AWS Architecture Blog

Top 5: Featured Architecture Content for September

The AWS Architecture Center provides new and notable reference architecture diagrams, vetted architecture solutions, AWS Well-Architected best practices, whitepapers, and more. This blog post features some of our best picks from the new and newly updated content we released in the past month.

1. AWS Best Practices for DDoS Resiliency

Prioritizing the availability and responsiveness of your application helps you maintain customer trust. That’s why it’s crucial to protect your business from the impact of distributed denial of service (DDoS) and other cyberattacks. This whitepaper provides you prescriptive guidance to improve the resiliency of your applications and best practices for how to manage different attack types.

2. Predictive Modeling for Automotive Retail

Automotive retailers use data to better understand how their incentives are helping to sell cars. This new reference architecture diagram shows you how to design a modeling system that provides granular return on investment (ROI) predictions for automotive sales incentives.

3. AWS Graviton Performance Testing – Tips for Independent Software Vendors

If you’re deciding whether to phase in AWS Graviton processors for your workload, this whitepaper covers best practices and common pitfalls for defining test approaches to evaluate Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance performance and how to set success factors and compare different test methods and their implementation.

4. Text Analysis with Amazon OpenSearch Service and Amazon Comprehend

This AWS Solutions Implementation was recently updated with new guidance related to Amazon OpenSearch Service, the successor to Amazon OpenSearch Service. Learn how Amazon OpenSearch Service and Amazon Comprehend work together to deploy a cost-effective, end-to-end solution to extract meaningful insights from unstructured text-based data such as customer calls, support tickets, and online customer feedback.

5. Back to Basics: Hosting a Static Website on AWS

In this episode of Back to Basics, join SA Readiness Specialist Even Zhang as he breaks down the AWS services you can use to host and scale your static website without a single server. You’ll also learn how to use additional functionalities to enhance your observability and security posture or run A/B tests.

 CloudFront Edge Locations and Caches from Back to Basics video

Figure 1. CloudFront Edge Locations and Caches from Back to Basics video

Other posts in this series

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.