AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog

Tag: Application Load Balancer

Virtusa-AWS-Partners

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.

Read More

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.

Read More
IO-Connect-Services-AWS-Partners

Migrating E-Commerce Sites to SaaS Using A/B Testing and AWS Edge Services

Modern e-commerce websites face challenges in website versioning, system uptime, continuous deployments, and A/B testing. Migrating a full e-commerce solution is not a trivial project, and doing so while maintaining two versions of the website in production makes it more challenging on many levels. Leveraging AWS edge services, you can increase business agility by not only improving the migration experience, but also by employing A/B testing to validate business decisions faster.

Read More

Minimizing the PCI Compliance Burden Using Containerization, Microservices, and AWS

Leveraging cloud-based microservices is not a solution that works for everyone or every application, but it’s one more point in favor of transitioning legacy applications to microservices. If you’re already looking to re-architect, consider it an opportunity to spin out regulated data into separate containers. From there, it’s not much more effort to move those containers to AWS. Learn how AWS technologies can help organizations reduce their Payment Card Industry (PCI) compliance burden.

Read More
Cloud Anything-9

How to Change SaaS Network Configurations Without Affecting Your Customers

Many organizations prefer to connect to SaaS or managed services over a VPN. If you are an independent software vendor that has to periodically change your network configuration, these customer VPNs present a challenge. The solutions detailed in this post describe different approaches to isolating virtual private clouds that host applications and services from an enterprise network. You can use these strategies to add more services to your customers with no changes to customer network configurations, avoiding delays.

Read More
Swisscom-AWS-Partners

How Swisscom Saved DroneAnalytics 60% on AWS Services by Using the AWS Well-Architected Framework

DroneAnalytics offers hardware and software solutions for drones and connected objects. The consulting services from Swisscom, based on the AWS Well-Architected Framework, enabled them to more properly monitor their consumption of AWS services. By leveraging Well-Architected best practices and working with Swisscom, DroneAnalytics saved 60 percent on their AWS spend, whilst maintaining the same or better levels of operational efficiency, reliability, and performance.

Read More
Amazon-CloudFront-1

Improving the Performance of Distributed Atlassian Applications with Amazon CloudFront

Atlassian users who run Jira, Confluence, or Bitbucket applications across distributed teams find that, due to slower network connectivity, content sometimes loads much slower for team members in geographically distant regions. A new feature in Atlassian’s Jira, Confluence, and Bitbucket Data Center versions allows the use of Amazon CloudFront to improve the user experience and overall performance of applications hosted in other global regions.

Read More

How to Simplify AWS Monitoring with Logz.io’s Fully Managed ELK Stack and Grafana

Building scalable, resilient, and secure metrics and logging pipelines with the ELK Stack and Grafana requires engineering time and expertise. The Logz.io Cloud Observability Platform delivers both as a fully-managed service so engineers can use the open source monitoring tools they know on a single solution, without the hassle of maintaining them at scale. Logz.io provides advanced analytics to make the ELK Stack and Grafana faster, more integrated, and easier to use.

Read More
VMware Cloud on AWS_blue

Using Elastic Load Balancing for Horizon 7 on VMware Cloud on AWS Deployments

With Horizon 7 on VMware Cloud on AWS, customers can enjoy the agile, flexible consumption models and management of the AWS Cloud. This is great for temporary desktop and application capacity, application locality, data center expansions,POC, and disaster recovery use cases. In this post, we provide guidance on how customers looking to deploy Horizon 7 on VMware Cloud on AWS can make use of Amazon Route 53 and Elastic Load Balancing to provide greater scalability, availability, and fault tolerance.

Read More
Centrify_AWS Solutions

How to Authenticate Users into Your Apps Using Application Load Balancer and Centrify

While many aspects of app development and deployment on AWS have been streamlined, authentication of end-users into apps remains challenging. In this post, Centrify highlights a new method of authenticating users into your mobile and web applications using the Application Load Balancer feature of Elastic Load Balancing using Centrify as an OpenID Connect (OIDC) identity provider. Centrify is an APN Advanced Technology Partner.

Read More