AWS Amplify: Automate Your Deployments

Posted on May 16, 2022 by Mithilesh Dilip Tarkar | Comments(0)

AWS Amplify is a service to deploy your full-stack web and mobile applications. Initially introduced by AWS in November of 2018. AWS Amplify is great for Continuous Deployment (CD/CI) operations with your application. This blog post takes you through a simple demonstration of how to work with AWS Amplify and handle all application deployments.

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Translate Text to Different Languages using Amazon Translate- Part 1

Posted on May 13, 2022 by Sanket Gaikwad | Comments(1)

Translating text at a large scale is a massive challenge for many organizations that want to make themselves understood globally. Many organizations want their businesses to grow and try to make the text available in multiple languages so that everyone can understand it. Amazon Translate is the solution if we wish to translate the text for our website, provide localized text for our software applications, or provide a real-time translation.

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Disaster Recovery in Cloud Computing: Here’s Everything You Need to Know

Posted on May 11, 2022 by Prarthit Mehta | Comments(2)

Data is the most important asset any business or organization can possess. Loss of data can have a significant impact on the business that can be almost irreversible and can hamper the productivity, and reputation of the company and also lose customers. Predicting when a disaster occurs is impossible. However, disasters can be classified into human errors or natural causes.

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Simplifying Your AWS Network Architecture with Transit Gateway

Posted on May 5, 2022 by Mahek Tamboli | Comments(10)

As your cloud infrastructure expands globally you need to find out a way to connect your resources which are in different VPCs. A Transit Gateway is a network hub that you can use to interconnect your virtual private clouds (VPCs) and on-premises networks. It is like a hub and spoke design or star topology design for connecting VPCs and on-premises networks. Transit Gateway allows customers to connect thousands of VPCs together. It is a regional service. It gives you simplified connectivity to the multiple VPC as compared to a complex VPC peering connection. Traffic between VPC and Transit Gateway remains on the AWS global private network and is not exposed to the public internet. Transit Gateways in different regions can peer with each other to enable VPC communications across regions. Transit Gateway inter-Region peering encrypts all traffic, with no single point of failure or bandwidth bottleneck which helps you to get improved security.

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