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Figure 5: Resource Automation using Serverless Scheduler - A deeper look A deeper dive in to Part 2, resource allcoation.

Decoupled Serverless Scheduler To Run HPC Applications At Scale on EC2

This post is written by Ludvig Nordstrom and Mark Duffield | on November 27, 2019 In this blog post, we dive in to a cloud native approach for running HPC applications at scale on EC2 Spot Instances, using a decoupled serverless scheduler. This architecture is ideal for many workloads in the HPC and EDA industries, and […]

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Migrating Azure VM to AWS using AWS SMS Connector for Azure

AWS SMS is an agentless service that facilitates and expedites the migration of your existing workloads to AWS. The service enables you to automate, schedule, and monitor incremental replications of active server volumes, which facilitates large-scale server migration coordination. Recently, you could only migrate virtual machines (VMs) running in VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V environments. […]

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Optimizing deep learning on P3 and P3dn with EFA

This post is written by Rashika Kheria, Software Engineer, Purna Sanyal, Senior Solutions Architect, Strategic Account and James Jeun, Sr. Product Manager, and Amr Ragab The Amazon EC2 P3dn.24xlarge instance is the latest addition to the Amazon EC2 P3 instance family, with upgrades to several components. This high-end size of the P3 family allows users to […]

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Optimizing for cost, availability and throughput by selecting your AWS Batch allocation strategy

This post is contributed by Steve Kendrex, Senior Technical Product Manager, AWS Batch   Introduction   AWS offers a broad range of instances that are advantageous for batch workloads. The scale and provisioning speed of AWS’ compute instances allow you to get up and running at peak capacity in minutes without paying for downtime. Today, I’m […]

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Visualizing Sensor Data in Amazon QuickSight

This post is courtesy of Moheeb Zara, Developer Advocate, AWS Serverless The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term used wherever physical devices are networked in some meaningful connected way. Often, this takes the form of sensor data collection and analysis. As the number of devices and size of data scales, it can become costly […]

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Architecting multiple microservices behind a single domain with Amazon API Gateway

This post is courtesy of Roberto Iturralde, Solutions Architect. Today’s modern architectures are increasingly microservices-based, with separate engineering teams working independently on services with their own feature requirements and deployment pipelines. The benefits of this approach include increased agility and release velocity. Microservice architectures also come with some challenges, particularly when they make up parts […]

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Running AWS Infrastructure On Premises with AWS Outposts

We announced AWS Outposts at re:Invent last December and since then have seen immense customer interest. Customers have been asking for an AWS option on-premises to run applications with low latency and local data-processing requirements. AWS Outposts is a new service slated to launch in late 2019, that brings the same infrastructure, APIs, and tools […]

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Amazon MQ

Creating static custom domain endpoints with Amazon MQ to simplify broker modification and scaling

This post is courtesy of Wallace Printz, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS, and Christian Mueller, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS. Many cloud-native application architectures take advantage of the point-to-point and publish-subscribe (“pub-sub”) model of message-based communication between application components. This architecture is generally more resilient to failure because of the loose coupling and because message processing failures can be […]

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Simple Two-way Messaging using the Amazon SQS Temporary Queue Client

This post is contributed by Robin Salkeld, Sr. Software Development Engineer Amazon SQS is a fully managed message queuing service that makes it easy to decouple and scale microservices, distributed systems, and serverless applications. Asynchronous workflows have always been the primary use case for SQS. Using queues ensures one component can keep running smoothly without losing […]

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Step Functions

Configuring user creation workflows with AWS Step Functions and AWS Managed Microsoft AD logs

This post is contributed by Taka Matsumoto, Cloud Support Engineer AWS Directory Service lets you run Microsoft Active Directory as a managed service. Directory Service for Microsoft Active Directory, also referred to as AWS Managed Microsoft AD, is powered by Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2. It manages users and makes it easy to integrate with compatible AWS services […]

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