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Architecture Monthly Magazine: AWS Solutions

For October’s issue of AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine, we decided to do a deep dive into the AWS Solutions Library, a virtual treasure trove of cloud-based solutions for dozens of technical and business problems. Whether you want to combine pre-built, well-architected multi-service patterns to create your own solution, deploy vetted architecture directly into your AWS […]

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New Whitepaper: Selecting & Designing Your Hybrid Connectivity Model

Introduction Many organizations need to connect their on-premises data centers, remote sites, and the cloud. A hybrid network connects these different environments. A modern organization uses an extensive array of IT resources. In the past, it was common to host these resources in an on-premises data center or a colocation facility. With the increased adoption […]

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Why Deployment Requirements are Important When Making Architectural Choices

Introduction Too often, architects fall into the trap of thinking the architecture of an application is restricted to just the runtime part of the architecture. By doing this we focus on only a single customer (such as the application’s users and how they interact with the system) and we forget about other important customers like […]

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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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AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine: Robotics

September’s issue of AWS Architecture Monthly issue is all about robotics. Discover why iRobot, the creator of your favorite (though maybe not your pet’s favorite) little robot vacuum, decided to move its mission-critical platform to the serverless architecture of AWS. Learn how and why you sometimes need to test in a virtual environment instead of […]

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AWS Architecture Center: Your One-Stop Destination for Guidance & Resources

Discovering relevant architecture-related content has been simplified and made easier with the newly updated and expanded AWS Architecture Center. Now you can browse, search, and even request reference architectures, architecture patterns, best practices, and prescriptive guidance all in one location. The revamped Architecture Center is the only place where you can browse recommended guidance by […]

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Dream11: Scaling a Fantasy Sports Platform with 5M Daily Active Users

Founded in 2008, Dream11 is India’s leading sports-tech startup with a growing base of more than 45 million users playing multiple sports such as fantasy cricket, football, kabaddi, and basketball. Dream11 uses Amazon Aurora with Amazon ElastiCache to serve 1 million concurrent users within 50ms response time, serving at an average 3 million requests per […]

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Field Notes: Integrating a Multi-Forest Source Environment with AWS SSO

During re:Invent 2019, AWS announced a new way to integrate external identity sources such as Azure Active Directory with auto provisioning of identities and groups in AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO). In March 2020, AWS SSO afforded customers the possibility to connect their Okta Identity Cloud to AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) in order to manage […]

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Fundbox: Simplifying Ways to Query and Analyze Data by Different Personas

Fundbox is a leading technology platform focused on disrupting the $21 trillion B2B commerce market by building the world’s first B2B payment and credit network. With Fundbox, sellers of all sizes can quickly increase average order volumes (AOV) and improve close rates by offering more competitive net terms and payment plans to their SMB buyers. […]

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AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine: Agriculture

In this month’s issue of AWS Architecture Monthly, Worldwide Tech Lead for Agriculture, Karen Hildebrand (who’s also a fourth generation farmer) refers to agriculture as “the connective tissue our world needs to survive.” As our expert for August’s Agriculture issue, she also talks about what role cloud will play in future development efforts in this […]

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