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Category: Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service

Figure 2. Architecture diagram for financial crime discovery

Financial Crime Discovery using Amazon EKS and Graph Databases

Discovering and solving financial crimes has become a challenge due to an increasing amount of financial data. While storing transactional payment data in a structured table format is useful for searching, filtering, and calculations, it is not always an ideal way to represent transactional data. For example, determining if there is a suspicious financial relationship […]

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Figure 2. Simulated RLN architecture in the AWS Cloud

Scaling DLT to 1M TPS on AWS: Optimizing a Regulated Liabilities Network

SETL is an open source, distributed ledger technology (DLT) company that enables tokenisation, digital custody, and DLT for securities markets and payments. In mid-2021, they developed a blueprint for a Regulated Liabilities Network (RLN) that enables holding and managing a variety of tokenized value irrespective of its form. In a December 2021 collaboration with Amazon […]

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Figure 2. Technical workflow for Meshify IoT architecture

How Meshify Built an Insurance-focused IoT Solution on AWS

The ability to analyze your Internet of Things (IoT) data can help you prevent loss, improve safety, boost productivity, and even develop an entirely new business model. This data is even more valuable, with the ever-increasing number of connected devices. Companies use Amazon Web Services (AWS) IoT services to build innovative solutions, including secure edge […]

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Figure 1 - Architecture showing the DXC RoboticDrive Ingestor (RDI) solution

Ingesting Automotive Sensor Data using DXC RoboticDrive Ingestor on AWS

This post was co-written by Pawel Kowalski, a Technical Product Manager for DXC RoboticDrive and Dr. Max Böhm, a software and systems architect and DXC Distinguished Engineer. To build the first fully autonomous vehicle, L5 standard per SAE, auto-manufacturers collected sensor data from test vehicle fleets across the globe in their testing facilities and driving […]

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Figure 3. Blue/green deployment using KPIs

Use Amazon EKS and Argo Rollouts for Progressive Delivery

A common hurdle to DevOps strategies is the manual testing, sign-off, and deployment steps required to deliver new or enhanced feature sets. If an application is updated frequently, these actions can be time-consuming and error prone. You can address these challenges by incorporating progressive delivery concepts along with the Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) […]

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Figure 1. Data service solution architecture with default configuration

Field Notes: Building a Data Service for Autonomous Driving Systems Development using Amazon EKS

Many aspects of autonomous driving (AD) system development are based on data that capture real-life driving scenarios. Therefore, research and development professionals working on AD systems need to handle an ever-changing array of interesting datasets composed from the real-life driving data.  In this blog post, we address a key problem in AD system development, which […]

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Single Region/multi-AZ with secondary Region for backups

Disaster Recovery with AWS Managed Services, Part I: Single Region

This 3-part blog series discusses disaster recovery (DR) strategies that you can implement to ensure your data is safe and that your workload stays available during a disaster. In Part I, we’ll discuss the single AWS Region/multi-Availability Zone (AZ) DR strategy. The strategy outlined in this blog post addresses how to integrate AWS managed services […]

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Figure 1. App2Container scaling architecture overview

Migrate your Applications to Containers at Scale

AWS App2Container is a command line tool that you can install on a server to automate the containerization of applications. This simplifies the process of migrating a single server to containers. But if you have a fleet of servers, the process of migrating all of them could be quite time-consuming. In this situation, you can […]

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Deployment architecture of Starburst platform on AWS

Optimizing Cloud Infrastructure Cost and Performance with Starburst on AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud is elastic, convenient to use, easy to consume, and makes it simple to onboard workloads. Because of this simplicity, the cost associated with onboarding workloads is sometimes overlooked. There is a notion that when an organization moves its workload to the cloud, agility, scalability, performance, and cost issues will disappear. […]

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Comparing on-premises vs. cloud infrastructure provisioning

Insights for CTOs: Part 1 – Building and Operating Cloud Applications

In my role as a Senior Solutions Architect, I have spoken to chief technology officers (CTOs) and executive leadership of large enterprises like big banks, software as a service (SaaS) businesses, mid-sized enterprises, and startups. In this series, I share insights gained from various CTOs and engineering leaders during their cloud adoption journeys at their […]

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