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data warehouse concept

Automate Snowflake integration with Amazon S3 using AWS Service Catalog

Snowflake is a data warehouse built for the cloud. It provides enterprises with a cost-effective combination of the power of data warehousing, the flexibility of big data platforms, and the elasticity of the cloud. Snowflake is a member of the AWS Partner Network (APN), and is available in AWS Marketplace. Snowflake can help you bring […]

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lambda timeout concept

Using Lumigo to debug AWS Lambda timeouts

Most AWS Lambda functions don’t perform CPU-intensive tasks that take a long time to complete. However, they often have to perform multiple input/output (I/O) operations in a single invocation. An invocation occurs when your application invokes a Lambda function. For example, they fetch data from an Amazon DynamoDB table, talk to third-party APIs such as […]

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Best practices guide to successfully list your SaaS contract solution in AWS Marketplace

AWS Marketplace is a curated digital catalog that makes it easy for customers to find, test, buy, and deploy third-party software, data products, and services that customers need to build solutions and run their businesses. In this post, I aim to help you create a SaaS contract product in AWS Marketplace. I will take the […]

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Automate ingesting updates from third-party data providers with AWS Data Exchange

Automate ingesting updates from third-party data providers with AWS Data Exchange

As companies consume third-party data to help make business decisions, managing updates of that data can become complex and time-consuming. Auto-export, a recently released feature from AWS Data Exchange, makes data ingestion faster and easier for AWS customers. In this blog post, we will show you how to configure auto-export in AWS Data Exchange to […]

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PO management

Using Purchase Order Management for AWS Marketplace SaaS contracts to simplify software procurement

Many AWS customers use Purchase Orders (POs) to procure products and services as well as approve invoices for payment as part of their procure-to-pay process. POs are often used to document the details of goods and services being purchased, including products, prices, and quantities. They can also assist buyers with invoice matching and processing interdepartmental […]

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CI CD pipeline build container images AWS Marketplace

Building containers images for AWS Marketplace containers-based product with AWS CodePipeline

AWS Marketplace simplifies the way customers find, subscribe, and deploy software that runs on AWS. At Re:invent 2018, AWS Marketplace for Containers was launched for customers to discover and buy container products in AWS Marketplace. The product selection spans categories such as high-performance computing, security, and developer tools. In December 2020, AWS Marketplace announced an […]

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AWS Marketplace China SaaS feature update with tips on how to architect your SaaS subscriptions

AWS Marketplace has announced that software-as-a-service (SaaS) subscriptions are available in AWS Marketplace China. All SaaS products in AWS Marketplace China will be sold by Ningxia Western Cloud Data Technology Co., Ltd. (NWCD), which is the service operator and provider for AWS China (Ningxia) Region, and also operates AWS Marketplace China. NWCD will appear as […]

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How CloudQuant predicts macroeconomic factors early using Prosper and AWS Data Exchange

How CloudQuant predicts macroeconomic factors early using Prosper and AWS Data Exchange

Industry Challenge Hedge funds and equity investors are continuously seeking to create alpha in their portfolios to improve investor returns and minimize risk. Alpha (α) is a term used in investing to describe an investment strategy’s ability to outperform overall market, or its “edge.” To meet this need, “Alternative Data,” data not gathered from traditional […]

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Automate multi account observability in AWS using Cribl and AWS Control Tower

Automate multi account observability in AWS using Cribl and AWS Control Tower

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 […]

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ETL Architecture

Preparing your third-party data from AWS Data Exchange with AWS Glue DataBrew

Companies are accelerating their use of third-party data to enhance their decision-making and deliver more value to their customers. Often you need to cleanse and transform the third-party data before you can join it to internal data and generate insights. This step requires you to write code or SQL. Your organization may have data analysts […]

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