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Implementing macOS Build Agents into TeamCity Using Amazon EC2 Mac Instances

Amazon EC2 Mac instances allow customers to bootstrap macOS machines in the cloud and use these for building, testing, and deploying iOS applications with the security, scalability, and flexibility of the cloud. Learn how TeamCity, developed by JetBrains, is a common CI/CD automation tool for developers that offers the ability to use build agents, distribute CI/CD pipelines across machines, or schedule parts of a pipeline to a specific instance type or container.

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Hybrid Container Application Stack Using Microservices and Amazon ECS Anywhere

Learn how DXC Technology was able to leverage Amazon ECS Anywhere to fulfill regulatory and compute requirements and increase operational efficiency for a use case for an in-house proprietary tool where a part of the application stack must run on premises. DXC needed a hybrid cloud solution to execute their toolkit data capture and analysis strategy without major changes in application design or architecture.

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Federated Access to AWS Single Sign-On with CyberArk Workforce Identity

AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO) is where you create or connect your workforce identities in AWS once and manage access centrally across your AWS Organization. Learn about the new integration with CyberArk Workforce Identity to provide simplified access management and provisioning to AWS. With this integration, you can have a single point of truth for all enterprise identities and enforce consistent management of users, groups, permissions, and access policies while reducing redundancies and errors.

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Transforming Geospatial Data to Cloud-Native Frameworks with Element 84 on AWS

Element 84, in collaboration with AWS and Geoscience Australia, has released the Sentinel-2 Cloud-Optimized GeoTIFF (COG) dataset on AWS Open Data. Sentinel-2 is an important platform for Earth observation, and its imagery contributes to ongoing research in climate change, land use, and emergency management. By making the Sentinel-2 archive more cloud-native, we are making the data more user-friendly and (hopefully) making the lives of emergency managers, climate scientists, and policy makers that much easier.

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How to Use Webhooks to Automate Red Hat OpenShift App Rebuilds from AWS CodeCommit

One of the offerings to help joint AWS and Red Hat customers build for an open hybrid cloud future is Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA), a fully managed OpenShift service, jointly supported by both Red Hat and AWS. In this post, we focus on a single but common use case often observed in the field where a joint enterprise customer has made investments in the AWS Cloud and is now considering expanding and adopting ROSA service as part of the AWS portfolio.

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How Capgemini Uses AWS IoT to Monitor Farmland Through Agricultural Insights

Current methods to increase farming yields include the application of chemical fertilizers and the widespread use of pesticides. Capgemini believes in sustainable IT solutions and developed “Smart Hub Cropping” which checks precipitation in the farming fields, combines weather data from the government, and analyzes agricultural data to provide farmers with actionable insights and automation of the irrigation process. All of this is aligned to the most needed farmer experience of higher crop yield.

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How Tech Mahindra Built a Self-Service Patch Management Process Using AWS Native Services

Patch management is a continuous cybersecurity process that includes identifying, reporting, and fixing the system vulnerabilities. An operating system’s patches are part of essential preventative maintenance, necessary to keep machines up-to-date, stable, and safe from malware and other threats. Learn how Tech Mahindra‘s automated patching solution helps and ensures every server on the infrastructure system’s network is up-to-date by patching quickly and efficiently.

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Run Codefresh Pipelines on Amazon EKS Using Bottlerocket OS

Bottlerocket OS is designed to be able to run anywhere and has a pre-built variant for Amazon EKS. Learn how to deploy Codefresh Runners on Amazon EKS using Bottlerocket-based nodes to help scale your build environments quickly and benefit from Bottlerocket OS’s hardened security and simplified management. Codefresh is built with speed and scalability in mind so you can run your builds in a fraction of the time and lets you scale concurrent builds to meet these needs.

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Implementing Multi-Factor Authentication in React Using Auth0 and AWS Amplify

AWS Amplify is a set of tools and services that can be used, together or on their own, to help frontend web and mobile developers build scalable full stack applications. With Amplify, you can configure app backends and connect your app in minutes, deploy static web apps in a few clicks, and easily manage app content outside the AWS Management Console. Learn how to add multi-factor authentication to a React Single-Page Application (SPA) using Auth0 and AWS Amplify.

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Top Recommendations for IAM from Our AWS Heroes – Part 2: The Visual Editor and Federation

AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)‘s 10th anniversary continues with Part 2 of our blog series. Writing an IAM policy can be tricky, but don’t feel overwhelmed. Learn how the IAM visual editor helps you create policies by providing helpful documentation and the correct syntax. You’ll also learn why you should use federation due to the short-term credentials made possible by IAM roles. More tips like these can be found throughout our 4-part blog series.

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