AWS Architecture Blog

AWS Instance Scheduler

Introducing AWS Solutions: Expert architectures on demand

AWS Solutions Architects are on the front line of helping customers succeed using our technologies. Our team members leverage their deep knowledge of AWS technologies to build custom solutions that solve specific problems for clients. But many customers want to solve common technical problems that don’t require custom solutions, or they want a general solution […]

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Ops Automator Vertical Scaling

AWS Ops Automator v2 features vertical scaling (Preview)

The new version of the AWS Ops Automator, a solution that enables you to automatically manage your AWS resources, features vertical scaling for Amazon EC2 instances. With vertical scaling, the solution automatically adjusts capacity to maintain steady, predictable performance at the lowest possible cost. The solution can resize your instances by restarting your existing instance […]

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Fargate

Samsung Builds a Secure Developer Portal with Fargate and ECR

This post was provided by Samsung. The Samsung developer portal (Samsung Developers) is Samsung’s online portal built to serve technical documents, the Developer blog, and API guides to developers, IT managers, and students interested in building applications with the Samsung products. The Samsung Developers consists of three different portals: SmartThings portal, which serves IoT developers […]

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Handling AWS Chargebacks for Enterprise Customers

As AWS product portfolios and feature sets grow, as an enterprise customer, you are likely to migrate your existing workloads and innovate your new products on AWS. To help you keep your cloud charges simple, you can use consolidated billing. This can, however, create complexity for your internal chargebacks, especially if some of your resources […]

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Migration hub

Optimizing a Lift-and-Shift for Security

This is the third and final blog within a three-part series that examines how to optimize lift-and-shift workloads. A lift-and-shift is a common approach for migrating to AWS, whereby you move a workload from on-prem with little or no modification. This third blog examines how lift-and-shift workloads can benefit from an improved security posture with […]

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Cost effectiveness

Optimizing a Lift-and-Shift for Cost Effectiveness and Ease of Management

Lift-and-shift is the process of migrating a workload from on premise to AWS with little or no modification. A lift-and-shift is a common route for enterprises to move to the cloud, and can be a transitionary state to a more cloud native approach. This is the second blog post in a three-part series which investigates […]

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performance

Optimizing a Lift-and-Shift for Performance

Many organizations begin their cloud journey with a lift-and-shift of applications from on-premise to AWS. This approach involves migrating software deployments with little, or no, modification. A lift-and-shift avoids a potentially expensive application rewrite but can result in a less optimal workload than a cloud native solution. For many organizations, a lift-and-shift is a transitional […]

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Stream Amazon CloudWatch Logs to a Centralized Account for Audit and Analysis

Note: This blog post was updated June 6, 2019. A key component of enterprise multi-account environments is logging. Centralized logging provides a single point of access to all salient logs generated across accounts and regions, and is critical for auditing, security and compliance. While some customers use the built-in ability to push Amazon CloudWatch Logs […]

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New: Application integration with AWS Cloud Map for service discovery

By: Alexandr Moroz, Sr. Product Manager, Amazon Route 53; Madhuri Peri, Sr. IoT Architect, AWS Professional Services; Aaron Molitor, Sr. Infrastructure Architect, AWS Professional Services; and Sarma Palli, Sr. DevOps Architect, AWS Professional Services AWS Cloud Map enables you to map your cloud. You can define friendly names for any resource, such as Amazon S3 […]

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AWS Storage Update: Amazon S3 & Amazon S3 Glacier Launch Announcements for Archival Workloads

By Matt Sidley, Senior Product Manager for S3 Customers have built archival workloads for several years using a combination of S3 storage classes, including S3 Standard, S3 Standard-Infrequent Access, and S3 Glacier. For example, many media companies are using the S3 Glacier storage class to store their core media archives. Most of this data is […]

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