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Category: Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3)

How Capgemini used AWS Systems Manager and other AWS services to provide cloud-native, self-service patch management and automation

This post was written in collaboration with David Wansell, an Enterprise Cloud Architect at Capgemini with over 20 years of experience across multiple enterprise domains. He designs and builds automation and solutions that enable customers to deliver on their desired outcomes in their cloud adoption journey. Customers need a way to do patch management in […]

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Streamline Automation with Outbound Webhooks for AWS Systems Manager Runbooks

Automation runbooks let you define a set of actions that automate various operations in your AWS environment. Runbooks allow our customers to simply configure automation workflows that they can execute based on either events or a scheduled cadence. These workflows commonly require integration with third-party systems, such as Slack, Jira, and ServiceNow. As of January […]

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Mapping Microsoft SCCM compliance checks to AWS Config

Microsoft SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager) enables the management, deployment, and security of devices and applications. Compliance settings in Configuration Manager lets you manage configuration and compliance in your organization. As customers migrate their traditional workloads, they’re also looking for an AWS native solution that provides the flexibility to manage compliance and configuration management on […]

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Sharing AWS Outposts in a multi account AWS environment: Part 2

This post is written by Karl Schween, Principal Solutions Architect at AWS. This post is part two of two part series ‘Sharing AWS Outposts in a multi account AWS environment’ providing you guidance and considerations for sharing AWS Outposts and Amazon S3 on Outposts in a multiple AWS Account environment. AWS Outposts is a fully […]

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Sharing AWS Outposts in a multi account AWS environment: Part 1

This post is written by Karl Schween, Principal Solutions Architect at AWS. This post is part one of two part series ‘Sharing AWS Outposts in a multi account AWS environment’ providing you guidance and considerations for sharing AWS Outposts and Amazon S3 on Outposts in a multiple AWS Account environment. AWS Outposts is a fully […]

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Integrating existing AWS CloudTrail configurations when launching AWS Control Tower

The customers that we work with often use multiple AWS accounts to meet their business needs. These multi-account environments are built based on the guidelines that AWS published. Customers have created custom mechanisms using AWS Organizations, AWS CloudTrail, and other AWS services to implement the guidelines. AWS Created the AWS Control Tower service as a […]

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Migrate from mainframe CA7 job schedules to Apache Airflow in AWS

When you migrate mainframe applications to the cloud, you will usually have to migrate mainframe job schedules too. In this post, I’ll show you how to migrate mainframe CA7 job schedules to a cloud native job scheduler in AWS, how to trigger off event-based jobs, how to run streaming jobs, how to migrate CA7 database, […]

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Use AWS Systems Manager Automation to automate Snowflake storage integrations with Amazon S3

AWS Systems Manager lets you safely automate common and repetitive IT operations and management tasks. Furthermore, Systems Manager Automation lets you use predefined playbooks, or you can build, run, and share wiki-style automated playbooks to enable AWS resource management across multiple accounts and AWS Regions. Snowflake, the Data Cloud, is an APN Partner that provides […]

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Use AWS Systems Manager custom Inventory to locate Log4j files on managed nodes

In this post we will provide guidance to assist customers responding to the recently disclosed Log4j vulnerability by detailing how to use AWS Systems Manager Inventory to locate Log4j JAR files on Linux and Windows Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances and hybrid managed nodes. A hybrid managed node includes on-premises servers, edge devices, and virtual […]

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Use Amazon Cloud Watch math expressions and composite alarms for detailed monitoring of AWS Elastic Load Balancers

AWS Elastic Load Balancing encompasses the following load balancers in AWS: Application Load Balancers, Network Load Balancers, Gateway Load Balancers, and Classic Load Balancers. The load balancer serves as a single contact point for clients and it distributes incoming traffic across multiple targets such as EC2 instances as well as it is crucial to monitor […]

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