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How Discover accelerates data ingestion using AWS PrivateLink for Amazon S3

Discover Financial Services (NYSE: DFS) is a digital banking and payment services company with one of the most recognizable brands in US financial services. Since its inception in 1986, Discover has become one of the largest card issuers in the United States. We are proud members of the platform team at Discover, where we are responsible […]

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Automate and improve your security posture using AWS Backup and AWS PrivateLink

Enterprises set up their AWS environment preconfigured in-line with organizational security policies, compliance, and detective and preventive controls codified right from the beginning. Furthermore, enterprises want to access cloud-native services in a manner similar to how they have been consuming services in the past, from within their own secured networking environment according to their security […]

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Amazon S3

Protect and manage Dell EMC PowerScale data on Amazon S3

Many customers across several industries use Dell EMC PowerScale to store various kinds of files over SMB, NFS, and HDFS protocols. Common workflows include building and analyzing data lakes, content production creation, genomics sequencing, and image rendering. Implementing and maintaining an efficient and secure data backup for Dell EMC PowerScale in the cloud is necessary […]

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Update your AWS Transfer Family server endpoint type from VPC_ENDPOINT to VPC

In January 2020, AWS Transfer Family launched the VPC endpoint type, which gave customers the ability to host their Transfer Family server endpoints within their VPC using a single API call. If you were using Transfer Family with AWS PrivateLink before this launch, you are probably using the VPC_ENDPOINT endpoint type. After May 19, 2021, […]

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Amazon S3

AWS Partners use AWS PrivateLink to connect privately to Amazon S3

Many customers use applications from the AWS Partner ecosystem for a range of use cases, including data lakes, data analytics, data warehousing, backup and restore, archive, and more. Certain security-conscious applications running in on-premises data centers need private access to Amazon S3 without going over the internet or using public IPs. Traditionally, to achieve this […]

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