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Category: AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM)

IBM Cloud Pak for Data on ROSA

Deploying IBM Cloud Pak for Data on Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers who are looking for a more intuitive way to deploy and use IBM Cloud Pak for Data (CP4D) on the AWS Cloud, can now use the Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA). ROSA is a fully managed service, jointly supported by AWS and Red Hat. It is managed by […]

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Figure 1. Oracle Database in Amazon EC2 using AWS Backup and S3 for backup and restore

Using AWS Backup and Oracle RMAN for backup/restore of Oracle databases on Amazon EC2: Part 1

Customers running Oracle databases on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) often take database and schema backups using Oracle native tools, like Data Pump and Recovery Manager (RMAN), to satisfy data protection, disaster recovery (DR), and compliance requirements. A priority is to reduce backup time as the data grows exponentially and recover sooner in case […]

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Data flow when using AWS Application Migration Service (black diamonds denote potential points of contention)

Identification of replication bottlenecks when using AWS Application Migration Service

Enterprises frequently begin their journey by re-hosting (lift-and-shift) their on-premises workloads into AWS and running Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances. A simpler way to re-host is by using AWS Application Migration Service (Application Migration Service), a cloud-native migration service. To streamline and expedite migrations, automate reusable migration patterns that work for a wide […]

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Reduce Cost and Increase Security with Amazon VPC Endpoints

This blog explains the benefits of using Amazon VPC endpoints and highlights a self-paced workshop that will help you learn more about them. Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) enables you to launch Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources into a virtual network that you’ve defined. This virtual network resembles a traditional network that you’d operate […]

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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 […]

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Figure 1. MGN service architecture

Multi-Region Migration using AWS Application Migration Service

AWS customers are in various stages of their cloud journey. Frequently, enterprises begin that journey by rehosting (lift-and-shift migrating) their on-premises workloads into AWS, and running Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances. You can rehost using AWS Application Migration Service (MGN), a cloud-native migration tool. You may need to relocate instances and workloads to […]

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Figure 1. Connect data streaming automation workflow

Automate Amazon Connect Data Streaming using AWS CDK

Many customers want to provision Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud resources quickly and consistently with lifecycle management, by treating infrastructure as code (IaC). Commonly used services are AWS CloudFormation and HashiCorp Terraform. Currently, customers set up Amazon Connect data streaming manually, as the service is not available under CloudFormation resource types. Customers may want to […]

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Figure 2. Simulating Regional failover using service control policies

Minimizing Dependencies in a Disaster Recovery Plan

The Availability and Beyond whitepaper discusses the concept of static stability for improving resilience. What does static stability mean with regard to a multi-Region disaster recovery (DR) plan? What if the very tools that we rely on for failover are themselves impacted by a DR event? In this post, you’ll learn how to reduce dependencies […]

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Multi-Region security, identity, and compliance services

Creating a Multi-Region Application with AWS Services – Part 1, Compute, Networking, and Security

Many AWS services have features to help you build and manage a multi-Region architecture, but identifying those capabilities across 200+ services can be overwhelming. In this 3-part blog series, we filter through those 200+ services and focus on those that have specific features to assist you in building multi-Region applications. In Part 1, we’ll build […]

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Figure 1. App2Container scaling architecture overview

Migrate your Applications to Containers at Scale

AWS App2Container is a command line tool that you can install on a server to automate the containerization of applications. This simplifies the process of migrating a single server to containers. But if you have a fleet of servers, the process of migrating all of them could be quite time-consuming. In this situation, you can […]

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