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May 31, 2018
Infrastructure was AWS' focus in May, as the cloud provider made good on several of its promises with features that provide more diverse compute options -- including some that directly challenge ...
March 30, 2018
Cloud security best practices and IT convenience don't always align, but as standards such as GDPR take hold and new vulnerabilities constantly emerge, maybe it's ok to loosen the reins from time ...
January 30, 2018
AWS users have a green light to rev the full bandwidth potential of a particular instance. AWS removed its 5 Gbps limit and improved performance for network connections to and from Elastic Compute ...
December 01, 2017
After Cyber Monday, Amazon Web Services techies headed for re:Invent 2017. There, among a deluge of cloud product announcements by AWS, the Amazon Neptune graph database surfaced.
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Not sure when to normalize data in Amazon DynamoDB? Follow these three examples to learn more about the normalization process and how it can play a role in this AWS database. Continue Reading
Amazon Neptune is a managed service that enables a user to create and manage a graph database in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud. Continue Reading
Turn to a graph database to put aside table joins for good. With Amazon Neptune, a developer can assess and query relationships between data sets. Continue Reading
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It can feel overwhelming to migrate data to AWS for analysis. But, while there are challenges, Quick Start guides and services like Snowball and Glue ease the process. Continue Reading
Developers who got sick of AWS' roundabout backup method for DynamoDB can breathe a sigh of relief. Backup and Restore, as well as Global Tables, eliminate cumbersome processes. Continue Reading
IT teams face a notoriously difficult task when it comes to database scaling and management. New Amazon Aurora features can ease some of these woes and potentially reduce costs. Continue Reading
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Walk through this example of an RDS failover process using the Amazon Aurora engine to minimize production downtime and maintain performance in your cloud environment. Continue Reading
AWS offers a multitude of database services, but Microsoft Azure has several options worth considering for a savvy multi-cloud user. Continue Reading
Enterprises interested in AWS Machine Learning should follow these four steps to successfully create machine learning applications. Continue Reading
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In the push to get applications to production quickly, mistakes can happen. But you can avoid potentially disastrous AWS resource deletion through these features and strategies. Continue Reading
AWS security encompasses server tools and concepts. Enterprises that use the right services, VPCs, encryption and DevSecOps can avoid major gaffes that can expose valuable data. Continue Reading
Performing a hot migration in DynamoDB can be a stressful but often necessary process. Here are the steps to upgrade tables without causing downtime or service interruptions. Continue Reading