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New cloud-based machine learning tools offer programmatic approach to security

Adoption of machine learning among healthcare companies is on the rise, thanks to new tools from cloud service providers like Amazon Web Services and Azure. As data storage requirements grow, healthcare companies are relying on automated detection and quarantine of sensitive data to protect them from accidental or malicious data loss. In a new article…

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Compliance Assessment

Are You Ready For Audit Time? Compliance Assessment for AWS and Azure

How do you build compliant architecture on the public cloud? And how do you maintain compliance as your cloud grows and changes? These are key questions for many companies — and their ability to confidently satisfy these questions can both reduce business risk and be a key differentiator to end customers. That is why Logicworks…

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Kubernetes vs. Docker Swarm vs. AWS ECS – NYC and Boston Workshops

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? In a half-day workshop on 5/16 in Boston and 5/17 in NYC, you will learn the differences and use-cases for serverless, AWS ECS, Kubernetes, Docker Swarm,…

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#1 Genetic Screening Company Migrates HIPAA Compliant Workloads to AWS

Genetic screening helps countless patients make informed healthcare decisions every year. Yet historically, this critical value has been inaccessible to many people as genetic screening was a labor-intensive and expensive process. Ten years ago, Counsyl set out to make genetic screening and counseling more accessible to a wider audience. Today, after over one million genetic…

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4 Reasons Why Digital Media Agencies Are Migrating to AWS

The rise of digital marketing has completely reshaped media agencies over the last 10 years. Clients expect agencies to be technical experts at delivering content rapidly and reliably – and want agencies to help them navigate new technologies. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a cloud platform that is designed to help companies launch (and tear…

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AWS Guard Duty

Containers and Compliance: Building Secure, Automated Systems on Amazon Web Services

Is it possible to use containers and maintain PCI, HIPAA, HITRUST, FedRAMP, or other compliance requirements? This is the question that CTO Jason McKay answers in a new article published in The New Stack this week. “Nothing about Docker containers is inherently incompatible with PCI or HIPAA….But as with most things in compliance, it’s how…

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HITRUST

HITRUST™ on Amazon Web Services (AWS)

The HITRUST CSF™ is growing in popularity — it’s used by 26.4% of healthcare companies as their cybersecurity framework for HIPAA compliance, according to the 2018 HIMSS Cybersecurity Survey. While HITRUST certification is a competitive differentiator for healthcare software and services companies in 2018, it will likely be table stakes in the next 1-3 years.…

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Logicworks Reports Record Revenue Growth as the Market for Managed Cloud Services Dramatically Expands

NEW YORK, April 02, 2018 — Logicworks, a leading cloud services provider, today announced dramatic expansion of its cloud services business for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2017.  Following a $135 million investment from Pamplona Capital Management, the company made significant investments in target market expansion, product development, and human capital to capture the…

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Docker Orchestration Tools: A Comparison

To get the full benefit of Docker containers, you need software to move containers around in response to auto-scaling events, a failure of the backing host that runs the container, and deployment updates. This is container orchestration. In a new article on Network Computing, CTO Jason McKay discusses the top three Docker orchestration tools: Kubernetes,…

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How to Manage AWS EBS Volumes for C5 and M5 Instances with Puppet, Chef, Ansible

by Adrian Mlodzianowski, Sr. Systems Engineer, Logicworks In the new family of AWS instances (the C5 and M5), EBS volumes are exposed as NVMe block devices. If you’re already using some form of automation to build instances, identifying the EBS device name can be a problem. Logicworks manages tens of thousands of EBS volumes, and…

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