Tag: Amazon Cognito
Learn how AWS customers can use Amazon Cognito for their application authentication and leverage Transmit Security to provide end users with a passwordless authentication experience. Amazon Cognito lets you easily add user sign-up and authentication to your mobile and web apps. Transmit Security is an AWS Partner that provides advanced authentication and risk management solutions to the largest enterprises in the world.
Explore how you can leverage Reserved concurrency to define a tiering strategy for multi-tenant software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications. There are many benefits when using AWS Lambda functions starting with the serverless model in SaaS that removes undifferentiated heavy lifting by simplifying the architecture and operational footprint. Reserved concurrency is an important feature of AWS Lambda which guarantees the maximum number of instances, running concurrently, for a Lambda specific function.
Unleash Mainframe Applications by Augmenting New Channels on AWS with IBM Z and Cloud Modernization Stack
The IBM mainframe remains a widely-used enterprise system, hosting core business-critical applications for the world’s leading banks, airlines, insurers, and more. Learn how to unleash the value of core business applications and data running on mainframes by exposing them as industry standard RESTful APIs with a no-code approach. Take advantage of these APIs using IBM Z and Cloud Modernization Stack to enable cloud-native applications in AWS to securely interact with mainframe applications and data.
Digital food ordering is one of the most rapidly growing global industries today. Cognizant’s OrderServ 2.0 platform is an omni-channel digital ordering platform designed for the restaurant and food services industries. It has built-in connectors for seamless integration with restaurant point-of-sale (POS) systems, master data management, payments services, loyalty programs, and other business applications. OrderServ 2.0 is offered as a SaaS platform hosted on AWS.
Most applications require a form of identity service to manage, authenticate, and authorize users. In SaaS applications, multi-tenancy adds specific challenges to this task. To meet these needs, SaaS builders must consider integrating with an identity service provider. AWS services such as Amazon Cognito or AWS Partner services like Auth0 provide deep expertise in the field and allow you to focus on your SaaS application’s value proposition while relying on a secure, feature-rich identity provider.
Every SaaS architecture must introduce mechanisms and policies that prevent noisy neighbor conditions. Getting these policies right is essential to building a robust SaaS solution that delivers a consistent experience to customers. This post looks at the different strategies that can be used to introduce the throttles (transaction rate) and quotas (transaction volume) that manage each tenant’s activity, exploring the various AWS services that can be used to bring these concepts to life.
Most SaaS solutions which undergo an AWS Foundational Technical Review (FTR) ingest, manage, and store sensitive data. The FTR is a review based on the AWS Well-Architected Framework and enables AWS Partners to identify and remediate risks in their solutions. Learn how to manage and secure sensitive data within their SaaS solutions with a focus on addressing requirements related to PII or PHI requirements in the Foundational Technical Review.
Through a broad network of physicians, Care Connectors Medical Group keeps patients up to date on their medical examinations and provides medical services without requiring office visits. Learn how TensorIoT leveraged Amazon Pinpoint and other AWS services to give CCMG a HIPAA-compliant system capable of handling scheduling and routing for their clients. The system helped CCMG to replace outdated cold calling methods, freeing up customer service agents to handle more complex customer issues.
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.
Like many of today’s leading media and streaming platforms, PBS wanted to take its overall user experience to the next level. That’s why PBS approached AWS Premier Tier Consulting Partner ClearScale, a leader in machine learning. ClearScale came up with a detailed roadmap for tackling PBS’s recommendation system project that included data operations, MLOps, and demonstrational user interface. Together, PBS and ClearScale decided to move forward with an AWS-powered solution on top of Amazon Personalize.