• AWS and authentication options

    This tip reviews authentication options on AWS and best practices for using them to ensure accounts and information are well protected.

  • AWS Elastic Beanstalk and Continuous Deployment

    Chris Moyers explains how to use Continuous Deployment with AWS Elastic Beanstalk to reduce development timelines and increase productivity.

  • CloudTrail has the answer -- if you can find it

    AWS CloudTrail logs all API calls, which means it generates a lot of data. But digging for useful data among all the logs takes some work.

  • Provisioning NoSQL databases on AWS

    George Lawton reviews what enterprise architects need to consider when developing and deploying NoSQL databases on AWS.

  • Keep work flowing with Data Pipeline

    The AWS Data Pipeline streamlines data between AWS data stores, enabling admins to define, schedule and debug workflows in the AWS cloud.

  • AWS encryption primer

    AWS made changes to data encryption features for services like S3, giving admins more flexibility and control. But many say it's still not enough.

  • Data-level security in Amazon Web Services

    Dave Linthicum discusses data security in AWS including encryption and database services, permissions, identity-based security and how users can create a strategy that works for them.

  • Building scalable applications on the AWS platform

    This tip reviews the four "must haves" to build successful, scalable applications on the AWS platform: elasticity, redundancy, portability and remote logging and debugging capabilities.

  • Advantages of deploying NoSQL databases on AWS

    George Lawton explains the advantages of deploying NoSQL databases on Amazon Web Services. Building applications on AWS is easy and inexpensive, and using NoSQL database reduces failure, improves p...

  • Data storage in the AWS cloud gets complicated

    David Linthicum reviews the benefits of database choices from Amazon Web Services and the advantages of leveraging object storage like Simple Storage Service as a storage category.

  • How to protect AWS access keys

    Security measures that safeguard access keys when using Amazon Web Services include training developers and defining identity and access management policies. Review even more ways in this tip.

  • Four questions for choosing a data analytics tool

    Data analysis allows enterprises to follow and adapt to changing market demands. Amazon Redshift and RDS are two cloud-based tools your enterprise might want to investigate.

  • Sifting through the AWS partner page

    Enterprises moving to public cloud often seek the help of an experienced integration partner. But with more than 1,000 choices to filter through, do you know what to look for in an AWS partner?

  • AWS Auto Scaling: The tricks of the trade

    David Linthicum reviews the tricks of the trade for AWS Auto Scaling that anyone building for scale in Amazon Web Services' public cloud platform should consider.

  • Five WorkSpaces tasks that won't manage themselves

    Amazon WorkSpaces alleviates much of the management headache and overhead of traditional desktops, but there are still five management tasks cloud admins need to handle.

  • AWS cloud provisioning best practices

    To design a highly available public cloud in AWS, it's best to provision regionally -- placing applications in regions closest to end customers. Knowing which availability zone to choose is step one.

  • Auto Scaling applications in AWS

    Learn how applying Auto Scaling to business applications can enhance organizational processes.

  • Data search with Amazon CloudSearch

    In this tip, Judith Myerson reviews the five steps necessary to build search indexes using Amazon CloudSearch, a helpful tool for building search indexes for documents in the cloud.

  • DevOps and Amazon Web Services

    David Linthicum explains the connection between AWS and DevOps, how it brings together development and operations to produce better applications and reduce the time it takes to improve and deploy t...

  • Advanced projects with AWS CloudFront

    Use AWS CloudFront to optimize the delivery of static content to users and to accelerate dynamic content. This makes the service more useful for non-video-related apps, such as speeding the distrib...