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Tag: Red Hat

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Authority to Operate on AWS Program Helps Public Sector Partners Accelerate Security and Compliance for Customers

Security and compliance are primary considerations for many AWS customers as they begin their cloud journey. Public sector customers, in particular, face obstacles and challenges using commercially available solutions that may not have an Authority to Operate (ATO). To help customers overcome these obstacles, the Authority to Operate on AWS program provides resources to solution providers who need assistance pursuing a compliance authorization.

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APN Award Winners

Announcing Our Regional 2019 APN Partners of the Year

Each year, we honor APN Partners who are leaders in the channel and play key roles in helping customers drive innovation and build solutions on AWS. Announced during our annual AWS Partner Summits, APN Partner Awards recognize a wide range of born-in-the-cloud and traditional APN Consulting and Technology Partners whose business models have embraced specialization and collaboration. Please join us in congratulating these leading APN Partners for their 2018-2019 success!

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AWS Operations

New Features in AWS Service Broker for OpenShift and Kubernetes

The AWS Service Broker is an open source project that allows native AWS services to be exposed directly through application platforms, such as Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. Developers are able to provision and expose AWS through the Service Catalog, CLI, or API without needing to interact with the AWS console, or without having extensive knowledge of AWS. In response to customer feedback, we have added new features to AWS Service Broker for OpenShift and Kubernetes.

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AWS Quick Starts

Updated Red Hat OpenShift on AWS Quick Start with AWS Service Broker

A new update for the Red Hat OpenShift on AWS Quick Start improves usability by simplifying the management of certificates and domain names, and provides customers with the ability to scale workloads. Users can also enable AWS Service Broker via a parameter input during stack launch. AWS Service Broker is a new open source project directly integrated into OpenShift, allowing you to deploy AWS services without leaving the application platform. Red Hat is an APN Advanced Technology Partner.

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Exciting News for Red Hat OpenShift Customers on AWS

Yesterday, Red Hat and Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced an extended strategic alliance to natively integrate access to AWS services into Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. With this new offering, Red Hat OpenShift customers will be able to seamlessly configure, deploy, and scale AWS services like Amazon RDS, Amazon Aurora, Amazon Athena, Amazon Route 53, […]

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Have You Read Our 2016 AWS Partner Solutions Architect Guest Posts?

In 2016, we hosted 38 guest posts from AWS Partner Solutions Architects (SAs), who work very closely with both Consulting and Technology Partners as they build solutions on AWS. As we kick off 2017, I want to take a look back at all of the fantastic content created by our SAs. A few key themes emerged […]

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Upcoming AWS Partner Webinars – September & October

We have 10 upcoming AWS Partner Webinars featuring a select number of AWS Partners. These webinars feature technical sessions led by AWS solutions architects and engineers, live demonstrations, customer examples, and Q&A with AWS experts. Upcoming Webinars Seamless Visibility and Detection for the Cloud September 20th, 2016  | 10:00 – 11:00 AM PST Organizations need to apply security […]

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Deploy Red Hat OpenShift on Amazon Web Services

The following is a guest post by Tony Vattathil, Partner Solutions Architect (SA) at AWS.  We are excited to announce the latest addition to our AWS Quick Start catalog: Red Hat OpenShift, now available on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. Red Hat OpenShift is a container application platform solution based on Docker containers, Kubernetes orchestration […]

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