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Migrating ETL Operations from SSIS Packages to AWS Lambda Functions

Many Windows solutions have used Microsoft SQL Server Integration Services (SSIS) as a method for performing ETL operations. Legacy SSIS packages that have been handed down to different developers over the years can be complex, cumbersome, and difficult to support. See an architecture and several techniques Cognizant uses to help clients with ETL operations based on legacy SSIS packaging move their applications to the AWS Cloud.

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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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Capturing Crisis Communication Events in Real-Time Using Whispir and Amazon EventBridge

Work is becoming more complex, collaborative, and fast-paced in the time of COVID-19. With the role of crisis communications increasing in visibility, the capability of SaaS applications to facilitate actionable communications is paramount. Whispir’s integration of Amazon EventBridge means the Whispir platform can power communication workflows between your apps, systems, and databases without the need to write any connection code.

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How Kloia Helped GoDataFeed Modernize Monolithic .NET Applications with AWS Serverless

Many enterprises have .NET Framework legacy applications they need modernize and convert to cloud-native. One of the largest product feed automation and optimization platforms, GoDataFeed has a back-end platform that ingests millions of items of catalog data from multiple sources. Learn how Kloia addressed GoDataFeed’s challenges by transforming their legacy .NET Framework monolithic application into a .NET Core-based decoupled architecture.

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Optimizing Supply Chains Through Intelligent Revenue and Supply Chain (IRAS) Management

Fragmented supply-chain management systems can impair an enterprise’s ability to make informed, timely decisions. Accenture’s Intelligent Revenue and Supply Chain (IRAS) platform integrates insights generated by machine learning models into an enterprise’s technical and business ecosystems. This post explains how Accenture’s IRAS solution is architected, how it can coexist with other ML forecasting models or statistical packages, and how you can consume its insights in an integrated way.

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How Slalom and WordStream Used MLOps to Unify Machine Learning and DevOps on AWS 

Deploying AI solutions with ML models into production introduces new challenges. Machine Learning Operations (MLOps) has been evolving rapidly as the industry learns to marry new ML technologies and practices with incumbent software delivery systems and processes. WordStream is a SaaS company using ML capabilities to help small and mid-sized businesses get the most out of their online advertising. Learn how Slalom developed ML architecture to help WordStream productionize their machine learning efforts.

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How WP Engine Delivers Increased Uptime When Scaling Websites with AWS

One of the key value propositions WP Engine makes to customers is high availability of websites (uptime), regardless of the stress those sites may encounter. Delivering a performant, reliable, digital experience, even under heavy load, is key to customers’ success. WP Engine’s WordPress Digital Experience Platform gives enterprises and agencies the agility, performance, intelligence, and integrations they need to prepare for and handle heavy traffic loads.

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How Steamhaus Used AWS Well-Architected to Improve Sperry Rail’s Artificial Intelligence System

Over two days, Steamhaus conducted an AWS Well-Architected Review on-site with the team who designed, built, and currently manage Elmer at Sperry Rail. Elmer uses machine intelligence to inspect thousands of miles of ultrasound scans collected by Sperry’s inspection vehicles, searching for evidence of cracks in the rail. This partnership allowed quick improvements in efficiency, while ensuring the requirements of running the business day-to-day did not get in the way of improving Elmer.

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