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Monitor Amazon EventBridge events in your Slack channels with AWS Chatbot

DevOps teams use chat collaboration platforms such as Slack and Amazon Chime to monitor systems and respond to events. When AWS Chatbot is integrated with Slack and Chime, users can monitor and interact with AWS resources from the chat channels, which reduces context switching between applications. DevOps users now can receive notifications from more than […]

GoDaddy’s journey to the cloud and their Public Cloud Portal

GoDaddy’s journey to the cloud and their Public Cloud Portal

Get to the Cloud. Make awesome happen! This blog post explores GoDaddy’s journey to the cloud and the GoDaddy Public Cloud Portal, an application used by engineering teams to onboard to AWS. GoDaddy started their journey to the cloud in early 2018 when they announced their partnership with AWS. This post will outline the project […]

GoDaddy’s journey to the cloud and their Standard Cloud Platform

GoDaddy’s journey to the cloud and their Standard Cloud Platform

In this blog post, we explore GoDaddy’s journey to the cloud and their Public Cloud Portal, an application created to onboard engineering teams to AWS. GoDaddy started this journey in early 2018 when they announced their partnership with AWS. We’ll focus on how GoDaddy created a service to enable thousands of employees and hundreds of […]

Accelerating large-scale rehost migrations with CloudEndure Migration Factory

Accelerating large-scale migrations to AWS with CloudEndure Migration Factory

Many customers today want to migrate their servers to AWS as quickly as possible. This is often due to data center lease rapidly approach the termination/ renewal stages, or a first step in a large technology transformation program. This is not an easy activity, especially when you may have hundreds, if not thousands, of servers […]

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Use Jira Service Management to track and resolve operational items related to AWS resources

Customers can use the AWS Service Management Connector for Jira Service Desk to enable the OpsCenter integration feature on Jira projects. Using a scenario involving an operational item in AWS, this blog post walks you through an example of investigating and resolving an OpsCenter OpsItem from within Jira Service Management.

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Reinventing automated operations (Part I)

This is the first in a two-part series that covers lessons learned at AWS Managed Services (AMS) as we help customers and partners achieve operational excellence on AWS. To create a secure and consistent cloud operating model, you need both operational experience and AWS skills. In my conversations with customers, it is common for experienced […]

Manage license compliance during migration of workloads to AWS

When customers migrate workloads to the cloud, they can often substantially reduce costs by using their existing software licenses. In most cases, this is as simple as reallocating licenses from their on-premises infrastructure to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances. Because software audits and true-ups are increasingly routine these days, customers must remain compliant […]

Latest from AWS Organizations

The latest from AWS Organizations (Spring 2021)

AWS Organizations provides features customers can use to manage their AWS environment across accounts. When paired with other AWS services, AWS Organizations helps you manage permissions, create and share resources, govern your environment, and centrally control your security requirements. Here’s what the team has been up to since our virtual 2020 re:Invent season. Use attribute-based […]

Improve visibility of hybrid applications with AppDynamics and AWS Service Catalog AppRegistry

Co-Authored By James Schneider, Sr. Solutions Architect at AppDynamics As organizations innovate and grow, they require modern application architectures and a vast landscape of tools to scale and manage their operation. As the operation continues to expand, it becomes increasingly difficult to identify distributed services and resources that are associated with specific processes or business […]