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Google Cloud Challenges AWS With New Open-source Integrations

To identify security vulnerabilities at various stages, organizations can integrate various tools and services (cloud and third-party) into their DevSecOps pipelines. Integrating various tools and aggregating the vulnerability findings can be a challenge to do from scratch. AWS has the services and tools necessary to accelerate this objective and provides the flexibility to build DevSecOps pipelines with easy integrations of AWS cloud native and third-party tools. AWS also provides services to aggregate security findings.

Google Cloud challenges AWS with new open-source integrations

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In this post, I presented a DevSecOps pipeline that includes CI/CD, continuous testing, continuous logging and monitoring, auditing and governance, and operations. I demonstrated how to integrate various open-source scanning tools, such as SonarQube, PHPStan, and OWASP Zap for SAST and DAST analysis. I explained how to aggregate vulnerability findings in Security Hub as a single pane of glass. This post also talked about how to implement security of the pipeline and in the pipeline using AWS cloud native services. Finally, I provided the DevSecOps pipeline as code using AWS CloudFormation. For additional information on AWS DevOps services and to get started, see AWS DevOps and DevOps Blog.

FSx for Lustre integrates with Amazon S3, making it easier for you to process cloud datasets using the Lustre high-performance file system. When linked to an Amazon S3 bucket, an FSx for Lustre file system transparently presents S3 objects as files. Amazon FSx imports listings of all existing files in your S3 bucket at file system creation. Amazon FSx can also import listings of files added to the data repository after the file system is created. You can set the import preferences to match your workflow needs. The file system also makes it possible for you to write file system data back to S3. Data repository tasks simplify the transfer of data and metadata between your FSx for Lustre file system and its durable data repository on Amazon S3. For more information, see Using data repositories with Amazon FSx for Lustre and Data repository tasks.

FSx for Lustre integrates with AWS ParallelCluster. AWS ParallelCluster is an AWS-supported open-source cluster management tool used to deploy and manage HPC clusters. It can automatically create FSx for Lustre file systems or use existing file systems during the cluster creation process.

Ray ( is an open-source distributed compute framework that scales Python applications from a laptop to a cluster consisting of hundreds of compute nodes. It provides simplified primitive types for building and running distributed applications. You can parallelize single-machine code with a few additional lines of code. You can also build complex applications using a straightforward programming model (Ray Core) and a collection of high-level libraries and tools.

First-generation CSPM solutions focus only on cloud infrastructure misconfigurations, but to fully understand your real risk exposure, you also need visibility into the workloads. Aqua CSPM+ extends traditional CSPM with workload risk visibility to help you see and fix the highest risks across both your infrastructure and workloads.

Aqua surfaces top risks in your environment by correlating findings across the application lifecycle: image registries, cloud infrastructure, and running workloads spanning VMs, containers, functions, and Kubernetes clusters. Spend less time chasing false positives and more time fixing critical issues with a prioritized list of insights into your security posture.

Easily achieve and maintain compliance across your multi-cloud environment with built-in reports for more than 25 common regulatory standards, including NIST, PCI, HIPAA, and GDPR. Aqua automates cloud compliance by continuously auditing your cloud accounts for drifts and potential violations across dozens of industry standards and compliance best practices.

AWS started its life as an internal cloud offering. By 2006, it had evolved into a publicly available cloud platform with services like Amazon S3 cloud storage and elastic compute cloud (EC2). AWS now offers more than 200 fully featured services to cater to any demand and serve millions of users.

Microsoft Azure is the second-largest cloud platform. Debuting in 2010, Azure has evolved into a cloud platform with more than 200 products and services. Today, it is among the fastest-growing cloud platforms.

When choosing a cloud provider, the first thing to consider is its supported regions and availability. These directly impact the performance of your cloud, due to factors like latency and compliance requirements, especially when dealing with data.

All these platforms provide specialized cloud solutions for the government (Government Cloud). Furthermore, both AWS and Azure offer specialized services that cater to the Chinese market with data centers located in China.

Microsoft in particular is hot on the heels of AWS with its strong emphasis on the enterprise. Meanwhile, Google continues to evolve its presence by providing excellent integrations with open-source projects and third-party services.

In the end, of course, it all boils down to your specific use case. As the market grows, most enterprises are looking for multi-cloud strategies to leverage the strengths offered by each cloud provider without locking themselves to a single provider.

Reduce the time, complexity, and costs of cloud migrations and improve the accuracy of your planning with the BMC Helix Cloud Migration Simulator, which lets you compare the costs and resource requirements of leading service providers to evaluate and right-size workload migrations.

Netflix is committed to open source. Netflix both leverages and provides open source technology focused on providing the leading Internet television network. Our technology focuses on providing immersive experiences across all internet-connected screens. Netflix's deployment technology allows for continuous build and integration into our worldwide deployments serving members in over 50 countries. Our focus on reliability defined the bar for cloud based elastic deployments with several layers of failover. Netflix also provides the technology to operate services responsibly with operational insight, peak performance, and security. We provide technologies for data (persistent & semi-persistent) that serve the real-time load to our 62 million members, as well as power the big data analytics that allow us to make informed decisions on how to improve our service. If you want to learn more, jump into any of the functional areas below to learn more.

The most innovative companies around the world rely on Sysdig to close the loop from source to run, with no blind spots, no guesswork, no wasted time. The Sysdig cloud security platform is built on open standards, so it works with the tools you already use.

We built the Sysdig platform on an open source stack to accelerate innovation and drive standardization. We are the creators of Falco, the open source standard for cloud-native threat detection, with millions of downloads and a thriving community of contributors.

APIs are driving force behind many applications big and small. Whether your publishing a public API or building a new integrations marketplace,APIs are becoming the way business is done. Just like the web era had HTTP servers to serve those websites in production, APIs have API Gateways in order to serve APIs in production. One can leverage API gateways to help deliver the API with high availability in mind to your customers and partners. They are a type of proxy server that sits in front of your API and performs functionality such as authentication, rate limiting, routing publicly accessible endpoints to the appropriate microservice, load balancing across multiple internal services, among other things.

Besides the benefits listed above, there are additional benefits for companies who are building publicly accessible APIs for customers and partners. Such API platforms are built by API first companies like Stripe or Twilio and also companies with developer platforms such as Github or Twitter.These days, its becoming far more critical for B2B companies to transition to platforms as customers and partners demand more customization and integrations.

Kong is an open source API gateway that is build on top of (NGINX.) which is a very popular open source HTTP proxy server. Even though Kong is open source, KongHQ provides maintenance and support licenses for large enterprise. While basic features arehad with the open-source version, certain features like the Admin UI, Security, and developer portal are available only with an enterprise license.

Amazon AWS, as the biggest cloud vendor, also has AWS API Gateway. It is a cloud only option. If you already are using AWS Lambda or EC2, you can deploy AWS API gateway in the same data center region as your upstream services so that the added latency will be less of an issue. AWS API Gateway is fully managed and can be deployed with a few clicks in the AWS portal.

Streaming technologies are not new, but they have considerably matured in recent years. The industry is moving from painstaking integration of open-source Spark/Hadoop frameworks, towards full stack solutions that provide an end-to-end streaming data architecture built on the scalability of cloud data lakes.

Since most of our customers work with streaming data, we encounter many different streaming use cases, mostly around operationalizing Kafka/Kinesis streams in the Amazon cloud. Below you will find some case studies and reference architectures that can help you understand how organizations in various industries design their streaming architectures:

embracing the open-source community.Processes for deploying applicationsAWS offers Elastic Beanstalk, Batch, Lambda, container services, etc., but it lacks a few features in terms of app hostingAzure offers a variety of app deployment options, including cloud services, container services, functions, batches, and app services, among others.Containerization and orchestration supportContainerized apps in AWS run using Elastic Beanstalk, which supports Docker files through a command-line interface.In Azure, the same functionality is performed by App Service, but the process is slightly more complex as one must run the container inside of a web app. Cloud market growthFor the first quarter of 2021, Amazon reported revenues of $13.5 billion, significantly higher than the first quarter of 2020 ($10.33 billion). Azure saw a 50% increase in revenue during Q2 of 2021, higher than the 46% predicted by analysts, but lesser than the 59% of the previous year.Pricing modelAWS is billed on an hourly basis.Azure is billed as per a per-minute model.See More: AWS vs. Azure: Your Guide to Choosing the Best Cloud Provider in 2021 350c69d7ab

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