AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog

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10 Years of Success: AWS and F5

In celebration of the 10-year anniversary of the AWS Partner Network (APN), we are highlighting some of our AWS Partners who have grown with us over the past decade. F5 is an industry leader in cloud security and application services with 25+ years of experience helping businesses accelerate and simplify cloud migration. We spoke with Dave Morrissey, AWS Global Alliance Director at F5, to talk about how they worked closely with AWS teams to launch the company’s first SaaS offering, and F5’s plans for the future.

Mendix and AWS Drive Development of Cold Chain Logistics with Environmental and Economic Goals

To create more sustainable solutions that yield less food loss and waste, Mendix, a leading low-code application development platform owned by Siemens, and AWS worked together to help suppliers develop connected and transparent logistics. This post explains how organizations can leverage the Mendix platform, AWS Internet of Things (IoT), and artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) services to manage logistics of temperature-controlled products.

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How MYCOM OSI Migrates Stateful Applications to AWS with Zero Downtime

Customers that have decided to embark on a cloud transformation of their applications typically need to create detailed plans on how to secure business continuity during the migration period. Learn how MYCOM OSI was able to design workload migrations for its suite of Experience Assurance and Analytics (EAA) applications from on-premises private data center environments into a SaaS model based on AWS.

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Announcing 2022 AWS Partner Funding Program Changes and New Funding Tool

AWS Partners are building successful migration and modernization practices to help customers with their workloads, and partners are leveraging AWS Partner Funding programs to sell more projects and grow their AWS businesses. Based on past successes and feedback from AWS Partners, customers, and the AWS field, we have consolidated several migration funding programs into the Migration Acceleration Program (MAP). These changes will help fund small and large migrations to AWS across different workloads.

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Exasol Accelerates Customers’ Migration to Cloud with Support of AWS SaaS Factory

Exasol provides a high performance in-memory analytics database to give organizations the power to transform how they work with data. Working with AWS SaaS Factory, Exasol launched their analytics database through a SaaS model and navigated technical and business decisions for launch and beyond. In this Q&A, Peter Jackson, Chief Data and Analytics Officer at Exasol, shares insights on their journey and advice for organizations who are in the process of building SaaS on AWS.

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Using Bitbucket Pipelines and OpenID Connect to Deploy to Amazon S3

Bitbucket Pipelines, an integrated CI/CD tool within Bitbucket Cloud that enables developers to execute builds right from within Bitbucket, recently introduced an integration with OpenID Connect and AWS. OpenID Connect is an identity layer above the Oauth 2.0 protocol. With this integration, Bitbucket Pipelines users can authenticate with Amazon S3, Amazon CloudFront, and other AWS resources without having to store secret tokens in Bitbucket.

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How to Reduce Your Data Storage Costs with Veritas NetBackup on AWS  

Migrating your Veritas protected data, tape backups, and infrastructure to AWS allows for increased flexibility in managing data through its lifecycle. Leveraging this strategy in conjunction with Veritas NetBackup‘s deduplication capabilities allows you to realize cost savings over managing your data on-premises. Veritas on AWS ensures your data is highly available and provides savings over storing data in your data center and/or managing the tape backup archival process.

Simplified Cloud Database Management Using Couchbase Cloud and AWS

Couchbase NoSQL database admins have been using AWS to host clusters for many years. Couchbase Cloud provides customers access to sophisticated management software that allows them to co-manage their NoSQL cloud database directly inside their AWS-powered infrastructure. Learn how Couchbase leverages the underlying cloud resources, and explore graphical examples of key features from the web-based control plane to demonstrate how easy it is to use.

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Monitoring Your Linux Workloads on AWS Graviton with Splunk Cloud

Splunk recently announced the availability of Armv8 64-bit architecture support for the Splunk Universal Forwarder. This allows AWS Graviton2 customers with Linux workloads to collect and forward machine data to their Splunk environment. Follow a step-by-step guide to set up a Universal Forwarder on a Graviton2 instance running Linux, and learn how to configure the instance and the Universal Forwarder to forward data to Splunk Cloud.

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Cazena’s Instant AWS Data Lake: Accelerating Time to Analytics from Months to Minutes

Given the breadth of use cases, data lakes need to be a complete analytical environment with a variety of analytical tools, engines, and languages supporting a variety of workloads. These include traditional analytics, business intelligence, streaming event and Internet of Things (IoT) processing, advanced machine learning, and artificial intelligence processing. Learn how Cazena builds and deploys a production ready data lake in minutes for customers.