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Deploying Jenkins on Amazon EKS with Amazon EFS

UPDATE (5/17/2021):  It looks like the Jenkins Helm repos have moved and the configurable parameters have been updated as well! You will need to modify the commands listed in the blog accordingly. Check out the new Jenkins helm repos and configurable parameters at the following links: https://github.com/jenkinsci/helm-charts/blob/main/charts/jenkins/README.md https://github.com/jenkinsci/helm-charts/blob/main/charts/jenkins/VALUES_SUMMARY.md Also, make sure your EKS cluster control […]

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Online Tech Talk July 27: Explore high-performance shared file storage for compute clusters

Don’t miss our AWS Online Storage Tech Talk on July 27, where an AWS expert covers reducing the cost of running compute-intensive workloads through high-performance storage using Amazon FSx for Lustre. This Tech Talk is at 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PT (2:00 PM – 3:00 PM ET). Fast parallel file systems can help your […]

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Auditing Amazon S3 encryption methods for object uploads in real time

Encryption of data at rest is increasingly necessary for maintaining compliance and providing another layer of protection for data against unauthorized access. Amazon S3 offers multiple methods for server-side encryption (SSE) of new objects in your bucket. As not all encryption options are equal, customers often ask how to track and control the method of […]

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Using Okta with multi-factor authentication for AWS Transfer for SFTP

Enterprises often use SFTP to provide third parties like vendors, partners, or offsite laboratories access to their data lakes for things like uploads, downloads, or distributing data exports to clients. AWS Transfer Family provides a fully managed SFTP (now expanded to offer FTPS and FTP) service for Amazon S3. The service frees you from managing […]

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Making it even simpler to get started with Amazon EFS

Today, we launched a significant update to the Amazon EFS management console. In this post, I talk about some of the new capabilities in the console, what you can do with them, and how they make it even easier for you to create and manage your EFS resources. Console overview Our main focus with this […]

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One way to migrate data from Azure Blob Storage to Amazon S3

Many businesses face situations where they must migrate their digital content, like images, text files, or data (from a database), from one place to another. More specifically, they may face mandates requiring a hybrid architecture or mixed-cloud solution. Certain cloud customers have faced the problem of not knowing how to move data from Azure Blob […]

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Automating cache refresh process for File Gateway on AWS Storage Gateway

For AWS Storage Gateway customers, keeping file shares up to date with changes in Amazon S3 buckets is important to ensure that users are not accessing stale data on their file shares. Previously, customers would either initiate a cache refresh for their file shares manually using an API or by managing a process that does […]

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AWS Storage Gateway provides simplified monitoring for File Gateway

Proactively monitoring your AWS Storage Gateway can keep you notified about performance issues and resource constraints if your workloads change over time. Monitoring can be used to indicate if you have network constraints, if the allocated cache storage is not sufficient, or if your root disk is not optimally handling increased workloads. In this post, […]

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Well-Architected approach to CloudEndure Disaster Recovery

Disaster recovery (DR) is a critical element of a company’s business continuity plan, enabling the quick resumption of IT operations and minimizing data loss if a disaster were to strike. Organizations often carry a high operational and cost burden to ensure continued operation of their applications, and databases in case of disaster. This includes operating […]

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Using high-performance storage for machine learning workloads on Kubernetes

Organizations are modernizing their applications by adopting containers and microservices-based architectures. Many customers are deploying high-performance workloads on containers to power microservices architecture, and require access to low latency and high throughput shared storage from these containers. Because containers are transient in nature, these long-running applications require data to be stored in durable storage. Amazon FSx […]

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