AWS Transfers for SFTP is a fully managed service that allows to easily upload/download data to/from AWS S3 using the SFTP protocol. In the previous blog post, we created a managed SFTP endpoint using the public key authentication. Sometimes, a username/password authentication may be required, e.g. if the access should be provided to existing users, e.g. from the AWS Cognito User Pool. In this blog post we are giving step-by-step instructions on how to implement a custom authentication for AWS Transfers for SFTP.
While everyone is moving to the cloud and modern software solutions, we still have many legacy systems with traditional integration approaches like uploading/downloading data via FTP(File Transfer Protocol) or SFTP(Secure Shell File Transfer Protocol). AWS recently announced a managed service for SFTP transfers which can be used as a bridge between the cloud and legacy applications.
In this short tutorial, I’m explaining how to perform SQL queries on big datasets without using any servers at all. We are going to play with Reddit comments dataset and find out which subreddit is the most popular and how many grateful comments are there on Reddit.
Our company has been working hard on helping companies to automate their business and manufacturing processes during the last several years. We strongly believe it's a good communication, what makes businesses successful. Because of it, the approach we use includes a full integration with the client's team and as much transparency as it's possible.
We live in a connected world. Social, business, computer networks are around us. This knowledge brings us to the next natural step — analysis. Do A and B have mutual friends? Does outage of the device X affect the device Y also? Are Company 1 and Company 2 somehow connected?
Each day Internet of Things connects more and more devices. Often IoT means the presence of a dashboard/Web UI. But it can also be useful in desktop applications.
Often applications, especially if we are talking about e-Commerce or enterprise software, consist of complex repeatable scenarios(workflows) that must be executed in a response to some event.
Just imagine how great it could be if your mobile applications were aware of physical things nearby — personal stuff, vending machines, your car or bicycle... But how one can achieve that?