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Category: Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service

Figure 3: API Facade pattern built on AWS Serverless

Unlocking Data from Existing Systems with a Serverless API Facade

In today’s modern world, it’s not enough to produce a good product; it’s critical that your products and services are well integrated into the surrounding business ecosystem. Companies lose market share when valuable data about their products or services are locked inside their systems. Business partners and internal teams use data from multiple sources to […]

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microservices deployed across multiple VPCs use privately exposed endpoints

Using VPC Sharing for a Cost-Effective Multi-Account Microservice Architecture

Introduction Many cloud-native organizations building modern applications have adopted a microservice architecture because of its flexibility, performance, and scalability. Even customers with legacy and monolithic application stacks are embarking on an application modernization journey and opting for this type of architecture. A microservice architecture allows applications to be composed of several loosely coupled discreet services […]

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Taza Chocolate

TMA Special: Connecting Taza Chocolate’s Legacy Equipment to the Cloud

As a “bean to bar” chocolate manufacturer, Taza Chocolate uses traditional stone ground mills for the production of its famous chocolate discs. The analog, mid-century machines that the company imported from Central America were never built to connect to the cloud. Along comes Tulip Interfaces, an AWS Industrial Software Competency Partner that makes the human […]

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Compute Abstractions on AWS: A Visual Story

When I joined AWS last year, I wanted to find a way to explain, in the easiest way possible, all the options it offers to users from a compute perspective. There are many ways to peel this onion, but I want to share a “visual story” that I have created. I define the compute domain […]

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