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Exciting News for Red Hat OpenShift Customers on AWS

Yesterday, Red Hat and Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced an extended strategic alliance to natively integrate access to AWS services into Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. With this new offering, Red Hat OpenShift customers will be able to seamlessly configure, deploy, and scale AWS services like Amazon RDS, Amazon Aurora, Amazon Athena, Amazon Route 53, […]

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AWS Cloud Practitioner

CoreOS and Ticketmaster Bring AWS Application Load Balancer Support to Kubernetes

By Brandon Chavis, Partner Solutions Architect at AWS Kubernetes continues to grow in popularity on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform, and as with any popular tool or service, customers tend to identify areas where Kubernetes and AWS services can be better integrated. APN Partner CoreOS, the self-driving infrastructure company, lives at the forefront of […]

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Driving Big Data Innovation on AWS – ISV Highlights, April 2017

Introduction by Terry Wise, Global Vice President, Channels & Alliances at AWS What can your data do for you? More importantly, how can insights derived from your data help you drive additional value for end customers? Our APN partners offer services and solutions that complement what AWS has to offer. As an example, many customers […]

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AWS Migration

Facilitating a Migration to AWS with CloudEndure by Leveraging Automation

By Carmen Puccio and Mandus Momberg, Partner Solutions Architects at AWS focused on Migration It’s no secret that migrating software and services from an on-premises environment to the cloud entails unique considerations and requirements. To provide confidence in the outcome of your migration, your migration strategy needs to scale easily. This means that a large […]

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Announcing the Alexa Diabetes Challenge, Powered by Luminary Labs

By Aaron Friedman and Dario Rivera. Aaron is a Healthcare and Life Sciences Partner Solutions Architect with AWS. Dario is a Healthcare and Life Sciences Solutions Architect with AWS.  Changing lives for the better through technology is one of the most compelling reasons why both of us decided to focus our careers on merging software […]

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Announcing SaaS Contracts, a Feature to Simplify SaaS Procurement on AWS Marketplace

By Brad Lyman, Principal Product Manager at AWS Since the inception of AWS Marketplace, we have prioritized customer and seller feedback as our starting point for driving Marketplace improvements. In response to customers and sellers pointing to Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) as their preferred software delivery mechanism, we launched AWS Marketplace SaaS Subscriptions in November 2016. SaaS Subscriptions […]

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Save the Date – End of Life for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise Pangolin)

By David Duncan. David is a Partner Solutions Architect (SA) with AWS. On February 23, 2017, Leann Ogasawara, Canonical’s Kernel Team Manager, announced the April 28th, 2017 end of life for Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (code-named Precise Pangolin) to the Kernel Support Release Update mailing list. AWS customers use Ubuntu for a wide variety of projects […]

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Icelandair Sets Cloud Strategy with Amazon Web Services, IBM, and Nyherji

This is a guest post from Pétur Eyþórsson, Resiliency Offerings Manager at Nyherji. Icelandair Group is one of Iceland’s largest corporations. The company includes Icelandair (a global airline), logistics, and several related business units. Like most businesses, Icelandair Group strives to optimize business results by choosing the most advantageous mix of capital and operating expenses. Small […]

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