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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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Governance, risk, and compliance when establishing your cloud presence

June 22, 2021: We’ve updated this post to reference the recently published Management & Governance Lens, an extension of the AWS Well-Architected Framework. When speaking with the business and technology leaders I work with, they express the need to bring new products and services to market quickly. They must also stay secure while doing so. […]

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Deploy Enterprise Proof-of-Concept with prooV and AWS Service Catalog

Deploy Enterprise Proof-of-Concept with prooV and AWS Service Catalog Proof-of-concept testing is a must-have practice for enterprise application development teams for decision making regarding technology adoption. With the elasticity and scalability provided by the cloud, it’s more important now than ever to predict and understand application behavior in a real-world scenario. Before releasing a new […]

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Creating and hydrating self-service data lakes with AWS Service Catalog

Organizations are evolving IT processes to include data lakes and supporting services. Your organization might start by looking to extend the self-service portals you built using AWS Service Catalog to create data lakes as well. A self-service portal lets users vend required AWS resources within the guardrails defined by your cloud center of excellence (CCOE) […]

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Controlling Projected User Costs Through Monthly Budget Policies

Introduction With the announcement of our new AWS Price List Query APIs, let’s discuss a use-case that you can deploy directly to your AWS account. Customers often ask for ways to proactively control costs while having the flexibility to experiment with different AWS resource sizes and types. The solution we’ll discuss in this blog post […]

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