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Automating Rotation of IAM User Access and Secret Keys with AWS Secrets Manager

Now that multi-tenancy in the cloud is driving IT operational costs down, large enterprises are seeking seamless service delivery methods that address day-to-day activities in their cloud environment. In this post, learn how AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) user access keys and secrets may be stored in AWS Secrets Manager and rotated automatically using AWS Lambda at deterministic intervals. The entire workflow and project detailed here is available as part of the TCS Cloud Exponence platform.

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Integrating Third-Party Solutions to AWS Config Rule Evaluations

AWS Config continuously monitors and records your AWS resource configurations, and allows you to automate the evaluation of recorded configurations against desired configurations. This post aims to assist you on deploying a set of custom AWS Config Rules that leverages third-party REST APIs to evaluate AWS resources in an automated fashion. The AWS Config evaluations represented in this guide show the reporting status of Amazon EC2 instances against TrendMicro and Qualys.

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In-Depth Strategies for Building a Scalable, Multi-Tenant SaaS Solution with Amazon Redshift

Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) presents developers and architects with a unique set of challenges. One essential decision you’ll have to make is how to partition data for each tenant of your system. Learn how to harness Amazon Redshift to build a scalable, multi-tenant SaaS solution on AWS. This post explores trategies that are commonly used to partition and isolate tenant data in a SaaS environment, and how to apply them in Amazon Redshift.

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Keeping the Security and Scalability of Serverless Apps Problem-Free with AWS Secrets Manager

AWS Secrets Manager helps you protect secrets needed to access your applications, services, and IT resources while enabling you to easily rotate, manage, and retrieve database credentials, API keys, and other secrets throughout their lifecycle. If you’re researching how to improve secrets management, it’s critical to curate the advice you find. The engineers at Stackery have spent lots of time doing just that and share several benefits for using AWS Secrets Manager to keep security and scalability problem-free down the line.

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