Tag: AWS Competency Partners
We are excited to introduce new AWS GameDay partner benefits for AWS Partners in several of our differentiation programs. AWS GameDay League is made up of teams from global partner companies who compete against each other in hands-on technical challenges to build new cloud skills capabilities and have fun while doing so. AWS GameDay Quests Development Kit (QDK) gives partners the ability to integrate their products with real-world scenarios to be leveraged as repeatable, lead-generating events with customers.
Application modernization is an important and growing migration strategy for many businesses. To make it easier for AWS customers to find partners with validated migration and modernization software offerings, we are excited to announce the AWS Migration and Modernization Competency. This designation features AWS Partners that have validated expertise developing and implementing solutions for customers across key areas, including business case analysis and application mobility.
AWS is committed to supporting the global energy industry in safely meeting the energy demands of the world today, while accelerating the industry’s transition to a more balanced and sustainable energy future. The new AWS Energy Competency Program differentiates highly specialized partners who have demonstrated technical expertise and repeat customer success. These AWS Partners enable energy producers to build and operate assets efficiently and safely, while working to transition to a lower carbon world.
What does it take to build and run a successful SaaS business on AWS? This is a question the AWS SaaS Factory team gets often during our conversations with AWS Partners and customers who are moving to SaaS. While there is no single formula, we have been observing some common patterns and strategies that help organizations maximize SaaS success. In a recent webinar series, AWS SaaS Factory demystified some of the common patterns and strategies with AWS Partners Druva, NetWise, Stripe, Crowdstike, and Snowflake.
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.
Financial services customers face new industry regulations that require additional compute capacity up to 10 times to meet their regulatory demands. Learn about new service integrations and functionality that make TIBCO DataSynapse GridServer on AWS a great match to run grid computing workloads. These integrations help customers scale their grid workloads to take advantage of the compute elasticity and flexibility of AWS and GridServer without up-front capital expenditure.
Enabling Security and Compliance in an AWS-Based Big Data Analytics Platform Using Cattle Server Automation and IaC
This post describes a solution created by IBM during the migration of a big data and analytics platform for one of the top 10 banks worldwide. The primary drivers were cost efficiency, business agility, and performance. The “pet to cattle” concept was applied to this solution to transform the legacy high availability disaster recovery solution to a more robust and cost-effective cattle-based solution through the use of AWS-native services.
A serverless architecture strategy reduces complexity and provides more flexibility in adopting the features and non-functional requirements needed to support market agility. In this post, walk through an example of an IoT use case and build a serverless scalable platform using Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose, Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics, and MongoDB Realm. You’ll learn how easy it is to develop mobile and desktop applications on top of the data platform for different personas.
Customer onboarding remains a challenging and time-consuming process for most banks. Both digital and traditional processes are often overly complex, resulting in lower conversion rates and higher cost of acquisition. To overcome these challenges, numerous financial institutions have started customer onboarding online. In this post, walk through the use case of one of the largest financial institutes of Europe for whom Infostretch provided a substantial breakthrough to onboard the customers digitally.
From Data Chaos to Data Intelligence: How an Internal Data Marketplace Transforms Your Data Landscape
The concept of an Internal Data Marketplace (IDM) is increasingly resonating with data organizations. An IDM is a secure, centralized, simplified, and standardized data shopping experience for data consumers. Explore how the IDM framework includes data governance and data catalogs, role-based access controls, data profiling, and powerful contextual search to easily identify the most relevant data. The end result is a seamless data consumption experience for end users.