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Category: AWS Service Catalog

Self-service VPCs in AWS Control Tower using AWS Service Catalog

One of the first tasks my customers do when creating a new AWS account is to create the right network integration for their enterprise. Typically, this means implementing an Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) across a multi-account framework that was provisioned with AWS Control Tower. When these are provisioned in a self-service model, we see […]

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Using AWS Service Catalog and the AWS Service Management Connector for ServiceNow to deliver infrastructure in AMS-governed environments

AWS Managed Services (AMS) operates AWS on your behalf, providing a secure and compliant , a proven enterprise operating model, ongoing cost optimization, and day-to-day infrastructure management. AMS provides a secure and efficient means to make controlled changes to your infrastructure to ensure compliance. Changes are approved and automated through its approval engine. You can […]

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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 […]

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Standardizing Database Migrations with AWS Database Migration Service and AWS Service Catalog

Companies and organizations are moving data and technology infrastructure to AWS to modernize their applications and gain access to cloud services. The move results in lower costs, increased productivity, and reduced downtime. Some customers are migrating data to Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) to take advantage of AWS AI and ML services, while others […]

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Standardize with speed using AWS Service Catalog stack import

If you’ve used AWS Service Catalog, you probably know how it helps organizations increase standardization, encourage compliance, and improve speed and agility. This is done by enabling central administrators to publish and manage a standard set of compliant products that users can consume in a self-service manner. Customers often start by creating an AWS CloudFormation-based product in […]

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Building secure Amazon SageMaker access URLs with AWS Service Catalog

Many customers need a secure method to access Amazon SageMaker notebooks within their private network without logging in to the AWS console, or using the AWS CLI/SDKs. This may be desired for enhanced security or to provide an easier self-service path for data scientists. In this blog post, we show you a how to connect […]

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Automate AWS Backups with AWS Service Catalog

If you’re an organization with multiple AWS accounts and independent teams, cloud governance can seem a daunting task. The complexities of balancing developer velocity with centralized governance risks can slow down the innovation you’re trying to speed up. Fortunately, AWS Service Catalog, and AWS Backup help to implement a well-architected approach to self-service while meeting […]

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Increase application visibility and governance using AWS Service Catalog AppRegistry

Many customers deploy applications with a multitude of resources using AWS CloudFormation templates.  As customers begin to scale, these templates are often re-used across multiple applications.  At this point, important tasks like identifying deployed applications and understanding which CloudFormation stacks are associated with an application become more difficult. Visibility is an important component of a […]

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Launch a standardized DevOps pipeline to deploy containerized applications using AWS Service Catalog

As companies implement DevOps practices, they find that standardizing the deployment of the continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) pipelines is increasingly important. Many end users and developers do not have the ability or time to create their own CI/CD pipelines and processes from scratch for each new project. By using AWS Service Catalog, organizations […]

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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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