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Tag: AWS Lambda

Using Amazon CloudWatch dashboards custom widgets

Many of our customers use Amazon CloudWatch dashboards but have additional use cases that would benefit from the ability to include custom datasets in their existing dashboards. Custom widgets let you create your own visualizations or datasets, share them with other teams, provide input or parameters to your widget, and adjust the time scoped on […]

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Announcing AWS AppConfig Extensions

Using feature flags and other runtime configuration types is a fast-evolving technology segment. Adjusting your software behavior with a minor configuration update instead of deploying code lets teams move faster and more safely. Furthermore, releasing a feature using a feature flag allows engineering teams to turn on features to a limited set of users and […]

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Fully-automated enterprise-scaled provisioning of AWS Accounts via Self-Service using Jira Service Desk

With more than 5 million articles from over 7,000 brands, OTTO is one of the leading German online shopping platforms. In the future, it will open up to even more brands and partners as part of its transformation. OTTO is part of the internationally active Otto Group, with headquarters in Hamburg, and employs 6,100 people […]

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Visualize AWS Service Catalog Product Usage in an AWS Organization with Amazon QuickSight

  AWS Service Catalog is a widely used service that simplifies the management of tools, services, and resources in AWS accounts for organizations. This service empowers end users to provision products vetted by their organization in their environments with confidence in security and compliance. Portfolios are shared with AWS accounts in an AWS Organization, from which […]

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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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Managing cross-Region reports for AWS Marketplace and AWS Service Catalog resources

Organizations have many business reasons to track resource usage across their AWS environments. For example, management and administrative teams want to track operation expenditure, license governance, and asset tracking for their AWS Marketplace solutions across Regions currently in use. A centralized reporting dashboard allows the teams to access this information quickly and efficiently. This post […]

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AWS Health Aware – Customize AWS Health Alerts for Organizational and Personal AWS Accounts

AWS strives for high availability and has a 99.9% uptime for most services. However, in the rare event that incidents do occur, customers should be prepared to respond. AWS Health is the primary channel to communicate service degradation, scheduled changes, and resource impacting issues. For customers running critical applications, having access to proactive and real-time […]

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

September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. 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 […]

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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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Using AWS Launch Wizard, AWS Marketplace, and AWS Service Management Connector for ServiceNow to deploy SAP HANA based applications on AWS

More than 5,000 of our customers run SAP on AWS and more than half of them have deployed SAP HANA-based solutions on AWS. Since 2008, when SAP became an AWS customer, customers have been bringing their SAP landscapes to AWS and using it as their platform for innovation. AWS Launch Wizard helps customers to deploy […]

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