Infrastructure as Code
AWS CloudFormation gives you an easy way to model a collection of related AWS and third-party resources, provision them quickly and consistently, and manage them throughout their lifecycles, by treating infrastructure as code. A CloudFormation template describes your desired resources and their dependencies so you can launch and configure them together as a stack. You can use a template to create, update, and delete an entire stack as a single unit, as often as you need to, instead of managing resources individually. You can manage and provision stacks across multiple AWS accounts and AWS Regions.
AWS Lambda is a serverless compute service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers, creating workload-aware cluster scaling logic, maintaining event integrations, or managing runtimes. With Lambda, you can run code for virtually any type of application or backend service - all with zero administration. Just upload your code as a ZIP file or container image, and Lambda automatically and precisely allocates compute execution power and runs your code based on the incoming request or event, for any scale of traffic. You can set up your code to automatically trigger from over 200 AWS services and SaaS applications or call it directly from any web or mobile app. You can write Lambda functions in your favorite language (Node.js, Python, Go, Java, and more) and use both serverless and container tools, such as AWS SAM or Docker CLI, to build, test, and deploy your functions.
Amazon DynamoDB is a NoSQL database that supports key-value and document data models. Non-SQL Databases are the pillar of cloud infrastructure, many applications use the ability of non-SQL databases to leverage their speed and scalability. DynamoDB is a key-value non-relational database that offers up to one-digit-millisecond responses. Additionally, DynamoDB is a serverless service, so there’s no need to manage the infrastructure that keeps the service running.
VPN (StS and Client)
Hybrid cloud is a must whenever you have your on-premise workloads, ITSulu can help you build your Virtual Private Network (VPN) infrastructure no matter the protocol of your choice. From IPSec tunnels using AWS Site-To-Site VPN to using protocols such as OpenVPN and Wireguard. If instead of connecting your datacenter, you want to manage the VPN on a client basis, we can also help you with this.
AWS Direct Connect
VPNs allow the enterprise to have a private and secure connection through the internet, but when bandwidth and stability is a must, VPN might not be the best option. In those cases, AWS allows users to use Direct connect, a private connection to the AWS Network backbone. Using AWS Direct Connect, you create a private connection between AWS and your data center, office, or colocation environment. This can increase bandwidth throughput and provide a more consistent network experience than internet-based connections. ITSulu can help you design and manage your direct connect circuit.
AWS Container Services
Containers are the next generation of computational tools to manage services. Containers allow to host services such as Databases, web servers and basically anything that a virtual machine can, on a smaller footprint. AWS container services make it easier to manage your underlying infrastructure, whether on premises or in the cloud, so you can focus on innovation and your business needs. AWS can manage containers with their own tool Elastic Container Service (ECS), or migrate your Kubernetes infrastructure with Elastic Kubernetes Service.