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Category: Amazon EventBridge

Automate the sending of AWS Audit Manager assessment reports

Implementing compliance at scale is not an easy endeavor for customers as they move their workloads to the AWS cloud. Due to the challenges that are posed by cloud environments such as the more ephemeral nature of resources or the dynamic landscape of the cloud, automation is paramount to success. At an enterprise scale the […]

How to automate AWS Support API with Amazon EventBridge

The practice of Operational Integration defines how one organization’s people, processes, and tools integrate with the people, processes, and tools of another organization. When certain activities occur within one organization, it may trigger an automated or manual response in another. For example, it’s common for AWS customers to operationally integrate with AWS Support or AWS Managed Services whenever […]

Figure 3 Flight Controller deployment using CFCTv2

Flight Controller by Contino – A Solution built on AWS Control Tower

Today AWS customers are rapidly adopting the cloud and at a massive scale. To support this demand, customers must build a strong foundation based on AWS well-architected best practices. A well-architected landing zone is a key construct that lets you vend accounts, provision access, setup security guardrails, and build CI/CD pipelines. However, at scale, implicit […]

How Capgemini used AWS Systems Manager and other AWS services to provide cloud-native, self-service patch management and automation

This post was written in collaboration with David Wansell, an Enterprise Cloud Architect at Capgemini with over 20 years of experience across multiple enterprise domains. He designs and builds automation and solutions that enable customers to deliver on their desired outcomes in their cloud adoption journey. Customers need a way to do patch management in […]

Managing cross-Region reports for AWS Marketplace and AWS Service Catalog resources

Organizations have many business reasons to track resource usage across their AWS environments. For example, management and administrative teams want to track operation expenditure, license governance, and asset tracking for their AWS Marketplace solutions across Regions currently in use. A centralized reporting dashboard allows the teams to access this information quickly and efficiently. This post […]

Maintain compliance using Service Control Policies and ensure they are always applied

Many of our customers manage multiple AWS accounts in AWS Organizations and utilize Service Control Policies (SCPs) to centrally manage permissions in their organization. SCPs offer central control over the maximum available permissions for every account in your organization and can be applied to an account, organization units (OUs), or the organization as a whole […]

Manage AWS account alternate contacts with Terraform

Managing AWS billing, support and service team notifications, and potential security events are critical for customers to ensure security, cost optimization and operational monitoring for their AWS deployments. Alternate contacts allow us to contact another person about issues with your account at the right time, even if you’re unavailable. AWS will send you operational notifications such […]

How to validate AWS Service Catalog AppRegistry attribute groups schema and take remediation actions

Many customers define resource tagging strategy to manage their AWS resources to either being able to identify the resource owner or the cost center, or for any other purpose. Therefore, it’s important to have a mechanism to identify those resources that don’t have the essential resource tags. In AWS Service Catalog AppRegistry, attribute groups are […]

Update your Amazon CloudWatch dashboards automatically using Amazon EventBridge and AWS Lambda

Amazon CloudWatch lets customers collect monitoring and operational data in the form of logs, metrics, and alarms. This allows for easy visualization and notifications regarding their workload health. Amazon CloudWatch dashboards are customizable home pages in the CloudWatch console that you can use to monitor your resources in a single view, even those resources that […]

Visualize application costs using AWS Service Catalog AppRegistry and Amazon QuickSight

In a previous blog post, we discussed how AWS Service Catalog AppRegistry lets you create a repository of your applications and associated resources. Then, you can define and manage your application metadata. This lets you understand the context of your applications and resources across your environments. This post will demonstrate how to utilize your application […]