AWS Cloud Operations & Migrations Blog

Category: Foundational (100)

Open sesame: Granting privileged access to EC2 instances with Session Manager

In this guest blog post, Herman Lee (Cloud Solution Architect, VP) and Nauman Noor (Managing Director) from the public cloud engineering team at State Street discuss their use of AWS Systems Manager Session Manager for privileged access management of Amazon EC2 instances. State Street Corporation is a financial services company responsible for the management, custody, […]

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Manage AWS Managed Microsoft AD resources with Session Manager port forwarding

Manage AWS Managed Microsoft AD resources with Session Manager port forwarding

Active Directory administrators are accustomed to managing domain resources using Remote Server Administrators Tools (RSAT) installed on either their workstations or a member server in the domain.  When it comes to managing resources on a managed Active Directory service, such as the case with AWS Managed Microsoft AD, these tools must be available for administrators […]

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How Line of Business Leaders Can Jump-Start Cloud Innovation

Cloud transformation is imperative Line of business (LOB) leaders and application owners within a business recognize that they urgently need to pivot their model to cloud—and not just to save cost or to get out of a data center. They own the apps that drive revenue for the business and modernizing them is critical to […]

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Getting Started with Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus

4/9/2021 – Updated the Prometheus server deployment setup part by removing the AWS SigV4 side-car proxy container. This is no longer needed as the Prometheus server now directly signs requests made to the AMP remote write API. Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus (AMP) is a Prometheus-compatible monitoring service for container infrastructure and application metrics for […]

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Amazon Managed Grafana – Getting Started

September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. Amazon Managed Grafana is a fully managed and secure data visualization service that enables customers to instantly query, correlate, and visualize operational metrics, logs, and traces for their applications from multiple data sources. Amazon Managed Grafana is based on the […]

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AWS Management and Governance at Re:Invent 2020

AWS re:Invent is always an exciting time of the year to engage with our customers to learn, and share information about our services and features. Due to the current pandemic, re:Invent is pivoting to a free and virtual format presented across 3 weeks from November 30 to December 18 this year. Yes, you read that […]

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Monitor the health of AWS Systems Manager agent using Amazon CloudWatch

AWS customers use AWS Systems Manager to view and control their infrastructure on AWS. Using the AWS Systems Manager console, they can view operational data from multiple AWS services and automate operational tasks across AWS resources. AWS Systems Manager helps you maintain security and compliance by scanning your managed instances. It also reports on (or […]

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Track licenses across multiple AWS Regions using AWS License Manager

Are you a license administrator who wants to manage software licenses from different vendors as you build your cloud infrastructure across multiple AWS Regions? If so, you can use AWS License Manager to gain control and visibility into license usage. In this blog post, we discuss a solution that integrates AWS License Manager with AWS […]

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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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The document management system includes KMS, Amazon Cognito identity pool, and a document bucket. Internal and external users are authenticated through a process that uses API Gateway and the identity pool. The Lambda function runs inside the VPC.

Mphasis rearchitects a legacy application to a serverless cloud-native architecture on AWS

Mphasis thrives on business agility and resilience. Its internal operations, especially the core development processes and supporting functions such as sales, client servicing, finance, and administration, are fueled by multiple in-house business applications. For a company to showcase its digital prowess, empower its workforce to innovate, and stay at the cutting edge of technology, these […]

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