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Amazon Web Services provides on-demand cloud computing platforms to individuals, companies and governments. Cloudreach have great knowledge and experience with AWS, as a AWS Premier Partner in both Europe and North America. Get insight from some of our experts on the platform.

How to continuously assess the security of your AMIs

Jawad Seddar 23rd February 2018
Jawad Seddar, Cloud Systems Developer at Cloudreach, gives insight on a continuous AMI assessment process using Amazon Inspector, Lambda and CloudWatch.   Vulnerability assessments   When deploying resources in the cloud or in your datacenters, it’s always recommended to make sure they are not affected by known vulnerabilities as these can easily be leveraged to […]

Surviving the hybrid cloud: a networking perspective

Tudor Toma 19th February 2018
The cloud today is often an idealistic world where we envision native cloud applications, elasticity, resiliency and other traits which a public cloud service brings. The reality the corporate, large enterprise landscape have to face is a long history of managing and running their own applications in private or hosted data centers, therefore stepping into […]

Cloudreach .create(v=4.0) Hackathon winner: NoComprehend

Alberto Alvarez 5th January 2018
It’s always great when .create() time comes around. We especially liked this edition as we could play with some of the services recently announced at AWS re:Invent 2017. NoComprehend is a Slack chatbot that uses a natural language processing (NLP) backend provided by Amazon Comprehend to identify keywords in Slack messages and populates a phrasal […]

FPGAs and the Future of Parallelized Computation in the Cloud

Cloudreach Team 20th December 2017
Abstract: Field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) are a type of mutable hardware that can be reprogrammed and repurposed. This allows for quicker development time, time to market, and turnaround for hardware developers working on application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs). “The nonrecurring engineering (NRE) expense of custom ASIC design far exceeds that of FPGA-based hardware solutions”, especially […]