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Maximizing features and functionality in AWS CloudTrail

Thanks to the following AWS CloudTrail experts for their work on this post: Avneesh Singh, Senior Product Manager, AWS CloudTrail Jeff McRae, Software Development Manager, AWS CloudTrail Keith Robertson, Software Development Manager, AWS CloudTrail Susan Ferrell, Senior Technical Writer, AWS Are you taking advantage of all the features and functionality that AWS CloudTrail offers? Here […]

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Detect and remediate issues faster with AWS Systems Manager OpsCenter and Moogsoft AIOps

AWS Systems Manager, the operational hub for AWS and hybrid cloud deployments, recently announced the launch of OpsCenter to help you view, investigate, and resolve operational issues related to your environment from a central location. OpsCenter presents operational issues in a standardized view, along with contextually relevant data, and associated Systems Manager Automation documents, enabling […]

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Managing AWS resources across multiple accounts and Regions using AWS Systems Manager Automation

AWS Systems Manager Automation simplifies common administrative and maintenance tasks of AWS resources. Using Systems Manager Automation, you can execute predefined tasks/workflows in the form of AWS Systems Manager documents (SSM documents) that you can write yourself or use community published documents. A SSM document defines the actions that Systems Manager performs on your AWS […]

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Streaming AWS Systems Manager Run Command output to Amazon CloudWatch Logs

AWS Systems Manager Run Command is designed to let you remotely and securely manage instances. Run Command provides a simple way of automating common administrative tasks like running shell scripts, installing software or patches, and more. All actions taken with Run Command are recorded by AWS CloudTrail to audit changes and allows Amazon CloudWatch Events […]

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Automating the discovery of unused AWS Lambda functions

In 2017 Kyle Somers explained how you can gain visibility into the execution of your AWS Lambda functions in his blog post announcing AWS CloudTrail data events for AWS Lambda. In my blog post, I’ll expand upon Kyle’s post to show you how you can combine CloudTrail data events for AWS Lambda with the power […]

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Gain Visibility into the Execution of Your AWS Lambda functions with AWS CloudTrail

Today, we are happy to announce that AWS CloudTrail now supports the Lambda Invoke API as a new data event type with the launch of CloudTrail Lambda data events. Previously, AWS CloudTrail supported management events for AWS Lambda, which allowed you to capture when and by whom a function was created, modified, or deleted. With […]

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Monitor Changes and Auto-Enable Logging in AWS CloudTrail

AWS CloudTrail is a service that enables governance, compliance, operational auditing, and risk auditing of your AWS account. Hence, it’s crucial to monitor any changes to CloudTrail and make sure that logging is always enabled. With CloudTrail, you can log, continuously monitor, and retain events related to API calls across your AWS infrastructure. CloudTrail provides […]

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Analyze Security, Compliance, and Operational Activity Using AWS CloudTrail and Amazon Athena

  A few days ago, The AWS Big Data Blog published a new blog post: “Analyze Security, Compliance, and Operational Activity Using AWS CloudTrail and Amazon Athena.” In this blog post, AWS Professional Services Consultant Sai Sriparasa shows how to set up and use the recently released Amazon Athena CloudTrail SerDe to query AWS CloudTrail […]

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