fbpx

Latest AWS publications


The bastion server that isn’t there
When Joshua Kite joined DAZN he had a vision to tackle the scaling and security deficiencies of the traditional approach to bastion servers. Ahead of DevOps Live 2019, we talk to Joshua about his new approach, and the lessons other engineers can learn from his experience Bastion servers are a critical security component in a... Read More

AWS launches fully managed backup service

Wave goodbye to custom scripts: AWS Backup automates backup across multiple AWS services and on-prem apps AWS has announced AWS Backup, a service that makes it simpler for developers to back up their data across various AWS services and on-premises applications. From the get-go, developers can manage backup policies across databases, block storage, object storage… Read More


How software-defined networking pulls the strings of multicloud

Without automation or application-level network and security policies, complex multicloud networks would collapse, writes Hussein Khazaal, VP of Marketing & Partnerships at Nuage Networks The multicloud world has well and truly arrived. Organisations today make use of multiple public clouds such as AWS, GCE and Microsoft Azure as well as many cloud base services (e.g. SaaS,… Read More


Amazon brings AWS hardware and services direct to the data centre

Amazon is coming for those unable or unwilling to shelve on-premise infrastructure by bringing AWS hardware and services to the data centre Amazon Web Services’ encroachment into enterprise IT went one step further yesterday with the cloud giant announcing the hardware it uses to power its own cloud is available to purchase. Unveiled at re:Invent… Read More


AWS first major cloud provider to sell ARM servers as a service

AWS has launched EC2 cloud instances powered by its new ARM-based AWS Graviton processor At AWS re:Invent on Monday night, it was a new processor announcement that drew the loudest cheers from the Las Vegas crowd. In his opening keynote, AWS VP Peter DeSantis announced that Amazon has designed 64-bit ARM server processors in-house. The energy-efficient… Read More



Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!