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IBM Cloud Pak for Integration on ROSA architecture

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

Customers across many industries use IBM integration software, such as IBM MQ, DataPower, API Connect, and App Connect, as the backbone that integrates and orchestrates their business-critical workloads. These customers often tell Amazon Web Services (AWS), they want to migrate their applications to AWS Cloud, as part of their business strategy: to lower costs, gain […]

Optimize your modern data architecture for sustainability: Part 1 – data ingestion and data lake

The modern data architecture on AWS focuses on integrating a data lake and purpose-built data services to efficiently build analytics workloads, which provide speed and agility at scale. Using the right service for the right purpose not only provides performance gains, but facilitates the right utilization of resources. Review Modern Data Analytics Reference Architecture on […]

Amazon S3 antivirus and antimalware scanning architecture workflow

How USAA built an Amazon S3 malware scanning solution

United Services Automobile Association (USAA) is a San Antonio-based insurance, financial services, banking, and FinTech company supporting millions of military members and their families. USAA has partnered with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to digitally transform and build multiple USAA solutions that help keep members safe and save members money and time. Why build a S3 […]

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 […]

AWS managed services help in building resilient infrastructures (click the image to enlarge)

A multi-dimensional approach helps you proactively prepare for failures, Part 2: Infrastructure layer

Distributed applications resiliency is a cumulative resiliency of applications, infrastructure, and operational processes. Part 1 of this series explored application layer resiliency. In Part 2, we discuss how using Amazon Web Services (AWS) managed services, redundancy, high availability, and infrastructure failover patterns based on recovery time and point objectives (RTO and RPO, respectively) can help in […]

Application coordination across accounts and single AWS Region

Coordinating large messages across accounts and Regions with Amazon SNS and SQS

Many organizations have applications distributed across various business units. Teams in these business units may develop their applications independent of each other to serve their individual business needs. Applications can reside in a single Amazon Web Services (AWS) account or be distributed across multiple accounts. Applications may be deployed to a single AWS Region or […]

Mainframe data backup and archival augmentation

Augmentation patterns to modernize a mainframe on AWS

Customers with mainframes want to use Amazon Web Services (AWS) to increase agility, maximize the value of their investments, and innovate faster. On June 8, 2022, AWS announced the general availability of AWS Mainframe Modernization, a new service that makes it faster and simpler for customers to modernize mainframe-based workloads. In this post, we discuss […]

Oracle Database in Amazon EC2 using AWS Backup and EFS for backup and restore

Using AWS Backup and Oracle RMAN for backup/restore of Oracle databases on Amazon EC2: Part 2

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 […]

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 […]

DWBI workload with multiple tools

Data warehouse and business intelligence technology consolidation using AWS

Organizations have been using data warehouse and business intelligence (DWBI) workloads to support business decision making for many years. These workloads are brought to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform to utilize the benefit of AWS cloud. However, these workloads are built using multiple vendor tools and technologies, and the customer faces the burden of […]