AWS Well-Architected for Financial Services

Cloud is part of the new normal in the financial services industry. Higher customer expectations have raised the stakes, pushing institutions to streamline operations, lower costs, and accelerate innovation. The conversation is no longer about whether to embrace the cloud, but rather, how quickly it can be done. To address Read more…

Building a Self-Service, Secure, & Continually Compliant Environment on AWS

Introduction If you’re an enterprise organization, especially in a highly regulated sector, you understand the struggle to innovate and drive change while maintaining your security and compliance posture. In particular, your banking customers’ expectations and needs are changing, and there is a broad move away from traditional branch and ATM-based Read more…

Field Notes: Building a Disaster Recovery site on AWS for your Azure Workload

Customers running workloads on other clouds, like Azure or GCP, can increase resilience and meet compliance requirements by using AWS as their disaster recovery site. CloudEndure Disaster Recovery provides an easy cross-cloud solution for replicating and recovering workloads from other cloud providers to AWS. It automatically converts your source machines Read more…

Field Notes: Building a Disaster Recovery site on AWS for your Azure Workload

Customers running workloads on other clouds, like Azure or GCP, can increase resilience and meet compliance requirements by using AWS as their disaster recovery site. CloudEndure Disaster Recovery provides an easy cross-cloud solution for replicating and recovering workloads from other cloud providers to AWS. It automatically converts your source machines Read more…

Building a CI/CD pipeline for cross-account deployment of an AWS Lambda API with the Serverless Framework

Modern-day applications that reside on AWS have several distinct environments and accounts, such as dev, test, and staging. An application has to go through an elaborate process of deployment and testing in these environments before reaching its final destination. To achieve automated deployment of the application across different environments, you Read more…

Detecting concurrency bugs with Amazon CodeGuru

This post discusses the types of concurrency bugs Amazon CodeGuru detects and how developers can fix them. CodeGuru automatically analyzes pull requests (created in supported repositories like CodeCommit, GitHub, GitHub Enterprise, and Bitbucket) and generates recommendations about how to improve your code quality. For more information, see Automating code reviews Read more…

GKE best practices: Exposing GKE applications through Ingress and ServicesGKE best practices: Exposing GKE applications through Ingress and ServicesCustomer EngineerProduct Manager

One critical part of designing enterprise applications running on Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) is considering how your application will be consumed by its clients. This could be as simple as exposing your application outside the cluster, to be consumed by other internal clients, or might involve routing traffic to your Read more…

GKE best practices: Designing and building highly available clustersGKE best practices: Designing and building highly available clustersProduct Manager, Google Kubernetes Engine

Like many organizations, you employ a variety of risk management and risk mitigation strategies to keep your systems running, including your Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE) environment. These strategies ensure business continuity during both predictable and unpredictable outages, and they are especially important now, when you are working to limit the Read more…