Category: Amazon API Gateway
In this blog post, I will show how data-driven organizations can easily integrate third-party data products procured via AWS Data Exchange into your data mesh using the new AWS Data Exchange for AWS Lake Formation feature.
As data becomes ubiquitous and data environments grow more complex, my customers ask for scalable solutions for managing their data flows. Accessing data from different vendors and data sources can be complicated, and transformations and checkpoints require the expertise of data engineers. Custom in-house solutions present a cost in both development and management time. Businesses […]
AWS Data Exchange recently released support for API-based datasets, a new feature that enables customers to find, subscribe to, and use third-party API products from providers on AWS Data Exchange. With AWS Data Exchange for APIs, customers can use AWS-native authentication and governance, explore consistent API documentation and use supported AWS Software Development Kits (SDKs) […]
Introduction Packet capture plays a vital role in forensic investigation, incident response, and threat hunting. By integrating with Amazon VPC Traffic Mirroring, ExtraHop Packet Basics (EPB) provides incident responders and forensic investigators with copies of network packets as soon as they are deployed in an AWS environment. In this post, Daniel and I will show […]
API observability, which consists of logging, monitoring, and tracing, is a form of direct observation of a system and requires an agent or SDK to passively log API traffic. This data collection can be done within the application or at different points, such as with an API gateway. API observability can provide your business and […]
This post describes winning solutions from the AWS Marketplace Machine Learning Challenge hackathon. Other winners created solutions using machine learning to stay connected and to automate tasks and increase personalization. Introduction The AWS Marketplace Machine Learning (ML) team recently hosted a ML hackathon on The DevPost Platform, AWS Marketplace Developer Challenge: ML-Powered Solutions. A hackathon […]
Firewalls provide a security layer by giving you control over which traffic you allow to access your web applications. Web Appliction Firewalls such as AWS Web Application Firewall (AWS WAF) do this by allowing you to customize web security rules to define which traffic can access your applications and which traffic should be blocked. While […]