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Scaling Laravel Jobs with AWS Batch and Amazon EventBridge

Many customers at DNX Solutions struggle with different facets of their cloud platform optimization, but scalability is usually identified as one of the main factors to drive a cloud modernization project. Learn how DNX Solutions modernized a customer’s heavy image processing jobs, and moved from a traditional pooling mechanism to an event-driven architecture supported by AWS Batch and Amazon EventBridge. The key objective of the process detailed in this post was to enable the customer to scale their data platform.

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Automation-Driven Atos Cloud Migration Factory for Accelerated Containerization

Containerization has emerged as one of the most popular choices for application deployment. Some apps can be easily moved to managed container platforms, but they require changes before they are ready for containerization. The Atos cloud factory migration approach helps customers adopt modernization along with migration rather than do it in a two-step process which starts with lift and shift and ends with modernization. Atos is an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner with the Migration Competency.

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Low Latency Real-Time Cache Updates with Amazon ElastiCache for Redis and Confluent Cloud Kafka

Founded by the creators of Apache Kafka, Confluent offers a platform for data in motion that enables processing data as real-time streams across on-premises and AWS. Learn how to power a logistics and inventory system with microsecond read performance powered by Amazon ElastiCache for Redis and durable streaming with Kafka powered by Confluent Cloud. You can use this pattern for building streaming applications and other broad sets of use cases with asynchronous requirements for low latency reads.

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­­­­­­­How DataArt Helped Inchcape Shipping Services to Revolutionize Document Processing on AWS

The main thing that all interested parties need when a vessel is in port—and this has never changed—is information. Learn how Inchcape, a global organization and leader in ships agency and maritime services that covers around 2,500 ports, teamed up with DataArt to reimagine its core operational platform, Optic, as a bespoke .NET Core-based microservices solution. Optic builds trust through transparency of the vessel program, real-time updates, and standardized workflow and data across all port calls and locations.

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How Cognizant OrderServ Saves 90% on Infrastructure Costs with AWS Serverless Architecture

Digital food ordering is one of the most rapidly growing global industries today. Cognizant’s OrderServ is an omnichannel digital ordering platform designed for the restaurant and food services industry. Learn how the Cognizant OrderServ platform (for a Kiosk channel) leveraged the AWS Serverless architecture and realized AWS infrastructure cost savings of 90% along with scalability improvements.

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How Ensono Delivered Guinness World Records’ Award-Winning Migration of Windows Workloads to AWS

Many organizations are cautious about moving to the cloud, or are fighting against gravity by staying on-premises. To keep up with their community’s needs, Guinness World Records has had to reimagine their IT architecture. Learn how Ensono helped Guinness World Records move all-in on AWS over a period of 10 months, and explore how Ensono continues to help them innovate using advanced AWS services.

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How to Implement Object-Based Authorization in Serverless Applications Using Amazon Cognito

When building a complex web service such as a serverless application, sooner or later you must deal with permission control. Amazon Cognito is a powerful authentication and authorization service managed by AWS and is often combined with Amazon API Gateway and AWS Lambda to build secure serverless web services. Through the blueprint of an AWS Lambda authorizer, learn how to implement object-based authorization in serverless applications on AWS.

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