AWS Storage Blog

FORMULA 1 transfers race car data into AWS using AWS DataSync

At FORMULA 1, time is always of the essence, whether that be on-track at our Event Technical Centre or back at our Media & Technology Centre in Kent, UK. As the Cloud Team Lead at FORMULA 1, I am responsible for defining, designing, and implementing workloads across the cloud estate, including security, platform, project, networking, […]

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Migrating your Microsoft Windows clusters to AWS using CloudEndure Migration

Many organizations leverage Windows Server Failover Cluster (WSFC) with shared storage to build a group of servers that work together. This enables them to increase the availability of their applications and services, ensuring that they serve their own customers effectively and that they consistently remain fully operational. Customers often migrate their clusters to AWS to […]

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AWS re:Invent recap: Extend Amazon S3 to on-premises environments with AWS Outposts

While we could not meet with you in person at re:Invent this year, we hope that you enjoyed joining us for our first ever virtual re:Invent – enabling you to get the full re:Invent experience from home, and for free. In this blog post, I highlight Amazon S3 on Outposts, launched on September 30, 2020 […]

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Implementing a backup solution with AWS Storage Gateway

Backups are the insurance policy for our data. We hope to never use them, but if the time comes when we need them, they had better be there for us. At a high level, there are two different variations: local and offsite. A local backup can be as simple as copying data to another physical […]

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Securing AWS Transfer Family with AWS Web Application Firewall and Amazon API Gateway

AWS Transfer Family is a fully managed, serverless file transfer service for Amazon S3 and Amazon EFS. The service provides you with the flexibility to authenticate your file transfer client users using credentials stored in an identity provider (IdP) of your choice. You can achieve this by integrating an Amazon API Gateway endpoint backed by an AWS Lambda function that […]

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Secure data recovery with cross-account backup and Cross-Region copy using AWS Backup

There are many benefits to using more than one AWS account, including resource and operational isolation, disaster recovery (DR), security boundaries, and cost tracking. Having a multi-account strategy is critical to maintaining business continuity and achieving regulatory compliance. Protecting and securing business-critical data in the cloud can be complex, challenging, and time-consuming. Customers want a […]

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re:Invent

AWS Storage sessions at AWS re:Invent 2020-2021: Week 4

AWS re:Invent 2020-2021 kicked off in December 2020 as a free, multiple-week virtual conference (don’t forget to register), running from November 30 to December 18, 2020, and January 12 to January 14, 2021. While Las Vegas has been re:Invent’s home for years, we are excited to keep the re:Invent tradition going in this virtual format […]

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Making it even simpler to create and manage your AWS Snow Family jobs

Customers use AWS Snow Family devices to run storage, compute, and data-processing operations in austere environments with inconsistent (or no) network connectivity. The AWS Snow Family, comprised of AWS Snowcone and AWS Snowball, offers a number of physical devices and capacity points, most with built-in computing capabilities. These devices help physically transport up to exabytes […]

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AWS re:Invent recap: On-premises access to cloud storage with AWS Storage Gateway

In December 2020, I presented a session at AWS re:Invent: “Get on-premises access to cloud storage in minutes with AWS Storage Gateway.” AWS Storage Gateway is a hybrid cloud storage service that provides on-premises access to virtually unlimited cloud storage. In my session, I talked about how you can use Storage Gateway to overcome on-premises […]

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Clustered storage simplified: GFS2 on Amazon EBS Multi-Attach enabled volumes

One of the design patterns for high availability of mission critical applications is the use of shared storage. This architectural pattern enables you to access storage from multiple hosts simultaneously, making your applications resilient to node failures. Customers with demanding transaction processing systems, analytics workloads, or high performance computing clusters need highly available, high-performance storage […]

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