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5 AWS Security Best Practices to Secure Your Cloud Resources

Keeping your cloud resources secure from cybersecurity threats is highly essential. Security in the AWS (Amazon Web Services) is a shared responsibility model between AWS and the user. AWS secures the infrastructure under which the resources where users build workloads. On the other hand, the user has to secure their workloads. The AWS infrastructure itself…

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Factors to Consider When Choosing an AWS Security & Compliance Tool

Organizations that handle crucial customer data and personal information have to comply with various regulatory requirements. Some of the most common regulatory standards include: The General Data Protection Policy (GDPR), Service Organization Control (SOC 2), Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), Center for Internet Security (CIS) Information Security Operations (ISO 27001), and National Institute…

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Increase Your Cloud Security Observability with nOps’ New Rules

If you’re orchestrating workloads that power business-critical data and applications, enacting robust security guardrails is important in keeping your cloud environment secure.  To accomplish this, you must acquire observability in a manner that provides high-level visibility into your provisioned cloud resources. This will empower your DevOps team to detect potential unauthorized intrusions and resolve security…

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nOps Cloud Management Platform Adding Azure Support

nOps is proud to announce Azure support for our industry-leading cloud management platform. The new support delivers a spectrum of world-class product features, providing a rich experience for partners and end-users running Azure cloud infrastructure. Azure is the second most popular cloud provider after Amazon Web Services (AWS). We felt it was the perfect time…

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How Much Does AWS EBS Storage Cost?

AWS (Amazon Web Services) Elastic Block Storage (EBS) is a scalable, high performance EC2 storage.  You can use EBS to store persistent data, meaning the service will keep your data even when you terminate EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) Instances. With EBS, you can create storage volumes and attach them to EC2 instances. Ideally, EBS is…

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How to Optimize Amazon Storage Gateway Performance

The Amazon Storage Gateway helps you create a hybrid environment when migrating from on-premise to the cloud and also allows you to check for compatibility issues. In a hybrid environment, AWS (Amazon Web Services) can access on-premise resources and vice-versa. Gateways are an essential cloud migration tool, which helps users limit disruptions. How Does Amazon…

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How AWS Helps Achieve Compliance

As data breaches become more sophisticated and widespread, organizations must secure business systems and customer data. Businesses want to ensure maximum data protection, and there are various regulatory requirements that organizations have to comply with. These requirements include HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), SOC2 (Service Organization Control 2), NIST (National Institute of Standards…

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How Much Do AWS S3 Storage Classes Cost?

Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) is the ultimate cloud storage service for users who want to build and deploy workloads seamlessly. It provides users with a fast, highly reliable, and scalable data storage platform that’s essentially inexpensive.  Despite the high reliability and scalability, understanding S3 storage classes cost can be an uphill task. The numerous…

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Which is the AWS Best Container Service for Your Workloads?

DevOps teams deliver products securely and quickly. Teams have had to adopt revolutionary development strategies such as containerization to see faster deployments. Thanks to a revolutionary containerization technology, organizations can easily manage and scale application development.  AWS (Amazon Web Services) containers are a more reliable, faster, and easier way to package your application code when…

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Secure Your AWS Lambda functions with nOps

We’re glad to inform you that we’ve added three new rules to our powerful nOps rules engine. These three new rules will assist you in optimizing your AWS Lambda resources through continuous monitoring of your Lambda functions and environment variables. The nOps security dashboard will notify you if misconfigurations or violations of best practices are…

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