Wednesday, 11 March 2020

Now Amazon Managed Blockchain is accessible in the Asia Pacific (Singapore) region

Amazon Managed Blockchain is an entirely organised service which makes it simple to design and handle scalable blockchain networks implementing the approved open source frameworks Hyperledger Fabric and Ethereum* with just a few clicks. Amazon Managed Blockchain removes the costs need to build the network, and automatically scales to fulfil the requirements of thousands of applications functioning millions of transactions. When your network is active and working, Amazon Managed Blockchain helps it to make simple to organise and keep your blockchain network. It handles your certificates and allows you simply ask new members to connect the network. Amazon Managed Blockchain is accessible in the following AWS regions: US East (N. Virginia), and Asia Pacific (Singapore). To get further details on AWS regions and services, go through the AWS global region table. And you can read more about Amazon Managed Blockchain on documentation

Friday, 6 March 2020

Open Source Remote Helper feature announced by AWS CodeCommit

AWS CodeCommit is an entirely organised source control (or version control) service that is the practice of tracing and handling modifications to code which makes it simple for organisations to host safe and most scalable private Git repositories. The remote helper is open source and available for community contributions through pull requests to its GitHub repository. Now AWS CodeCommit offers a new feature an open-source remote helper for Git, git-remote-codecommit. This package widens Git and provides using authentication for CodeCommit repository access through profile details configured via the AWS CLI. This feature helps both IAM users and access using assumed roles, identity providers, and federated access. Read documentation to get more information on the AWS CodeCommit and you can go through our walkthrough or visit the console. And to get the complete list of AWS Regions where AWS CodeCommit is accessible, refer documentation.

Thursday, 5 March 2020

Check out how Cloud Migration benefits you and your business

Cloud is an online data centre where we can store our data safely instead of storing it on a local hardware device which has a greater risk of data loss. Cloud migration refers to shifting of all your database and application from an on-premises server to online cloud storage. Migration helps you secure all your data by transporting them to the cloud, creating online backups and limiting the access to your data. 

Key Advantages
People migrating to the cloud want to use the cloud services that are best suited according to their needs so that the migration goes as smoothly as possible. The usage of cloud computing is on growth as people are using cloud services to grow their businesses. AWS cloud is a company which provides advanced cloud services. These key advantages will tell you about the best benefits of the cloud so that you can ensure to get the most out of your cloud service.

  • Faster Deployment Times
  • Once you migrate to the cloud, you would be able to deploy your applications and services faster, cloud helps you quickly provision servers which tends to be a much simpler process when compared to other alternatives. Migration helps you in discovering the most suitable operating system and placing it into a network or data centre.
  • Advanced Security Systems
  • Increased security is provided by cloud services to save your data from any theft or damage, limiting the access to certain people according to your permission. Cloud migration results in securing all your applications and database and the advanced systems help you with backups and damage control to secure your data from any disaster.
  • Simple Infrastructure
  • Cloud provides you with simple infrastructure which allows you to provide services through a very easy procedure, removing all the complexities which were part of the process earlier. Cloud helps you in providing access to the data to your remotest resource centre and put the collaborative effort in any operation and efficiently finish your work.
  • 24/7 Activity Monitoring
  • AWS Cloud offers you continuous monitoring of any activity on your network and database, to save your data from any kind of unauthorized access. Your activity monitor also lets you know all your sales and profit to keep track of all your transaction, cash inflow and outflow. It helps you monitor the activity of all your employees to keep aware of the status of your operations and development.
  • Backup and Data Loss
  • Cloud provides you with an automatic backup of your data to ensure that you don’t lose any data while any kind of transfer. It helps you in disaster recovery so that you can figure out the damage caused by the disaster and its reason, and set up things back again to work.
  • Cost Cutting
  • Cost-cutting is the most prominent feature of cloud, which can result in a huge profit for any business, they also provide auto-scaling, which allows in the provision of services and turn it off when not required. It helps you prevent any unnecessary expense required during increased workload in an on-premises server.
  • Reduced Data Centre
  • With the cloud, you won’t be needing multiple data centre setups as all your data is secured in an online database with the highest security. Multiple data centres affect the collaboration as it becomes complicated and it costs a great amount in running these data centres efficiently all along the same time. Therefore, the cloud decreases the complexity of collaboration of farthest data centres and working together and also helps in cutting the cost of running these data centres.
  • Improve Operational Efficiency
  • Cloud makes it easier for your businesses to modernise and connect to your existing applications and services. The interconnection of business application helps you improve your employee’s efficiency and provide adequate information about previous operations make further operations easy and relatable. You can easily access the updated versions of these operations without going through any complex configuration.

Final thoughts of Conclusion
Cloud migration has several numbers of benefits which can help any new start-up or a developed business to grow into a mega enterprise. The services offered by the cloud are very convincing and promising, fulfilling all the needs of future IT advancements. Cloud computing comes with never-ending benefits, and websites that offer managed cloud services such as Clouddotin provide you with end-to-end project management.

Monday, 2 March 2020

Amazon Lightsail proposes resource monitoring, alarming and notifications

Amazon Lightsail now offers resource monitoring, alarming and notifications. You can now assign starting point for each of the monitored metrics for Amazon Lightsail instances, load balancers and databases, and be notified if the thresholds are exceeded via email and SMS notifications. This new launch will let you understand the health of your Lightsail infrastructure, and be notified if there are any difficulties. At most 2 alarms per metric can be stated on instances, load balancers and databases. For example, one alarm could be used as an alert and the other alarm could pop when it has exceeded a critical threshold. To create the alarm, you only need to choose the metric you require to alarm on, a threshold value for the metric to exceed and how long the metric requires to overshoot the threshold value to trigger the alarm. When an alarm is violated, a warning flag is appeared in the Lightsail console. Besides, you can select to get notifications through email and/or SMS text message using Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS). Email address and SMS contact numbers can be supplied on a region by region basis, and not all regions support SMS text messaging (read documentation for details). No extra charges are applied on this new feature. To get more information, read documentation on how to create your first set of alarms.

Friday, 28 February 2020

Automatic content redaction supported by Amazon Transcribe

Amazon Transcribe uses advanced machine learning technologies to identify speech in audio files and transcribe them into text and this process called automatic speech recognition (ASR). For example, you can transcribe the audio track from a video recording to create closed captioning for the video. Similarly, it can be used to transcribe customer service calls, for subtitling, and to create metadata for media resources to produce a completely searchable archive. Now, you can command Amazon Transcribe’s content redaction feature to automatically pull out sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) from your transcription results. State-of-the-art machine learning technology utilised by Amazon Transcribe to correctly recognise and take out PII. PII removed adds social security number, credit card/bank account details and contact details like name, email address, phone number and mailing address. PII redaction allows contact centers to analysis and share transcripts to better the customer service experience, train agents, and find new business chances during retaining their qualities for managing PII. Amazon Transcribe’s redaction feature is purpose-built for recognising PII in conversational transcripts and is most precise for both numeric and non-numeric PII. Now this Automatic content redaction feature is accessible for US English with asynchronous transcription jobs in the following AWS regions: US East (N. Virginia), US West (N. California), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), Asia Pacific (Hong Kong), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Canada (Central), EU (Frankfurt), EU (Ireland), EU (London), EU (Paris), South America (Sao Paulo), Middle East (Bahrain), and AWS GovCloud (US-West). To know the pricing details, refer Automatic content redaction pricing. And to get further information, read documentation

Monday, 24 February 2020

Disconnected status gets notified by Amazon RDS on VMware

Amazon RDS on VMware allows you execute managed databases in on-premises VMware environments through Amazon RDS. Amazon RDS offers cost-efficient and resizable capacity during automating lengthy administration activities counting infrastructure provisioning, database setup, patching, and backups, allowing you to concentrate on your applications. RDS on VMware makes it simple to set up, operate, and scale databases in VMware vSphere private data centers. RDS on VMware lets you to use the identical basic interface for handling databases in on-premises VMware vSphere environments as you would use in AWS. RDS on VMware supports MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Microsoft SQL Server databases. Amazon RDS on VMware increases custom AZ status to cover a new state: Disconnected. The new disconnected status shows that the connection between the AWS region and a custom AZ is disrupted. The AWS Management console displays “Disconnected” in the “Status” column if the environment experiences a disruption. If a custom AZ is in disconnected, RDS API requests from this custom AZ are rejected. This new feature RDS on VMware disconnected state is obtainable to every RDS on VMware users.

Thursday, 20 February 2020

Now SSL connections imposed by Amazon Neptune

Amazon Neptune is a rapid, secure, quite organised graph database service that helps to create and execute applications which operate with highly associated datasets, so further you don’t have to bother about database management activities like hardware provisioning, software patching, setup, configuration, or backups. The basics of Amazon Neptune is a purpose-built, high-performance graph database engine optimised for saving billions of relationships and querying the graph with milliseconds latency. Mostly Amazon Neptune permits only Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connections via HTTPS to an instance or cluster endpoint. Now Amazon Neptune imposes SSL connections to your database. You have an alternative to deactivate SSL in regions, like US East (N. Virginia) or Europe (London), where both SSL and non-SSL connections are supported. You can deactivate SSL by altering the database cluster parameter from the AWS Management Console, or through the modify-db-cluster-parameter-group command via the AWS CLI. Amazon Neptune has always supported SSL connections to databases in every region, but did not cover the potential to impose SSL connections. Customers asked us for an easy way to allow only SSL connections to their database. When new cluster is created, the newly created neptune_enforce_ssl parameter is activated. Databases that have this parameter activated will merely undertake SSL connections. To know more about this new feature, visit the Neptune User Guide.

Now Amazon Managed Blockchain is accessible in the Asia Pacific (Singapore) region

Amazon Managed Blockchain is an entirely organised service which makes it simple to design and handle scalable blockchain networks imple...