for medical practitioners and patients to get connected and treated. Continually being on top of patients’ progress is also a challenge, along with scarcity of doctors who themselves are affected by the pandemic. Learn about a reference architecture from Capgemini that uses AWS machine learning services to enable doctors and patients to interact with the least amount of physical contact, while also improving efficiency in treatment management, tracking, and auditing.

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Architecting Successful SaaS: Interacting with Your SaaS Customer’s Cloud Accounts

Explore several common AWS services and architectural patterns used by SaaS vendors to interact with their customers’ cloud accounts. Examples of SaaS products requiring some level of account interaction often fall into the categories of logging and monitoring, security, compliance, data analytics, DevOps, workflow management, and resource optimization. SaaS products, such as the ones in these categories, regularly interact with resources in the subscribing customer’s AWS account.

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