Terraform in AWS and in Azure

By Dustin Ward

AWS FeedTerraform in AWS and in Azure Terraform is considerably one of the most proficient tools meant for building, versioning, and changing the existing or new infrastructure efficiently. It is destined to manage the modern and existing cloud service providers along with the in-house cloud solutions.  It functions by generating an execution plan at first, following…

Amazon Managed Service for Grafana (AMG) preview updated with new capabilities

By Dustin Ward

AWS FeedAmazon Managed Service for Grafana (AMG) preview updated with new capabilities Starting today, Amazon Managed Service for Grafana (AMG) is now available to all AWS customers in public preview and updated with new features and plugins. AMG manages the provisioning, setup, scaling, and maintenance of Grafana servers, eliminating the need for customers to do…

User Defined Functions (UDF) are now generally available for Amazon Athena

By Dustin Ward

AWS FeedUser Defined Functions (UDF) are now generally available for Amazon Athena User Defined Functions (UDF), which enable users to apply custom operations to their data, are now generally available for Amazon Athena. While Athena provides a wide range of built-in functions, users can extend these capabilities with their own functions and use them directly…

Field Notes: Building Automated Pipeline Corrosion Monitoring with AWS IoT Core

By Dustin Ward

AWS FeedField Notes: Building Automated Pipeline Corrosion Monitoring with AWS IoT Core This post was authored by Venkatesh Muthusami, Principle Consultant, Infosys Technologies, Sudharsan Chinnappan, Analyst, System Development, Infosys Technologies, Kenneth Francis Dias, Technology Architect, Infosys Technologies, and Ashutosh Pateriya, Partner Solutions Architect, AWS Pipelines are crucial to the oil and gas industry across upstream,…

Introducing cross-Region event routing with Amazon EventBridge

By Dustin Ward

AWS FeedIntroducing cross-Region event routing with Amazon EventBridge Using Amazon EventBridge, you can now route events from any commercial AWS Region to other supported Regions. The initial list of supported destination Regions is: US East (N. Virginia – us-east-1), US West (Oregon – us-west-2), and Europe (Ireland – eu-west-1). This blog post explains how to…