AWS Cloud Operations & Migrations Blog

Category: Best Practices

How to isolate signed-in users from guest users within Amazon CloudWatch RUM

Real user monitoring (RUM) helps web application owners monitor the performance of client-side applications running on end-user devices. For example, RUM can help application owners detect when end-users are experiencing slow page load speeds, application errors, network errors, or issues with the application’s user interface. Amazon CloudWatch RUM is a managed RUM service which is […]

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Analyzing legacy applications on-demand with AWS Mainframe Modernization and Micro Focus

AWS Mainframe Modernization service delivers features and value across the entire lifecycle of mainframe applications migration, modernization, execution, and operation. This post focuses on technical highlights and benefits of AWS Mainframe Modernization service using Micro Focus Enterprise Analyzer. It performs the analysis and assessment of your application during assess phase of migration and modernization projects […]

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Easy management and monitoring using AWS System Manager and Amazon CloudWatch Application Insights

As builders, we sometimes run into situations where we don’t have enough time or system knowledge to configure monitoring on our applications. It’s also essential to have a centralized way to monitor and resolve issues in all applications, but they’re not always readily available. Although there are third-party libraries and Windows-based tools to monitor health, […]

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Creating Database Migration Waves using AWS Schema Conversion Tool

Enterprises are eager to migrate from commercial relational databases (e.g., Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle) to open-source relational databases, such as MySQL or PostgreSQL to save costs, improve data portability, and leverage cloud managed databases. They often find that transitioning relational data between tables is relatively easy. However, migrating stored procedures, indexes, views, and functions can […]

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Delegate account factory creation to parts of your organization with AWS Control Tower

While working with many of our regulated industry customers, we have been posed the question: “How can we enable a local team to create AWS Control Tower managed accounts within their specific Organizational Units (OUs)?” The customers want to leverage the guardrails and baselines put in place by AWS Control Tower so that: They could […]

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How KoreroPlatforms (Powered by DiGiSPICE) built a multi-tenant SaaS architecture for their enterprise customers using AWS Organizations

DiGiSPICE is known to its customers as a thriving, innovation-led organization with extensive experience in running telecom services in India (Spice Telecom). They help enterprises in their digital transformation journey by harnessing the power of mobile and using technology to improve the connected customer experience. With the above mission, DiGiSPICE has built a communications platform […]

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Compliance and Auditing Sessions at AWS re:Inforce 2022

Today we’re going to highlight just some of the sessions planned for AWS re:Inforce 2022, which will take place in Boston, MA, on July 26-27. AWS re:Inforce is a learning conference focused on security, compliance, identity, and privacy. The event features access to hundreds of technical and business sessions, an AWS Partner expo hall, a […]

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Auto discovery and dynamic route registration of services running in Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) with AWS Migration Hub Refactor Spaces

AWS Migration Hub Refactor Spaces automates infrastructure management, and traffic routing between monolithic and microservices endpoints. It uses two key constructs, service and route, to distribute incoming user traffic between monolithic and microservices endpoints. You can create the service and route configuration in Refactor Spaces from either the AWS Management Console, CLI, or the service […]

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Visualizing metrics across Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus workspaces using Amazon Managed Grafana

This post provides step-by-step instructions for aggregating and visualizing your Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) monitoring metrics using Amazon Managed Service for Prometheus and Amazon Managed Grafana. As part of this solution, promxy a Prometheus proxy, is deployed to enable a single Grafana data source to query multiple Prometheus workspaces. Please note that this […]

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Managing AWS account lifecycle in AWS Control Tower using the Account Close API

AWS Control Tower provides the easiest way for you to set up and govern your AWS environment following prescriptive AWS best practices managed on your behalf. AWS Control Tower orchestrates multiple AWS services (AWS Organizations, AWS CloudFormation StackSets, Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), AWS Single Sign-On, AWS Config, AWS CloudTrail) to build a landing […]

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