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Category: AWS Transfer Family

MFT inbound flow – push by data provider

Building a Cloud-Native File Transfer Platform Using AWS Transfer Family Workflows

File-based transfers are one of the most prevalent mechanisms for organizations to exchange data over various interfaces with their partners and consumers. There are specialized third-party managed file transfer (MFT) products available in the market that provide rich workflows for managing these transfers. A typical MFT platform provides features to perform a series of linked […]

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Figure 1. Volotea MRO deployment in a multi-account architecture

Volotea MRO Modernization in AWS

Volotea is one of the fastest growing independent airlines in Europe, and has increased its fleet, routes, and number of available seats year over year. Volotea has already transported more than 30 million passengers across Europe, and has bases in 16 European capitals. The maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) application is a critical system for […]

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Figure 1. Managed File Transfer Process Flow

Managed File Transfer using AWS Transfer Family and Amazon S3

Financial, healthcare, retail and other companies exchange many different types of data. This can include stock information, healthcare claims, and sharing product data files with their partners. These companies need a managed file transfer solution that supports data transformation, and exchange of data over File Transfer Protocol over SSL (FTPS), and Secure File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). […]

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Figure 1. RStudio/Shiny Open Source Deployment on AWS Serverless Infrastructure

Scaling RStudio/Shiny using Serverless Architecture and AWS Fargate

Data scientists use RStudio server as an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) to develop, publish, and share interactive web dashboards built on Shiny Server. Although it is possible to use virtual server infrastructure in the cloud to run R workloads, containerization offers significant operational benefits. Migrating R workloads into a serverless model in AWS, customers can […]

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