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We align the AWS security services to the 5 epics of the Security Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF). The order of the epics tells a story. The story has some components/modules that can support it. Story 1: Identity & access management AWS Identity & Access Management (IAM) AWS Single Sign-On AWS Directory Service Amazon Cognito AWS […]
At AWS, we consider all are builders. The innovators, the collaborators, the creators. The ones who see what doesn’t exist, and then make it exist. We believe nothing should stand in the builder’s way, and dreams never have to turn off. With AWS, it’s time to build on.. Because we are aiming to build something […]
Definition of Cloud? I usually answer this question with this mechanism (from my perspective) You can ask “What”, “Where”, When”, “How”, “Why” to answer that question. What? >> it is collection of IT resources (such as compute, storage, artificial intelligence, function, framework, applications, etc) Where? >> it can be accessed from the internet, so literally […]
If you think Cloud Computing is only about “Hosting your Server” (which a lot of people do)… then, please kindly read again some public materials out there and create a free account at AWS to try it by your self – since it is way beyond than that! One of the service that I would […]
Q: What is Amazon DynamoDB? DynamoDB is a fast and flexible nonrelational database service for any scale. DynamoDB enables customers to offload the administrative burdens of operating and scaling distributed databases to AWS so that they don’t have to worry about hardware provisioning, setup and configuration, throughput capacity planning, replication, software patching, or cluster scaling. […]