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Event Wrap-Up: AWS re:Invent 2017Future post

The OPSWAT team just got back from AWS re:Invent 2017 in Las Vegas. At the event we presented Metadefender API integrations with AWS cloud infrastructure.

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Talk to Us About AWS API Integrations at AWS re:Invent 2017

The OPSWAT team will attend AWS re:Invent 2017 to present Metadefender APIs, which are AWS-compatible and will soon be available in the AWS marketplace.

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How to Receive Update Notifications from NetSuite Using Amazon SNSFuture post

OPSWAT uses NetSuite as its CRM and ERP system. Our engineering team has been integrating with NetSuite through its various APIs, to transfer information in and out of the system. As our product family offering has grown, we have needed to constantly maintain and update this information flow by updating the NetSuite scripts. This process has been prone to human error and very challenging to debug as deep NetSuite knowledge is needed in order to trace down sources of issues. Faced with these issues, our engineering team began looking for a solution to externalize the logic for the routing of information from within the NetSuite scripts. In addition, we wanted to make sure that we had tight coupling between our systems, so that if a particular system is unavailable, we would still be able to update records in NetSuite without compromising data consistency.

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What’s the Best Amazon Web Services Region for Serving China?Future post

If you pay attention to Amazon Web Services (AWS), you may have seen an announcement about a year ago that hosting would soon be available in China (Beijing). And if you’ve looked into it, you no doubt noticed that it’s not truly part of AWS – it’s actually a separate company (a joint venture) and requires a separate account. While many of the services are the same, they lack much of the seamless integration with the broader AWS ecosphere.

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AWS in 2015: Why You Need to Switch from PV to HVM

Until now, most average Amazon (AWS) users could effectively ignore the distinction between paravirtual instances (PV) and hardware assisted virtual instances (HVM). HVM was a technology reserved for high performance, large-capacity use cases. EG: 10Gbe LAN connection, >64 GB RAM, etc. But with changes being made in AWS, all users can and should be considering HVM for their instances.

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