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Amazon ECS Resource and Cost Allocation Made Easy with CloudHealth Container Module

Leading organizations around the world are using CloudHealth to understand what’s driving the cost of their Amazon ECS, Kubernetes, and Mesos clusters. CloudHealth Container Module enables users to customize what and how to report on container usage and costs. Starting at the cluster level, it’s useful to compare the amount of resources allocated to container tasks to the available capacity of the cluster. In this post, we discuss how CloudHealth’s support for Amazon ECS helps you understand your AWS resource usage and cost.

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Automated Refactoring of a U.S. Department of Defense Mainframe to AWS

A multi-company team led by ARRAY delivered for the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) a successful modernization of a COBOL-based system running on aged mainframes to a Java-based system running on x86 Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). AWS provides the system’s capabilities for reliability, scalability, and this post describes the objectives, approach, solution, lessons, and customer benefits realized from this experience.

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0 to 60 in 8 hours: Amazon Connect Enterprise Implementation in One Day

At West Monroe Partners, we’re confident that Amazon Connect will scale with us as our organization grows. Amazon Connect’s integration with other AWS services, the responsiveness of AWS Support, and the continued development of new services and integrations by AWS will enable us to evolve with the market. Moreover, the significant cost savings we’re seeing with Amazon Connect allows us to invest in the system to improve interactions for our clients.

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How to Easily Deploy an Amazon EKS Cluster with Pulumi

Pulumi is a cloud-native development platform for describing, deploying, and managing cloud infrastructure across AWS, Kubernetes, and other cloud platforms. Pulumi offers cloud configuration as software, not just via a declarative language like YAML or JSON, but instead using popular programming languages such as JavaScript/TypeScript and Python. You can use Pulumi to easily deploy Amazon EKS, or to deploy your own custom AWS and Kubernetes-based applications and infrastructure.

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How Spring Venture Group Uses AWS Service Catalog to Launch Amazon ECS Clusters

Spring Venture Group reached out to APN Premier Partner Logicworks to architect and manage their AWS deployment. Their developers were comfortable building and deploying containers in their on-premises environment, but were eager to get greater agility and flexibility on AWS. Running AWS Service Catalog and Amazon ECS has created a reliable, stable deployment pipeline, resulting in hundreds of hours saved for their engineering team each month.

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Transforming Your Desktop to Amazon WorkSpaces with Nuvens and Liquidware

To ensure the transformation to Amazon WorkSpaces is as seamless as possible for organizations and end users, APN Partners Nuvens and Liquidware have partnered to build a solution allowing users to access their desktop anywhere, anytime, and using any device. Companies can easily provision desktops for users in just a few mouse clicks and deliver global user access to applications, documents, and other resources. Check out the Nuvens Consulting Offer on AWS Solution Space.

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New Research From TSO Logic Shows AWS Costs Get Lower Every Year

It’s never been less expensive to move to Amazon Web Services, and new research from TSO Logic shows AWS prices keep getting lower. The more resources you move to the AWS Cloud, and the longer you keep them there, the more value you can expect. Go inside the research TSO Logic conducted to quantify year-over-year cost declines of AWS services—the first study of its kind to put actual numbers behind the trend.

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Using Amazon CloudFront with Multi-Region Amazon S3 Origins

By leveraging services like Amazon S3 to host content, AWS Competency Partner Cloudar has a cost effective way to build websites that are highly available. If content is stored in a single Amazon S3 bucket, all of the content is stored in a single AWS region. To serve content from other regions, you need to route requests to different Amazon S3 buckets. In this post, explore how to accomplished this by using Amazon CloudFront as a content delivery network and Lambda@Edge as a router.

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How the AWS Well-Architected Framework Drives Growth for Customers and APN Partners

Over the last year, Five Talent has implemented the AWS Well-Architected Framework to help large enterprise customers, mid-sized companies, and startups across the globe. In this post, explore how leveraging the Well-Architected Framework Review accelerates new business opportunities and gives customers a holistic, comprehensive process for managing cloud technology and understanding its impact on their business.

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How to Peel Mainframe Monoliths for AWS Microservices with Blu Age

Mainframe monoliths have grown over the years with overwhelming complexity. They often mix different languages and data stores with various interfaces, evolving coding standards, online and batch, and millions of lines of code. With AWS, customers use microservices for agility, elasticity, and pay-as-you-go cloud technology. In this post, we explore Blu Age solutions to peel off AWS microservices from a mainframe monolith, and how to solve data challenges associated with such a migration.

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