AWS Architecture Blog

Category: Amazon RDS

Single-tenant configuration

AWS Cloud service considerations when modernizing account-per-tenant solutions

An increasing number of software as a service (SaaS) providers are modernizing their architectures to utilize resources more efficiently and reduce operational costs. There are multiple strategies that can be used when refining your multi-tenant architecture. This blog will look at a specific scenario where SaaS providers move from an account-per-tenant to an Amazon Elastic […]

Warm standby with managed services

Disaster Recovery Solutions with AWS managed services, Part 3: Multi-Site Active/Passive

Welcome to the third post of a multi-part series that addresses disaster recovery (DR) strategies with the use of AWS-managed services to align with customer requirements of performance, cost, and compliance. In part two of this series, we introduced a DR concept that utilizes managed services through a backup and restore strategy with multiple Regions. […]

Access to AWS resources from on-premises

Architecting your security model in AWS for legacy application migrations

Application migrations, especially from legacy/mainframe to the cloud, are done in phases that sometimes span multiple years. Each phase migrates a set of applications, data, and other resources to the cloud. During the transition phases, applications might require access to both on-premises and cloud-based resources to perform their function. While working with our customers, we […]

Wego's new architecture using Session Manager

How Wego secured developer connectivity to Amazon Relational Database Service instances

How do you securely access Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) instances from a developer’s laptop? Online travel marketplace, Wego, shares their journey from bastion hosts in the public subnet to lightweight VPN tunnels on top of Session Manager, a capability of AWS Systems Manager, using temporary access keys. In this post, we explore how […]

Multi-Region guest profile architecture

How Shiji Group created a global guest profile store on AWS

Shiji Group provides global software solutions for the hospitality industry. The Shiji Enterprise Platform enables customers to manage large hotel property portfolios using software as a service (SaaS). Among functionalities such as reservations, housekeeping, finance, and integrations with external systems, the guest profile is a key aspect of the system. Besides personal information (such as […]

Current high-level solution architecture for the ALLFINANZ solution

How Munich Re Automation Solutions Ltd built a digital insurance platform on AWS

Underwriting for life insurance can be quite manual and often time-intensive with lots of re-keying by advisers before underwriting decisions can be made and policies finally issued. In the digital age, people purchasing life insurance want self-service interactions with their prospective insurer. People want speed of transaction with time to cover reduced from days to […]

DWBI workload with multiple tools

Data warehouse and business intelligence technology consolidation using AWS

Organizations have been using data warehouse and business intelligence (DWBI) workloads to support business decision making for many years. These workloads are brought to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform to utilize the benefit of AWS cloud. However, these workloads are built using multiple vendor tools and technologies, and the customer faces the burden of […]

High-level architecture pattern for automating resilience assessments

Continually assessing application resilience with AWS Resilience Hub and AWS CodePipeline

As customers commit to a DevOps mindset and embrace a nearly continuous integration/continuous delivery model to implement change with a higher velocity, assessing every change impact on an application resilience is key. This blog shows an architecture pattern for automating resiliency assessments as part of your CI/CD pipeline. Automatically running a resiliency assessment within CI/CD […]

High availability in a single Region with Microsoft SQL Database Service on Amazon EC2

Considerations for modernizing Microsoft SQL database service with high availability on AWS

Many organizations have applications that require Microsoft SQL Server to run relational database workloads: some applications can be proprietary software that the vendor mandates Microsoft SQL Server to run database service; the other applications can be long-standing, home-grown applications that included Microsoft SQL Server when they were initially developed. When organizations migrate applications to AWS, […]

A single AWS account and single-region model

Running hybrid Active Directory service with AWS Managed Microsoft Active Directory

Enterprise customers often need to architect a hybrid Active Directory solution to support running applications in the existing on-premises corporate data centers and AWS cloud. There are many reasons for this, such as maintaining the integration with on-premises legacy applications, keeping the control of infrastructure resources, and meeting with specific industry compliance requirements. To extend […]