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Agilisium: Modernizing legacy data analytics platform with AWS

Agilisium: Modernizing legacy data analytics platform with AWS

This post was written by Ananth Mahadevan Muralidharan, Senior Architect at Agilisium Consulting, and Vignesh Selvam, Senior DevOps Engineer at Agilisium Consulting, in collaboration with Jignesh Suthar, Sr. Partner Solutions Architect at AWS. Recently, one of our (Agilisium) customers asked us to help them modernize their data analytics technology platform. They were running their data […]

Data Reply: Modernizing Legacy SQL Server Data Warehouses with AWS

For many organizations, data warehouses have traditionally resided in on-premises data centers. These organizations are now looking to free themselves from the limitations of on-premises data warehouses. Data Reply is a Reply group company, a Premier Amazon Web Services (AWS) Partner that offers a broad range of advanced analytics, AI/ML, and data processing services. Data […]

Analyze Active Directory Event logs using Amazon OpenSearch

Today, security and operation teams have to rely on security events from multiple Active Directory (AD) domain controllers for security analysis. Some key insights from the security analysis include changes to Windows Firewall, users or groups, Windows Registry, and failed login attempts etc. Centralizing these events from domain controllers and domain joined servers and computers […]

How Thermo Fisher Scientific integrated Microsoft Power Apps with data lake resources on AWS to enable automated self-service platform

This blog post explains how Thermo Fisher Scientific team integrated Microsoft Power Apps with data lake resources provisioned on Amazon S3. The post will also walk through the workflow devised to automate and enable the self-service platform for business users.

To get the most from open source software, run it where it works best

Given the incredibly rich open source ecosystem, many companies have decided to make open source software integral to how they build and run applications. Deciding to use open source software like MySQL or Apache Kafka, however, isn’t the same as effectively running it. As such, the current question isn’t whether to use open source software, but rather how […]