The shift from a traditional Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) to microservices running on Kubernetes has given rise to a new set of challenges. To avoid blind spots, engineers need visibility into the dependencies between different microservices at the individual request level. Learn how Instana has fully automated the installation of the monitoring agent into Kubernetes, and how it helps monitor containerized workloads in Amazon EKS.
Synamedia helps service and content providers around the world deliver, protect, and monetize video content so they can win in the age of infinite entertainment. To replace its self-managed Kubernetes cluster running directly on Amazon EC2 instances, Synamedia selected Amazon Amazon EKS for its Infinite Platform product. Learn how EKS and other elastic technologies from AWS maintain a consistently responsive user experience despite frequent spikes of 5x the traffic in a matter of minutes.
How Provectus and GoCheck Kids Built ML Infrastructure for Improved Usability During Vision Screening
For businesses like GoCheck Kids, machine learning infrastructure is vital. The company has developed a next-generation, ML-driven pediatric vision screening platform that enables healthcare practitioners to screen for vision risks in children in a fast and easy way by utilizing GoCheck Kids’ smartphone app. Learn how GoCheck Kids teamed up with Provectus to build a secure, auditable, and reproducible ML infrastructure on AWS to ensure its solution is powered by highly accurate image classification model.
HeleCloud combines AWS Secrets Manager and the AWS Systems Manager Run Command into a solution that automatically rotates secrets for databases running on Amazon EC2. In addition to automatically rotating your secrets, it allows you to access them in applications running on Amazon EKS. Learn about the HeleCloud solution and walk through the code snippets and steps required to set up automatic credentials rotation of MS SQL Server running on Amazon EC2.
With the support of AWS SaaS Factory, CloudZero launched a new capability for companies with investments in containerized workloads orchestrated with Kubernetes in the AWS environment. With this new capability, software providers can understand the exact container costs breakdown and how they roll up to products, features, and teams along with their other AWS services. Hear from Tim Buntel, Chief Product Officer at CloudZero, who shares some insights about their recent launch.
AWS App2Container (A2C) is an enabler for containerizing and migrating legacy applications to AWS quickly. Its value-add is specifically seen for use cases where the legacy system in question is large with heterogeneous applications, where A2C helps to bring a commonality to the migration approach, tools, and the target state architecture. With A2C, customers can quickly containerize their legacy applications and migrate to AWS with minimal remediation and at scale.
At a time when software delivery speed matters more than ever, teams need a toolchain that allows them to build and deploy rapidly while realizing the cost savings of open source technologies. CloudBees is a provider of Jenkins-based CI/CD solutions (Jenkins X) that meet the security, scalability, and manageability needs of on-premises and cloud environments. Learn how to combine Amazon EKS with Jenkins X to establish a Kubernetes-native CI/CD process.
The demands of modern data warehousing spans analysis across all data—those that originate from traditional backend business systems to those that come from sensors at the edge. Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) delivers powerful self-service analytics across hybrid and multi-cloud environments, along with sophisticated and granular security and governance policies that IT and data leaders demand.
CloudShell Colony is a SaaS platform for delivering infrastructure automation at scale for complex application-centric environments on cloud technologies, including AWS and Kubernetes. Quali enables self-service automation and governance to streamline application development, testing, and release to production. Learn how enterprises can use CloudShell Colony to enable self-service access to application environments on AWS for development teams.
Mainframes typically host core business processes and data. To stay competitive, customers have to quickly transform their mainframe workloads for agility while preserving resiliency and reducing costs. There is a challenge in defining the agility attributes and prioritizing the corresponding transformations for maximum business value in the least amount of time. In this post, dive deep in the practical agility attributes needed by mainframe workloads, and how to accelerate the transformation towards such agility with AWS.