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Automatically Delete Terminated Instances in Chef Server with AWS Lambda and CloudWatch Events

If you’re struggling with cleaning up terminated instances registered with third-party services, you can use a combination of several AWS services to help out. A common example is dealing with the remnants of terminated instances from Auto Scaling groups.  Throughout this post, I’ll talk about how you can use AWS Lambda and Amazon CloudWatch Events […]

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Architecting Microservices Using Weave Net and Amazon EC2 Container Service

In the past, it was far more common to have services that were relatively static. You might remember having a database server that existed on a fixed IP, and you probably had a static DNS mapping to that server. If this information changed, it could be a problem. However, in the cloud we accept change […]

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Securely Accessing Customer AWS Accounts with Cross-Account IAM Roles

by David Rocamora | on | in Security | Permalink | Comments |  Share

As a Partner Solutions Architect, I look at a lot of AWS Partner Network (APN) Partner software and services. I like trying new things and experiencing the exciting solutions that our APN Partners are building. Security is job zero at AWS, so when I work with our APN Partners, there’s one thing I look for […]

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Data Democratization with APN Technology Partner Calgary Scientific

Christopher Crosbie MPH, MS and AWS Partner Network (APN) Solutions Architect As a Healthcare and Life Science-focused Partner Solutions Architect, I have an opportunity to meet with a variety of APN partners who are using cloud computing to enhance the healthcare and life science industries. I also gain insight into the way our APN partners […]

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How to Prepare Your Business and Technical Teams on AWS

Erik Farr is a Partner Solutions Architect (SA) with the AWS Partner Network (APN).  My Amazon Web Services (AWS) journey started in late 2012, when I opened a cloud consulting practice at a firm that was an AWS Partner Network (APN) Premier Partner. As an APN Partner, I found AWS training courses and certifications invaluable, […]

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The 10 Most Popular APN Blog Posts of 2015

We launched the APN Blog in late November 2014, and I’ve loved developing and growing this blog as an outlet of news and information about the APN. It’s also been quite a treat to get to work with teams across AWS and with a number of APN Partners around the globe to highlight great APN Partner stories and […]

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Active Directory Single Sign-On (SSO) on AWS with Bitium

Bitium, an APN Technology Partner, offers an enterprise-grade solution for single sign-on, application and user management, password management, directory integration, and security and compliance.  By utilizing the Bitium software as a service (SaaS) solution, we are going to demonstrate the integration of Microsoft Active Directory (AD) logins with the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Management Console […]

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How to Migrate Amazon EC2 Instances from EC2-Classic to Amazon VPC with CloudEndure

This is a guest post from David Shurtliff, Enterprise Solutions Architect, AWS, and Gonen Stein, VP Business Development, CloudEndure Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers who have been using AWS services for a long period may still be using Amazon EC2 instances in the EC2-Classic platform, as well as using instances in Amazon’s newer Virtual Private Cloud […]

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Running SQL Server Linked Servers on AWS

Scott Zimmerman is a Partner Solutions Architect with AWS. In this post, I’ll demonstrate how to set up SQL Server linked servers on Microsoft Windows Server in Amazon EC2. Linked servers allow you to join tables between database servers and distribute queries through stored procedures and views across servers, without even needing to change your […]

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Rancher Labs Support for Amazon EC2 Container Service – RancherOS 0.4

APN Technology Partner Rancher Labs has announced support for Amazon EC2 Container Service by releasing RancherOS 0.4, the first ECS-enabled version of their streamlined, container-oriented operating system Rancher OS. Amazon EC2 Container Service is built to help you run containers at scale across clusters of Amazon EC2 instances. These instances can run any OS that you’d like, so long […]

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