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Optimize your modern data architecture for sustainability: Part 2 – unified data governance, data movement, and purpose-built analytics

In the first part of this blog series, Optimize your modern data architecture for sustainability: Part 1 – data ingestion and data lake, we focused on the 1) data ingestion, and 2) data lake pillars of the modern data architecture. In this blog post, we will provide guidance and best practices to optimize the components […]

How to select a Region for your workload based on sustainability goals

The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud is a constantly expanding network of Regions and points of presence (PoP), with a global network infrastructure linking them together. The choice of Regions for your workload significantly affects your workload KPIs, including performance, cost, and carbon footprint. The Well-Architected Framework’s sustainability pillar offers design principles and best practices […]

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Let’s Architect! Architecting with Amazon DynamoDB

NoSQL databases are an essential part of the technology industry in today’s world. Why are we talking about NoSQL databases? NoSQL databases often allow developers to be in control of the structure of the data, and they are a good fit for big data scenarios and offer fast performance. In this issue of Let’s Architect!, […]

Building event-driven architectures with IoT sensor data

The Internet of Things (IoT) brings sensors, cloud computing, analytics, and people together to improve productivity and efficiency. It empowers customers with the intelligence they need to build new services and business models, improve products and services over time, understand their customers’ needs to provide better services, and improve customer experiences. Business operations become more […]

Author Spotlight: Luca Mezzalira, Principal Serverless Specialist Solutions Architect

The Author Spotlight series pulls back the curtain on some of AWS’s most prolific authors. Read on to find out more about our very own Luca Mezzalira’s journey, in his own words! My name is Luca, and I’m a Principal Serverless Specialist Solutions Architect—probably the longest job title I’ve ever had in my 20-year career […]

Solution overview for automating regenie workflows on AWS

Genomics workflows, Part 1: automated launches

Genomics workflows are high-performance computing workloads. Traditionally, they run on-premises with a collection of scripts. Scientists run and manage these workflows manually, which slows down the product development lifecycle. Scientists spend time to administer workflows and handle errors on a day-to-day basis. They also lack sufficient compute capacity on-premises. In Part 1 of this series, […]

Reference architecture for near real-time recommendations

Architecting near real-time personalized recommendations with Amazon Personalize

Delivering personalized customer experiences enables organizations to improve business outcomes such as acquiring and retaining customers, increasing engagement, driving efficiencies, and improving discoverability. Developing an in-house personalization solution can take a lot of time, which increases the time it takes for your business to launch new features and user experiences. In this post, we show […]

Architecture diagram depicting the data flow of the self-service usage reports

Why Signeasy chose AWS Serverless to build their SaaS dashboard

Signeasy is a leading eSignature company that offers an easy-to-use, cross-platform and cloud-based eSignature and document transaction management software as a service (SaaS) solution for businesses. Over 43,000 companies worldwide use Signeasy to digitize and streamline business workflows. In this blog, you will learn why and how Signeasy used AWS Serverless to create a SaaS […]

Accelerating Well-Architected Framework reviews using integrated AWS Trusted Advisor insights

In this blog, we will explain how the new AWS Well-Architected integration with AWS Trusted Advisor can give you insights to accelerate your cloud optimization. Customers that have the most success in their cloud adoption recognize that optimizing their cloud architecture and operations is not a one-time effort. Optimization is a continuous improvement virtuous cycle […]

IBM Cloud Pak for Integration on ROSA architecture

Deploying IBM Cloud Pak for integration on Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS

Customers across many industries use IBM integration software, such as IBM MQ, DataPower, API Connect, and App Connect, as the backbone that integrates and orchestrates their business-critical workloads. These customers often tell Amazon Web Services (AWS), they want to migrate their applications to AWS Cloud, as part of their business strategy: to lower costs, gain […]