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Figure 1 – Visualizing read I/O operations on d3.2xlarge instances across three Availability Zones.

Field Notes: Benchmarking Performance of the New M5zn, D3, and R5b Instance Types with Datadog

This post was co-written with Danton Rodriguez, Product Manager at Datadog.  At re:Invent 2020, AWS announced the new Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) M5zn, D3, and R5b instance types. These instances are built on top of the AWS Nitro System, a collection of AWS-designed hardware and software innovations that enable the delivery of private networking, […]

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Field Notes: Applying Machine Learning to Vegetation Management using Amazon SageMaker

This post was co-written by Louis Lim, a manager in Accenture AWS Business Group, and Soheil Moosavi, a data scientist consultant in Accenture Applied Intelligence (AAI) team. Virtually every electric customer in the US and Canada has, at one time or another, experienced a sustained electric outage as a direct result of a tree and […]

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Field Notes: Building a Shared Account Structure Using AWS Organizations

For customers considering the AWS Solution Provider Program, there are challenges to mitigate when building a shared account model with SI partners. AWS Organizations make it possible to build the right account structure to support a resale arrangement. In this engagement model, the end customer gets an AWS invoice from an AWS authorized partner instead […]

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Building SaaS Services for AWS Customers with PrivateLink

With the advent of AWS PrivateLink, you can provide services to AWS customers directly in their Virtual Private Networks by offering cross-account SaaS solutions on private IP addresses rather than over the Internet. Traffic that flows to the services you provide does so over private AWS networking rather than over the Internet, offering security and […]

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