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Best practices: AWS Outposts in a multi-account AWS environment: Part 2

This post is written by Karl Schween, Principal Solutions Architect at AWS. This post is part two of two part series ‘Sharing AWS Outposts in a multi account AWS environment’ providing you guidance and considerations for sharing AWS Outposts and Amazon S3 on Outposts in a multiple AWS Account environment. AWS Outposts is a fully […]

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Best practices: AWS Outposts in a multi-account AWS environment: Part 1

This post is written by Karl Schween, Principal Solutions Architect at AWS. This post is part one of two part series ‘Sharing AWS Outposts in a multi account AWS environment’ providing you guidance and considerations for sharing AWS Outposts and Amazon S3 on Outposts in a multiple AWS Account environment. AWS Outposts is a fully […]

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AWS offerings available to support your cloud migration

With over a million active customers, AWS has experience helping organizations of all sizes migrate workloads to the cloud. A common theme is that selecting the right tools is crucial for reducing risk and enabling a reliable migration. In this blog post, I will select some of the most popular AWS migration tools and outline […]

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Introducing Amazon EKS Observability Accelerator

Observability is critical for any application and understanding system behavior and performance. It takes time and effort to detect and remediate performance slowdowns or disruptions. Customers often spend much time writing configuration files and work quite to achieve end-to-end monitoring for applications. Infrastructure as Code (IaC) tools, such as AWS CloudFormation, Terraform, and Ansible, reduce manual efforts by […]

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Proactive autoscaling of Kubernetes workloads with KEDA and Amazon CloudWatch

Container Orchestration platforms, such as Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), have simplified the process of building, securing, operating, and maintaining container-based applications. Therefore, they have helped organizations focus on building applications. Customers have started adopting event-driven deployment, allowing Kubernetes deployments to scale automatically in response to metrics from various sources dynamically. By implementing event-driven […]

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Monitor Istio on EKS using Amazon Managed Prometheus and Amazon Managed Grafana

Service Meshes are an integral part of the Kubernetes environment that enables secure, reliable, and observable communication. Istio is an open-source service mesh that provides advanced network features without requiring any changes to the application code. These capabilities include service-to-service authentication, monitoring, and more. Istio generates detailed telemetry for all service communications within a mesh. This telemetry […]

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Introducing vended metrics for Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus

Today, I’m happy to announce that Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus now vends usage metrics to Amazon CloudWatch. These metrics can be used to help you gain better visibility into your Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus workspace. Let’s dive in to see how you could use these new Prometheus usage metrics in CloudWatch. I‘ve set […]

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DevOps automation for backup compliance in AWS using AWS Backup Audit Manager

Backup compliance in AWS includes defining and enforcing backup policies to encrypt your backups, protect them from manual deletion, prevent changes to your backup lifecycle settings, and audit and report on backup activity from a centralized console. AWS Backup Audit Manager, a feature within the AWS Backup service, provides built-in compliance controls for these areas. […]

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What is observability and Why does it matter? – Part 1

Before defining observability, consider the following example: You run an e-commerce site, and you’re interested in understanding the customer experience of the site, as well as how that translates into sales. You have identified that long page-loading times lead to poor customer experience, which in turn leads customers to abandon their carts and buy competing […]

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Automatically update alternate contacts for newly created AWS Accounts

Customers use the cloud to move faster and build differentiated products and services. AWS lets you experiment, innovate, and scale more quickly, all while providing a flexible and secure cloud environment. Furthermore, a multi-account AWS environment lets you build and deploy workloads quickly, while providing mechanisms to do so in a secure, scalable, and resilient […]

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