Category: AWS CloudFormation
In this post, I show how to use InfinStor MLflow with Amazon SageMaker Studio to experiment, collaborate, train, and run inferences using this ML platform. With this solution, you do not need to write special code for experiment tracking or model management. You can also share experiments and models with authorized colleagues. SageMaker Studio provides the Notebook and remote IPython kernel portion of the solution, and InfinStor MLflow provides the experiment tracking and model management.
In this post, Mark and I will show you how to use Logz.io to build a centralized observability strategy to enhance visibility into your AWS environment and increase your security posture.
Migrating to the cloud has enabled many organizations to reduce costs, innovate faster, and deliver business results more effectively. However, as businesses expand their cloud infrastructure, they must adopt robust monitoring strategies to keep an eye on operations, performance, reliability, security, and costs in their expanded environment. Having a multi-account strategy is a best practice […]
AWS Marketplace gives sellers the option to list to list AMI-based product with AWS CloudFormation templates. Sellers, as Consulting Partners (CP) and Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), use the templates to define a cluster or distributed architecture for the product. Customers then deploy the solution by using CloudFormation templates, saving time and avoiding errors in the process. In this post, I’ll provide you with the CloudFormation template requirements for listing AMI-based products with CloudFormation templates in AWS Marketplace.
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, […]
With enterprises scaling up their AWS workloads across hundreds if not thousands of AWS accounts, customers have expressed the need to simplify data protection as they scale. Customers can use Druva to centrally manage, monitor, and secure backups across multi-account AWS environments and achieve an enhanced, organization-level view of data protection across their AWS services. […]
Managing security across multiple cloud accounts can be complicated and error-prone if you’re taking a manual, piecemeal approach. As you scale, misconfigurations and missed accounts and services can leave you exposed. Automation can help you maintain speed and agility for DevOps and security teams. To quickly onboard and manage security for multiple accounts in AWS, […]
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 […]
Automating distribution of AWS Marketplace entitlements with AWS Private Marketplace and AWS Service Catalog
AWS Marketplace admins are responsible for managing AWS Marketplace approved products using AWS Private Marketplace and distributing entitlement to products using AWS License Manager. The challenge is managing AWS Marketplace products subscriptions and entitlements with minimal operational overhead as the number of participating AWS Organizations child accounts grow. In a multi-account AWS environment, AWS Marketplace […]
During the cloud journey, some of my customers must create identity principals, such as roles or users. Engineers or services use these roles to perform their jobs in the cloud. To support this effort, Sonrai Security has developed an integration with AWS Control Tower. This integration enables you to see all of the security policies […]