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Kubernetes

Kubernetes vs. AWS ECS vs. Docker Swarm vs. Serverless

Docker orchestration tools and serverless are getting a lot of hype — but what’s the best tool for your application, and how do you actually deploy them on AWS? Last week, our Sr. Solutions Architect and DevOps Engineer Phil Christensen put on a fantastic webinar comparing containers and serverless on AWS. Below is a recap…

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Why Retailers Are Migrating to Azure Cloud: Interview with Adam Burke

Retailers are building more personal, differentiated experiences for customers online and in stores. In order to support these new applications, they need a flexible infrastructure platform and powerful data services — and as a result, are increasingly turning towards Microsoft Azure. Over the past year, the team at Logicworks has seen a surge of interest in…

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RegTech

RegTech: Why 70% of IT Leaders Want to Automate Compliance

Financial services and payment companies face rising compliance costs and a significant skills shortage in compliance. No wonder that IT leaders are eager to automate compliance in order to reduce cost and complexity; in fact, nearly 70% of IT pros would prefer an automated approach to compliance. Download the eBook: RegTech on the Public Cloud…

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Logicworks Earns PCI DSS Level 1 Certification for 6th Straight Year

We are pleased to announce that Logicworks has achieved Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard (DSS) Level 1 Service Provider Certification for the 6th straight year! Over the past several months, Logicworks has worked with Coalfire, a leading independent PCI Qualified Security Assessor Company (QSAC), to perform a comprehensive audit of Logicworks’ Managed AWS…

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How is HITRUST™ Certification Different from HIPAA?

The HITRUST CSF™ is a widely adopted security framework for healthcare companies and has been gaining popularity as a more structured, unified, and comprehensive standard that can be used to help satisfy HIPAA and HITECH in a defensible fashion. However, many small and mid-sized healthcare companies struggle with understanding the framework and building an internal…

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PCI DSS cloud

Nearly Half of Companies Fail to Meet PCI DSS Compliance Standards

Only 55.4% of companies meet all PCI DSS compliance standards, according to a new report released by Verizon. While this number is up 7% from 2015, it still translates to nearly half of retailers, IT services companies, payment software providers and hospitality organizations do not adequately protect credit cardholder information. Download eBook: Payment Compliance on…

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WannaCry and Public Cloud

WannaCry and Public Cloud

Yesterday, I attended a CISO Executive Summit here in NYC.  The room was packed with 175 CISOs and top-level security leaders from various industries.  There was broad agreement that WannaCry was a scramble for many of their teams, and created a long weekend for some.  We concurred that we were lucky the “kill switch” was…

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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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Why Digital Health Companies Belong on AWS Cloud

Why Digital Health Companies Belong on AWS Cloud

Global equity funding to private digital health startups grew for the 7th straight year in 2016, with a 12% increase from $5.9B in 2015 to $6.6B in 2016, according to CBInsights. Not incidentally, the rise of digital health has coincided with rising familiarity and market acceptance of public cloud providers like Amazon Web Services (AWS).…

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How to Migrate to AWS in 30 Days

For some projects, it is not an option to spend 3-6 months planning for AWS migration. A looming deadline means you have to put aside the “normal” steps for AWS migration, like conducting an extensive TCO analysis or rearchitecting applications. This was certainly the case with PartyLite, a global eCommerce platform with a 30 day…

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