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Using a single DNS and Amazon Route 53 to route requests

Setup a high availability design for Oracle Data Guard (Fast-Start Failover) using Amazon Route 53

Many customers use Oracle Database deployed on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) to run their Oracle E-Business Suite applications. They rely on Oracle Data Guard for high availability databases, with a standby database running in a different availability zone. Oracle Data Guard can switch a standby database to the primary role in case a […]

Dimensions for operational visibility

A multi-dimensional approach helps you proactively prepare for failures, Part 3: Operations and process resiliency

In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, we discussed how to build application layer and infrastructure layer resiliency. In Part 3, we explore how to develop resilient applications, and the need to test and break our operational processes and run books. Processes are needed to capture baseline metrics and boundary conditions. Detecting deviations […]

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 […]

Inverting application proxy

Implementing lightweight on-premises API connectivity using inverting traffic proxy

This post will explore the use of lightweight application inversion proxy as a solution for multi-point hybrid or multi-cloud, API-level connectivity for cases where AWS Direct Connect or VPN may not be practical. Then, we will present a sample solution and explain how it addresses typical challenges involved in this space. Defining the issue Large […]

Multi-Region backup

Disaster recovery with AWS managed services, Part 2: Multi-Region/backup and restore

In part I of this series, we introduced a disaster recovery (DR) concept that uses managed services through a single AWS Region strategy. In part two, we introduce a multi-Region backup and restore approach. With this approach, you can deploy a DR solution in multiple Regions, but it will be associated with longer RPO/RTO. Using […]

Basic architecture on how data drift is detected using Amazon SageMaker

Detecting data drift using Amazon SageMaker

As companies continue to embrace the cloud and digital transformation, they use historical data in order to identify trends and insights. This data is foundational to power tools, such as data analytics and machine learning (ML), in order to achieve high quality results. This is a time where major disruptions are not only lasting longer, […]

EDI transaction-processing system architecture on AWS

Building a serverless cloud-native EDI solution with AWS

Electronic data interchange (EDI) is a technology that exchanges information between organizations in a structured digital form based on regulated message formats and standards. EDI has been used in healthcare for decades on the payer side for determination of coverage and benefits verification. There are different standards for exchanging electronic business documents, like American National […]

Figure 1. Architecture diagram for transferring files on-premises to Amazon FSx for Lustre using AWS DataSync

Migrating petabytes of data from on-premises file systems to Amazon FSx for Lustre

For International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month, we’re featuring more than a week’s worth of posts that highlight female builders and leaders. We’re showcasing women in the industry who are building, creating, and, above all, inspiring, empowering, and encouraging everyone—especially women and girls—in tech. Many organizations use the Lustre filesystem for Linux-based applications that […]

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 […]

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 […]