AWS KMS Envelope Encryption
Today the Cloudreach blog covers a topic that is hot, hot, hot given the continuing security breaches, challenges and discussions around the globe. Specifically, we’re going to talk about encryption in AWS and how to make AWS Key Management Service (KMS) secure for your needs. The functionality that KMS provides is great, and with a […]
.create() a Cloudreach Hackathon
Why we started a hackathon It’s important to keep your mind at work by solving problems and learning new things.
Sceptre: a tool for driving AWS CloudFormation
Sceptre is a tool for driving AWS CloudFormation, which has recently been open-sourced by Cloudreach. The project and source code can be found on GitHub.
Get started with OpsWorks for Chef Automate
In November, AWS hosted its big annual event, re:Invent, where lots of new features were released. The full list of product announcements can be found here. One of them, OpsWorks for Chef Automate, allows you to launch a Chef Automate server fully managed by AWS.
Storage Appliances in the Cloud
AWS announced Elastic File System (EFS) as General Availability earlier this year, meaning we are a little closer to finally having a managed file storage service within AWS. However, its release is limited to a handful of regions and a limited set of features.
Automation is the new 24/7 SOC
As cloud matures and Enterprise use accelerates further, one of the critical use cases that has gathered a great deal of attention is the management of sensitive data like PII and PHI. AWS has matured greatly to support such use cases in recent years. Sophisticated capabilities in services like IAM, S3, KMS and logging/auditing like […]
Ptolemy: An AWS DMS Table Mapping Generator
This post introduces Ptolemy, a tool for creating AWS DMS mapping tables, recently open sourced by Cloudreach. Ptolemy’s source code can be found on GitHub.
New AWS Reservation Options: what do they mean for your business?
If your finger’s on the AWS pulse, you may have seen the news today from AWS about changes to their reservations. You can read the announcement here.
PowerShell on Linux: is it really working?
Yes. It is. From the moment that Microsoft announced this on the 8th of August all eyebrows were raised and a high level of curiosity has been sparked, especially now when Microsoft is leaning heavily towards linux and open source in general.