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Category: Technical How-to

Amazon DevOps Guru sends insights to Amazon SNS and Amazon SNS forwards the insights to PagerDuty

Deliver ML-powered operational insights to your on-call teams via PagerDuty with Amazon DevOps Guru

Amazon DevOps Guru, now in preview, is an ML-powered cloud operations service that assists you in improving application availability. It’s easy to set up and use, and leverages machine learning models informed by years of operational expertise in building, scaling, and maintaining highly available applications at Amazon.com. DevOps Guru continuously analyzes streams of disparate data […]

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Manage your Amazon EC2 macOS instances with AWS Systems Manager

Are you using macOS for developing, building, testing, and signing applications for Apple devices? To all the thriving community of millions of developers worldwide building applications on Apple platforms, we at AWS bring you the first ever macOS based compute environments in the public cloud. Yes, you read that right! You can now run macOS […]

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How to aggregate and visualize AWS Health events using AWS Organizations and Amazon Elasticsearch Service

In this post, I show you how to aggregate AWS Health events centrally from all accounts in your organization using AWS Organizations, AWS Lambda, and AWS Health API, and then build automation to ingest and visualize the operations data using Amazon Elasticsearch Service. As your organization grows, the number of operational emails and AWS Personal […]

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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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Create canaries in Python using Selenium in Amazon CloudWatch Synthetics

Create canaries in Python and Selenium using Amazon CloudWatch Synthetics

In April 2020, we launched Amazon CloudWatch Synthetics, which developers can use to create canaries that are configurable scripts running on a schedule to monitor endpoints, APIs, and website content. With canaries, your business can discover issues before your customers do, so you can react quickly to fix them. When you’re running scripts on CloudWatch […]

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Cross-Region application monitoring using Amazon CloudWatch Synthetics and AWS CloudFormation

Customers need a way to find problems with their application before the real end users encounter them. They need to predict how their application will perform in supported geographies and isolate the root cause of any detected bottlenecks. Synthetic monitoring allows customers to emulate business processes or user transactions from different geographies and monitor their […]

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Build scheduler with AWS Lambda functions using Amazon EventBridge solution architecture diagram.

Build a scheduler as a service with Amazon CloudWatch Events, Amazon EventBridge, and AWS Lambda

There are multiple ways to build a scheduler as a service in AWS. In this blog post, we provide step-by-step instructions for building a scheduler as a service with Amazon CloudWatch Events and Amazon EventBridge with AWS Lambda. We also demonstrate how to build a dynamic API scheduler using EventBridge and Lambda. CloudWatch Events deliver […]

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Introducing AWS CloudFormation modules

If you’ve used AWS CloudFormation, you’ve probably experienced times when you are trying to build applications and want to deploy resources with best practices defined. As you work on your templates, you might be curious about which resource properties to configure and which values to use to follow those best practices. While you’re building your […]

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Creating ServiceNow incidents for AWS License Manager notifications

AWS License Manager streamlines the process of managing software licenses from software vendors like Microsoft, Oracle, IBM, SAP, and others across AWS and in on-premises environments. Administrators can create customized licensing rules that AWS License Manager enforces when Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances are launched. This helps you prevent licensing violations by stopping 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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