Category: Monitoring and observability
In this post, I show how to use AWS Marketplace Vendor Insights to access security profiles associated with vendor products listed in AWS Marketplace. The AWS Marketplace Vendor Insights dashboard presents compliance artifacts and security control information for software products to help buyers complete their vendor risk assessment.
Deploy Datadog’s AWS Integration into new accounts using AWS Control Tower Account Factory Customization
In this post, Ryan and I show you how to deploy Datadog’s AWS integration for monitoring your accounts with AWS Control Tower using a predefined Datadog AWS Integration blueprint. With Account Factory Customization, you can quickly configure your accounts to meet your business needs.
In this post, Kam, Michelle, and I show you how to deploy the Cribl Stream observability Partner Solution into a new AWS account as part of the provisioning process using Account Factory Customization. Account Factory Customization enables you to create custom accounts natively in AWS Control Tower, define custom resources and configurations, and reduce account maintenance overhead.
Testing new code releases can be time-consuming, which makes it hard for teams to focus on innovation and the next build. Autonomous cloud platform solutions such as Sedai can help manage your code deployments so that you can focus on what’s next instead of what’s already been done. Sedai Release Intelligence provides real-time insight on […]
Having a multi-account strategy is a best practice to achieve higher isolation of resources. It also helps to 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 and also enables governance across your AWS accounts. Many […]
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 […]
AWS recommends that customers adopt a multi-account strategy as a best practice to achieve higher isolation of resources and help meet security, regulatory, and compliance needs. Customers must address questions around tracking their operational cost, identify security improvements, and ensure reliability and performance efficiency. Full-stack observability offers the troubleshooting tools needed, regardless of where problems […]
This blog post was written by Kanishk Mahajan, ISV Solutions Architecture Lead at AWS and guest author Maya Neelakandhan, Head of Customer Success at CloudKnox. Introduction Permissions management in AWS empowers security and cloud infrastructure teams to protect your cloud resources from misuse of identity permissions. Cloud security requires continuous enforcement of least-privilege policies across […]