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How the TCS Serverless .NET Solution Simplifies .NET Application Deployment on AWS

Developing and deploying .NET applications on AWS helps organizations achieve the scale and agility offered by cloud computing. The TCS Serverless .NET deployment solution uses the AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) and simplifies deployment, scalability, and maintenance of .NET applications while providing increased efficiencies and easy adoption of the .NET solutions on AWS. Learn about the solution’s overview, architecture, key principles, and benefits using a case study from a large financial services company.

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How T-Systems Enabled AWS Config at Scale for Deutsche Telekom IT’s Landing Zone

Learn how T-Systems has enabled AWS Config at scale on Deutsche Telekom IT’s AWS landing zone, which is a brownfield environment with more than 600 AWS accounts. AWS Config is a governance and compliance service that enables you to assess, audit, and evaluate the configurations of your resources. The main motivator for Deutsche Telekom IT using AWS Config is that developing compliance checks using custom tools was time consuming, unscalable, and came with a large operational overhead.

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Building a Multi-Region Solution for Auto Recovery of Amazon EC2 Instances Using AWS CDK and AWS Step Functions

Learn about a multi-regional first-line of support solution Chaos Gears put together using a serverless application running AWS Lambda under the baton of AWS Step Functions to relieve a customer’s engineers from some of their operational burdens. The approach described in this post can be adapted to serve other needs or cover different cases, as AWS Step Functions’ visual workflows allow for a quick translation of business requirements to technical ones.

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Amazon S3 Malware Scanning Using Trend Micro Cloud One and AWS Security Hub

Cloud security is the highest priority at AWS, and we work closely with industry-leading partners such as Trend Micro to build security solutions for customers. In this post, we share a malware scanning solution jointly built by Trend Micro and AWS that detects and automates response to malware payload uploaded to Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). The solution uses Trend Micro threat intelligence capabilities and AWS Security Hub.

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Augment Your Contact Center Productivity with Cogito Dialog’s Integration with Amazon Connect

Cogito Dialog provides human-aware technology to help professionals elevate their performance. With Cogito’s AI, you can instantly analyze hundreds of conversational behaviors to provide live in-call guidance combined with a real-time measure of customer experience. This post highlights the features and benefits of Cogito Dialog’s integration with Amazon Connect, and explores how the two solutions coupled together provide a powerful start-to-finish solution for your call center.

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Using Amazon SQS in a Multi-Tenant SaaS Solution

Modern applications often rely on queuing for service integrations, batch processing, or as part of workflow orchestration. Queues are key to adding scale and resiliency to your environment. This is especially true in software-as-a-service (SaaS) environments. Explore some of the common scenarios used when building SaaS solutions with Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS), and learn how data isolation, scalability, and compliance requirements might influence the queuing model you select.

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Quickly Build End-to-End Integrations to SaaS Partner Event Sources and AWS Services with Amazon EventBridge

AWS introduced Amazon EventBridge partner event source integrations to showcase reference architectures and end-to-end use cases that help you get started quickly with integrating SaaS partners in your own applications. Fully open source, these solutions include code and AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM) templates that can be customized and extended to fit your application’s needs. The reference architectures include AWS Quick Starts and GitHub code to ease integration.

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Level Up Your Serverless Applications with AWS Lambda Ready Partners

The AWS Lambda Ready Program, part of the AWS Service Ready Program, makes it easy for customers to find developer tools and integrations that are validated by AWS serverless experts to work with AWS Lambda. Customers use AWS Lambda to focus on product innovation while enjoying faster time-to-market, without thinking about server management. With AWS Lambda, you can simply upload and run code with high availability and fault tolerance built in, paying only for the compute time you consume.

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Using GitLab CI/CD Pipeline to Deploy AWS SAM Applications

In order to deliver serverless applications, customers often turn to DevOps principles to efficiently build, deploy, operate, and iterate on features and changes. CI/CD is one of the major components of DevOps that helps deliver code faster and more reliably to production. GitLab’s continuous integration offering provides a rich set of features for automating how new code is incorporated into your software and how new versions of your software get built and deployed.

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Listing Serverless Applications with Your Amazon Machine Images on AWS Marketplace

By using serverless applications alongside existing Amazon Machine Images, ISVs can provide customers with solutions that are easier to use, more elastic, and more scalable. AWS Marketplace recently announced a feature that enables sellers to publish solutions comprised of AMIs and serverless applications that customers can deploy AWS CloudFormation. This makes it easier for customers to deploy software solutions, rather than ISVs packaging AWS Lambda code into an AMI or referencing their own Amazon S3 bucket.

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