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Category: Artificial Intelligence

Simplify analysis of AWS CloudTrail data leveraging Amazon CloudWatch machine learning and advanced capabilities

AWS CloudTrail tracks user and API activities across AWS environments for governance and auditing purposes and allows customers to centralize a record of these activities. Customers have the option to send AWS CloudTrail logs to Amazon CloudWatch that simplifies and streamlines the analysis and monitoring of AWS CloudTrail recorded activities. Amazon CloudWatch anomaly detection allows […]

How to Automate Incident Response with PagerDuty and AWS Systems Manager Incident Manager

Incident response is a core operations capability for organizations to develop, and a core element in the AWS Cloud Adoption Framework (AWS CAF). Responding to operations incidents quickly is important to minimize their impacts. Automating incident response helps you scale your capabilities, rapidly reduce the recovery time, and reduce repetitive work by your cloud operations teams. […]

Automate AIOps for your microservices in AWS using Amazon DevOps Guru and AWS Systems Manager Incident Manager

Artificial intelligence operations (AIOps) is the process of using machine learning techniques to solve operational problems. The goal of AIOps is to reduce human intervention in IT operations processes. By using advanced machine learning techniques, you can reduce operational incidents and increase service quality, and AIOps can help you predict incidents before they happen. Amazon […]

Create speech-enabled products using AWS Service Catalog and Amazon Polly

In this post, we’ll show how enterprises can use AWS Service Catalog to create AWS Service Catalog products based on AWS machine learning (ML) services, such as Amazon Polly and Amazon Rekognition. These products are packaged in AWS Service Catalog portfolios that customers can use for their use cases. These portfolios can generate revenue for […]

Using AWS CloudTrail to propagate tags across related AWS resources - Part 2

Using AWS CloudTrail to propagate tags across related AWS resources – Part 2

AWS allows customers to assign metadata to their AWS resources in the form of tags. Each tag consists of a customer-defined key and an optional value. Tags can make it easier to manage, search for, and filter resources by purpose, owner, environment, or other criteria. AWS tags can be used for many purposes like organizing […]

Setting up secure, well-governed machine learning environments on AWS.

Setting up secure, well-governed machine learning environments on AWS

When customers begin their machine learning (ML) journey, it’s common for individual teams in a line of business (LoB) to set up their own ML environments. This provides teams with flexibility in their tooling choices, so they can move fast to meet business objectives. However, a key difference between ML projects and other IT projects is […]

Build and deploy a serverless app

Building and deploying a serverless app using AWS Serverless Application Model and AWS CloudFormation

Customers are constantly looking to innovate in order to remain competitive in their respective markets. One way to achieving such competitiveness is through the ability to build services and applications fast and cost effectively, thereby reducing time to market while driving down costs. One of the feedback we regularly get from customers is that, applications […]

How managed service providers can use AWS Control Tower to provide services

How managed service providers can use AWS Control Tower to provide services

AWS Control Tower is a managed AWS service that automates the creation of a multi-account AWS environment based upon the AWS Well-Architected Framework. It builds the environment using AWS best practices for security and management services. In this blog post, we’ll show how a managed service provider can use AWS Control Tower and AWS Service […]

Building secure Amazon SageMaker access URLs with AWS Service Catalog

Many customers need a secure method to access Amazon SageMaker notebooks within their private network without logging in to the AWS console, or using the AWS CLI/SDKs. This may be desired for enhanced security or to provide an easier self-service path for data scientists. In this blog post, we show you a how to connect […]

Amazon DevOps Guru sends insights to Amazon SNS and Amazon SNS forwards the insights to PagerDuty

Deliver ML-powered operational insights to your on-call teams via PagerDuty with Amazon DevOps Guru

Amazon DevOps Guru, now in preview, is an ML-powered cloud operations service that assists you in improving application availability. It’s easy to set up and use, and leverages machine learning models informed by years of operational expertise in building, scaling, and maintaining highly available applications at DevOps Guru continuously analyzes streams of disparate data […]