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Deploying Amazon FSx for Windows File Server into a shared VPC

As enterprises continue to move more of their application footprint to the cloud, they quickly realize that they need a solution for their file data. While many modern applications are built to interact with API driven storage services, like object stores, NoSQL, or graph databases (among others), there are still a large number of workloads […]

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Novetta delivers IoT and Machine Learning to the edge for disaster response

During disaster response, maintaining high safety standards is paramount. Knowing the location of personnel, vehicles, and equipment is critical to maximizing the effectiveness of first responders and supporting safety efforts. Tracking the location of these resources across a complex response, with participation from multiple organizations, can be challenging. Responding organizations often lack interoperability with local, […]

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Online Tech Talk April 23: Persistent storage for containers with Amazon EFS

Don’t miss our AWS Online Storage Tech Talk on April 23, where an AWS expert covers persistent storage for containers using Amazon EFS. This Tech Talk is at 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM PT (12:00 PM – 1:00 PM ET). Building containerized applications at-scale requires data storage solutions that are highly accessible and enables high-performance […]

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Migrate to Amazon FSx for Windows File Server using AWS DataSync

Many customers have on-premises file storage infrastructure for their Windows workloads that they want to get out of having to constantly maintain. There is a certain hassle involved with backing up, patching, monitoring, and maintaining the hardware and software that they reasonably want to avoid – it is a cost and time drain. Customers have […]

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Deploying SaaS applications faster at lower cost with Amazon EFS

We’ve heard from independent software vendor (ISV) customers that there are multiple decisions they must consider in deploying their SaaS applications. These considerations range from Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) to impact on operations and agility. In addition, they have mentioned they must also address security, auditability, high availability, and data protection, which can all […]

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Use IP whitelisting to secure your AWS Transfer for SFTP servers

AWS customers across a wide variety of industries must often exchange data with other organizations using the standard SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). Examples of such data include financial records, media files, or sensitive information such as health records or personal finance data. SFTP provides a mature and secure transport mechanism for transporting these files, […]

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ShootProof boosts photo upload speeds with Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration

ShootProof provides easy online tools that help photographers share their work, sell their work, and grow their businesses. While we’re based in Atlanta, we’re proud to be available ‘wherever you are’ for our photographer customers. Every month, we serve tens of thousands of photographers, and today our clients can be found in 38 countries. ShootProof […]

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Protect your file and backup archives using AWS DataSync and Amazon S3 Glacier

As the amount of data being generated on-premises continues to grow, so does the demand for more storage to house file and backup archives. If you follow common backup methodologies and have multiple backups in different locations, then you likely have a lot of cold data sitting on-premises in disk storage or in physical tape […]

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AWS Storage Gateway adds File Gateway audit logs

As customers expand their use of cloud services, they must often align their security and compliance processes with existing enterprise requirements. In a hybrid cloud storage environment that includes both on-premises storage and cloud storage, it can be challenging for customers to monitor user activity related to their data. This is particularly the case as […]

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Teespring controls its legacy data using Amazon S3

Do you know exactly what’s in all of your Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) buckets? Do all of your objects have the correct set of object tags applied? Have you set up lifecycle rules to ensure your current and future objects are managed automatically for you? If you answered “yes” to all of the […]

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