Category: Amazon EC2
In this blog post, Alex, Pramod, and I will show how to install and use the infrastructure we built to perform quant research at scale. We made the stack and examples available in the public repository so you can use it in your own investment research. This solution uses Apache Spark, Amazon EMR on EKS, Docker, Karpenter, EMR Studio Notebooks, and AWS Data Exchange for Amazon S3.
In this post, I share a solution that provides an HTTPS-based drive mapping solution via Amazon S3 with Active Directory integration and folder permissions. You can use this solution to enable remote and mobile access to the same Amazon S3 bucket that is backing a local S3 File Gateway instance. The integration enables office-based employees to access files and folders through the local S3 File Gateway. Remote users can access files and folders as if it were still the same S3 File Gateway, with additional benefits for web and mobile features.
When customers are transitioning to the cloud, the network and security teams have a standard set of goals: build a secure, reliable, scalable network topology. They achieve these goals by creating multiple Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) instances across multiple AWS accounts to provide permissions boundaries and isolate workloads from each other. While robust, […]
Clustered databases provide high availability for the majority of mission-critical workloads in finance, telecom, retail, public sector, defense, and other industries. In these industries, even a small downtime translates into significant losses. As the industries migrate their IT infrastructures to AWS, one challenge they face is migrating Oracle RAC clustered databases. These databases are today […]
Accounts payable (AP) processing can be a time- and resource-intensive undertaking. Automating AP processing and eliminating or reducing the need for human intervention can increase your processing efficiency while reducing the processing cost per invoice. In this blog post, John, Pawan, and I will show you how to automate AP invoice processing in your AWS […]
Using AWS Private Marketplace to govern access to AWS Marketplace products in AWS GovCloud (US) Regions
Customers in AWS GovCloud (US) Regions often need to control subscriptions and manage access to products available in AWS Marketplace. AWS Private Marketplace enables organizations to build and manage catalogs of approved products in AWS Marketplace that comply with internal policies and requirements in terms of security and compliance. AWS Private Marketplace also provides centralized […]
AWS Marketplace is a digital catalog that enables qualified Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to market software solutions and makes it easy for AWS customers to find, buy, and deploy software on AWS. In this post, I will explain a use case where CloudFormation template is a better fit than a Single-AMI solution, and then I […]