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Building Your Own AWS Service Broker Services

The AWS Service Broker open source project, launched at re:Invent 2017, allows developers using application platforms such as Pivotal Cloud Foundry to provision and expose native AWS services from within application platform interfaces. Though the Service Broker caters for a growing list of services, customers are looking for a simple way to extend AWS Service […]

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AWS Service Broker with Ease – and Now for GovCloud

中文版 – AWS customers are increasingly asking for easier implementation across all services, so they can focus on what is important to their customers. In this post, we’ll explain some changes in the installation and configuration process for the AWS Service Broker which make it easier and faster to get up and running on your […]

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Provision AWS Services Through Tanzu Application Service Using the AWS Service Broker for VMware Tanzu

Updated: July 27, 2020—This post was updated to reflect the Broker being available via the Vmware Network. Enterprise customers tell us that they’re looking for application modernization and greater agility. They may also need to work in a hybrid context, and want technology that makes it easy to run in multiple environments now, and in the […]

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