February 27, 2018
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Levvel helps clients large and small securely transition their business to Amazon Web Services (AWS), enabling analytics and big data workflows, IoT and Edge processing, and streamlining traditional application, mobile, and media workloads. Proper management of AWS Identity & Access Management (IAM) users, groups, policies and roles is one of the most important steps in securing an AWS account, but is a prevalent pain point for clients new to AWS. Below, Levvel presents the top 5 most common IAM issues encountered by our clients, as well as our recommended solution.
You can also ensure that you’re properly securing and hardening your AWS accounts by downloading Levvel’s free 2018 Amazon Web Services Account Hardening Checklist.
API design is crucial, giving structure to application interaction. Given cross-functional teams and applications, development time is reduced with a clear, intuitive way to access data. API development often follows two approaches: REST and GraphQL.
Before your data scientists wring value out of your reams of data, it has to be accessible and, on some basic level, coherently arranged. To harness all that brainpower, you need to keep the data wrangling to a minimum. Enter the data lake.
Kubernetes has become the standard when it comes to containerization. While raw Kubernetes is not easy to deploy and manage, cloud services providers such as AWS, Azure and IBM Bluemix provide managed services that significantly ease adoption.
How to use the Amazon API Gateway in a multi-account environment where one instance can be used to manage a variety of APIs deployed across multiple accounts.