AWS Cloud Operations & Migrations Blog

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What to Look Out for with AWS Cloud Operations at re:Invent 2022

Headed to Las Vegas on November 28 to December 2nd for re:Invent 2022, the annual learning conference hosted by AWS for the global cloud computing community? If so, here is what to look out for with AWS Cloud Operations at re:Invent 2022! Wherever you are in your digital transformation, you can set up, maintain, and […]

Know Before You Go – AWS re:Invent 2022 Centralized Operations Management

Whatever stage you are at in your process of moving to or operating in the cloud, AWS offers centralized operations management services that you can use to manage and operate your applications on AWS, on-premises, in hybrid environments, or at the edge. Operate your applications from a central location with automation, integrations, built-in best practices, […]

Know Before You Go – AWS re:Invent 2022 Cloud Governance

Cloud governance and controls can be built into AWS right from the start in your AWS environment to help you address regulatory and compliance requirements. AWS Cloud Operations offers solutions with fine-grained controls to automate the setup of new cloud environments and to help with ongoing governance. With AWS Cloud Operations, you don’t have to […]

Know Before You Go – AWS re:Invent 2022 Compliance & Auditing

As organizations scale by moving more of their workloads to the cloud, they are looking to manage their cloud operations securely and to be prepared for compliance and auditing. AWS Cloud Operations aims to improve the compliance and auditing process in the cloud through best-in-class services by the scale and security of AWS infrastructure, per […]

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Know Before You Go – AWS re:Invent 2022 Monitoring & Observability

Whether you are building out applications in the cloud, modernizing your environment, or migrating workloads, observability is vital to your success. Monitoring and observability provide operational visibility and insight into your workloads and are crucial to operational excellence. AWS Observability will be at re:Invent 2022 to share how you can leverage observability for your organization. […]

How to develop an Observability strategy – Part 2

Your observability strategy starts with your business. “Observability” describes how well you can understand what’s happening in a system. Developing an observability strategy isn’t a one-time effort. It’s a continuous improvement effort that occurs throughout the lifecycle of your workloads. It enables your teams to determine whether or not the workloads they design and run […]

Build Cloud Operations skills using the new Getting Started with AWS CloudTrail Training

Are you an organization that needs help with Configuration, Compliance, and Auditing? Do you need to gain visibility of your organization’s account activity across AWS infrastructure? AWS CloudTrail records actions taken by users, roles, or even an AWS service. CloudTrail records actions taken in the AWS Management Console, AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI), AWS […]

Build Cloud Operations Skills Using the New Getting Started with AWS Config Training

Are you responsible for your company’s compliance? Do you want to make sure that your AWS resources are aligned to your company’s desired configurations? And make sure how to automate the remediations of noncompliant resources? Do you see an opportunity for your organization to automate its continuous compliance at scale? If you need to understand […]

How to evaluate your Cloud Environment in a well-architected manner

Today, we’re happy to announce the availability of the AWS Well-Architected Management and Governance (M&G) Cloud Environment custom lens! To be ready for migrations and to run workloads at scale on AWS, customers need a properly configured AWS environment. The Well-Architected M&G Environment Guide (M&G Guide) provides best practices and prescriptive guidance to help customers […]

AWS Control Tower releases API, pre-defined controls to your organizational units

AWS Control Tower offers a direct way to set up and govern an AWS multi-account environment following prescriptive guidance and best practices. It orchestrates the capabilities of several other AWS services, including AWS Organizations, AWS Service Catalog, and AWS IAM Identity Center (successor to AWS Single Sign-On), to build a landing zone in less than […]