Tag: Virtual Private Cloud
Security is job zero at AWS and is one of the most important design principles of a Well-Architected Framework. Learn how to implement a 5G end-to-end security model based on Zero Trust principles using Palo Alto Networks’ 5G-native security solution for highly distributed and cloud-native 5G networks—with containerized 5G security and real-time threat correlation among 5G users, device identifiers, and a 5G network slice.
In the post-pandemic era, however, consumers are increasingly less likely to interact with agents in traditional ways. By following the creed of “intuition engineered” while partnering with Unqork and AWS, Cognizant developed a new consumer interaction model to life. Learn how the Cognizant eApp Collaboration Solution, built on Unqork’s codeless development platform using AWS serverless architecture, brings increased engagement and productivity to the virtual new business experience.
Alkira Cloud Area Networking helps customers fully embrace the benefits of AWS, as Alkira automates the tedious tasks required to connect enterprise WAN to the cloud. There is no hardware to buy, no agents to install, and it’s entirely delivered as a service. Alkira opens up possibilities for networking teams to be more agile, nimble, and to no longer be the bottleneck in the cloud adoption journey for organizations.
IBM Z and Cloud Modernization Stack on AWS provide a cloud-native experience to modernize development practices, helping developers adopt a unified set of tools and DevOps methodology. Learn how the Wazi components available in IBM Z and Cloud Modernization Stack provide modern experiences for analyzing, developing, and testing mainframe applications in an isolated way, implementing the DevOps philosophy for developers to gain speed and flexibility.
To reduce the technical complexity and manual processes needed to build pipelines that meet various security policies, Fivetran offers flexible connection options to securely and reliably move enterprise data from source to destination. Fivetran runs on AWS and can support customers syncing data from databases and to destinations hosted on AWS, including the Amazon Redshift data warehouse. Integration with AWS PrivateLink also allows customers to send data without using the public internet.
Digital food ordering is one of the most rapidly growing global industries today. Cognizant’s OrderServ 2.0 platform is an omni-channel digital ordering platform designed for the restaurant and food services industries. It has built-in connectors for seamless integration with restaurant point-of-sale (POS) systems, master data management, payments services, loyalty programs, and other business applications. OrderServ 2.0 is offered as a SaaS platform hosted on AWS.
Being digital requires DevOps at scale to rapidly adopt new technologies, transform legacy applications, innovate faster, and respond swiftly to ever-changing customer needs. Learn how DevOps can be implemented via tools like LTI’s Infinity DevOps, a self-service, scalable DevOps platform designed to provide faster, stable, and continuous deliveries to create leaner automated processes and accelerate delivery and productivity.
AWS and its backup partners continue to innovate to meet customer needs, and one example is the Amazon EBS direct APIs. Learn more about these APIs and how they transformed the Clumio solution. This post discusses issues the EBS direct APIs were created to solve and how Clumio used them to improve its cloud backup solution. We’ll show how Clumio and the EBS direct APIs work together to provide a powerful solution to solve customer data protection challenges.
Data transfer cost is a key component to consider when selecting your strategy to get data into Splunk Cloud on AWS. Customers using Splunk Cloud on AWS for their security, operational, and observability use cases may manage large volumes of data. Having a thorough understanding of AWS data transfer charges can help them optimize their architectures and costs. This post discusses the data transfer costs for five of the most common Splunk use cases.
As you consider migrating to VMware Cloud on AWS or have already done so, you could have the requirement to protect web servers residing in a vSphere environment on the AWS global infrastructure. To provide one aspect of security for these workloads, you can leverage the AWS WAF, a web application firewall that helps protect your apps or APIs against common web exploits and bots. AWS WAF provides scanning of designated HTTP/HTTPS traffic to protect against various attacks.