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Manage Amazon EC2 instance clock accuracy using Amazon Time Sync Service and Amazon CloudWatch – Part 2

In part 1 of this series, I cover important concepts about measuring the accuracy of time on Amazon EC2 instances . I discussed calculating ClockErrorBound (?) and using its value as a range between which system time is accurate. In this part, I walk through the process of using Amazon CloudWatch to measure and monitor […]

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Manage Amazon EC2 instance clock accuracy using Amazon Time Sync Service and Amazon CloudWatch – Part 1

This two-part series discusses the measurement and management of time accuracy on Amazon EC2 instances. Part 1 covers the important concepts related to system and reference time. Part 2 covers the mechanism of measure, monitor, and maintain accurate system time on EC2 instances. A large and diverse set of customer workloads depends on the observed […]

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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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AWS Config RDK: Multi-account and multi-Region deployment

We have introduced an updated version of the AWS Config Rule Development Kit (RDK). The RDK helps you rapidly deploy custom AWS Config rules at scale across multiple AWS accounts and Regions. You can also create a centralized dashboard to view the AWS Config rule compliance status across various AWS accounts. This blog post is […]

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Centralized multi-account and multi-Region patching with AWS Systems Manager Automation

AWS Systems Manager Automation now supports multi-account and multi-Region actions enabling you to centrally manage your AWS resources. This feature reduces the time and overhead needed for enterprise-wide configuration, operational actions, and compliance remediation. In this blog post, I show you how to use AWS Systems Manager Automation to patch your managed instances across multiple […]

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