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Overview of services that integrate with CloudWatch and Trusted Advisor for monitoring metrics

Optimizing your AWS Infrastructure for Sustainability, Part III: Networking

In Part I: Compute and Part II: Storage of this series, we introduced strategies to optimize the compute and storage layer of your AWS architecture for sustainability. This blog post focuses on the network layer of your AWS infrastructure and proposes concepts to optimize your network utilization. Optimizing the networking layer of your AWS infrastructure When you […]

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Figure 2. Multi-Region deployment optimized for network latency

What to Consider when Selecting a Region for your Workloads

The AWS Cloud is an ever-growing network of Regions and points of presence (PoP), with a global network infrastructure that connects them together. With such a vast selection of Regions, costs, and services available, it can be challenging for startups to select the optimal Region for a workload. This decision must be made carefully, as […]

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Figure 4. Machine to Cloud Connectivity (M2C2) Framework architecture

Securely Ingest Industrial Data to AWS via Machine to Cloud Solution

As a manufacturing enterprise, maximizing your operational efficiency and optimizing output are critical factors in this competitive global market. However, many manufacturers are unable to frequently collect data, link data together, and generate insights to help them optimize performance. Furthermore, decades of competing standards for connectivity have resulted in the lack of universal protocols to […]

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Figure 5. Connectivity examples for AWS networking and content delivery services

Augmenting VMware Cloud on AWS Workloads with Native AWS services

VMware Cloud on AWS allows you to quickly migrate VMware workloads to a VMware-managed Software-Defined Data Center (SDDC) running in the AWS Cloud and extend your on-premises data centers without replatforming or refactoring applications. You can use native AWS services with Virtual Machines (VMs) in the SDDC, to reduce operational overhead and lower your Total […]

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Microservices-based order submission workflow

Architecting a Highly Available Serverless, Microservices-Based Ecommerce Site

The number of ecommerce vendors is growing globally, and they often handle large traffic at different times of the day and different days of the year. This, in addition to building, managing, and maintaining IT infrastructure on-premises data centers can present challenges to their businesses’ scalability and growth. This blog provides you a Serverless on […]

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Figure 2. DLT architecture diagram

Ensure Optimal Application Performance with Distributed Load Testing on AWS

As a modern enterprise, your customers expect 100% availability of your critical web and mobile applications. Unforeseen events such as COVID-19, have necessitated many customer engagements to become virtual. This has made web and mobile applications even more critical. Distributed Load Testing on AWS (DLT) helps you automate the performance testing of your software applications […]

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LeasePlan Sitecore headless architecture

LeasePlan Sitecore Implementation with Amazon EKS

LeasePlan is one of the world’s leading car leasing companies, with 1.9 million vehicles in more than 30 countries. They manage the entire lifecycle of their fleet, from purchase and maintenance to the sale of returned lease cars. Sitecore is a leading content management system in the enterprise market. It allows organizations to combine content […]

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Notional architecture for Serverless Bot Framework & Salesforce Integration

Build Chatbots using Serverless Bot Framework with Salesforce Integration

Conversational interfaces have become increasingly popular, both on web and mobile. Businesses realize these interactions are resulting in quicker resolutions of customer concerns than a more traditional approach of agent interactions. An intelligent chatbot on top of customer-facing platforms comes with inherent benefits. Among these are 24/7 customer support with no agent wait-times, improved operational […]

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AWS Micro Frontend

Micro-frontend Architectures on AWS

A microservice architecture is characterized by independent services that are focused on a specific business function and maintained by small, self-contained teams. Microservice architectures are used frequently for web applications developed on AWS, and for good reason. They offer many well-known benefits such as development agility, technological freedom, targeted deployments, and more. Despite the popularity […]

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Figure 1 - Architecture, AWS Amplify Console

Serving Content Using a Fully Managed Reverse Proxy Architecture in AWS

With the trends to autonomous teams and microservice style architectures, web frontend tiers are challenged to become more flexible and integrate different components with independent architectures and technology stacks. Two scenarios are prominent: Micro-Frontends, where there is a single page application and components within this page are owned by different teams Web portals, where there […]

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