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Responsive Event-Driven Architectures on AWS for Reduced Costs and Improved Agility

Event-driven architecture makes building cloud applications easier, especially applications required to create, detect, consume, and react to multiple events in real time. Learn how DXC Technology helped a customer in the energy industry collect and push events from electricity meters using event-driven architecture. When application complexity increases, this event-driven approach provides better scalability, fault tolerance, and faster development.


Accelerate Business Changes with Apache Iceberg on Dremio and Amazon EMR Serverless

Learn how to leverage Apache Iceberg capabilities with Dremio and Amazon EMR Serverless to scale your business by keeping up with various changes to your data and analytics portfolio. Iceberg is a high-performance, open table format for huge analytical tables specifically designed to mitigate the challenges introduced by unforeseen changes observed by enterprises. Dremio is a data lake engine that delivers fast query speed and a self-service semantic layer operating directly against Amazon S3 data.


Improve Your Security Posture with Claroty xDome Integration with AWS Security Hub

Industrial digital transformation is driving changes to the operational technology (OT) landscape, making it more connected to the internet, IT systems, and solutions. With OT/IT convergence, there is greater access to critical OT systems and increasing susceptibility to malware and ransomware. Learn how Claroty xDome and AWS Security Hub can be used for security and vulnerability monitoring, and to provide visibility of security events to teams responsible for operational monitoring.


When to Use a Graph Database Like Neo4j on AWS

Graph databases are useful for solving problems related to connected data, and represent data as nodes and enable organizations to uncover relationships between data that’s not possible with other approaches. Experts from AWS and Neo4j explore four types of databases and the most common applications for each: relational, document, in-memory, and graph. We’ll cover how different industries use graph databases and how they work as part of an AWS architecture.


Next-Gen Kubernetes Management Approaches for Managing Hybrid and Edge Applications

To realize full benefits of the cloud, customers are expecting all critical infrastructure to be up and running immediately, with automated management and operations. Learn how Rafay Systems provides a high level of automation, security, viability, and governance on top of Amazon EKS. As a result, many customers use Amazon EKS and leverage Rafay to streamline lifecycle management, along with application deployment and governance requirements for containerized apps running in EKS.


Simplifying Blockchain Tokenization with HCLTech OBOL and AWS

Blockchain-based tokenization has tremendous potential to help businesses reach new customers due to the trust, fractionalization, and financial inclusion promoted by blockchain. Learn how HCLTech can help businesses simplify the tokenization journey with OBOL, a no-code/low-code, highly scalable, cost-effective, and easy-to-integrate tokenization platform that is architected to deploy on AWS. OBOL provides business users with a rich interface where they can create and use custom tokens.


Infor OS on AWS Accelerates Intelligent Business Solutions with AI and Data Capabilities

Infor OS is the foundational enterprise application platform which connects Infor’s various software products and third-party solutions into a complete digital business platform. It enables ongoing innovation with support for AI/ML, integration, hyperautomation, application development, data management, and analytics. The platform delivers everything you need to tackle innovation use cases—from integration to automation and extensibility to data and insights.


Optimizing Energy Footprint with Edge Analytics and Artificial Intelligence of Things with Bosch Phantom

Energy and asset monitoring is becoming an essential part of business. Organizational strategies include environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria in its framework to decrease energy consumption and, at the same time, boost efficiency. Learn how Bosch is solving this problem with the help of edge analytics, machine learning, and core Internet of Things (IoT) components provided by AWS, and how Bosch Phantom helps to extract information using a non-intrusive approach.


How Internal Developer Platforms Built with AWS Proton Help Achieve DevOps Best Practices

The platform engineering function also helps improve the developer experience by providing the right set of tools, technologies, and templates in a self-service portal. Redapt helps customers create their internal development platforms, which empower application developers while providing well-defined, consistent, and secure environments that are cost effective, shared, and monitored. Learn how Redapt works on IDPs using AWS Proton, an AWS managed service that helps implement IDP features for ongoing Day 2 operations.


Just-in-Time Least Privileged Access to AWS Administrative Roles with Okta and AWS Identity Center  

AWS provides a rich set of tools and capabilities for managing access to cloud architectures including AWS IAM Identity Center, which makes it easy to manage access across your entire organization. Learn how AWS customers can leverage Okta Access Requests and AWS IAM Identity Center to provide just-in-time access to cloud resources. Granting just-in-time access to developers for a limited time based on approval is an effective way to limit the active time frame for assignments to your AWS resources.