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6 Exciting New Services from AWS Re:Invent 2017

It’s been another incredible week at AWS Re:Invent. Long gone are the days when the most exciting new service they announced was a new instance size — it’s hard to find a service announcement that doesn’t involve machine learning or artificial intelligence, and it’s clear that AWS is moving up the stack. We sat down…

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These Data Scientists are Using AWS Cloud to Help Consumers Save Money

Have you ever wondered how your finances compare to those of other people? Do you know if you’re overspending, not saving enough, or paying higher interest rates than people like you? Data scientists Majd Maksad and Korash Hernandez know the answers. After working at companies like Discover Card, Citigroup, and Goldman Sachs, they have now…

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Fast, Secure Deployments with Docker on AWS: Recap

Fast, Secure Deployments with Docker on AWS: Recap

Running Docker on Amazon Web Services (AWS) is an increasingly popular way to improve the velocity of code delivery. But understanding the right AWS and 3rd party tools to orchestrate containers, automate infrastructure build-out, and secure your critical resources can be a challenge. Last week, Logicworks teamed up with AWS and our mutual customer, Spring…

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6 New AWS Products Launched in 2017

6 New AWS Products Launched in 2017

Image Source: AWS If you’re an AWS enthusiast like us, you are excited whenever Amazon releases a new product or updates an existing service. So far in 2017, AWS has launched some very exciting products — and in this post, we’ll share our AWS Engineers’ opinions on these announcements: 1. Chime Release Date: February 13,…

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Migrating Health Care Data to the AWS Cloud

There will be an estimated 25,000 petabytes of patient data in the US by 2020. For many health organizations and health care SaaS providers, the cost of continually expanding on-premise storage is already unsustainable — and it will only get worse. These pressures make cloud an attractive option. Mature cloud platforms like Amazon Web Services…

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6 Things to Look for in a Cloud MSP

Companies that migrate to the cloud usually look to a partner for help. While these companies typically start to their partner search with the usual criteria in mind — SLAs, break/fix, monitoring — they soon realize that in the cloud, traditional managed service partners are not enough. In the world of infrastructure as code, large…

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New AWS Services: What You Need to Know

If you were at Amazon Web Services Re:Invent this year—or watching the news from your office —it is clear that there has never been a better time to be an AWS customer. Yet again, new AWS services launched that have the potential to disrupt entire tech verticals and change the way we think about things like…

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UK CIOs Dissatisfied With Cloud Providers

After speaking with hundreds of UK technology leaders about cloud adoption, it is clear that cloud technology is transforming business models and improving cost-efficiency in the enterprise. Despite the positive results, IT leaders have also shared serious concerns. They usually sound something like this: “The cloud is great. The support is mediocre at best.” “I…

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How to Avoid Cloud Project Roadblocks

Nearly half of organizations meet major roadblocks after the initial stage of a digital project, according to a recent survey. These early failures are potentially disastrous for a project; when IT teams fail to deliver early successes, the entire endeavor starts to look like a bad idea. A misstep in the early phases of a…

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Security and Advanced Automation in the Enterprise

Complexity is a huge security risk for the enterprise. While security is always a top priority during the initial build phase of a cloud project, over time security tends to slip. As systems evolve, stacks change, and engineers come and go, it’s very easy to end up with a mash-up of legacy and cloud security…

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