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Authenticating to AWS Transfer Family with Azure Active Directory and AWS Lambda

Managing users at scale across multiple systems can become a time-intensive process, adding undue burden to system administrators. User management is increasingly complex when customers operate file transfer workloads that share data across different internal and external partners. Imagine a company with dozens of systems that transfer data between each other. If each system has […]

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How Arc XP lowered data transfer costs by $500k per year with Amazon CloudFront and Lambda@Edge on AWS

The Washington Post, an American daily newspaper company, delivers digital news content using Arc XP’s digital experience platform. Arc XP originated in The Post and has grown into a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) business used by publishers, broadcasters, and brands to create, host, and monetize engaging content for over 1,500 websites globally. Photo Center is an Arc […]

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King Hamad University Hospital and Bahrain Oncology Center use Amazon S3 to store millions of medical images

King Hamad University Hospital (KHUH) and Bahrain Oncology Center is a 600-bed-hospital in Bahrain. Over a period of eleven years, KHUH accumulated around 1 million medical image studies, resulting in around 476 million files, with a total data volume of 48 TB. Read part 1 of the blog series to learn about the architecture King […]

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Secure and process raw data transfers at scale with AWS Transfer Family

Ibexlabs is an AWS Advanced Consulting Partner with 100+ AWS certifications covering four competencies and seven service delivery programs. As an AWS Partner with competencies in AWS Security and AWS Level 1 Managed Security Services, and as an AWS Well-Architected Partner, Ibexlabs applies AWS best practices to design and build cloud solutions that meet the […]

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Run queries up to 9x faster using Trino with Amazon S3 Select on Amazon EMR

Customers building data lakes continue to innovate in the ways that they store and access their data. For these customers, performance is critical, particularly when they are accessing large amounts of data. For example, data scientists, data analysts, and data engineers running queries from open source frameworks like Trino want to accelerate access to their […]

Restoring archived objects at scale from the Amazon S3 Glacier storage classes

Every organization around the world has archival data. There is a data archiving need not only for companies that have been around for a while, but also for digital native businesses. Workloads such as medical records, news media content, and manufacturing datasets, often store petabytes – or billions of objects indefinitely. The vast majority of […]

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Using presigned URLs to identify per-requester usage of Amazon S3

Many software-as-a-service (SaaS) product offerings have a pay-as-you-go pricing model, charging customers only for the resources consumed. However, a pay-as-you-go pricing is only viable when you can accurately track each customer’s use of resources, such as compute capacity, storage, and networking bandwidth. Without this data, SaaS providers do not have visibility into resource consumption of […]

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Customize file delivery notifications using AWS Transfer Family managed workflows

Enterprises and organizations that transfer files, both internally and with external parties, can benefit from having file-processing protocols that facilitate efficient and transparent file-transfer management. When transferring files, especially at scale, it is important to have visibility into the status of file transfer, and for you to able to process files as you receive them. […]

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Managing AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery launch templates at scale

It’s important to have a disaster recovery (DR) plan in place that helps operations continue in the event of a natural, physical, or technology-based disaster. To increase the chances of success in the case of an outage event, recovery should be repeatable, scalable, and tested often. Without the proper tools in place, setting up such […]

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Modify images cached in Amazon CloudFront using Amazon S3 Object Lambda

Delivering optimized content is critical to a positive end user experience. As data access requirements evolve, the end user may need a transformed version of the original content. The transformations may include masking an image’s metadata, watermarking, or resizing an image before returning it to the user. The object should be stored in its original […]