tma-vmware
7:39

On the next This Is My Architecture, learn about the architecture powering VMware Cloud on AWS. We will show how VMware uses multiple AWS services, including S3, CloudFormation, IAM, Lambda, and the new EC2 i3.metal instance type, to deliver a solution that combines the consistency and compatibility of VMware software with the global scale of AWS. You will see how VMware securely manages services such as VPC route tables and ENIs in customer-owned accounts with cross-account IAM roles, and how they establish low-latency, high-throughput connectivity between AWS accounts and on-premises environments.

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tma-jandi
6:46

JANDI is a SaaS based enterprise collaboration service from Tosslab. In this episode, Sangrok, head of development, will talk about their message streaming platform which a core component of their service designed for ensuring their service availability even under heavy workload.

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tma-warnerbros
6:52

On the next This Is My Architecture, Vahram from Warner Bros. Technology shows us how they built a cost-effective system to process many terabytes of log data per month for over 225 AWS accounts spanning multiple AWS Regions. You'll see how they use Kinesis Firehose, Lambda, S3, and 3rd-party tools to collect, transform, store, and deliver logs from multiple services at scale.

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tma-accenture
5:14

On the next This Is My Architecture, Tom from Accenture Cloud Platform explains their design for a serverless system to discover AWS resources in customer accounts. Accenture built a scalable solution that quickly discovers changes across hundreds of AWS accounts by using CloudWatch, API Gateway, S3, Elasticsearch, and thousands of simultaneous Lambda functions. Accenture Cloud Platform helps large customers with their governance, cost analytics, resource visibility, and infrastructure management needs in the cloud.

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tma-sparkpost
5:04

Sparkpost is a trusted email service provider, delivering 25% of the world's non-spam email. They faced unique challenges in designing a scalable system that could handle large volumes of outbound mail for their customers, with MTA IP addresses the primary constraint. In this video, George Schlossnagle, Sparkpost CTO explains how they broke down a monolith to create a loosely coupled architecture on AWS, using ELB, EC2 and SQS.

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tma-fox
6:08

Fox Network Engineering and Operations group collects, prepares, and packages all incoming media for multiplatform distribution, and creates the substantial infrastructure that supports this distribution. They have created an AWS-resident resource management system to share media processing workloads across the group's existing facility and AWS to dynamically provision and scale resources as required and to automate the entire flow of their media supply chain. The presentation will help you understand how this paradigm shift not only allowed Fox to migrate from a capital-intensive operation to an operational expenditure (OPEX) model, but also how it gives Fox the agility to spin up new services on demand to reach revenue sooner and match infrastructure spending directly to revenue generation.

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tma-quickstart
7:54

On the next This Is My Architecture, our own Quick Start team walks us through their design for SQL Server 2017 on EC2. Quick Starts are automated, gold standard reference deployments that make it easy for customers to deploy complex solutions on AWS. You'll learn how our Quick Start team uses CloudFormation stack nesting for modular design, allowing customers to customize and quickly launch enterprise-grade SQL Server deployments on AWS. Like SQL Server on Amazon RDS, the SQL Server 2017 Quick Start can use AWS Directory Service for Microsoft Active Directory domain management. It differs in that it uses Always On Availability Groups and Windows Server Failover Clusters to provide HA and DR.We'll explain how it is multi-AZ out of the box, and also how it can be extended across 3 Availability Zones and potentially multiple regions.

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tma-experian
6:10

On the next This Is My Architecture, Danny from Experian explains how they moved from a monolithic architecture on-premises, to an event-driven microservices system in the cloud. You'll learn about how they use ECS, SNS, SQS and DynamoDB to power their next-generation architecture. You'll also hear how they underwent a cultural change to match the tech, by breaking their teams up into smaller groups, each responsible for a set of microservices, leading to easier deployments, reduced dependencies, and faster development.

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tma-ntt_docomo
3:52

Jun from NTT DOCOMO explains how they built secure and scalable data warehouse to handle over four petabytes of data. You will learn about how to satisfy both of security and scalability by using Redshift, S3, VPC, and more

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tma-london stock exchange
4:37

Learn how the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) built and secured a data warehouse and a front-end API using Cognito, API Gateway, AWS Elastic Beanstalk, Lambda Functions, Redshift, Elasticsearch, ElastiCache, RDS, and EMR. The data warehouse stores 20 years of historical data, and is accessible through web clients and an API. Originally forecast to be built in 18 months, the system was up and running in production form in less than 5.

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1:30

Ever wonder what it takes to get a perfect This is My Architecture video? Check out some of our silly behind the scenes footage!

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tma-six nines
5:18

Six Nines created a solution using CloudFormation, EC2 and S3 that made it easy for data scientists within their customer base to create and run HPC clusters. Previously, for their customers in Research and Development, HPC compute resource contention and the long duration of test and simulation jobs were a real business challenge. SixNines created an automated management solution that allows the customer to easily create and run a cluster, parallelise their HPC test jobs, using up to 60 x EC2 P3 instances and reduce R&D job run time from 12 hours down to 2 hours.

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tma-uol
6:03

PagSeguro, part of UOL, wanted to provide network address portability for containers hosted in AWS, using the same layer 3 network as that used on-premise. They built a solution that uses AWS EC2 with Calico software, with Apache Mesos for container management and a Mikrotik router appliance on EC2, provided via the AWS Marketplace. Each EC2 instance has calico software installed to allow containers to move from one EC2 host to another and keep network connectivity. This solution gave them the required level of network integration between their AWS and on-premise networks.

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tma-cleardata
4:51

ClearDATA built a solution that provides their customers with additional AWS security controls to ensure that changes made on the customer's account are in accordance with their security policy. The solution uses an event processing pipeline that takes CloudWatch events data then routes, analyses that data to identify and remedial actions required. ClearData built this system using AWS Lambda, Kinesis Streams, Kinesis Firehose, ECS and Step Functions.

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tma-hdfc
9:56

Sanjay from HDFC Standard Life walks us through the architecture behind their real-time recommendation engine. A hybrid scenario spanning on-premesis datacenters as well the AWS Mumbai region, and consisting of multiple tools including S3, Lambda, Athena Spark on EMR, DynamoDB and Apache NiFi.

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tma-usatoday
6:16

On this episode of This Is My Architecture, Greg from Gannett | USA TODAY Network explains how they test over 100 mobile applications using AWS Device Farm. Gannett | USA TODAY Network serves 109 news markets around the US, and deploys updates to the associated 100+ mobile applications multiple times a day. At this scale, performing functional tests and visual QA to make sure that your mobile applications look right on all device types and screen resolutions can be a challenge. They address this by using AWS Device Farm, Jenkins on EC2, Artifactory, and Applitools to test at scale and automate much of the workflow.

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tma-betterment
5:02

Jon from Betterment explains how Betterment built their AWS infrastructure to support two separate use cases: advanced metrics and data analysis with Redshift, and Glacier for compliance. We'll learn how they stream data from multiple apps with Kinesis, process with Lambda, and store in both Redshift and Glacier to support their dual requirements

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tma-ge
6:19

Predix Platform from GE Digital implemented Open Service Broker API on EC2 to present standard, consistent services to their developers, who develop container-based applications on AWS. Their developers needed to manage state for those applications (e.g. session state data). Predix Platform used AWS Elasticache with Redis then presented it to developers via the service broker based on open service broker. This allowed developers to easily create Redis clusters with standard, pre-configured parameters, sizing and network security. To manage data security on their multi-tenant solution, they used the Redis Auth Key.

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tma-centurylink
5:34

How do you go about setting up new physical fiber connectivity into AWS using Direct Connect? AWS had to do just that to support the re:Invent conference in Las Vegas. A special This is My Architecture where AWS is the customer, and CenturyLink is the partner making this connectivity possible and supporting the event for Live video streaming, WiFi internet connectivity, and AWS region access.

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tma-aviatrix
6:31

Sherry from Aviatrix talks about the evolution of connecting many AWS VPCs and regions to on premise datacenters. With architectures like services and transport VPC, policy driven VPN connectivity simplifies the setup process, enforce network segmentation and extending the global reach. No BGP runs in the Spoke VPCs.

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tma-soracom
7:46

Term "telecom-grade" is often used to describe high-end systems that provide extreme reliability and availability. SORACOM has built a telecom-grade IoT platform on top of AWS, including a cloud-native cellular core network that enables various kinds of connected devices.

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tma-redhat_openshift
6:52

Nicholas Gerasimatos introduces core concepts supporting Container Native Storage and application high availability using Red Hat Gluster Storage and Heketi, RESTful based volume management, with Openshift Container Platform on AWS.

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tma-weaveworks
4:33

Learn how Weaveworks monitors clusters of containers at scale using a highly available, multi-tenant system built on AWS.

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tma-condenast
5:45

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Marco Viganò demonstrates how they built a serverless Machine Learning recommendation engine for their over-30-million monthly visitors of Vanity Fair Italy website.

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tma-weka
6:18

Liran from WekaIO explains how Matrix and Amazon EC2 provide AWS customers with All Flash Array file performance, massive scalability, and multi-AZ resiliency. 

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tma-buzzfeed
5:13

Matt Reiferson from Buzzfeed talks about how they build a custom deployment platform powered by Amazon ECS. You'll hear how they handle each deployment: from local workstations, to Terraform, to ECR, to ECS: all glued together with Route 53, and backed by Elasticache and RDS.

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tma-redhat_ansible
5:22

Red Hat: Use Ansible to Achieve a Steady State of Operations Join Senior Software Engineer Ryan Brown to learn more about the use of Ansible for application deployment, systems management, and orchestration.

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tma-zocdoc
5:56

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Zhen from ZocDoc talks us through how they rebuilt parts of their monolith on Amazon ECS: with the goal of each response being less than 100 miliseconds. We'll cover why they chose to rewrite, why they picked such an ambitious request time, and how they rebuilt with ECS, Kinesis, Lambda and DynamoDB to achieve their user experience goals. 

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tma-periscope
2:50

On this episode of This is My Architecture, Tom O'Neill, CTO and co-founder at Periscope Data shows us how they built an data ingestion and modeling engine using the power of Amazon Redshift. With a clever caching approach, their architecture enables everyone from CEOs to data analysts to deliver interactive dashboards backed by billions of rows of data at the speed of today's business.

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tma-verizon_wireless
5:00

Verizon Wireless leverages Amazon EC2 Container Service (Amazon ECS) to deliver a rich mobile messaging experience to millions of customers, across both east and west coast AWS regions. Distinguished MTS Jeff Lin shares his architecture, including how to route messages between east and west coast AWS regions.

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tma-dow
5:56

Scott from Dow Jones talks about their Jenkins based automated deployment pipeline setup across multiple AWS accounts. With master-slave based Jenkins setup, Scott's team is able to roll their infrastructure and changes in AWS in a secure, auditable, consistent and scripted fashion, while controlling security and access from a single account. Scott also highlights hostname dispatcher workflow that Dow Jones uses to assign hostnames in AWS.

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tma-symantec
5:35

Richard from Symantec talks about their solution for deploying software updates across multiple accounts and multiple regions. This architecture allows for several Symantec products to ship updates into fully baked immutable AMIs in all their target environments simultaneously. They've also made this available as open source! Learn more here.

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tma-peloton
4:42

In this episode, Yony from Peloton walks us through how they use ALB and EC2 to power their cycling leaderboards. We'll talk about how you can aggregate lots of data from a ton of different sources, like in home riders vs in studio, and how you can sort and use all that data to power advanced metrics.

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tma-corelogic
4:08

Many batch workloads don't need to be persistent. In this episode of This is My Architecture, CoreLogic describes how they replaced their EC2 fleet with spot instances and use a worker pattern to reduce their compute costs by 90%

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tma-arg
7:17

Neha from the AWS Security Automated Reasoning Group explains how her team built new rules for AWS Config and Amazon Macie. You'll learn about semantics-based reasoning and formal verification techniques, and how we use these at AWS to improve and automate security, both internally and for customers.

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tma-nib
5:18

Regulated workloads need more than rock solid security to be compliant. In this episode of This is my Architecture, Adam from CMD Solutions and Mat from nib health funds talk us through a clever way to use Step Functions to automatically spin up as well tear down security posture. Apart from services like IAM, CloudWatch and CloudTrail to maintain full auditability, you'll learn how to use Lambda tie it all together.

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tma-tableau
7:14

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Russell Christopher, Product Manager at Tableau Software, explains how they built Tableau Online, their fully hosted analytics platform in the cloud. You'll learn about how leveraged EC2 Windows and multiple data stores including PostgreSQL, ElastiCache Redis, and Amazon S3 to build a scalable, multi-tenant solution on AWS.

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tma-f5
4:45

Robert from F5 talks about their WAF solution and how they have made the transition from an on-premises device to an auto-scaled virtual appliance on AWS. Learn how F5 leverages AWS services to allow existing and new customers to launch a full featured WAF layer in their existing VPC.

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tma-informatica
6:17

Ron from Informatica describes how customers can leverage Informatica Cloud to fully automate the process of loading data into their Amazon Redshift data warehouse, using both ETL and ELT (Extract, Load, and Transform) techniques. Ron describes how the architecture of Informatica allows customers to achieve the best possible data load and query performance, while protecting sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) through advanced data masking techniques.

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tma-cloudten
4:46

How do you enable hundreds of internal users to access SaaS products on the Internet whilst implementing security policies and protecting traffic from malicious threats? iCare and Cloudten have a totally automated, scalable and secure solution.

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tma-csiro
5:29

How can serverless computing be used to tackle the challenge of processing genomes at scale to help cancer research? CSIRO has created a workflow that is fast, scalable and efficient to help scientists find answers faster and on-demand.

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tma-ajilon
3:53

How can enterprises deploy more quickly and reliably? Ajilon has created a pipleline that can get code, patches and even rebaselined OSs into production in just minutes - whenever they want!

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tma-cevo
3:30

On this episode of This Is My Architecture, Owen Chung from Cevo Australia talks about their Potato Cannon solution. An immutable Jenkins build pipeline using Amazon S3 and Artifactory. A scalable and low-cost approach to deploying customer pipelines

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tma-youi
4:05

On this episode of This Is My Architecture Thomas from Youi Insurance walks us through their serverless mobile telemetry platform that analyses customers' data from their mobile app, and uses this data to lower insurance premiums. The platform is entirely serverless using API Gateway, Lambda, Kinesis, S3 and DynamoDB. This simplified management and lowered costs.

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tma-bulletproof
6:16

Knowing where to start with decomposing monolithic applications isn't always so obvious. In this episode of This is My Architecture, Tony from Bulletproof walks us through how they re-architected the Invenco Cloud Services system using SQS, Lambda and Elastic Beanstalk to service "pay at pump" users each day.

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tma-instaclustr
5:22

Sometimes clusters need to scale up as well as scale out. In this episode of This Is My Architecture Ben from Instaclustr describes a pattern to upsize Cassandra clusters transparently and non-disruptively to users

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tma-scale360
4:25

Modern banking needs to be agile, scalable and provide real-time insights. Watch how Scale360 put Core Banking in the cloud and provide real-time insights to stakeholders.

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tma-quantas
4:14

On this episode of This Is My Architecture Rohan Jerrems from Qantas explains how they built a highly available multi-AZ CIFS cluster in AWS using the Storage Replica option in Windows Server 2016. This storage layer supported a business-critical rostering platform and used ELB, EC2, SQS and more.

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tma-gorillastack
3:08

Deploying code changes into production up to 24 times a day can be difficult. In this episode of This Is My Architecture, see how Elliott from GorillaStack manages and deploys code changes into multiple environments using distributed, secure and scalable code deployment architecture.

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tma-channel7
5:04

On this episode of This Is My Architecture Sam from Channel 7 describes the architecture that supported live video streaming of the Australian Open to millions of viewers and how it was done in a scalable and reliable manner using AWS Elemental and CloudFront.

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tma-technologyone
3:51

When breaking up an application into microservices, how do you do it fast and reliably? See how TechnologyOne did it in just a single day using AWS CloudFormation and Application Load Balancers!

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tma-siemens
5:27

Siemens built Product Intelligence software-as-a-service, to help their customers gain insight from both product and value chain data. Product Intelligence is built from such services as API Gateway, Elastic Beanstalk, EMR, S3, and Cloudfront. Machine Learning models running on Spark EMR clusters crunch customer's data to provide predictive analytics on what might happen and then customers use that information to design and build better products.

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tma-airtasker
5:05

How do you classify ads, photos and match sellers to buyers better? Well perhaps AI can help! Hear how Airtasker combined multiple AI services to create "Carl" who learned everything he knows from Wikipedia.

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tma-rea
4:28

How can you update a highly visited website across multiple regions without downtime or content "misses"? REA have created a process to do this reliably, and at massive scale with billions of objects.

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tma-xero
6:07

On this episode of This Is My Architecture Troy from Xero describes how they safely store petabytes of customer accounting data with their multi-region SQL Server architecture and also how Xero effectively manages this fleet that includes over 100 EC2 instances.

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tma-coreOs
5:48

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Brandon Philips, CTO of CoreOS, demonstrates how Tectonic, an enterprise-ready Kubernetes platform, can help customers manage their identity across their container infrastructure with LDAP, SAML, EC2 and ELB.

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tma-splunk
6:22

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Roy Arsan, Senior Solutions Architect at Splunk, will show us how to aggregate your AWS data from multiple accounts for in-depth analysis by Splunk. He will also explain how to keep this data segregated for your access control and compliance requirements. To top it all off, we dive into data pipeline architecture for ingesting AWS CloudTrail and AWS CloudWatch Logs data with a fully-managed, reliable and massively scalable approach.

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tma-okta
6:11

AK from Okta explains how Okta built a scalable event processing platform that handles petabytes of data per day, using Kinesis, Apache Storm, Lambda, SNS, S3, Redshift, and more. Learn how they reduced the time from event to actionable data by over 10X!

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tma-netapp
6:11

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Kevin Hill, Cloud Solutions Architect from NetApp shows us how OnTap Cloud simplifies the use of tiered storage with Amazon Elastic Block Store and Amazon S3. Getting the best performance at the best price is a snap, with NetApp.

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tma-zapproved
4:38

On this episode of "This is My Architecture", Lee from Zapproved demonstrates how they use Step Functions, Lambda, and SQS to automate data processing.

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tma-mongo
5:42

Atlas is MongoDB's database as a service. Learn how they leverage AWS to provide a scalable, available and secure service to thousands of customers across the globe. Atlas deploys EC2 based MongoDB clusters across multiple Availability Zones in customer dedicated VPCs. Customers with their own VPCs can then use VPC Peering to privately reach their MongoDB clusters. We also discuss how detailed monitoring, automatic backups, no-downtime patching, and push-button scaling work at this scale.

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tma-dupont
5:44

Encirca Services by DuPont Pioneer partners with farmers in the field to help them deliver optimal crop yields. Watch and learn how they built a cloud based collaborative platform for farmers, leveraging AWS Step Functions, Amazon Elasticache, EC2 Spot Fleet and more to simulate crop growth and manage soil nitrogen levels.

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tma-agero
4:40

Agero automates their .NET deployments with CodePipeline, Visual Studio, Elastic Beanstalk

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tma-hentsu
5:39

Alex Magnay from Hentsu explains how they use AWS HPC capabilities to run Matlab workloads for financial modelling, and how AWS enables them to dynamically tune and configure each experiment so that they always get the best configuration for the job.

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tma-slack
5:43

On this episode of This is My Architecture, Slack shows us how they use web sockets, Cloudfront, HAProxy, and Route53 to build a real-time communication platform.

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tma-edmodo
4:40

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Edmodo demonstrates how they built a pricing monitor to optimize their infrastructure costs with EC2 Spot Fleet and On Demand Instances.

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tma-vanguard
3:41

Building modern microservices in the cloud can be a challenge when your system of record is a relational database that is still on-premises on an IBM mainframe. In this video, Barry P. Sheward, Chief Enterprise Architect at Vanguard will show us how they used change data capture (CDC) to move data from their DB2 z/OS database to Amazon RDS and Amazon DynamoDB

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tma-pariveda
4:15

On this episode of This is My Architecture, Pariveda and Gamestop demonstrate how they built a self-deploying pipeline focused on templates and being “right by default”, for all of their services with Lambda and CodeBuild.

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tma-gigamon
5:55

Jeremy from Gigamon walks us through the architecture behind their scalable network traffic visibility platform. They use a multi-VPC approach with VPC peering, lightweight agents to aggregate traffic, and Direct Connect or GRE/VXLAN tunnels for a solution that works for both hybrid and cloud-native deployments.

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tma-monzo
4:19

Monzo explain how they are building a new bank from the ground up using multiple AWS accounts to maintain control and flexibility while remaining safe.

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tma-gopro
4:25

On this episode of “This is My Architecture”, GoPro demonstrates how they power their cloud media platform with ECS, SQS, Terraform, Elastic Transcoder, and lifecycle hooks.

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tma-toyota
5:38

Imagine you are a race car driver in the Daytona 500. 20 laps to go. You see smoke and spinning cars ahead. The yellow flag flies. Stay in the race? Or Pit? New tires? Fortunately, you are backed by the Toyota Racing Development (TRD) team. Their cloud-based modeling and analytics systems crunch a real time stream of race data, helping choose that moment's best decision out of all possible decisions. Welcome to racing in the cloud!

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tma-rockflow
7:28

On this episode of This Is My Architecture, Scott from Rock Flow Dynamics and Bruno from NICE Software explain how they scale HPC workloads in the cloud.

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tma-travelex
5:57

Travelex presents how they built a FCA compliant end-to-end online payment service through a microservices architecture.

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tma-palringo
5:43

Palringo presents how they refreshed their architecture with microservices that support 50 million signed up users and over 1K requests at peak time. The architecture presented is powered by microservices on ECS, Lambda, Kinesis Analytics, ALB. Additionally, Palringo run previous version of their Group Messaging App side by side with the new architecture by leveraging EC2, ELB and RabbitMQ. They use Kinesis Analytics to get real-time insights on this data to improve their customer experience.

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tma-cloudreach
6:07

In this video, Adam from Cloudreach explains how Sceptre uses AWS CloudFormation to allow customers to create and manage their application environments.

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tma-fsecure
5:41

F-Secure present an API for end users to check URLs against their reputation database. They present this service endpoint using API Gateway and have created a developer portal on AWS using Lambda and Dynamo DB.

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tma-ocado
4:57

Ocado share their approach to building secure, loosely coupled microservices. They created a self-service portal for development teams and provide standard template resources for each microservice, including Route 53 records, Key Management Service keys, Elastic Beanstalk environment, DynamoDB tables, Identity and Access Management roles.

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tma-bbc
7:19

BBC present their iPlayer solution that uses Amazon S3, taking as input content from the broadcast chain, adds broadcast time series data and publishes formatted content files for access by end users.

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tma-icap
4:50

Anvar Karimson from ICAP explains how they use Amazon Kinesis, Amazon Redshift and Amazon Elasticsearch to meet their MiFID II reporting requirements for their Fusion e-commerce portal for trading venues.

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tma-trainline
5:27

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Rahul Singh, Data Engineer at Trainline shares the story of BusyBot, which they took from initial concept to live deployment in 3 months on AWS. BusyBot helps trainline users find an available seat on the train. It uses machine learning to make a prediction based on past data and was built using AWS Firehose, Lambda, S3, EC2 and API Gateway.

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tma-wandisco
4:57

Active Data Replication (ADR) is WANdisco's patented tech that enables continuous consistent connectivity to data as it changes wherever it is located. It provides you with access to your data anytime and anywhere with no downtime and no disruption. We'll discuss using WANdisco for hybrid data storage, to replicate and reconcile data on-premise with data in the cloud.

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tma-snowflake
3:51

Jon from Snowflake provides detail on how Snowflake designed their data warehouse as a service solution for high-performance analytic customer workloads. The solution includes service management and data processing layers that use Amazon EC2 and a scalable data storage layer based on Amazon S3.

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tma-truecar
4:19

In this episode of This is My Architecture, David Giffin, VP of Technology at TrueCar, describes how they build modular, ephemeral "Space Pods" to give every developer a personal environment at any tier of the application. They also use HashiCorp's Vault to store their secrets. They're migrating to AWS and deftly making use of Amazon CloudFront and Elastic Load Balancing to move their production traffic gradually to the new architecture in AWS.

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tma-starling-bank
6:20

Starling Bank manages their privileges for releases on AWS via automation with Slack. Not only that, but it's mostly serverless, too!

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tma-db-systel
6:05

Daniel Woithe from DB Systel explains how they have used IAM federation to extend their Active Directory and MFA to provide secure SSO for multiple AWS accounts.

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tma-bleacher-report
2:54

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Benson Wu, DevOps Manager at Bleacher Report, explains how they use Hashicorp's Consul and cascading read replicas to overcome service limits and dynamically adjust their Amazon RDS performance.

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tma-thomson-reuters
4:17

Thomson Reuters shares how they built Product Insight, a multi-tenant web usage analytics platform that processes up to 1,000 events per second. The solution provides both real-time analysis and long-term data storage capabilities. It was built using ELB, NGinx, Kinesis, Elasticsearch Service, and Kibana, EC2, S3, and Lambda.

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tma-vend
6:24

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Nick Walker, Principal Platform Engineer at Vend, shows us how they migrated from a PHP-based monolith to a microservices architecture. Using the Amazon EC2 Elastic Container Service (ECS), Elastic Load Balancing, Hashicorp's Consul, and OpenResty (an NginX variant), they have a service routing and discovery system that gives their developers the ability to quickly roll out new services and perform A/B testing on these services.

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tma-apps-associates
6:49

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Kshitij Kumar, CTO and Global VP from Apps Associates, explains how they built a disaster recovery solution for on-premises Oracle RAC databases with AWS Database Migration Service. To efficiently backup databases with multiple schemas and millions of rows, Apps Associates developed a system that uses many parallelized tasks. This solution also allows businesses to offload some of their reporting to the cloud, leveraging database backups on AWS for read-only workloads.

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tma-ca-technologies
4:25

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Amit from CA Technologies explains how they built a serverless AWS Lambda function deployment pipeline using Amazon S3, Amazon SNS, and additional Lambda functions for release automation.

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tma-lemongrass
6:56

Lemongrass introduces a new feature for their MiCloud offering, which delivers fast, automated system copy for customers' SAP environments. MiCloud System copy is built using EC2, CloudFormation, and IAM. Compared to a traditional on-premise solution, this feature has reduced the OS and DB level copy time from 1 day to 15 minutes; system size dependent.

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tma-qubole
6:12

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Suresh Ramaswamy, Senior Director of Engineering at Qubole, shows how they built a big data self-service platform on AWS, designed for heterogeneous, distributed processing of petabytes of data. With an adaptable architecture, customers can choose the right big data processing engines, instances types, and EC2 Spot Fleet instances to meet their needs.

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tma-chef
5:14

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Michael Ducy from Chef shows how Habitat can help you automate configuration of your containers. With Habitat, configurations and secrets are moved out of environmental variables into a dynamic orchestration system. You can quickly adapt configurations based on changing business needs or emerging threats, and Habitat does the rest.

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tma-47lining
6:11

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Bill Weiner, SVP of Operations at 47Lining, explains how they built their “Redshift Overlord” tool that coordinates bringing Redshift clusters up and down. You’ll learn how they leverage Amazon Cognito, AWS Lambda, Amazon DynamoDB, AWS Data Pipeline, and even API Gateway + Slack to make it easy for users and automated processes to bring clusters up when needed.

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tma-alert-logic
3:53

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Ryan Holland, Senior Director of Cloud Architecture at Alert Logic, walks us through how they built a data ingestion platform on AWS that can handle over 2 petabytes per month. Learn how they leverage Amazon Route 53, Amazon Kinesis, AWS Lambda, Amazon S3, and AWS KMS across multiple regions, directing traffic to the lowest latency services automatically.

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tma-the-things-network
21:57

On this special long-format episode of This Is My Architecture, learn how The Things Network and its commercial wing The Things Industries are helping both hobbyists and businesses connect low-power, long-range devices to the cloud. The Things Network is a community project in over 84 countries that is building a global Internet of Things data network. The Things Network devices connect to community-maintained gateways. They can communicate over very long distances and last on a single alkaline battery for up to 5-10 years thanks to the LoRaWAN protocol. The Things Industries has built a platform using AWS IoT that allows device data to be collected and processed in the cloud using multiple AWS services. You’ll learn about The Things Industries’ architecture, how Netcetera is leveraging The Things Network for air quality monitoring in Skopje, how Decentlab builds high-quality, long-lasting LoRaWAN devices that work with The Things Network to track environmental conditions, and get a feel for the community at a local meetup.

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tma-commvault
6:19

Commvault's CTO, Brian Brockway, explains how they enable enterprises to build and efficiently manage backup and disaster recovery environments in the cloud using Amazon S3, data deduplication, and other techniques.

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tma-ucsc
5:39

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Mary Goldman, Design and Outreach Engineer at the UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute, explains how they process genomic sequencing data on AWS. With a need to crunch data measured in petabytes, they designed a low-cost solution using a combination of Docker containers and EC2 Spot instances. TOIL, the pipeline management system they builtm is open source and recently published in Nature Biotechnology.

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tma-protectwise
6:04

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Gene Stevens, CTO and Co-founder of ProtectWise explains how they built a platform that can capture packet traffic and rapidly store that data at full fidelity. How do you build a system that can alert on anomalies in milliseconds and provide blazingly fast search of archival data? Watch this episode and learn how they did it!

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tma-infor
3:58

David Lowry, Sr. Cloud Manager at Infor, explains how they built Windsor, a serverless application testing solution. Infor uses Windsor to set up, tear down, and run test cases on over 50 multi-tenant enterprise applications that are deployed on AWS. It is built with a combination of Amazon SWF, AWS Lambda, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon CloudWatch Events. This serverless approach to application testing costs Infor about $1 a month, or less than a cup of coffee!

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tma-filemaker
5:11

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, James Qiu, Director of Engineering at FileMaker, describes how they built a solution for SMB customers that automatically scales FileMaker to handle surge events. The solution leverages the AWS Marketplace, where FileMaker lists its software, in addition to AWS CloudFormation to deploy and resize FileMaker environments on AWS as needed. This flexibility allows customers to easily scale the infrastructure powering their FileMaker solution on AWS up or down to handle varying levels of load.

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tma-liveramp
4:52

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Michel from LiveRamp walks us through their end-to-end streaming data processing platform that handles 350,000 requests per second and 15-17TB of logs per day. You'll learn how they leverage Amazon EC2, Auto Scaling, Amazon Kinesis Firehose, Amazon S3, Amazon EMR, and Amazon Redshift to power a fast, scalable, and reliable marketing data analytics platform that meets strict SLAs.

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tma-expedia
7:13

Kuldeep Chowhan, Principal Engineer at Expedia, shows us how Expedia built a scalable CI/CD platform on AWS using Github, Jenkins, Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS), and Lambda. With over 4,000 applications deployed through this platform, their developers can deploy a wide variety of apps faster and more frequently. The platform gathers and stores rollout metrics and data, and with Blue-Green deployment support, it supports continuous improvement in their production environments.

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tma-fanduel
5:02

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Steve Hunt, Director of Infrastructure and Ops at Fanduel, shows how they run CloudFormation at scale. With over 400 stacks running at any given time, you'll see how they architected their tooling to manage this infrastructure. You'll also see how they scale at the data layer, using services like Amazon Aurora and Amazon ElastiCache, along with techniques like precomputed cache to deliver optimal data services to their stacks.

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tma-spirelabs
9:08

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Rob Scott (@robertjscott), VP of Software Architecture at Spire Labs (@spire), explains how they built a fault-tolerant solution across three AWS Availability Zones with Amazon RDS, Amazon ElastiCache, and Kubernetes on Amazon EC2 with Auto Scaling. Their design allows them to tolerate the temporary loss of both Kubernetes pods/containers and EC2 instances, keeping them up and running smoothly for customers.

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tma-clearscale
3:40

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Jimmy Chui from ClearScale explains how they built a platform that allows customers to order "designer genes". Their solution uses serverless products such as Amazon API Gateway, Amazon Lambda, Amazon DynamoDB, and Amazon SQS, in addition to Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) clusters to run and manage their Docker containers. The ClearScale platform is built to be flexible and scalable: it handles 1000 requests per gene sequence, with spiky workloads that peak 25-30% of the day.

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tma-idt
2:46

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Nathaniel Ritholtz, Software Developer at IDT, describes how they built a secure configuration management modification system for their containerized applications on AWS. IDT's solution uses HashiCorp's Consul along with Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), AWS Key Management Service (KMS), and Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS).

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tma-deloitte
6:16

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Fran Cardell, Cloud Hosting Lead at Deloitte, explains how they simplified running SAP Hana on AWS. Starting with a Quick Start reference architecture, they build a cost-optimized, well-performing platform with robust security controls. You'll also hear about the storage and instance types that go into building small, medium, and large versions of the platform.

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tma-dynatrace
5:38

Andreas Lehofer, Chief Product Officer at Dynatrace, explains how they built their Application Performance Management Solution by securely using four different types of storage on AWS. You'll learn how they use Lambda to securely ingest logs and performance data at high speed. You'll also learn about davis, a virtual assistant for digital performance management, which enables VoiceOps through natural language queries to Alexa and artificial intelligence running on AWS. Invite your infrastructure assistant to your next stand-up meeting!

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tma-irobot
5:50

Ben Kehoe, Cloud Robotics Research Scientist at iRobot, explains how they built a serverless solution to power microservices that scale to control millions of robots. You’ll learn how they automate and optimize AWS Lambda functions and Amazon API Gateway deployments with AWS CloudFormation and Swagger, plus how they inject information during the deployment process to decouple architecture details from the code.

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tma-airbnb
3:39

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Xinyao Hu, Engineering Manager at Airbnb, discusses the Amazon RDS Replay Machine they built. They built an infrastructure that allows them to replay actual transactions sent to almost 100 different databases. Tune in and see how Airbnb uses this system for disaster recovery, load testing, and advanced analytics in Hive at massive scale.

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tma-coinbase
1:55

Coinbase is the easiest place to buy and sell cryptocurrencies, so security is built into everything they do. In this episode of This is My Architecture, Rob Witoff, Director of Infrastructure at Coinbase, explains how they empower their developers to make changes by requiring consensus to actually make those changes. You'll learn how they use their open-source tool GeoEngineer on top of Terraform to make production changes quickly and securely.

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tma-human-longevity
4:20

Bryan Coon, Head of Enterprise Services at Human Longevity Inc., explains how they process up to 12TB per day of raw data in Amazon S3 with custom analytics tools running in Docker containers. HLI has automated the deployment of reusable pipelines of containerized tasks with Amazon SWF, the Ruby Flow framework, AWS OpsWorks, Amazon SQS, and AWS Lambda. They also keep costs low by leveraging Amazon EC2 Spot Fleet to power their Amazon ECS clusters.

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tma-station-x
5:17

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Anish from Station X explains how they built a platform to analyze, visualize, and manage genomic information at scale on AWS. You’ll learn how they use Qubole to manage clusters running Presto and Hive that power their interactive, near real-time query interface. You’ll also learn how they optimize query performance by storing their data in ORC stripes and sorting by genomic coordinate.

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tma-capital-one
5:55

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Kapil Thangavelu, Director of Engineering at Capital One, explains their open-sourced rules engine for fleet management: Cloud Custodian. You'll see how Capital One uses this tool and a simple YAML-based DSL to eliminate the need to manage hundreds or thousands of scripts and policies, and offer "real-time" compliance and cost management at scale.

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tma-vtex
5:00

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Geraldo Thomaz, Co-CEO at VTEX, an AWS advanced partner, explains how they built a high security SaaS environment using IAM and MFA federated access. You’ll see how their continuous delivery model uses SAML integration and the AWS Secure Token Service to provide temporary keys to maintain least privilege.

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tma-heroku
3:33

Greg Nokes from Heroku explains how one of their customers built an Internet of Things (IoT) solution that uses Heroku’s managed Kafka service, Amazon S3 for data storage, and Amazon Redshift for analytics.

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tma-new-relic
4:59

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Lisa Moreno from New Relic explains how they take a modular approach to automated AWS infrastructure deployment using HashiCorp's Terraform.

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tma-corpinfo
6:00

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Tim Fox from CorpInfo, an AWS Premier Consulting Partner, explains how they built a flexible and scalable IoT solution to power a customer's video streaming application. You'll see how they use a mix of AWS services and data stores, including ELB, EC2, S3, RDS, DynamoDB, and Redshift, plus the concept of "pods" to optimize for a variety of different requirements.

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tma-civitas-learning
2:59

In this episode of This Is My Architecture, Chad Walters, VP of Engineering at Civitas Learning, explains how they spin-up transient, parallel Amazon Redshift clusters to securely separate PII data. He also explains how they use an Amazon EC2-based Scala application called "Foreman" to dynamically right-size Redshift clusters based on the datasets' metadata in addition to past query performance.

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tma-ibm-spectrum-protect
4:04

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Jay Calder, Lead Cloud Developer for IBM Spectrum Protect, dives in to how they built an incremental forever architecture on top on Amazon S3.

To learn more, read this case study.

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tma-financial-times
3:40

Greg Cope, Head of Platform Architecture and Security, explains how the team at Financial Times used Cloudhealth, Lambda, and shared dashboards to encourage the adoption of Amazon Linux and gamify cost optimization. It's the Thames meets the Silicon Valley in this episode of This is My Architecture.

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tma-ironsource
6:15

How do you get near real-time insight when your data sources are all over the planet? Shimon Tolts, AWS Community Hero and CTO at ironSource, shares how they built ironSource Atom using Amazon Kinesis, Amazon Redshift, and geo-latency based routing to collect and process over 160 billion events per month. With this architecture, their customers can see enriched data in their data warehouse in about a minute.

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tma-eseye
2:50

You want secure communication to a device in the field, but how do you make that first connection without touching the device? Ian Marsden, CTO of Eseye (an AWS IoT Competency partner) shares how they built AnyNet Secure for AWS IoT to solve this problem. This global cellular connectivity product enables AWS customers to automatically activate, provision, authenticate, and certify IoT devices, and then ingest data to their AWS Cloud in over 153 countries.

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tma-coinbase
5:28

In this episode of This is My Architecture, Rob Witoff, Director of Infrastructure, dives into AWS IAM and AWS CloudTrail policy management at Coinbase. You'll see how they use the IAM Access Advisor to descope permissions in Development before pushing to Production. You'll also learn how they wrap their open-source tool GeoEngineer around IAM and CloudTrail to maintain their high-security environment without inhibiting their Operations teams.

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tma-netflix
4:14

What happens when you need to move 89 million viewers to a different AWS Region? Netflix's infrastructure, built on AWS, makes it possible to be extremely resilient, even when you're running services in many AWS Regions simultaneously. Coburn Watson, Director of Performance and Reliability Engineering at Netflix, takes us through a DNS architecture—built on Amazon Route 53 and augmented with Netflix's Zuul—that allows them to evacuate an entire region in under 40 minutes.

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tma-sumologic
6:03

Stefan Zier, Chief Architect at Sumo Logic, explains how their solution leverages multiple AWS services to ingest and process massive amounts of logs for their customers. You'll learn about how they use Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) to store logs and state, provide customer-specific encryption with keys that rotate daily, and leverage lifecycle policy and the infrequent access data class to save money. Stefan also reviews how Sumo Logic uses clusters of EC2 instances to run Kafka and other software in parallel workflows with low end-to-end latency, and Amazon DynamoDB's atomic counter feature to meter usage so that they can accurately charge their customers.

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tma-checkpoint-architecture
4:17

Greg Pepper, Security Architect at Check Point Software Technologies, explains how they built their AWS solution to automatically scale both vertically and horizontally. You'll learn about how they leverage Auto Scaling and the "ELB sandwich" design pattern in an Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) to automatically respond to demand, adding and removing EC2 instances in addition to adjusting EC2 instance types on-the-fly.

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tma-lyft
5:52

Chris Lambert, CIO of Lyft, explains how they built a highly available service discovery solution on AWS. Lyft’s 150 microservices serve more than 1 million requests per second and are maintained by a team of 30 who deploy code hundreds of times a day. Performance and high availability are critical. You'll learn about how they achieved their architectural goals by leveraging clusters of EC2 instances, making asynchronous calls, decoupling the components of their architecture, and storing state reliably in Amazon DynamoDB.

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tma-sophos-architecture
6:04

Rich Vorwaller, Senior Product Manager at Sophos, explains how they dynamically scale the Sophos UTM solution to inspect network traffic of their EC2 instances using the "Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) sandwich" design pattern and Auto Scaling. You'll also learn how they leveraged Amazon S3 notifications with Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) to automate policy distribution to worker nodes. Lastly, you'll see how they built an outbound gateway solution using GRE tunnels and Amazon VPC networking features to provide outbound content filtering for Amazon WorkSpaces and other use cases.

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tma-palo-alto
5:39

Warby Warburton, Technical Marketing Engineering Manager at Palo Alto Networks, explains how they scale the VM-Series firewall for AWS across multiple Availability Zones. You'll learn about several advanced techniques for scaling your solutions on AWS: the "ELB sandwich" design pattern that allows you to scale different application tiers independently; using Amazon S3 to store data needed to license and configure new instances as they come online; using AWS Lambda functions to configure instances once launched; and publishing custom metrics to Amazon CloudWatch that Auto Scaling can use to accurately match capacity to demand.

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