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Splunk and AWS Control Tower

Monitoring resources in an AWS Control Tower environment using Splunk from AWS Marketplace

As a customer, you deploy workloads on the AWS Cloud, and you often build multi-account environments based on AWS Multi Account Strategy best practices. Many of my customers use AWS Control Tower as an orchestration framework to provision new accounts. AWS Control Tower provides a way to set up and govern a new, secure, multi-account […]

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AWS Control Tower with Aviatrix

Automate your network setup in AWS Control Tower using Aviatrix

AWS services support customer needs across various business functions and initiatives. To support this growth, customers are using AWS Control Tower to set up their multi-account environments in a fast and secure way. Customers must also build a framework that enables the network topology to be scalable as they grow their infrastructure footprint on the […]

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log analysis with logz.io

Log analysis with AWS Control Tower and Logz.io

As businesses grow, the recommended approach in AWS is to move from one account to a multi-account environment. Using an AWS account as the isolation boundary, the multi-account approach enables customers to have the flexibility to isolate resources. You might select this option to separate applications that have different security requirements or manage service limits. […]

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Sumo Logic AWS Marketplace AWS Control Tower dashboard

Enhance AWS Control Tower multi-account observability with Sumo Logic

When running large scale applications and workloads in the cloud, customers need a streamlined visibility across their environment especially when these workloads are distributed among separate AWS accounts for regulatory, compliance, security, or cost tracking reasons. AWS Control Tower simplifies and automates the account provisioning while maintaining a consistent baseline configuration with prescriptive blueprints and […]

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Enhancing workload security using Trend Micro from AWS Marketplace in AWS Control Tower environment

Customers at all levels of cloud consumption are using AWS Control Tower to set up a new baseline multi-account AWS environment that is secure, well-architected, and ready to use. Automation and centralized management across an AWS environment help organizations to streamline their operations. Kishore, Devi, and I have heard from customers that they would like […]

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Solutions integrated with AWS Control Tower are now available in AWS Marketplace

AWS Marketplace now offers a new category of solutions to help you integrate third-party software with AWS Control Tower. AWS Control Tower provides a way to set up and govern a new, secure, multi-account AWS environment. It is based on best practices established through the experience working with thousands of enterprises as they move to […]

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Build a golden AMI pipeline with Tenable.io available in AWS Marketplace

On December 1, 2019, AWS released EC2 Image Builder, which simplifies the creation, maintenance, validation, sharing, and deployment of Linux or Windows Server images. We now recommend AWS customers use EC2 Image Builder to manage your golden images. You can use the scripts provided in this blog post to create a golden AMI pipeline with […]

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Creating a curated digital catalog of AWS Marketplace products in a secured multi-account environment

The enterprise customers I work with use AWS Control Tower to set up and govern their secure multi-account AWS environments. They want to enable their technology users to find, buy, and immediately start using software from AWS Marketplace to run on their environments. At the same time, they also want to restrict AWS Marketplace purchases […]

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Automate AWS account provisioning and server migration using AWS Service Catalog and CloudEndure from AWS Marketplace

If you’re involved in a migration project for your company that is moving to the AWS Cloud, you’ll likely go through a variety of stages, such as migration preparation, portfolio discovery, planning, and design. In most cases, the rubber hits the road after these stages, and you begin migrating your physical, virtual, or cloud-based infrastructur­­­­­e […]

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