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Field Notes: Building a Disaster Recovery site on AWS for your Azure Workload

Customers running workloads on other clouds, like Azure or GCP, can increase resilience and meet compliance requirements by using AWS as their disaster recovery site. CloudEndure Disaster Recovery provides an easy cross-cloud solution for replicating and recovering workloads from other cloud providers to AWS. It automatically converts your source machines so that they boot and […]

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Field Notes: Integrating HTTP APIs with AWS Cloud Map and Amazon ECS Services

This post was cowritten with Preeti Pragya Jha, a senior software developer in Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). Companies are continually looking for ways to optimize cost. This is true of RS Components, a global trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, a global omni-channel provider of industrial and electronic products and solutions. RS Components set out to […]

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Field Notes: Bring your C#.NET skills to Amazon SageMaker

Amazon SageMaker is a fully managed service that provides developers and data scientists with the ability to build, train, and deploy machine learning (ML) models quickly. SageMaker removes the undifferentiated heavy lifting from each step of the machine learning process to make it easier to develop high-quality models. Amazon SageMaker Notebooks are one-click Jupyter Notebooks […]

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Architecture of the application

Field Notes: Optimize your Java application for AWS Lambda with Quarkus

This blog post is a continuation of an existing article about optimizing your Java application for Amazon ECS with Quarkus. In this blog post, we examine the benefits of Quarkus in the context of AWS Lambda. Quarkus is a framework that uses the Open Java Development Kit (OpenJDK) with GraalVM and over 50 libraries like RESTEasy, Vertx, Hibernate, […]

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End-to-end view from sizing to consumption

Field Notes: Preparing for AWS Outposts: Ordering, Delivery, and Installation

AWS Outposts is a fully managed service that extends AWS infrastructure, services, APIs, and tools to customer premises. By providing local access to AWS managed infrastructure, AWS Outposts enables customers to build and run applications on premises using the same programming interfaces as in AWS Regions, while using local compute and storage resources for lower […]

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1 Architecture of the complete Live-To-VOD solution

Field Notes: Create a Serverless Live-to-VOD Workflow with AWS Elemental

Many of our customers in the entertainment industry are transforming their business structure from a traditional broadcasting model to a digital media and online content distribution platform. Many shows and sport events are streamed live online and users expect to be able to catch up and rewatch content immediately after it airs. This demand creates […]

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AWS Server Migration Service

Field Notes: Choosing a Rehost Migration Tool – CloudEndure or AWS SMS

For customers that choose a rehost migration strategy (also known as lift-and-shift) for their large-scale workloads, the recommendation is to select a tool that will orchestrate, automate and schedule the migration with minimum downtime. CloudEndure Migration and AWS Server Migration Service (AWS SMS) are two services provided by AWS that both automate rehost migration, but […]

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microservices deployed across multiple VPCs use privately exposed endpoints

Using VPC Sharing for a Cost-Effective Multi-Account Microservice Architecture

Introduction Many cloud-native organizations building modern applications have adopted a microservice architecture because of its flexibility, performance, and scalability. Even customers with legacy and monolithic application stacks are embarking on an application modernization journey and opting for this type of architecture. A microservice architecture allows applications to be composed of several loosely coupled discreet services […]

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