AWS at the Edge: A Cloud Without Boundaries
Edge computing moves data processing and analysis close to endpoints where data is generated, to deliver real-time responsiveness and reduce the cost associated with transferring large amounts of data. AWS Outposts is designed for workloads that need to remain on premises due to low-latency or local data processing requirements, where customers want that workload to run seamlessly with the rest of their other workloads in AWS.
AWS Outposts: a pricing analysis
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At re:Invent, AWS formally launched Outposts, a managed private cloud service that provides a hardware and software stack built on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) public cloud expertise, but hosted in an on-premises datacenter. In this analysis, we find Outposts to be a relatively small premium compared with its public cloud offering, EC2, and thus good value considering enterprise desire for hybrid cloud.
This whitepaper discusses architecture considerations and recommended practices that IT managers and system architects can apply to build highly available on-premises application environments with AWS Outposts rack.
Outposts vs. Traditional On-Premises Infrastructure
Discover how running on AWS Outposts rack compares to traditional on premises infrastructure solutions.
With the addition of AWS Outposts rack to the AWS product offering, Cisco customers now can use Cisco’s hybrid-cloud solution to easily connect AWS Outposts rack instances to their existing fabrics and leverage consistent policy-driven automation to connect workloads residing on premises and/or in AWS Regions.
AWS Outposts rack brings fully managed AWS infrastructure and services to virtually any customer site to support modernization of manufacturing workloads and business critical plant floor applications.
Health care industries are looking to provide timely value-based care to their patients. This solution brief describes how AWS Outposts rack brings the benefits of the cloud on premises to support low latency, local data processing, and local storage requirements so healthcare companies can deliver better patient outcomes and differentiated services that set their businesses apart.
You can now use AWS CloudFormation templates to create and manage Amazon S3 on Outposts resources, like buckets, endpoints, and access points.
You can deploy Microsoft SQL Server on Outposts for low latency workloads that need to be run in close proximity to your on-premises data and applications. Learn how.
You can now use CloudEndure Migration to migrate on-premises applications and other workloads to AWS Outposts. This blog post also demonstrates how CloudEndure Migration and AWS Outposts allow on-premises migrations to the cloud without workloads and data having to leave your facility.
This blog post discusses several Outposts-centric deployment patterns enabled by CloudEndure, their benefits, and associated architectures capable of facilitating Disaster Recovery (DR) on AWS Outposts.
Learn what customers can expect when planning, ordering, and accepting delivery of AWS Outposts.
You can now provision an Application Load Balancer (ALB) on AWS Outposts to automatically distribute incoming network traffic across multiple targets on your Outposts, such as Amazon EC2 instances, containers, and IP addresses.
AWS Outposts private connectivity creates a VPN connection from your Outposts to your AWS Region over AWS Direct Connect—minimizing public internet exposure and simplifying firewall configurations.
AWS Outposts: Networking Foundations
In this tech talk, we will deep dive into the networking foundations for AWS Outposts rack and how to connect your AWS Outposts rack to the parent AWS Region. We will also cover how you can seamlessly connect your on-premises network to AWS Outposts rack for low latency access to local resources.
Listen to this tech talk hosted by AWS and IDC analysts Deepak Mohan and Richard L. Villars to learn more about how AWS Outposts will drive the next stage of cloud driven innovation on premises.
Planning an AWS Outposts Implementation
Level: Intermediate | Time: 80 Minutes
In this course, you will learn about implementation planning for AWS Outposts rack, including facilities requirements, networking requirements, Outposts security responsibility, and planning where to deploy your code. You learn how Outposts rack works with AWS Regions and on-premises systems. Finally, you learn about how Outposts rack integrates with other AWS services you may want to use.
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Learn how AWS Outposts rack meets a range of use cases that are not yet suited to cloud but may be held back by traditional on-premises infrastructure.
Learn how AWS provides specific solutions to meet the low-latency, local data processing, and data residency needs of healthcare and life sciences organizations.
Learn how to use AWS infrastructure and services to store or process data in a specific location.
Learn more about how AWS Outposts rack can help you deliver the next great game development and capture a new generation of demanding online players.