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Simplify Integration, Configuration, and Testing with Ready-to-Use Avaloq Model Bank in the Cloud
Most financial institutions are at different stages of their cloud journey. Many are challenged with delivering new and enhanced services, providing services faster, and driving operational efficiencies while facing increasingly competitive markets. Learn how Avaloq has laid a good foundation to help businesses ease the journey of testing and integrating new solutions by managing the complexities across various phases utilizing Avaloq’s sandbox solution powered by AWS.
Seamless Transition from an AWS Landing Zone to AWS Control Tower
A well-architected multi-account AWS environment helps businesses use AWS to migrate, modernize, and innovate faster. Many customers currently using the self-managed AWS Landing Zone solution are looking to transition to AWS Control Tower to gain additional benefits. This post describes a strategic collaboration between Tech Mahindra, AWS, and a customer in Africa to transition from AWS Landing Zone to the AWS Control Tower environment.
AWS Control Tower Best Practices for AWS Solution Providers
As AWS Control Tower is adopted more and more, it’s important that AWS Consulting Partners within the AWS Solution Provider Program can leverage the multi-account benefits Control Tower offers. Learn how the Solution Provider Program is flexible in the types of customer models it allows. This flexibility serves the end customer’s business needs. However, AWS Partners must take care in how they architect AWS Organizations for their customers, which directly impacts the use of Control Tower.
Governance in the AWS Cloud: The Right Balance Between Agility and Safety
Cloud infrastructure provides more agility than traditional IT, meaning organizations must think differently about how they design, build, and manage applications. Cloud resources need a stronger integration between IT and organizational governance, as builders need to be able to operate in a cloud environment that’s agile and safe. Hear from APN Ambassador Paolo Latella, who introduces a decentralized model of cloud governance that can help you strike the right balance between agility and safety.
Account and VPC Considerations for VMware Cloud on AWS
When VMware Cloud on AWS is connected to the connected VPC, it always uses the default VPC route table in the VPC. During the deployment phase of VMware Cloud on AWS, the Software Defined Data Center is connected to an AWS (or customer) account for seamless access to native AWS services. In this post, we provide guidance on which AWS account and respective VPC to connect VMware Cloud on AWS to take advantage of native AWS service integrations.
Reducing the Cost of Managing Multiple AWS Accounts Using AWS Control Tower
As larger and more complex workloads are deployed on AWS, multi-account solutions are an increasingly common architectural blueprint. Often referred to as cloud “landing zones,” these blueprints enable simple administrative boundaries. However, using multiple accounts increases the complexity of security tooling, access control and authorization, and cross-account networking. AWS Control Tower simplifies the process of setting up multi-account environments with predefined security baseline templates.