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Category: Amazon Elasticsearch Service

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Intelligently Search Media Assets with Amazon Rekognition and Amazon ES

Media assets have become increasingly important to industries like media and entertainment, manufacturing, education, social media applications, and retail. This is largely due to innovations in digital marketing, mobile, and ecommerce. Successfully locating a digital asset like a video, graphic, or image reduces costs related to reproducing or re-shooting. An efficient search engine is critical […]

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Figure 2: A diagram visualizing the steps involved in data processing across two layers, the data layer and the knowledge layer and their implementations with AWS services.

Field Notes: Data-Driven Risk Analysis with Amazon Neptune and Amazon Elasticsearch Service

This blog post is co-authored with Charles Crouspeyre and Angad Srivastava. Charles is Director at Accenture Applied Intelligence and ASEAN AI SME (Subject Matter Expert) and Angad is Data and Analytics Consultant at AWS and NLP (Natural Language Processing) expert. Together, they are the lead architects of the solution presented in this blog. In this […]

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Figure 1. Current Architecture with improved resiliency and standardized observability

Journey to Adopt Cloud-Native Architecture Series: #3 – Improved Resilience and Standardized Observability

In the last blog, Maximizing System Throughput, we talked about design patterns you can adopt to address immediate scaling challenges to provide a better customer experience. In this blog, we talk about architecture patterns to improve system resiliency, why observability matters, and how to build a holistic observability solution. As a refresher from previous blogs, […]

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Field Notes: Launch Amazon Elasticsearch Service with Fine-Grained Access Control and Amazon Cognito

Originally published March 2020 to the Field Notes blog, and reviewed for technical accuracy in March 2021. To get started with Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES), you must have a concept for authentication and authorization for your search cluster. In addition to an IP-based access policy or a proxy server to protect your search cluster, you can […]

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Field Notes: Monitoring the Java Virtual Machine Garbage Collection on AWS Lambda

When you want to optimize your Java application on AWS Lambda for performance and cost the general steps are: Build, measure, then optimize! To accomplish this, you need a solid monitoring mechanism. Amazon CloudWatch and AWS X-Ray are well suited for this task since they already provide lots of data about your AWS Lambda function. […]

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