Category Archives for Amazon Web Services

AWS Network Firewall

AWS Network Firewall: An Overview

✅ AWS Network Firewall is a service provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that allows users to create and manage their own firewall rules for their Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) networks. ✅ With Network Firewall, users can define and enforce security rules at the network layer, such as controlling inbound and outbound traffic, and […]

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AWS Audit Manager Overview

✅ AWS Audit Manager assists you in continuously auditing your AWS usage in order to simplify risk management and compliance with regulations and industry standards. ✅ To make it simpler for you to determine if your policies, procedures, and activities—also known as controls—are functioning successfully, Audit Manager automates the collecting of evidence. When an audit […]

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Migrate Apps & Database to Cloud Day 5

Migrate Apps & Database to Cloud Day 5: Data Migration to AWS

✅ The database and analytics workloads may be moved to AWS fast, securely, with little to no downtime, and with no data loss using the AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS), a managed migration and replication service. ✅ When SCT is chosen instead of the built-in DMS Schema Conversion feature, DMS and SCT work together […]

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Migrate Apps & Database to Cloud Day 4

Migrate Apps & Database to Cloud Day 4: AWS Database Migration

✅ AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) is a managed migration and replication service that assists you in migrating your database and analytics workloads to AWS quickly, securely, with minimal downtime, and with no data loss. ✅ In order to build high-performance applications at any scale, Amazon DynamoDB is a fully managed, serverless, key-value NoSQL […]

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Migrate Apps & Database to Cloud Day 2: AWS Migration Strategy

✅ The lift and shift tactic is another name for this one. By employing this technique, you can transfer your applications without altering them from your current environment to the AWS Cloud. Consider moving your application stack from your local server to the AWS Cloud. ✅ The AWS Cloud Adoption Framework (AWS CAF) helps you […]

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What is AWS AppSync?

✅ Developers can access their data through a managed GraphQL service provided by AWS AppSync. As opposed to conventional gateways, GraphQL encourages declarative code and works well with current frameworks and tools like React, React Native, iOS, and Android. ✅ When clients use the GraphQL subscription procedures, AWS AppSync automatically creates and maintains a secure […]

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What are AWS Outposts?

✅AWS Outposts enable businesses to run AWS infrastructure on their own premises. It increases the hybrid cloud system’s consistency. ✅AWS Outposts combines the greatest features of two eras, on-premises infrastructure, and cloud computing, into a single service. ✅The adaptability of AWS Outposts is what makes it so popular. Businesses can build a consistent hybrid user […]

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What is AWS Fargate?

✅Fargate removes the operational overhead of scaling, patching, securing, and managing servers. ✅Monitor your applications via built-in integrations with AWS services like Amazon CloudWatch Container Insights. ✅Only pay for what you use. Fargate scales the compute to closely match your specified resource requirements. ✈️ Use Cases of AWS Fargate 👉Web apps, APIs, and microservices- Build […]

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AWS MigrationHub EC2 Recommendations

✅ Amazon EC2 Instance recommendations estimates the cost of running our existing servers using AWS Migration. Before you can receive Amazon EC2 instance recommendations, you must have data about your on-premises servers in Migration Hub. ✅ You can optimize your AWS Migration Hub EC2 recommendations and associated costs by selecting additional preferences such as billing […]

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Features of AWS Amplify

⚡Build: Set up your app’s backend with Amplify Studio or Amplify CLI, then connect your app to it with Amplify libraries and UI components. ⚡DataStore: A multi-platform (iOS/Android/React Native/Web) on-device persistent storage engine powered by GraphQL that synchronizes data across mobile/web apps and the cloud is used. ⚡Analytics: Understand your customers’ online, iOS, and Android […]

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