AWS Management & Governance Blog

Category: Compute

Leveraging AWS CloudFormation to create an immutable infrastructure at Nubank

Bruno Halley Schaefer, software engineer, Nubank Hugo Carvalho, senior solutions architect, AWS Marcelo Nunes, senior technical account manager, AWS Enterprise Support Team   Nubank, a Brazilian company that is one of the world’s largest independent digital banks, is innovatively transforming Latin America’s financial landscape by providing transparent, simple, and efficient services. The company fights complexity […]

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Introducing Amazon CloudWatch Container Insights for Amazon ECS

Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) lets you monitor resources using Amazon CloudWatch, a service that provides metrics for CPU and memory reservation and cluster and services utilization. In the past, you had to enable custom monitoring of services and tasks. Now, you can monitor, troubleshoot, and set alarms for all your Amazon ECS resources using […]

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Automating life-cycle management for ephemeral resources using AWS Service Catalog

Enterprises deploy AWS resources and services daily to support different business objectives. For example: A data scientist might like to create an EMR cluster for a job that should not take longer than one week. A sales engineer needs a demo environment for two days. A marketing application owner wants a marketing application to run […]

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Use Atlassian Opsgenie with AWS Systems Manager to run the EC2Rescue tool

On-call engineers are responsible for responding to alerts, troubleshooting high priority incidents, and taking action to remediate issues. Automation tools like AWS Systems Manager and Atlassian Opsgenie can help these engineers by reducing repetitive work and allowing them to focus on the most important tasks. In this blog post, Merve Bolat, Associate Product Manager at […]

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Tracking software licenses with AWS Service Catalog and AWS Step Functions

Enterprises have many business requirements for tracking how software product licenses are used in their organization for financial, governance, and compliance reasons. By tracking license usage, organizations can stay within budget, track expenditures, and avoid unplanned true-up bills from their vendors’ true-up processes. The goal is to track the usage licenses as resources are deployed. […]

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Automate account creation, and resource provisioning using AWS Service Catalog, AWS Organizations, and AWS Lambda

As an organization expands its use of AWS services, there is often a conversation about the need to create multiple AWS accounts to ensure separation of business processes or for security, compliance, and billing. Many of the customers we work with use separate AWS accounts for each business unit so they can meet the different […]

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Centralized multi-account and multi-Region patching with AWS Systems Manager Automation

AWS Systems Manager Automation now supports multi-account and multi-Region actions enabling you to centrally manage your AWS resources. This feature reduces the time and overhead needed for enterprise-wide configuration, operational actions, and compliance remediation. In this blog post, I show you how to use AWS Systems Manager Automation to patch your managed instances across multiple […]

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Monitor tag changes on AWS resources with serverless workflows and Amazon CloudWatch Events

Introduction Amazon CloudWatch Events now supports tag changes on AWS resources. Using this new CloudWatch Event type, you can build CloudWatch event rules to match tag changes and route them to one or more targets like an AWS Lambda function to trigger automated workflows. In this blog post, I’ll provide an example for using AWS […]

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Secure Serverless Development Using AWS Service Catalog

Serverless computing allows you to build and run applications and services without having to manage servers. AWS Service Catalog allows you to create and manage catalogs of services that are approved for use on AWS. Combining Serverless and Service Catalog together is a great way to safely allow developers to create products and services in […]

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Automating the discovery of unused AWS Lambda functions

In 2017 Kyle Somers explained how you can gain visibility into the execution of your AWS Lambda functions in his blog post announcing AWS CloudTrail data events for AWS Lambda. In my blog post, I’ll expand upon Kyle’s post to show you how you can combine CloudTrail data events for AWS Lambda with the power […]

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