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Top 5: Architecture Content for May

With Architecture Center content being published nearly every day, sometimes more than two or three times a day, we know it can be hard to fit it all into your busy schedule. So, this month, we’ve rounded up our most popular and highly rated content to provide you with a quick rundown.

5. Architecture Center: Reference Architecture Diagrams

This all-new page links you to all visual diagrams made within AWS. An easy way to communicate to customers, reference architecture diagrams are a simple and compelling visual representation of how different AWS services work together to build an application.

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4. Whitepaper: Amazon Web Services: Risk and Compliance

In this whitepaper, you will discover the mechanisms that AWS has implemented to manage risk on the AWS side of the shared responsibility model. The whitepaper also provides tools that can be used to confirm that these mechanisms are being implemented effectively. Through our shared responsibility model, we manage risk effectively and efficiently in the IT environment and ensure effective risk management through our compliance with established, widely recognized frameworks and programs.

3. Architecture Center: Architecture Best Practices for Cost Optimization

In this library, you can find Well-Architected best practices, whitepapers, and blogs that will teach you how to apply cost optimization principles when designing, configuring, and maintaining workloads in AWS Cloud environments.

2. Whitepaper: Navigating GDPR Compliance on AWS

Learn about navigating General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in the cloud in this whitepaper. Topics include adherence to IT security standards, the AWS Cloud Computing Compliance Controls Catalog (C5) attestation, data access controls, monitoring and logging tools, encryption, and more.

1. This is My Architecture: Orangetheory Fitness: Taking a Data-Driven Approach to Improving Health and Wellness

In this special edition of This is My Architecture, builder Liz Dennett explores how Orangetheory Fitness has been able to scale workouts and signature Internet of Things (IoT) hardware to create customized metrics to inspire and empower members. Learn how they have evolved their architecture and hardware to stream millions of data points from Internet of Things (IoT) devices while supporting unique needs of global members through Amazon Kinesis, Amazon DynamoDB, AWS Lambda, and more.

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Elyse Lopez

Elyse Lopez

Elyse has worked in content creation and program management with Amazon since 2016. She loves to hike and spend time with her dog, Finn.