AWS Partner Network (APN) Blog
Being digital requires DevOps at scale to rapidly adopt new technologies, transform legacy applications, innovate faster, and respond swiftly to ever-changing customer needs. Learn how DevOps can be implemented via tools like LTI’s Infinity DevOps, a self-service, scalable DevOps platform designed to provide faster, stable, and continuous deliveries to create leaner automated processes and accelerate delivery and productivity.
Since the release of Amazon EC2 Mac instances, AWS customers have been able to access on-demand Apple Mac devices in the AWS Cloud. In collaboration with Jamf, an AWS Partner and leader in Apple device management, AWS has developed integration between the Amazon EC2 Mac instances and Jamf Pro to simplify managing, securing, and configuring EC2 Mac instances. Learn how to configure AWS and Jamf accounts to automatically enroll EC2 Mac into Jamf Pro EC2 Mac instances when they are launched.
Appian is a low-code software development platform for building applications and business processes with little to no coding, and Appian Government Cloud (AGC) accelerates timelines to go live by ensuring mission-critical applications’ underlying infrastructure and backend processes are secure. With AGC, learn how mission owners at the U.S Department of Defense can place their focus on the missions at hand, with the confidence their cloud workloads will be managed properly.
AWS and its backup partners continue to innovate to meet customer needs, and one example is the Amazon EBS direct APIs. Learn more about these APIs and how they transformed the Clumio solution. This post discusses issues the EBS direct APIs were created to solve and how Clumio used them to improve its cloud backup solution. We’ll show how Clumio and the EBS direct APIs work together to provide a powerful solution to solve customer data protection challenges.
Every SaaS architecture must introduce mechanisms and policies that prevent noisy neighbor conditions. Getting these policies right is essential to building a robust SaaS solution that delivers a consistent experience to customers. This post looks at the different strategies that can be used to introduce the throttles (transaction rate) and quotas (transaction volume) that manage each tenant’s activity, exploring the various AWS services that can be used to bring these concepts to life.
Next in our “10 Years of Success” series is Appian, an AWS Competency Partner whose unified low-code platform combines process mining, workflows, and automation to help customers build cloud-native applications and workflows. We spoke with Marc Wilson, Founder and Chief Partner Officer at Appian, about the company’s 10-year transformation, its role as key players in the low-code platform market, and what APN resources Appian has found most valuable as an AWS Partner.
We are thrilled to announce the AWS Smart City Competency, which will deliver world-class AWS Partner recommendations to customers searching to build and deploy innovative smart city solutions. The AWS Smart City Competency will differentiate highly specialized AWS Partners with a demonstrated deep technical expertise and proven track record of customer success within the Smart City use cases.
VMware Cloud on AWS allows customers to migrate their workloads faster without having to refactor or change any application code or logic. Many MSPs have built highly successful businesses on VMware Cloud Director-powered clouds running in their own data centers. These MSPs have earned trust with their customers over many years as trusted advisors and partners. Explore some of the challenges MSPs face and how using multi tenancy with VMware Cloud Director Service can help address them.
We are excited to announce the general availability of AWS Incident Detection and Response, a new add-on to AWS Enterprise Support that’s enabled under the AWS Solution Provider Program and AWS Distribution Program. This leverages the proven operational, enhanced monitoring, and incident management capabilities used internally by AWS teams and externally by AWS Managed Services (AMS). Enrollment into AWS Incident Detection and Response is available October 1, 2022.
As direct to customer (D2C) gains popularity among retailers, there’s an increasing need to mix online and offline experiences to improve customer engagements and sentiment. One such popular channel is popup stores. This post explores a Capgemini solution that uses Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help retailers engage with customers in a smart way. The solution leverages deep learning to enhance the customer experience through gamification and provides key insights and marketing leads to retailers.