AWS Architecture Blog

Category: Technical How-to

Deploying Autonomous Driving & ADAS workloads at scale

Field Notes: Deploying Autonomous Driving and ADAS Workloads at Scale with Amazon Managed Workflows for Apache Airflow

Cloud Architects developing autonomous driving and ADAS workflows are challenged by loosely distributed process steps along the tool chain in hybrid environments. This is accelerated by the need to create a holistic view of all running pipelines and jobs. Common challenges include: finding and getting access to the data sources specific to your use case, […]

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Figure 1 - Architecture Showing how to build an automated Image Processing and Model Training pipeline

Field Notes: Building an Automated Image Processing and Model Training Pipeline for Autonomous Driving

In this blog post, we demonstrate how to build an automated and scalable data pipeline for autonomous driving. This solution was built with the goal of accelerating the process of analyzing recorded footage and training a model to improve the experience of autonomous driving. We will demonstrate the extraction of images from ROS bag file […]

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Figure 1 - Architecture representing an IoT ingestion pipeline

Field Notes: Deliver Messages Using an IoT Rule Action to Amazon Managed Streaming for Apache Kafka

With IoT devices scaling up rapidly, real-time data integration and data processing has become a major challenge. This is why customers often choose Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT) for message ingestion, and Apache Kafka to build a real-time streaming data pipeline. AWS IoT Core now supports a new IoT rule action to deliver messages from […]

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Architecture showing how to build a Scalable Real-Time Newsfeed Watchlist Using Amazon Comprehend

Field Notes: Building a Scalable Real-Time Newsfeed Watchlist Using Amazon Comprehend

One of the challenges businesses have is to constantly monitor information via media outlets and be alerted when a key interest is picked up, such as individual, product, or company information. One way to do this is to scan media and news feeds against a company watchlist. The list may contain personal names, organizations or […]

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Figure 3 - IVR flow leveraging dynamically generated menu options.

Field Notes: Build Dynamic IVR Menus with Amazon Connect and AWS Lambda

This post was co-written by Marius Cealera, Senior Partner Solutions Architect at AWS, and Zdenko Estok, Cloud Architect and DevOps Engineer at Accenture.  Modern interactive voice response (IVR) systems help customers find answers to their questions through a series of menus, usually relying on the customer to filter and select the right options. Adding more […]

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Reference Architecture to Launch a Fully Configured AWS Deep Learning Desktop with NICE DCV

Field Notes: Launch a Fully Configured AWS Deep Learning Desktop with NICE DCV

You want to start quickly when doing deep learning using GPU-activated Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances in the AWS Cloud. Although AWS provides end-to-end machine learning (ML) in Amazon SageMaker, working at the deep learning frameworks level, the quickest way to start is with AWS Deep Learning AMIs (DLAMIs), which provide preconfigured Conda environments for […]

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Reference Architecture Diagram showing Automated Deployment Flow

Field Notes: How Sportradar Accelerated Data Recovery Using AWS Services

This post was co-written by Mithil Prasad, AWS Senior Customer Solutions Manager, Patrick Gryczka, AWS Solutions Architect, Ben Burdsall, CTO at Sportradar and Justin Shreve, Director of Engineering at Sportradar.  Ransomware is a type of malware which encrypts data, effectively locking those affected by it out of their own data and requesting a payment to […]

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a custom solution for Cross-Account, Cross-Region database replication with configurable Recovery Time

Field Notes: How to Set Up Your Cross-Account and Cross-Region Database for Amazon Aurora

This post was co-written by Ashutosh Pateriya, Solution Architect at AWS and Nirmal Tomar, Principal Consultant at Infosys Technologies Ltd.  Various organizations have stringent regulatory compliance obligations or business requirements that require an effective cross-account and cross-region database setup. We recommend to establish a Disaster Recovery (DR) environment in different AWS accounts and Regions for […]

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Initial Orchestration Architecture

Field Notes: Orchestrating and Monitoring Complex, Long-running Workflows Using AWS Step Functions

Situation: IHS Markit’s Wall Street Office (WSO) offers financial reports to hundreds of clients worldwide. When IHS Markit completed the migration of WSO’s SaaS software to AWS, it unlocked the power and agility to deliver new product features monthly, as opposed to a multi-year release cycle. This migration also presented a great opportunity to further […]

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Visual Studio Ref Architecture

Field Notes: Use AWS Cloud9 to Power Your Visual Studio Code IDE

Everyone has their favorite integrated development environment, or IDE, as it’s more commonly known. For many of us, it’s a tool that we rely on for our day-to-day activities. In some instances, it’s a tool we’ve spent years getting set up just the way we want – from the theme that looks the best to […]

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