Infrastructure operations management for AWS. AWS Cloud Managed Services provides ongoing management of your AWS infrastructure so you can focus on your applications. By implementing best practices to maintain your infrastructure, AWS Cloud Managed Services helps to reduce your operational overhead and risk. AWS Cloud Managed Services automates common activities such as change requests, monitoring, patch management, security, and backup services, and provides full lifecycle services to provision, run, and support your infrastructure. AWS rigor and controls help to enforce your corporate and security infrastructure policies, and enable you to develop solutions and applications using your preferred development approach. AWS Cloud Managed Services improves agility, reduces cost, and unburden you from infrastructure operations so you can direct resources toward differentiating your business.
By configuring default AWS security capabilities, such as Identity and Access Management (IAM) roles and AWS EC2 security groups, AWS Cloud Managed Services simplifies access management, and removes the complexity of managing multiple authentication mechanisms, enabling you to use your corporate credentials to access your AWS resources. AWS Cloud Managed Services provides simple and efficient means to make controlled changes to your infrastructure. For example, if you want to deploy an AWS EC2 stack, or change your RDS database configuration settings, AWS Cloud Managed Services enables you to quickly and easily make the request through a dedicated self-service console. Changes follow a set approval process, and most changes can be executed immediately through our automation engine, while others can be scheduled for execution at a later time. AWS Cloud Managed Services automation and integration with your existing ITSM service catalog allows you to quickly stand up applications in either test or production environments.
AWS Cloud Managed Services Continuity And Incident Management
AWS Cloud Managed Services backs up your AWS stacks at scheduled intervals that you define. In the event of a failure or outage that impacts your business, or at your request, AWS Cloud Managed Services can perform a restore of any of your backups as needed, including backed-up AWS EBS2 volumes or RDS database snapshots. AWS Cloud Managed Services monitors the overall health of your infrastructure resources, and handles the daily activities of investigating and resolving alarms or incidents. For example, in the event of an AWS EC2 instance failure, AWS Cloud Managed Services would recognize the failure and automatically launch another instance, and take appropriate action to help minimize or avoid service interruption. AWS Cloud Managed Services takes care of all of your OS patching activities to help keep your resources current and secure. When updates or patches are released from your OS vendors — including Amazon Linux, RHEL 7, and Windows Server. AWS Cloud Managed Services applies them in a consistent manner to minimize the impact on your business.
Security Management And Reporting
With AWS Cloud Managed Services, you have access to the data we are using to manage your infrastructure, including AWS S3 logs, CloudTrail logs, instance logs, and real-time data from the AWS Managed Services APIs. In addition, your AWS Cloud Service Delivery Manager will provide a monthly summary of key performance metrics, including operational activities, events and their respective impact, as well as recommendations to optimize platform usage. AWS Cloud Managed Services protects your information assets and helps keep your AWS infrastructure secure. With anti-malware protection, intrusion detection, and intrusion prevention systems, AWS Cloud Managed Services manages security policies per stack, and is able to quickly recognize and respond to any intrusion. Critical security patches are applied as needed, while others are applied based on the patch schedule you request. AWS Cloud Managed Services enables you to quickly and easily deploy your cloud infrastructure, and simplifies the on—demand provisioning of pre-defined cloud stacks.
Amazon AWS Cloud Managed Services