Category: Amazon RDS
In this post, Brian, Snehanshu, and I’ll show you how to mask healthcare data for regulatory compliance using Amazon HealthLake and DataMasque.
In this post, Juston and I will show you how to make an automated data access report using the DataSunrise application for Aurora PostgreSQL-Compatible Edition.
Application code changes often depend on database schema changes. Developers rely on database administrators (DBAs) to perform database code deployments. When the number of databases and releases is small, this solution works well. As organizations move to the cloud, the number of different databases increases, both in type and usage. Along with the increase in […]
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 […]
Having a multi account strategy is a best practice for achieving higher isolation of resources in AWS. It helps you meet regulatory and compliance needs, track operational costs, and add an extra layer of security. AWS Control Tower uses AWS best practices to establish a well-architected, multi-account baseline across your AWS accounts. For more information […]
This post describes winning solutions from the AWS Marketplace Machine Learning Challenge hackathon. Other winners created solutions using machine learning to automate tasks and increase personalization and to support healthcare during a pandemic. The AWS Marketplace Developer Challenge: ML-Powered Solutions hackathon was hosted by the AWS Marketplace Machine Learning (ML) team earlier this year. A […]