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Why do we need AWS Proton?

Why do we need AWS Proton?


AWS Proton deployment type is a fully-managed application delivery service for container applications that enables platform operations teams to provide consistent architecture across an organization and enables developers to deliver their applications on approved infrastructure using a self-service interface. Here we are going to discuss why need AWS Proton. AWS Proton helps to provide well-architected […]

Amazon Managed Streaming

Apache Kafka Vs. Amazon Managed Streaming


What is Apache Kafka? Apache Kafka is an open-source stream-processing software platform developed by LinkedIn to donate to Apache Software Foundation and written in Scala and Java. Kafka architecture is made up of topics, producers, consumers, consumer groups, clusters, brokers, partitions, replicas, leaders, and followers. Kafka cluster consists of one or more Kafka brokers running […]

Amazon SageMaker

Introduction to AWS SageMaker


Amazon SageMaker is a cloud machine-learning platform that helps users build, train, and deploy machine-learning models in a production-ready hosted environment. Amazon SageMaker helps data scientists and developers to prepare data and build, train and deploy machine learning models quickly by bringing together purpose-built capabilities. These capabilities allow users to build highly accurate models that […]

AWS Data Pipeline Service

What is AWS Data Pipeline Service?


Data is growing exponentially at a rapid pace. Companies of all sizes realize that managing this data is a more complicated and time-consuming process. Problem Statement Massive amounts of data are in different formats, so processing, storing, and migrating data becomes complex. Companies have to manage various types of data such as: Real-time data for […]


How Kibana Works in ELK Stack


Here we are going to discuss how Kibana works in the ELK stack. But, first, we need to understand the ELK stack. ELK stack combines three open-source tools: ElasticSearch, Logstash, and Kibana for log analysis. Logs are one of the most important pieces of data. Kibana uses the excellent faceted queries as provided by ElasticSearch […]

Orchestration with AWS ECS

Introduction to Orchestration with AWS ECS


Orchestration In the past, data ingestion was done as part of a scheduled batch job overnight, but the cloud has changed because we can no longer assume that our systems will be living adjacent to each other in the data centre. Orchestration is the automated configuration, management, and coordination of computer systems, applications, and services. […]

Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes

Introduction to Elastic Cloud on Kubernetes


, Kubernetes is a portable, extensible, and open-source platform for managing containerized workloads and services that facilitate declarative configuration and automation. It allows us to run distributed systems resiliently, with scaling data and failover for applications. It provides Self-Healing for crash data, Automatic Binpaching, Service discovery, load balancing, storage orchestration, secret and configuration management, Batch […]

Introduction Amazon Aurora

Introduction to Amazon Aurora


Amazon Aurora Amazon Aurora is a proprietary technology from AWS (not an open-source), but it’s compatible with PostgreSQL and MySQL, supported as Aurora DB. Aurora is “AWS Cloud Optimized” and claims 5x performance improvement over MySQL on RDS, over 3x the performance of PostgreSQL. Its storage automatically grows in increments of 10GB; when the user […]

Amazon Elasticsearch Service

Introduction to Amazon Elasticsearch Service


The majority of activities we do are driven by searching such as hailing a ride, getting support, or finding the file a user needs for the next meeting, and many more; this means everyone is a search expert with high expectations around how fast, easy, and rich search results should be. But building a great […]

AWS CloudTrail vs Amazon Cloud Watch

AWS CloudTrail vs AWS CloudWatch | Comparison


AWS CloudTrails and Amazon CloudWatch both services are cloud-based and providing logging capabilities. Amazon CloudTrail and Amazon CloudWatch are part of the management and governance category. Here we are discussing CloudTrail vs CloudWatch CloudTrail vs CloudWatch AWS CloudTrail Amazon CloudTrail is the newer of the service and was launched in 2013. It is a […]

Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

Introduction to Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)


Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) enables its users to provide a logically isolated section of amazon’s web service cloud where users can launch amazon web services (AWS) and resources into a virtual network. Users will have complete control over their virtual networking environment, including selecting their IP address range, creating a subnet, and configuring […]

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)

Introduction to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)


Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud is a web service that aims to make life easier for business organizations by powering secure and resizable compute capacity in the cloud. It is very easy to scale up or scale down our infrastructure based on demand. Amazon elastic compute cloud (EC2) is an elastic virtual server running inside the […]

Content Management Solution Using Amazon WorkDocs

AWS WorkDocs: Enterprise Content Management Solution


In today’s global enterprise, everyone needs to work anywhere and everywhere on all kinds of devices and do that effectively; the user needs to access and share files. Moreover, Amazon WorkDocs provides the solution by the secure leading industry AWS cloud. WorkDocs is designed to fulfill the needs of the global enterprise. It is a […]

Amazon CloudWatch Service

Introduction to Amazon CloudWatch Service


Companies are increasingly going digital, and modern applications utilizing microservices and service architectures to scale, serve a global customer base, and gain release velocity. In this world of business, application success means better results. However, monitoring distributed applications and resources is challenging because of their complex data overload and the fact that monitoring tools were […]

AWS CloudFormation

AWS CloudFormation for Business


Without AWS CloudFormation, an organization may manage its infrastructure using run books and scripts to create and manage everything. In this way, version controlling and keeping track of changes can be challenging. Things get even more problematic when they need to replicate the entire production stack multiple times for development and testing purposes or every […]

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