Monday, 28 August 2017

HIPAA workloads on the AWS Cloud have been loaded with reference architecture that is deployed by Quick Start

The Amazon Quick Start is now setting up a model environment that will aid the organisation that has heavy workloads that fall within the range of the US Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) which consist of the workloads with the protected health information (PHI). The technical requirement that is charged by the HIPAA regulation is curtained by the Quick Start architecture maps. It deployed automatically by Amazon Web Service CloudFormation scripts and templates that create an example multi-tier by setting up Linux based web application in the Amazon Web Service Cloud in 30 minutes. The templates can be customised so that it can create repetitively, an auditable reference architecture that can meet the customer specific needs. The Quick Start is included with a guide for deployment that specifies the architecture in detail by providing step-by-step details for configuring, validating and deploying the Amazon Web Service Environment. Quick Start also has security control reference that links the Quick Start’s architecture components, configuration and the decision to particular HIPAA regulatory requirements.

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