Tag: Amazon Route 53
This post explores an asynchronous pattern for ingesting data from legacy systems, collecting it into projections, and aggregating it into single views. The purpose of this solution is to decouple the source systems where data is stored from the external channels that request data—ensuring both offloading of source systems and making data available to channels 24/7 and in near real-time. The proposed solution is a simplification of the high-end architecture of Mia-Platform Fast Data.
Accelerate Application Modernization and Migration on AWS with Infosys Accelerators for Containerization
Containers are widely used in the development of cloud-native applications based on a microservices architecture. These applications are designed to be scalable, highly available, and resilient to failure. Learn about common use cases of containers which can be implemented by leveraging AWS services and how AWS Premier Tier Services Partner Infosys offers integrated consulting and technology solutions that leverage of the flexibility and economics of cloud where IT and business services are delivered on demand.
Developing and deploying .NET applications on AWS helps organizations achieve the scale and agility offered by cloud computing. The TCS Serverless .NET deployment solution uses the AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) and simplifies deployment, scalability, and maintenance of .NET applications while providing increased efficiencies and easy adoption of the .NET solutions on AWS. Learn about the solution’s overview, architecture, key principles, and benefits using a case study from a large financial services company.
Data security is a particularly important topic for multi-tenant SaaS applications that handle customers’ sensitive data. How to securely segregate tenant data and how to provide data access to customers will vary depending on the SaaS solution’s architecture and its requirements. This post explores how SaaS vendors can build secure, scalable, and cost-effective data exchange mechanisms using SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol) with AWS managed services like AWS Transfer Family.
AWS Migration Hub Refactor Spaces is designed to help customers refactor existing applications incrementally, while increasing business agility and time to market and maximizing the business value of AWS. Follow a demonstration of an actual upgrade of a monolithic application with AWS Migration Hub Refactor Spaces, including setting up the Migration Spaces environment and refactoring two microservices of the monolithic application.
To help organizations defend themselves against cyber threats, Anomali, a leader in intelligence-driven cybersecurity solutions, recently launched its cloud-native extended detection and response (XDR) solution, The Anomali Platform. The AWS SaaS Factory team spoke with Mark Alba, Chief Product Officer at Anomali, to learn more about Anomali Cloud-Native XDR SaaS, the value its new solution brings to customers, and the key lessons learned from the journey to SaaS on AWS.
Cisco Secure Firewall Cloud Native (SFCN) is a lightweight network firewall in a cloud-native form factor. Offering granular control and massive throughput potential, SFCN enables security at the speed of business. It offers an easy way to deploy scalable remote access VPN architecture as its primary use case. The solution utilizes Amazon Amazon EKS and other cloud-native services including Amazon ElastiCache for Redis and Amazon Amazon EFS.
Building with Cells: High Availability and Disaster Recovery Strategies for ADP’s Globally Distributed Enterprise Platforms
Lifion by ADP is an AWS-qualified software offering that builds human capital management (HCM) software to help large, international enterprises manage their workforce. This post explores Lifion’s Kubernetes availability strategy, the datastore design principles used to provide high reliability, and their approach to cell-based reliability engineering (CBRE), which provides mechanisms to compose and re-compose ADP systems against interruptions.
As container usage increases in application modernization efforts, Kubernetes plays an important role in managing container-based applications. Managing these multi-cluster life cycle, application deployments, and enforcing security policies across clusters is often challenging and time consuming. Learn how Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes (RH ACM) addresses the challenges associated with managing multiple clusters and meets the requirements of multiple personas.
Serverless technologies have matured a lot over the years, and it’s easier than ever to deploy the entire stack of applications using serverless and AWS managed services. Infosys is seeing enterprises across industries take advantage of the power of serverless architecture for a variety of use cases. Learn how serverless architecture on AWS can help enterprises modernize their application landscape, along with common use cases and some reference architectures.