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Migrate from GCP and Azure to AWS using CloudEndure Migration

Sometimes the first cloud provider a company chooses is not the best long-term fit. Choosing a cloud provider is typically based on a number of business factors, such as cost, reliability, security, compatibility, or a specific feature. But business environments are always changing. It may be that the business needs and priorities have changed, and […]

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Autonomous vehicle data collection with AWS Snowcone and AWS IoT Greengrass

Self-driving and self-flying vehicles — autonomous cars, airplanes, and drones — require vast amounts of data to fulfill their promise of a safe mode of transportation for goods and people. Connected vehicles and the Internet of Things (IoT) have a strong influence on the way we collect and process low-bandwidth telemetry data, in addition to […]

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Optimizing operational costs in CloudEndure Disaster Recovery

Some drivers involved in moving disaster recovery (DR) to the AWS Cloud include reducing infrastructure and management costs, and enabling access to greater scalability and elasticity. CloudEndure Disaster Recovery, offered by AWS, helps you shift your disaster recovery (DR) strategy to AWS from data centers, private clouds, or other public clouds. By shifting their DR […]

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Configuring Cross-Region DR of your Amazon EC2 workloads with CloudEndure

Any number of events can cause IT outages that could adversely affect your business, stopping it from being able to serve customers or causing loss of valuable enterprise data. These events can result from application errors, human errors, malicious attacks, or infrastructure outages caused by natural disaster or hardware failure. You can mitigate against infrastructure […]

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Transferring data between AWS accounts using AWS DataSync

In today’s business world, enterprises work together through many different means. One of those ways is the sharing of data. Data can come in many different types, like data streams, structured databases, and basic file data. File data is a common data type within companies, and it can be difficult to transfer file data between […]

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Running Kubernetes cluster with Amazon EKS Distro across AWS Snowball Edge

AWS Snowball Edge customers are running applications for edge local data processing, analysis, and machine learning using Amazon EC2 compute instances on Snowball Edge devices in remote or disconnected locations. Customers use Snowball Edge devices in locations including, but not limited to, cruise ships, oil rigs, and factory floors with no or limited network connectivity. […]

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AWS Backup provides centralized data protection across your AWS resources

Today, on AWS Storage Day 2020, we are excited to announce AWS Backup supports backups of Amazon FSx file systems and Windows workloads running on EC2, adding to the growing list of features to enhance your data protection. Amazon FSx customers may now enjoy the automation, ease-of-use, and managed compliance protection service that AWS Backup […]

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Easy-to-use Amazon EFS integrations with AWS Compute services

Every day AWS customers launch Amazon EC2 instances using the Launch Instance Wizard (LIW). When launching instances to host applications like content management systems, data science notebooks, database backups, media workflows, and code repositories, you create and attach shared file systems like Amazon EFS to your instances. In the past, creating and attaching new Amazon […]

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Instant data sharing with Multi-Attach enabled Amazon EBS volumes

Mission-critical applications relying on highly performant and low latency access to data (such as business intelligence platforms) require resilient and highly available (HA) architecture. Implementing active-active and active-standby architectures with shared storage in cloud environments is now possible with introduction of EBS Multi-Attach enabled EBS volumes. Multi-Attach, coupled with Cluster Volume Manager (CVM), offers functionality […]

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Optimize price and performance with Amazon FSx for Lustre

Earlier this year, I blogged about the performance characteristics of Amazon FSx for Lustre persistent file systems. As with everything AWS, we never rest on our laurels and we continue to push the envelope and drive innovation. Recently, we launched a new lower-cost Hard Disk Drive (HDD) storage type for Amazon FSx for Lustre Persistent […]

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