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Using AWS CloudTrail to propagate tags across related AWS resources - Part 1

Using AWS CloudTrail to propagate tags across related AWS resources – Part 1

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 […]

Use AWS Systems Manager Session Manager for port forwarding to Amazon ElastiCache for Redis inside a private subnet

Use AWS Systems Manager Session Manager for port forwarding to Amazon ElastiCache for Redis inside a private subnet

With the increasing adoption of the public cloud, customers must minimize the attack surface of their infrastructure. When it comes to optimizing the response time of read-intensive applications, data caching is one of the first steps to consider. Amazon ElastiCache for Redis is versatile in-memory storage that offers highly available, highly scalable, and extremely fast […]

Use AWS License Manager API operations to manage your Oracle licenses based on Oracle cloud policy

Use AWS License Manager API operations to manage your Oracle licenses based on Oracle cloud policy

Learn with Shree on how to use AWS License Manager API operations to manage your Oracle licenses (for databases running on Amazon RDS for Oracle, Amazon EC2 and on-premises servers) based on Oracle cloud policy. Additionally, learn how to use the built-in integration of License Manager API operations with AWS CloudTrail to prepare for vendor audit.

Standardizing Database Migrations with AWS Database Migration Service and AWS Service Catalog

Companies and organizations are moving data and technology infrastructure to AWS to modernize their applications and gain access to cloud services. The move results in lower costs, increased productivity, and reduced downtime. Some customers are migrating data to Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) to take advantage of AWS AI and ML services, while others […]

Four ways to retrieve any AWS service property using AWS CloudFormation (Part 3 of 3)

This post is the last in a series on how to build customizations using AWS CloudFormation. In part 1, we introduced you to cfn-response and crhelper and discussed the scenarios they are best suited for. In part 2, we addressed a coverage gap in our public roadmap and showed you how to build an AWS […]

Manage Control Tower life cycle actions intelligently using AWS Service Catalog, AWS Config, Amazon DynamoDB and AWS CloudFormation

As customers create and manage multi-account AWS environments, cloud administrators need to process where each account can apply configuration autonomously from a centralize configuration repository. Some of the customers I work with use AWS Control Tower to manage a multi account environment. Administrators use AWS Control Tower to create organization units for account grouping and […]

Distributed Tracing using AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry

More and more applications are being developed using serverless architectures with multiple microservices. Customers use managed AWS services including AWS Lambda, Amazon ECS and Amazon EKS running on Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (EC2) and AWS Fargate for running their code along with services like Amazon API Gateway, Amazon SNS, Amazon SQS, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon S3, and others. Developers use multiple […]

Instantly monitor serverless applications with AWS Resource Groups

Serverless computing allows you to build and run applications without thinking about servers. Building serverless applications means that your developers can focus on their core product instead of worrying about managing and operating servers. This reduced overhead lets developers reclaim time and energy that can be spent on developing great products that scale and are reliable. […]

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Tracking your Oracle licenses using AWS License Manager

Introduction Many of our customers are running Oracle databases in AWS. They have asked for help with managing their Oracle licenses. In response, AWS has released some new features to AWS License Manager to help customers manage their Oracle licenses running in AWS. AWS License Manager is a service that helps customers manage their software […]