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Category: DevOps

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Let’s Architect! Architecting for DevOps

Under a DevOps model, the development and operations teams work together and share their skills and knowledge. Sometimes, these teams are merged into a single team where the engineers work across the entire application lifecycle, from development to deployment. The objective of DevOps is to deliver applications and services quickly and efficiently. This faster pace […]

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Figure 1. AWS cross-account CodePipeline for production and non-production workloads

Using DevOps Automation to Deploy Lambda APIs across Accounts and Environments

by Subrahmanyam Madduru – Global Partner Solutions Architect Leader, AWS, Sandipan Chakraborti – Senior AWS Architect, Wipro Limited, Abhishek Gautam – AWS Developer and Solutions Architect, Wipro Limited, Arati Deshmukh – AWS Architect, Infosys As more and more enterprises adopt serverless technologies to deliver their business capabilities in a more agile manner, it is imperative […]

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Figure 1. Heimdall Proxy architecture

Using Amazon Aurora Global Database for Low Latency without Application Changes

Deploying global applications has many challenges, especially when accessing a database to build custom pages for end users. One example is an application using AWS Lambda@Edge. Two main challenges include performance and availability. This blog explains how you can optimally deploy a global application with fast response times and without application changes. The Amazon Aurora […]

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Figure 1. Audit Surveillance data lake architecture diagram

How Parametric Built Audit Surveillance using AWS Data Lake Architecture

Parametric Portfolio Associates (Parametric), a wholly owned subsidiary of Morgan Stanley, is a registered investment adviser. Parametric provides investment advisory services to individual and institutional investors around the world. Parametric manages over 100,000 client portfolios with assets under management exceeding $400B (as of 9/30/21). As a registered investment adviser, Parametric is subject to numerous regulatory […]

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Figure 4. AWS Proton deploys service into multi-account environment through standardized continuous delivery pipeline

Simplifying Multi-account CI/CD Deployments using AWS Proton

Many large enterprises, startups, and public sector entities maintain different deployment environments within multiple Amazon Web Services (AWS) accounts to securely develop, test, and deploy their applications. Maintaining separate AWS accounts for different deployment stages is a standard practice for organizations. It helps developers limit the blast radius in case of failure when deploying updates […]

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Figure 1. Heimdall Proxy distributed, auto-scaling architecture

Offloading SQL for Amazon RDS using the Heimdall Proxy

Getting the maximum scale from your database often requires fine-tuning the application. This can increase time and incur cost – effort that could be used towards other strategic initiatives. The Heimdall Proxy was designed to intelligently manage SQL connections to help you get the most out of your database. In this blog post, we demonstrate […]

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Figure 1. High-level architecture pattern for automating chaos engineering

Chaos Testing with AWS Fault Injection Simulator and AWS CodePipeline

The COVID-19 pandemic has proven to be the largest stress test of our technology infrastructures in generations. A meteoric increase in internet consumption followed, due in large part to working and schooling from home. The chaotic, early months of the pandemic have clearly demonstrated the value of resiliency in production. How can we better prepare […]

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Field Notes: How FactSet Uses ‘microAccounts’ to Reduce Developer Friction and Maintain Security at Scale

This post was co-written by FactSet’s Cloud Infrastructure team, Gaurav Jain, Nathan Goodman, Geoff Wang, Daniel Cordes, Sunu Joseph and AWS Solution Architects, Amit Borulkar and Tarik Makota. FactSet considers developer self-service and DevOps essential for realizing cloud benefits.  As part of their cloud adoption journey, they wanted developers to have a frictionless infrastructure provisioning […]

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