Category: Technical How-to
In this blog post, Boris, Pramod, and Alex use Amazon Elastic MapReduce (Amazon EMR) to analyze historical market data provided by Refinitiv, part of LSEG, on AWS Data Exchange. We also show how AWS Data Exchange for Amazon S3 (Preview) and Amazon EMR enable us to eliminate undifferentiated heavy lifting and analyze terabytes of data cost-effectively by deploying Amazon EMR on Spot Instances.
In this post, Shiva, Muffadal, and I show you how to use the Cisco Edge Security Blueprint for AWS Control Tower Account Factory Customization. Using this solution, you can provision customized AWS accounts in AWS Control Tower that are enabled for network security inspection use cases with Cisco Secure Firewall Threat Defense Virtual (FTDv).
In this post, Ed and I show you how to automate CSS deployment using Account Factory Customization in your AWS Control Tower environment. Cloud Storage Security (CSS) helps you detect and prevent the spread of malware as well as locate and protect sensitive data with its antivirus and data classification offerings. CSS is an AWS Public Sector Partner and AWS Marketplace seller.
In this post, Swaminathan and I will show you how to find, subscribe to, and deploy AWS Marketplace add-ons from the Amazon EKS Console or using a CLI approach. Specifically, we’ll show how you can subscribe to and deploy Kubecost, a third-party cost optimization software, to your cluster as an Amazon EKS add-on.
In this post, Yuriy and I show how to use the changes to the CUDOS Dashboard in Amazon QuickSight to analyze your AWS Marketplace costs, gain insights, and spot trends.
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 blog post, I will show how data-driven organizations can easily integrate third-party data products procured via AWS Data Exchange into your data mesh using the new AWS Data Exchange for AWS Lake Formation feature.
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.
In this blog post, Jeff, Mike, and I will show you how to discover and use no-cost open data datasets on AWS Data Exchange. We will also show you how to enrich the open data with a paid dataset and how to import these datasets into Amazon SageMaker and do an analysis against them.