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Top Recommendations for Working with IAM from Our AWS Heroes – Part 3: Permissions Boundaries and Conditions

This is our third blog post celebrating AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)‘s 10th anniversary. Explore two powerful ways that you can limit access to AWS by setting the boundaries and conditionally provide access to resources in IAM policies. Permissions boundaries can be used for situations like granting someone limited permissions management abilities, while conditions enable you to specify when a policy statement is enforced.

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Using AWS CloudFormation Modules to Improve Enterprise Security

Dive deep on AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) permissions and how the principle of least privilege can be best achieved when using AWS CloudFormation, and more specifically CloudFormation Modules, to provision resources on AWS. CloudFormation Modules are a way to package resource configurations for inclusion across stack templates, in a transparent, manageable, and repeatable way.

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IAM 10th Anniversary: Top Recommendations for Working with IAM from Our AWS Heroes – Part 1

This year marks the 10th anniversary of AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), which is essential in securing your applications and your AWS environment as a whole. To help you get the most out of this critical AWS service, we are excited to share a blog series featuring top recommendations for using IAM from AWS Heroes and APN Ambassadors, who will share recommendations which are driven from personal experiences using a service that’s foundational for the security of AWS customers.

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Aruba SD-Branch Optimizes Intelligent Edge Connectivity to AWS

Whether you need to deploy application workloads across the globe in a single click, or build and deploy specific applications closer to end users with single-digit millisecond latency, AWS provides you the cloud infrastructure where and when you need it. Learn how an Aruba SD-Branch solution enhances access to cloud-hosted applications by making it easy to initialize and optimize the connectivity to AWS, while also providing orchestration and complete lifecycle management of WAN gateways.

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Unifying Threat Detection for Cloud and Containers to Reduce Risk Using Sysdig

Implementing effective threat detection for applications in the cloud requires visibility into all aspects of your infrastructure and workloads. By taking advantage of AWS services, you’re freed to focus on the applications that drive your business. Security in the cloud is a shared responsibility between AWS and the customer, however, and Sysdig’s cloud security platform helps you follow security best practices and simplify the work of securing your AWS account and workloads.

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Integrating Zendesk with AWS and Other SaaS Services Using Amazon AppFlow

Organizations are rapidly adopting SaaS solutions to better serve their end customers using specialized software, but using SaaS services can lock key business data in different “data islands” that are hard to integrate. AWS recently announced the extension of support for Zendesk as both source and destination in Amazon AppFlow. This expanded integration enables customers to transfer data bi-directionally between Zendesk and other AWS and SaaS services in just a few clicks.

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How Indexima Uses Hyper Indexes and Machine Learning to Enable Instant Analytics on Amazon S3

Achieving “speed of thought” or instant analytics on large data sets is a key challenge for business intelligence platforms. Traditionally, data engineers would design and deliver an optimized, aggregated subset of the data to a data warehouse to drive the visualization. This can often take weeks of development and testing or incur significant infrastructure costs. Learn how Indexima uses machine learning and hyper indexes to automate this process and accelerate analytics by up to 1000x across a full data set on Amazon S3.

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Archiving Amazon MSK Data to Amazon S3 with the Lenses.io S3 Kafka Connect Connector

Amazon Managed Streaming for Apache Kafka (Amazon MSK) is a fully managed, highly available, and secure Apache Kafka service that makes it easy to build and run applications that use Kafka to process steaming data. Learn how to use the new open source Kafka Connect Connector (StreamReactor) from Lenses.io to query, transform, optimize, and archive data from Amazon MSK to Amazon S3. We’ll also demonstrate how to use Amazon Athena to query the partitioned parquet data directly from S3.

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How to Use AWS Transfer Family to Replace and Scale SFTP Servers

In the financial services domain, it’s a common architecture pattern to find shared services file servers that act as SFTP file server or FTP server. Because these financial applications are not always API driven, data exchange using flat files remains the standard way to share information between applications, even when some of them have been migrated to AWS. Learn how DXC Technology addressed migrating this type of server using AWS Transfer Family, Amazon S3, and Amazon EFS.

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How to Integrate AWS Single Sign-On with MongoDB Atlas

MongoDB Atlas is the global cloud database service for modern applications, and in this post learn how to configure MongoDB Atlas to authenticate using AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO). Instead of having to sign in separately to MongoDB Atlas Control Plane, with this configuration enabled users can access the MongoDB Atlas user interface with their corporate credentials using AWS SSO. This delivers a better user experience without the need for managing separate sets of credentials.

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