Tracking resources and managing cloud costs effectively requires a granular view on spend by applications/ department. The in-built cost dashboard helps uncover usage spikes and anomalies which will help teams take action that saves cloud costs.
Simplified cloud management and collaboration for both IT administrators and application end-users with no security or compliance gaps. Enabling file access and collaboration without the need for AWS expertise or having to deal with security requirements and overheads.
By Jonathan|2021-06-07T07:59:54+00:00June 2nd, 2021|
A guest post from Jonathan Rau, Head of Cloud and Offensive Security - IHS Markit, on how you can become more effective at Cloud Security Posture Management through automated continuous assessments in the application's context.
Save 80% effort and time with the new well-architected blueprint that reduces the complexity of implementing blue/green and canary deployments for Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) and AWS Fargate applications.
In our first AWS CloudOps Day, St.Louis University (SLU), showcased how they gained 30% in researcher productivity without adding headcount. A consolidation of webinar questions around how to achieve CloudOps excellence by automating routine tasks.
Starting today AWS customers can reduce your total cost of cloud operations. Get get full Visibility, perform 200+ Security checks, 160+ Compliance checks and get Cost saving insights into your Cloud Accounts, in just a few clicks.
By Bhargava K|2021-06-07T12:14:31+00:00February 16th, 2021|
A fortune 200 Independent SaaS Vendors (ISV) achieves 1-hour Recovery Point Objective (RPO), 4-hour Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) and on-demand recovery testing with just a slack command, across 600 hundred Amazon Elastic Compute (EC2) Instances, with an autonomous BOT based approach.
Cloud security is a moving target because cloud infrastructure is dynamic by nature. Anyone in your team can add or remove resources, scale on demand, or bring resources online for testing. Add to this the
Digital transformations are not about just getting to the cloud. To truly benefit from the agility, scale, performance and cost efficiencies of their cloud investments, business leaders need to invest in their IT teams, tools and processes to fundamentally transform their IT operations to Cloud Operations (CloudOps).
The pandemic has accelerated digital transformations unlike any single event in history. While cloud enables application developers with amazing possibilities and modern development tools, it is also a challenge to infrastructure administrators and CIOs. For
By Sumant Dubey|2021-06-07T12:16:37+00:00January 28th, 2021|
All about the components that power DAY2™ CloudOps Automation Rules and how they work together to simplify and automate responses to application-level alerts. Learn more about the delivery of automated If-This-Then-That (IFTTT) style reactions and remediations to application alerts.
Simplify Docker based deployments for ECS or Fargate clusters and automate routine operations with AWS native services, with No-Code and No-Agents. Use operations ready well-architected blueprints for DAY2™ ECS and Fargate to help infrastructure teams deploy and instantly manage highly scalable, fast, serverless application environments.
An Autonomous CloudOps solution enables you to automate your routine and repeatable cloud operations such as resource provisioning, user management, patch management, responding to routine alerts, configuration enforcement, security and compliance checks. Here are 5 attributes to consider in an Autonomous No-Code CloudOps Solution.
Today, a growing number of applications are hosted on and delivered from the cloud. Most large enterprises still use a hybrid model of on-premise and cloud systems. This requires growing use of Cloud Operations or CloudOps along with existing ITOps. What is the difference?
With DAY2™ Cloud Governance, CloudOps and IT teams can create varying configurations and publish them to specific users and/or departments. You can give your users flexibility in configuration parameters, make choices such as approved Amazon EC2 instance types, and also lock down parameters such as VPC boundaries and Subnets.
By Luke Walker|2021-06-21T09:54:12+00:00December 9th, 2020|
With DAY2™ CloudOps Automation Rules, teams can save time in implementing system checks and improve accuracy of application reliability responses by focusing on defining the logical sequence of events that should take place with “if this then that” conditional logic, instructing the DAY2™ platform to react on the teams’ behalf.