AWS Architecture Blog

Category: AWS Organizations

Field Notes: Automating Migration Requests for Reserved Instances and Savings Plans in Closed Accounts

Enterprise AWS customers are often managing many accounts under a payer account, and sometimes accounts are closed before Reserved Instances (RI) or Savings Plans (SP) are fully used. Manually tracking account closures and requesting RI and SP migration from the closed accounts can become complex and error prone. This blog post describes a solution for automating […]

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Architecture Patterns for Red Hat OpenShift on AWS

Editor’s note: Although this blog post and its accompanying code make use of the word “Master,” Red Hat is making open source code more inclusive by eradicating “problematic language.” Read more about this. Introduction Red Hat OpenShift is an application platform that provides customers with turnkey application platform that is much more than a simple […]

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Field Notes: Building a Shared Account Structure Using AWS Organizations

For customers considering the AWS Solution Provider Program, there are challenges to mitigate when building a shared account model with SI partners. AWS Organizations make it possible to build the right account structure to support a resale arrangement. In this engagement model, the end customer gets an AWS invoice from an AWS authorized partner instead […]

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