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You can now analyze AWS Marketplace AMI software spend using cost allocation tags

Starting November 2019, Amazon Machine Images (AMI) deployed on AWS Marketplace will inherit tags from their corresponding Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances. This update provides greater spend management visibility into your AWS Marketplace software costs. Additionally, it will not impact your billing process or invoiced amount. You can use tags to categorize, allocate, […]

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Your guide to AWS Marketplace sessions at AWS re:Invent 2019

Updated 11/13/19 and 11/20/19 with new and revised sessions AWS re:Invent 2019 is almost here, and reserved seating is now live! You can reserve seating for re:Invent activities such as breakout sessions, workshops, chalk talks, builder sessions, hacks, spotlight labs, and more by logging in to the event catalog using your re:Invent registration credentials. Build […]

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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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Training a machine learning model to automate expense reporting

This is a guest post by Dale Brown, VP of Business Development, Figure Eight Before you can build a successful machine learning (ML) algorithm that works in the real world, you must ensure that your data is appropriately annotated by human annotators. Creating accurate training data helps ensure better accuracy when you launch your ML […]

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Configuring Barracuda CloudGen WAF on your Virtual Private Cloud

  Installing a web application firewall (WAF) in your virtual private cloud (VPC) protects your applications against sophisticated threats. Possible threats include Structure Query Language (SQL) injection, cross-site scripting (XSS), malware uploads, and application Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks. Installing a WAF can improve overall application performance while mitigating risks. Most WAFs include built-in […]

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How to install a self-serve data lake using TCS Connected Intelligence Data Lake

by guest author James Carden, Solution Architect, TCS The TCS Connected Intelligence Data Lake for Business (CIDL) is a self-serve data lake platform that helps business and IT teams turn raw data into insights. In this blog post, I will describe the steps to subscribe to, install, and test CIDL. Prerequisites Log in to your […]

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Controlling access to a well-architected Private Marketplace using IAM and AWS Organizations

At re:Invent 2018, AWS announced Private Marketplace, a feature that helps customers govern third-party software procurement from AWS Marketplace. In this post, I share some best practices that help you follow the principle of least privilege and implement access control using IAM and service control policies (SCPs) in AWS Organizations to set up a well-architected […]

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Creating endpoint security policies with CrowdStrike’s Falcon Endpoint Protection

The term “endpoints” usually refers to user devices, such as laptops and servers. Cloud-based endpoints, however, include more than just the device: databases, instances, services, and applications. As endpoints have changed, endpoint security has expanded from a simple antivirus solution to an integrated set of advanced visibility and security features. Endpoint security solutions now offer […]

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Creating web access control lists using Fortinet Managed Rules set from AWS Marketplace

Firewalls provide a security layer by giving you control over which traffic you allow to access your web applications. Web Appliction Firewalls such as AWS Web Application Firewall (AWS WAF) do this by allowing you to customize web security rules to define which traffic can access your applications and which traffic should be blocked. While […]

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Automating Know Your Customer workflow using a ready-to-use model package from AWS Marketplace for Machine Learning

by Nhat (Jeff) Hoang, VP of Product Design, GTRIIP and John-Michael Floyd, Business Development Manager, AWS Marketplace AWS Marketplace for Machine Learning makes it easy for AWS customers to automate business decisions with hundreds of curated, performance-optimized machine learning algorithms and model packages. You can discover machine learning solutions from over 50 categories serving industries […]

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