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Creating contacts, escalation plans, and response plans in AWS Systems Manager Incident Manager

Creating contacts, escalation plans, and response plans in AWS Systems Manager Incident Manager

Many of our customers need an effective incident management and response solution to achieve operational excellence and performance efficiency. Transparency between those who are affected by the incident and those who respond to the incident is key to any incident management process. Finding the right team to mitigate the impact of application or workload incidents […]

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AWS Systems Manager Incident Manager integration with Amazon CloudWatch Part 2

AWS Systems Manager Incident Manager integration with Amazon CloudWatch

This is the second post in a two-part series about AWS Systems Manager Incident Manager. In the first post, we covered onboarding steps like creating contacts, an escalation plan, and a response plan in Incident Manager. In this post, we discuss the integration between Incident Manager and Amazon CloudWatch and how Incident Manager components manage an […]

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Streamline server fleet management with AWS Systems Manager Fleet Manager

Organizations manage an increasingly diverse IT infrastructure, one that spans cloud and on-premises environments and uses different tools and services. Managing these diverse hybrid environments can be complicated and resource-intensive. Fleet Manager, a new feature in AWS Systems Manager, makes it easy and cost-effective to remotely manage Windows and Linux servers running across AWS, on-premises, […]

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Configuring AWS Systems Manager Session Manager run as support for federated users using session tags

In this blog post, we share a procedure for configuring AWS Systems Manager Session Manager run as support for Active Directory (AD) federated users using AWS Security Token Service (AWS STS) session tags. We show you how to start a Session Manager session using the AD user name of the federated user on an AD-joined […]

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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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Improve governance and business agility using AWS Management and Governance videos – part 2

This blog post highlights newly published videos on the AWS Management and Governance YouTube channel that help you enable, provision, and operate your AWS environments effectively. The first part of this blog series was published last spring. The objective of these video-based, hands-on solutions is to enable you to innovate faster while maintaining control over […]

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Using AWS Systems Manager OpsCenter and AWS Config for compliance monitoring

In this post, I show how AWS Systems Manager OpsCenter can be used to centrally record and mitigate alerts from AWS Config.  When AWS Config detects a resource that is out of compliance, an OpsItem is created.  This OpsItem is used to track details of the noncompliant resource, record investigative actions, and provide access to […]

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AWS AppConfig Lambda Extension

Deploying application configuration to serverless: Introducing the AWS AppConfig Lambda extension

At AWS, we feel strongly that separating application configuration from application code is a best practice. Being able to deploy configuration independently from code makes it possible to build services like Service Quotas and launch new services and features right as we announce them. If we didn’t separate these, even a simple configuration change would […]

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