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Securing the 5G Network on AWS with Palo Alto Networks
Security is job zero at AWS and is one of the most important design principles of a Well-Architected Framework. Learn how to implement a 5G end-to-end security model based on Zero Trust principles using Palo Alto Networks’ 5G-native security solution for highly distributed and cloud-native 5G networks—with containerized 5G security and real-time threat correlation among 5G users, device identifiers, and a 5G network slice.
Accelerate Application Modernization and Migration on AWS with Infosys Accelerators for Containerization
Containers are widely used in the development of cloud-native applications based on a microservices architecture. These applications are designed to be scalable, highly available, and resilient to failure. Learn about common use cases of containers which can be implemented by leveraging AWS services and how AWS Premier Tier Services Partner Infosys offers integrated consulting and technology solutions that leverage of the flexibility and economics of cloud where IT and business services are delivered on demand.
Introducing the AWS Networking Competency for Consulting Partners
Networking is fundamental to cloud adoption and critical for infrastructure expansion, redundancy, and resiliency. To make it easier for customers to find validated AWS Networking Partners, we are excited to introduce the new AWS Networking Competency for Consulting Partners. These partners have deep domain expertise in developing a consistent network and security policy, as well as solutions that offer a new way of routing traffic through private backbones and cloud cores.
Intelligent Video Analytics and Effective Remote Learning on Campus Private 4G/5G Networks
Edge computing is a new paradigm in which the resources of a small data center are placed at the edge of the internet, in close proximity to mobile devices, sensors, and end users. Learn about the Physical Distancing Video Analytics Solution (VAS) on campus private 4G/5G networks that was developed utilizing AWS edge services in partnership with Carnegie Mellon University’s Open Edge Computing Initiative, Megh Computing’s Video Analytics Solution, and Federated Wireless Private Network Connectivity as a Service.