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Analytical processing of millions of cell images using Amazon EFS and Amazon S3

Analytical workloads such as batch processing, high performance computing, or machine learning inference often have high IOPS and low latency requirements but operate at irregular intervals on subsets of large datasets. Typically, data is manually copied between storage tiers in preparation of processing, which can be cumbersome and error-prone. Given this, IT teams want to […]

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Synchronize your Oracle databases quickly and easily with Amazon FSx for OpenZFS

Synchronizing a fleet of Oracle database environments can become a major operational burden for organizations of all sizes. In this blog post, I explain how you can reduce operational complexity, improve agility, and reduce costs by using Amazon FSx for OpenZFS to clone your Oracle Database data across multiple environments in seconds. IT operations teams […]

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Allowing external users to securely and directly upload files to Amazon S3

Organizations are often required to store files, images, and other digital assets in a repository. In many cases, the source of these files are partners or individuals who are not connected to internal systems and requires corporate authentication in order to upload the files. Customers traditionally use servers to handle file uploads, which can use […]

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How Trend Micro uses Amazon S3 Object Lambda to help keep sensitive data secure

Does your application handle data that is uploaded by hundreds of thousands of end users? Is that same underlying data then shared across the same magnitude of users? Being able to scan data for malware before it’s returned to an application helps keep sensitive data secure, provides protection regardless of when the data was initially […]

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Compressing and archiving logs to the Amazon S3 Glacier storage classes

In distributed architectures, there is often a need to preserve application logs, and for AWS customers preservation is often done via an Amazon S3 bucket. The logs may contain information on runtime transactions, error/failure states, or application metrics and statistics. These logs are later used in business intelligence to provide useful insights and generate dashboards, […]

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How SkyWatch built its satellite imagery solution using AWS Lambda and Amazon EFS

SkyWatch is on a mission to democratize remote sensing data through a simple user experience. Every day, trillions of pixels of Earth observation imagery are captured by satellites orbiting our planet. New applications for this data are developed every week, with demand increasing across many industries. Examples include commercial applications, such as construction, finance, and […]

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Creating a scalable disaster recovery plan with AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery

IT disruptions can occur for many reasons, including human error, weather, or a cyber attack. Enterprises need to have a solution in place that will get them up and running quickly with minimal downtime. When orchestrating disaster recovery at scale, it is important to automate recovery plans as much as possible. This allows for a […]

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Using AWS DataSync to move data from Hadoop to Amazon S3

You want to leverage cloud scalability, increase cost efficiency by paying only for utilized storage, decouple big data storage from processing, and increase capabilities for data analytics and machine learning using AWS. But how do you move your Hadoop cluster? To accelerate this transition, AWS DataSync recently launched support for moving data between Hadoop Distributed […]

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How Cohesity uses Amazon EBS direct APIs to accelerate application backup and recovery times

When backing up applications, AWS Backup and Restore Partners seek methods that minimize complexity and reduce costs for their customers. Most backup applications protect Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes using EBS snapshots as a part of Amazon EC2 protection feature. For backups with long term retention, backup applications offer additional streaming backup capabilities that […]

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Caching data using Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP

Accessing network attached storage (NAS) over long distances can introduce latency that can potentially impact business processes, slow down engineering jobs, and increase costs. Often only a small percent of the dataset needs to be accessed at any given time, allowing caching data locally to solve these challenges without replicating the full dataset. This is […]

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