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Cognizant’s Optimized Approach to Modernize Batch Implementations on AWS

Enterprise customers are modernizing existing workloads to cloud for various reasons. Cost optimization has always been a conversation starter, but that leads to application modernization and operational excellence, which brings agility to application development and enables faster GTM. Learn how Cognizant can help bridge the gap between the infrastructure-as-a-service and integration-platform-as-a-service platform models for modernizing batch processing applications on AWS.

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How the TCS EZ Lake Access Solution Simplifies Data Lake House Access Management

Many organizations leverage unstructured data collected from social media feeds, stock streaming, and data clickstream to gain insights about the needs of their customers. The EZ Lake Access (EZLA) solution developed by TCS centralizes and simplifies access management of the Data Lake House by codifying most of the enterprise access controls in the form of a rule engine. This provides increased efficiencies and easy adoption of the Data Lake House.

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Scaling Laravel Jobs with AWS Batch and Amazon EventBridge

Many customers at DNX Solutions struggle with different facets of their cloud platform optimization, but scalability is usually identified as one of the main factors to drive a cloud modernization project. Learn how DNX Solutions modernized a customer’s heavy image processing jobs, and moved from a traditional pooling mechanism to an event-driven architecture supported by AWS Batch and Amazon EventBridge. The key objective of the process detailed in this post was to enable the customer to scale their data platform.

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Interactive Scientific Visualization on AWS with NVIDIA IndeX SDK

Scientific visualization is critical to understand complex phenomena modeled using high performance computing simulations. However, it has been challenging to do this effectively due to the inability to visualize, explore, and analyze large volumes of data and lack of collaborative workflow solutions. NVIDIA IndeX on AWS addresses each of these problems by providing a scientific visualization solution for massive datasets, thus opening the doors for discovery.

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Breaking Down High Performance Computing Barriers with Amazon FSx for Lustre

Popular in the HPC community and a range of industry verticals, Lustre is a powerful, open source, Linux-compatible, parallel file system. Amazon FSx for Lustre is a fully managed, scalable shared storage solution to power your compute workloads. Six Nines is deeply familiar with HPC storage pain points, and has helped customers address this very issue over the past five years. Dive deep with Six Nines’ FSx for Lustre experience, particularly the high availability, performance, and integration features of its latest releases.

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