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View AWS Trusted Advisor recommendations at scale with AWS Organizations

Since 2014, AWS Trusted Advisor has been providing customers with visibility into an individual AWS account and providing recommendations based on known AWS best practices. Trusted Advisor makes recommendations to help customers achieve a better security posture, control their costs, optimize application performance, design better fault tolerance, and maintain control over their AWS service limits […]

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Cloud native application monitoring for AWS

Cloud Native Application Monitoring for AWS

This blog post will show you how DXC used AWS management tools and services to create a custom cloud native application monitoring framework. DXC made this advanced monitoring offering available to their customers, which resulted in improved customer satisfaction. The business driver DXC has a robust set of tools and capabilities to solve customers’ application […]

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Secure monitoring of user workflow experience using Amazon CloudWatch Synthetics and AWS Secrets Manager

Customers often need an easy way to monitor the URLs, API endpoints, and critical GUI workflows of their web applications in a secure fashion. Monitoring helps keep the service available by detecting performance bottlenecks and operational issues as soon as they arise. Customers also want to be alerted when availability and latency issues occur so […]

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Four ways to retrieve any AWS service property using AWS CloudFormation (Part 1 of 3)

Many of you have experience using AWS CloudFormation to automate your application deployments. As you probably know, the service supports around 600 types of resources. When you optimize your templates, you might have discovered that each of those resource types encapsulates native AWS SDK API calls to create or update each resource’s state or configuration. You […]

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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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AWS Config Rule Development Kit library: Build and operate rules at scale

AWS would like to introduce you to the RDKLib, an open source Python library you can use to build, develop, and deploy custom AWS Config rules at scale. RDKLib works with the AWS Config Rule Development Kit. It is designed to work at the AWS Lambda layer, so you can use the library without needing […]

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Running bash commands in AWS CloudFormation templates

Oftentimes we find customers who want to extend their AWS CloudFormation templates by running a few lines of code during template execution. For example, to call an external API. In these cases, customers were directed to use either custom resources, resource types, or macros to accomplish the task. This is such a common pattern that […]

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How BBVA automated responses through event management at scale

In this blog post, we describe how BBVA USA, a financial institution that ranks among the top 25 largest commercial banks, used AWS services to implement event management at scale and centralize its event response. Generally speaking, security compliance in a monolithic environment is easier to monitor and enforce when a small number of hands […]

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Software Deployment to Amazon WorkSpaces Using AWS Systems Manager

Amazon WorkSpaces is a fully managed virtual desktop environment that runs on AWS. It provides users with desktop cloud-based Microsoft Windows and Linux solutions that can be customized and configured to run seamlessly with your organization. In this blog post, I show you how to install software onto a running WorkSpace using AWS Systems Manager, […]

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