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Tag: Amazon Route 53

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How Radware CNP Uses Amazon Route 53 Query Logging for Threat Detection

AWS recently launched a new feature as part of its Amazon Route 53 service, called Route 53 Resolver Query Logging. This new service enables organizations to retrieve logs of their Domain Name System (DNS) queries originating from resources within their VPCs. Learn how these logs can be analyzed as part of the Radware Cloud Native Protector Service (CNP), which provides a range of fully managed, enterprise-grade cloud security solutions to protect applications running in public clouds.

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How to Use AWS Transfer Family to Replace and Scale SFTP Servers

In the financial services domain, it’s a common architecture pattern to find shared services file servers that act as SFTP file server or FTP server. Because these financial applications are not always API driven, data exchange using flat files remains the standard way to share information between applications, even when some of them have been migrated to AWS. Learn how DXC Technology addressed migrating this type of server using AWS Transfer Family, Amazon S3, and Amazon EFS.

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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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Building a Multi-Tenant SaaS Solution Using Amazon EKS

As more organizations make the move to a SaaS delivery model, many are choosing Amazon EKS as the target for their solutions. The programming model, cost efficiency, security, deployment, and operational attributes of Amazon EKS represent a compelling model for SaaS providers. Walk through the key architectural elements of a sample architecture, and learn how to isolate tenants within an EKS cluster, automate tenant onboarding, manage tenant identities, and support routing of tenant workloads.

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Design Considerations for Disaster Recovery with VMware Cloud on AWS

Customers who run VMware on-premises are incorporating VMware Cloud on AWS into their hybrid cloud strategy due to the immense benefits of using the AWS Global Infrastructure. As organizations plan hybrid cloud strategies, disaster recovery is a vital consideration to ensure business continuity in the event of a disaster. Learn about the architectural considerations and best practices for implementing disaster recovery using VMware Cloud on AWS.

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CoDetect: A Serverless AI-Powered Web App for Detecting Medical Conditions in CT Scans

DXC Technology created a serverless artificial intelligence-powered solution called CoDetect to help detect manifestations of COVID-19 (and other medical conditions) in CT scans. Learn about the AWS services DXC chose for this solution, and explore two functional use cases that demonstrate the benefits of DXC’s CoDetect design and implementation approach. CoDetect is a web-based app that allows end users to submit CT scan studies for an AI model analysis.

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Exposing Private APIs Across AWS Accounts Only for Authorized Access Methods

Virtusa recently received a requirement to make an application programming interface (API) accessible across another AWS account. The API was an internal-only API hosted in a private subnet, and could be accessed only from within the network. The requirement also stipulated Virtusa make only a few read-only (Get) methods accessible, and not all the methods from the API. Learn how Virtusa addressed the customer’s challenge by designing a solution that uses Amazon API Gateway with IAM authentication.

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Transforming Your Monolith to SaaS with AWS SaaS Boost

While the move to a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model is appealing to many organizations, the time, effort, and investment that’s required to transition to a new multi-tenant architecture can represent a significant hurdle. To address this need for AWS Partners and customers, we have introduced AWS SaaS Boost, an open-source reference environment that provides developers with a low-friction way to transform existing applications into SaaS products.

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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 Leverage Amazon Route 53 VPC DNS Queries in Splunk on AWS

Customers are always looking for new ways to improve operational efficiency and the security posture of applications running in their virtual private clouds (VPCs). Amazon Route 53 recently launched a Resolver Query Logs capability which lets customers log the DNS queries originating in their Amazon VPC. Follow along with our step-by-step instructions for logging VPC DNS queries in Amazon Route 53, ingesting them into Splunk, and then analyzing them with Splunk.

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