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Introducing the AWS Graviton Ready Program for Graviton-Enabled Software Products

AWS Graviton processors are custom-built to enable the best price performance for workloads in Amazon EC2. As customers adopt AWS Graviton-based EC2 instances, they need the right software solutions to help integrate, deploy, monitor, and secure their Linux-based and containerized workloads. We are excited to announce the new AWS Graviton Ready Program, part of the AWS Service Ready Program which validates software products built by AWS Partners that integrate with specific services such as AWS Graviton.

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Scaling and Managing TIBCO DataSynapse GridServer on AWS

Financial services customers face new industry regulations that require additional compute capacity up to 10 times to meet their regulatory demands. Learn about new service integrations and functionality that make TIBCO DataSynapse GridServer on AWS a great match to run grid computing workloads. These integrations help customers scale their grid workloads to take advantage of the compute elasticity and flexibility of AWS and GridServer without up-front capital expenditure.

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Amazon Linux Ready Program Updated to Include the Next-Generation Amazon Linux Operating System

The updated Amazon Linux Ready Program will now validate AWS Partner software products that run on Amazon Linux 2 as well as the next-generation Amazon Linux 2022. Amazon Linux 2 Partner software products have been technically validated by AWS, and with this program update AWS customers will be able find validated ISV products on Amazon Linux 2, Amazon Linux 2022, or both, with the confidence that these applications have been vetted through a robust technical review by AWS.

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Know Before You Go (Virtually): A Guide to AWS at VMworld 2021

VMworld 2021 is taking place online October 5-7 and includes more sessions than ever. From CEO discussions to fireside chats, product demos, and chances to meet with Amazon Web Services (AWS) experts, VMworld 2021 is a great way to learn how to migrate and modernize your VMware workloads on the AWS Cloud. To make the most of your virtual experience, please see our Know Before You Go (Virtually) Guide.

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Gain 3x Higher Oracle RAC Database Performance on Amazon EC2 with R5b Instances and gp3 Storage

Oracle Database is at the heart of many mission-critical enterprise applications. Moving such applications to AWS offers multiple benefits, including agility, elasticity, and reliability. AWS ISV Partner FlashGrid, when helping Oracle Database customers move to AWS, sees the most success come from simple and inexpensive solutions. Learn how the new Amazon EBS gp3 general purpose volumes and Amazon EC2 R5b instances enable high-performance Oracle Databases.

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Design Considerations Using VPC Endpoints for Amazon S3 with VMware Cloud on AWS

With the general availability of AWS PrivateLink for Amazon S3 released earlier this year, customers can take advantage of private connectivity between S3 and on-premises resources using private IPs from your virtual network. Learn how to leverage interface VPC endpoints (AWS PrivateLink) for Amazon S3 and its integrations with VMware Cloud on AWS, which brings VMware’s enterprise-class software-defined data center software to the AWS Cloud.

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Application Modernization Using Microservices Architecture with VMware Cloud on AWS

AWS customers can start transforming their applications and moving towards microservices architecture by utilizing the VMware Cloud on AWS. Learn how to integrate VMware Cloud on AWS with Amazon EKS to accelerate application modernization. Amazon EKS provides a simplified and fully managed Kubernetes platform to effortlessly manage container workloads and deploy microservices-based applications, along with multiple flexible options to publish microservices externally.

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How AWS Partners Can Get Started with AWS Outposts – By Knowing What it’s Not

In speaking with AWS Partners of all sizes and areas of expertise, it’s clear there is a growing need for getting more robust, more powerful AWS technology to the edge, in more clever ways than before. AWS Outposts is a service that allows customers to run a subset of AWS services—on fully managed AWS hardware—located in their own data center, remote office, production plant, or virtually anywhere they want them to be. The art of the possible, as cliché as it can sometimes be, really does start there.

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Leveraging Amazon EC2 F1 Instances for Development and Red Teaming in DARPA’s First-Ever Bug Bounty Program

Learn how DARPA engaged AWS Premier Consulting Partner Effectual to ensure a secure and reliable AWS environment, as well as to develop a serverless web application that allowed click-button FPGA SoC provisioning to red team researchers for the different processor variants. The result was DARPA’s first public bug bounty program, which enabled research teams to improve their hardware defenses by addressing any discovered weaknesses or bugs.

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AWS to Offer Third-Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-Based Amazon EC2 Instances

AWS has collaborated with Intel over the past 15 years, the longest of any cloud vendor. The partnership has been focused on deep engineering collaboration and getting the most out of customized Intel technology to deliver great experiences for our customers. Later this year, AWS plans to further this collaboration with Intel to offer Amazon EC2 instances powered by the new third-generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, which will deliver more performance and expand customer choice on EC2.

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