Migrating your database (admins) to the cloud: planning access and authorisation 101

This blog will focus on the access and authorisation approach for databases in AWS and how this should be of the first things you look at as you migrate databases from on-premises to the cloud.

Tom Bromby

Thoughts on AWS Control Tower

In July 2019, AWS launched Control Tower as a method to provision a new AWS account hierarchy and configuration referred to as a “landing zone”. We took a deep dive on AWS account design and AWS Control Tower to see what it all means.

Trent Hornibrook

Local Development and Testing of AWS services using LocalStack

In this post we explore how to test AWS services on our local machine without connecting to AWS.

Swati Maruvada

Using GCP Service Accounts to access AWS IAM Roles

GCP Service Accounts provide a simple way to acquire and use AWS IAM Role-based credentials, if you know how…and this post shows you!

Colin Panisset

Innovating contact centre customer experience - Amazon Connect

As an outcomes-driven consultancy, Cevo are committed to helping our customers deliver an excellent experience to their own. We recently took Amazon Connect for a test drive along with the suite of Cognitive Services designed to disrupt the contact centre industry.

Arvind Chaudhary

The Importance of Cloud Compliance: why it doesn't have to be hard or expensive.

Attain automated remedial security within your AWS Pipeline by using Lambda to help with blast radius reduction and compliance obtainment.

Tommy Cockin

DataOps - Accelerating changes for your next data initiative

Data initiatives tends to be long and painful affairs. Let's take a look at how applying DataOps coupled with Cloud technologies can help accelerate your data projects

Raihaan Raman

Watchmen on the Radar

#TWTechRadar: Watchmen project gets the nod in the 2018 ThoughtWorks Technology Radar.

Sian Hughes

Another Warrior In Our Midst

(And here's to you Mr Ambassador!)

Trent Hornibrook becomes Cevo’s next AWS Cloud Warrior

Team Cevo

Productise me!

Have you thought about how to make your work a product?

Henrik Axelsson