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Category: AWS Lambda

Using AWS Service Catalog and the AWS Service Management Connector for ServiceNow to deliver infrastructure in AMS-governed environments

AWS Managed Services (AMS) operates AWS on your behalf, providing a secure and compliant , a proven enterprise operating model, ongoing cost optimization, and day-to-day infrastructure management. AMS provides a secure and efficient means to make controlled changes to your infrastructure to ensure compliance. Changes are approved and automated through its approval engine. You can […]

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Deep Dive on AWS CloudFormation Macros to transform your templates

AWS CloudFormation macros add custom operations to your templates, including iterations, string manipulations, and math operations. Macros allow these language extensions without sacrificing the declarative benefits enjoyed by our customers, whether they are novice developers or experienced system admins. CloudFormation macros are ideal for system administrators and developers who benefit from the additional logic to […]

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Use AWS CloudFormation Macros to create multiple resources from a single resource definition

AWS CloudFormation macros are used for the custom processing of your template. They use the features of imperative programming, which are not natively available while writing CloudFormation templates. In this blog post, I show you how to create and deploy a CloudFormation macro that provisions identical resources iteratively and uses a unique resource property to […]

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Use AWS Lambda and Amazon QuickSight to Build a Dashboard for AWS Health Events in Organizational View

Centralized DevOps teams responsible for the operation of Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources across an organization want to have a consistent approach for receiving and visualizing notifications for AWS Health events. It’s challenging and time-consuming to collect this data from individual accounts through email notifications, by managing separate event data, or even by manually clicking […]

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Discover application issues and get notifications with AWS X-Ray Insights

Today, AWS X-Ray is pleased to announce the general availability of Insights, a feature that helps you proactively detect performance issues in your applications. AWS X-Ray helps developers and DevOps engineers analyze and debug production environments and distributed applications, such as those built using a microservices architecture. Using anomaly detection, X-Ray Insights determines if the […]

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Migrating to Amazon API Gateway: A Datalex success story

Datalex is an industry leader of omni-channel retail solutions for airlines around the world. The Datalex product portfolio supports end-to-end retail capabilities that include pricing, shopping, and order management. This year, Datalex’s multi-year deal with their API provider was up for renewal. As part of a best practice review, they considered other options. When the […]

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How to aggregate and visualize AWS Health events using AWS Organizations and Amazon Elasticsearch Service

In this post, I show you how to aggregate AWS Health events centrally from all accounts in your organization using AWS Organizations, AWS Lambda, and AWS Health API, and then build automation to ingest and visualize the operations data using Amazon Elasticsearch Service. As your organization grows, the number of operational emails and AWS Personal […]

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Build a scheduler as a service with Amazon CloudWatch Events, Amazon EventBridge, and AWS Lambda

There are multiple ways to build a scheduler as a service in AWS. In this blog post, we provide step-by-step instructions for building a scheduler as a service with Amazon CloudWatch Events and Amazon EventBridge with AWS Lambda. We also demonstrate how to build a dynamic API scheduler using EventBridge and Lambda. CloudWatch Events deliver […]

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Using AWS Launch Wizard, AWS Marketplace, and AWS Service Management Connector for ServiceNow to deploy SAP HANA based applications on AWS

More than 5,000 of our customers run SAP on AWS and more than half of them have deployed SAP HANA-based solutions on AWS. Since 2008, when SAP became an AWS customer, customers have been bringing their SAP landscapes to AWS and using it as their platform for innovation. AWS Launch Wizard helps customers to deploy […]

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