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Transforming Your Business with AWS


Transforming Your Business with AWS

Getting the Most Out of Using AWS to Modernize and Innovate Your Digital Services
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von: Philippe Abdoulaye

25,99 €

Verlag: Wiley
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 06.10.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9781119816164
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 336

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<p><b>Expert guidance on how to use Amazon Web Services to supercharge your digital services business </b></p> <p>In <i>Transforming Your Business with AWS: Getting the Most Out of Using AWS to Modernize and Innovate Your Digital Services</i>, renowned international consultant and sought-after speaker Philippe Abdoulaye delivers a practical and accessible guide to using Amazon Web Services to modernize your business and the digital services you offer. This book provides you with a concrete action plan to build a team capable of creating world-class digital services and long-term competitive advantages. </p> <p>You’ll discover what separates merely average digital service organizations from the truly outstanding, as well as how moving to the cloud will enable your business to deliver your services faster, better, and more efficiently. </p> <p>This book also includes: </p> <ul> <li>A comprehensive overview of building industry-leading digital service delivery capabilities, including discussions of the development lifecycle, best practices, and AWS-based development infrastructure </li> <li>Explanations of how to implement a digital business transformation strategy </li> <li>An exploration of key roles like DevOps Continuous Delivery, Continuous Deployment, Continuous Integration, Automation, and DevSecOps </li> <li>Hands-on treatments of AWS application management tools, including Elastic Beanstalk, CodeDeploy, and CodePipeline </li> </ul> <p>Perfect for executives, managers, and other business leaders attempting to clarify and implement their organization’s digital vision and strategy, <i>Transforming Your Business with AWS</i> is a must-read reference that answers the “why” and, most importantly, the “how,” of digital transformation with Amazon Web Services. </p>
<p>Introduction xxvii</p> <p><b>Part I Understanding the Digital Transformation Challenges 1</b></p> <p><b>Chapter 1 The Digital Economy’s Challenges, Opportunities, and Relevance of AWS 3</b></p> <p>Understanding the Digital Economy’s Impacts 4 </p> <p>Surviving Disruptions Are Your Business’s Primary Challenge 4</p> <p>Understanding the Digital Economy’s Opportunities 4</p> <p>Surviving the Disruptions: The AWS Solutions 5</p> <p>The AWS Universal Architecture: Simplifying AWS Understanding 5</p> <p>Navigating AWS IaaS Building Block 6</p> <p>AWS Compute Resources 7</p> <p>AWS Network Resources 8</p> <p>AWS Storage Resources 9</p> <p>Understanding Essential AWS PaaS Tools 10</p> <p>AWS Elastic Beanstalk 10</p> <p>AWS CodeDeploy 10</p> <p>AWS CodePipeline 11</p> <p>Understanding Innovation with AWS: Machine Learning, Internet of Things, and Elastic MapReduce 11</p> <p>AWS Machine Learning 11</p> <p>AWS Internet of Things 12</p> <p>Amazon Elastic MapReduce 12</p> <p>Understanding the AWS Integration Building Block 13</p> <p>Site-to-Site VPN 13</p> <p>Hybrid Cloud with VMware Cloud on AWS 13</p> <p>Changes in the AWS Implementation Paradigm 14</p> <p>Lift-and-Shift Migration is a Problem 14</p> <p>Failure Factors Making Lift-and-Shift Irrelevant 14</p> <p>Understanding the Benefits of Enterprise Architecture for AWS 15</p> <p>Key Takeaways 16</p> <p>References 16</p> <p><b>Chapter 2 What is a Digital Product? 17</b></p> <p>Differences Between Digital Products and Digital Services 17</p> <p>Digital Service Delivers Information 18</p> <p>Digital Product Exists in Intangible Formats 18</p> <p>Anatomy of the Digital Product 18</p> <p>The Digital Product’s Technology Stack 18</p> <p>The 4G/5G Services 19</p> <p>Cloud Computing Services: Innovation as a Service 20</p> <p>Smart Mobile Devices 24</p> <p>Impacts on Digital Product and Service Development 24</p> <p>The Growing Complexity of the Technological Stack 24</p> <p>Technology Innovation Alone Isn’t Enough Anymore 25</p> <p>Key Takeaways 25</p> <p>References 26</p> <p><b>Chapter 3 Digital Product and Service Development Challenges 27</b></p> <p>What is Digital Product and Service Development? 28</p> <p>Digital Product and Service Development Defined 28</p> <p>How is Digital Product and Service Development Performed? 28</p> <p>Ideation 29</p> <p>Concept 30</p> <p>Business Case 30</p> <p>Development 30</p> <p>Testing 31</p> <p>Launch 31</p> <p>Digital Product and Service Development Approach Evaluation 31</p> <p>Understanding the Digital Product and Service Development Assessment Framework 32</p> <p>Assessment Framework Overview 32</p> <p>The Context Elements 33</p> <p>The Performance Enablers 33</p> <p>The Digital Transformation Solutions 34</p> <p>Assessing Current Digital Product and Service Development 35</p> <p>What is a Digital Product and Service Development Platform? 35</p> <p>Capturing Business Context 37</p> <p>Evaluating Your Digital Operating Model 37</p> <p>Evaluating Your Technical Platform 38</p> <p>Evaluating Your Organizational Model 40</p> <p>Assessing Your Human Capital 41</p> <p>Challenges of Current Digital Product Development 42</p> <p>Focus on Digital Product and Service Development 42</p> <p>Accurate Customer Insights 43</p> <p>Competitive Pricing 43</p> <p>Premium Customer Experience 43</p> <p>Rapid Go-to-Market 44</p> <p>Key Takeaways 44</p> <p>References 44</p> <p><b>Chapter 4 Industrializing Digital Product and Service Development 47</b></p> <p>The Total Quality Management and Mass Production Heritage 48</p> <p>Total Quality Management Principles Defined 48</p> <p>Customer Focus 48</p> <p>Workforce Commitment 49</p> <p>Process Approach 49</p> <p>Integrated System 49</p> <p>Continual Improvement 49</p> <p>Transversal Communication 49</p> <p>Mass Production Principles Defined 49</p> <p>Assembly Line 50</p> <p>Work Specialization 50</p> <p>Automation 50</p> <p>Industrialization Factors 50</p> <p>Industrialization Factor Defined 50</p> <p>Families of Industrialization Factors 51</p> <p>Principles Family 51</p> <p>Design Patterns Family 52</p> <p>Methodology Family 52</p> <p>Technology Family 53</p> <p>Understanding DevOps as the Framework for Implementing Your Digital Product and Service Development Platform 54</p> <p>DevOps Defined 54</p> <p>Understanding DevOps Components 54</p> <p>Software Delivery Lifecycle’s Importance 54</p> <p>DevOps Practices Purpose 56</p> <p>Methodologies Benefit 58</p> <p>DevOps Toolchain Importance 63</p> <p>AWS Industrialization Factors 64</p> <p>Understanding AWS Design Patterns: The Enterprise Cloud Migration Pattern 64</p> <p>Defining AWS Enterprise Cloud Migration Pattern 65</p> <p>Understanding the Baseline Architecture Purpose 66</p> <p>AWS Methodology 66</p> <p>Defining AWS Well-Architected Framework 66</p> <p>Understanding the Industrialization Matrix for AWS 70</p> <p>Key Takeaways 73</p> <p>References 73</p> <p><b>Part II Digitizing the Business Model Using AWS 75</b></p> <p><b>Chapter 5 The J&S Food Digital Transformation Project 77</b></p> <p>History of J&S Food, Inc. 77</p> <p>Company’s Evolution 78</p> <p>Territorial Conquest 78</p> <p>Diversification 79</p> <p>Company’s Culture 79</p> <p>Productivity 80</p> <p>Effectiveness 80</p> <p>Innovation 80</p> <p>Technology 81</p> <p>Transformation Journey’s First Stage: Planning the Transformation 81</p> <p>The Kickoff Meeting 82</p> <p>Understanding the Grocery Sector’s Digital Disruption Impacts on J&S Food 82</p> <p>Capturing and Analyzing the Factors Driving the Grocery Sector Disruption 84</p> <p>Discussing and Agreeing on the Factors Affecting J&S’s Food Business 87</p> <p>Developing and Sharing J&S Food’s Digital Mission and Digital Strategy 90</p> <p>Defining J&S Food’s Mission 90</p> <p>Developing J&S Food’s Digital Strategy 91</p> <p>Developing J&S Food’s Digital Transformation Roadmap 94</p> <p>Digital Transformation Roadmap Defined 94</p> <p>Developing a Digital Transformation Roadmap 96</p> <p>Understanding J&S Food’s Digital Transformation Roadmap 98</p> <p>The J&S Food Digital Transformation Project’s Statement of Work 99</p> <p>The Statement of Work Defined 99</p> <p>Introduction/Background 99</p> <p>Scope of Work 100</p> <p>Work Requirements 100</p> <p>Schedule/Milestones 101</p> <p>Acceptance Criteria 101</p> <p>Other Requirements 101</p> <p>The Next Step 102</p> <p>Key Takeaways 102</p> <p>References 102</p> <p><b>Chapter 6 Rethinking J&S Food’s Business 103</b></p> <p>Transformation Journey’s Second Stage: Rethinking the Business 104</p> <p>Understanding J&S Food’s Current Business 105</p> <p>Capturing the Current Business Model 105</p> <p>Understanding Use Cases 106</p> <p>Understanding Actors 106</p> <p>Understanding Links 106</p> <p>The Current Business Model Captured 106</p> <p>Buy 107</p> <p>Fulfill Order 108</p> <p>Pay 109</p> <p>Perform Customer Service 109</p> <p>Manage Supply Chain 110</p> <p>Maintain Website 111</p> <p>Develop Food Product 112</p> <p>Understanding J&S Food’s Current Data Model 112</p> <p>Assessing the As-Is Operational Model 113</p> <p>Digital Food Experience Defined 113</p> <p>Assessing J&S Food’s Operational Model 114</p> <p>Defining the Digital Smart Shopping Bag 116</p> <p>Optimizing the Fulfill Order Experience Based on a Two-Sided</p> <p>Marketplace Platform 117</p> <p>Enhancing Online Order Experience Using a Mobile App 118</p> <p>Implementing a Digital Products and Services Development Platform 118</p> <p>Defining the Future Digital Business Model 118</p> <p>Reconfiguring J&S Food’s Operational Model 119</p> <p>Understanding Michael Porter’s Value Chain 119</p> <p>The Value Chain for Digital Business Defined 121</p> <p>J&S Food’s Digital Business Model Defined 123</p> <p>Understanding J&S Food’s Next Digital Value Chain 123</p> <p>Support Digital Business Activities 123</p> <p>Primary Digital Business Activities 124</p> <p>Understanding J&S Food’s AWS Cloud Platform 126</p> <p>J&S Food’s AWS Software as a Service 126</p> <p>The J&S Food’s Platform as a Service 126</p> <p>The J&S Food’s AWS Virtual Infrastructure 126</p> <p>Integrating J&S Food’s Digital Operational Model with the Organization 127</p> <p>The Digital Business Value Chain: A Shortcut to the Digital Business Organization 127</p> <p>Digital Business Organizational Model Defined 127</p> <p>Developing the Digital Business Organizational Model 128</p> <p>The J&S Organizational Model Defined 130</p> <p>Roles and Responsibilities 130</p> <p>Interaction and Collaboration Mechanisms 132</p> <p>Key Takeaways 132</p> <p>References 133</p> <p><b>Chapter 7 Digitizing J&S Food’s Business Model Using AWS—Implementing the VPC 135</b></p> <p>Transformation Journey’s Third Stage: Digitizing the Business Model 136</p> <p>Defining J&S Food’s AWS Migration Strategy 137</p> <p>Sharing J&S Food’s Digital Business Model 138</p> <p>Defining the J&S Food’s Digital Business Application Portfolio 139</p> <p>Specifying J&S Food’s Virtual Private Cloud Architecture 141</p> <p>Understanding the Enterprise Cloud Migration Model For AWS 141</p> <p>J&S Food’s Virtual Private Cloud Specified 141</p> <p>The Availability Zone 142</p> <p>Amazon CloudFront and the Content Delivery Network 143</p> <p>J&S Food’s Virtual Private Cloud 143</p> <p>J&S Food’s Extended Elastic Compute Cloud Building Block 145</p> <p>J&S Food’s Extended Storage Build Block 149</p> <p>J&S Food’s Extended Fault Tolerance Building Block4 150</p> <p>J&S Food’s Extended Security Build Block 151</p> <p>Executing J&S Food’s AWS Migration Strategy 152</p> <p>Understanding the AWS Application Migration Process 152</p> <p>Discover 152</p> <p>Design 152</p> <p>Build 153</p> <p>Integrate 153</p> <p>Validate 153</p> <p>Cutover 153</p> <p>Migrating J&S Food’s Ecommerce Website Into a Two-Sided Marketplace Platform 154</p> <p>Implementing J&S Food’s Virtual Private Cloud 154</p> <p>Discovering the Ecommerce Website Three-Tier Architecture 155</p> <p>Extending the Ecommerce Website Architecture to a Two-Sided Marketplace Platform 157</p> <p>Implementing J&S Food’s Two-Sided Marketplace Platform 161</p> <p>Validating the Two-Sided Marketplace Platform 165</p> <p>Key Takeaways 165</p> <p>References 166</p> <p><b>Chapter 8 Implementing J&S Food’s DevOps Platform Using AWS PaaS 167</b></p> <p>Transformation Journey’s Third Stage: Implementing J&S Food’s DevOps Platform 168</p> <p>Understanding What J&S Food is Trying to Achieve 169</p> <p>Understanding the DevOps Implementation in the AWS Computing Environment 169</p> <p>Discussing the Challenges 170</p> <p>Understanding the Common Mistakes 171</p> <p>The DevOps Implementation Framework for AWS 171</p> <p>The Digital Business Value Chain Primary Activities and AWS Modern Application Influence 172</p> <p>The AWS CodePipeline Service 173</p> <p>Understanding DevOps Implementation for AWS 175</p> <p>Implementing J&S Food’s Digital Product and Service Development Platform 177</p> <p>J&S Food’s Digital Product and Service Development Platform 177</p> <p>J&S Food’s DevOps Toolchain 178</p> <p>J&S Food’s Digital Business Primary Activities 180</p> <p>Designing the Agile Operating Model 181</p> <p>The Usual Challenges and Solutions 181</p> <p>J&S Food’s Agile Operating Model Defined 182</p> <p>Key Takeaways 183</p> <p>References 184</p> <p><b>Chapter 9 Developing J&S Food’s Innovation as a Service Platform Using AWS 185</b></p> <p>Transformation Journey’s Third Stage: Developing J&S Food’s Innovation as a Service 185</p> <p>Software Engineering Methodology for Innovations Development in the AWS Cloud 186</p> <p>Software Engineering Methodology for Innovations Development 187</p> <p>Driving Principles Explained 187</p> <p>Key Concepts to Understand 189</p> <p>Understanding the Innovative Digital Product Development Lifecycle 193</p> <p>The Five-Step Development Lifecycle 193</p> <p>Specifying the Innovative Digital Product Using a UML Use Case Diagram 194</p> <p>Designing the Innovative Digital Product Using a UML Package Diagram 196</p> <p>Prototyping the Microservices Using AWS Amplify 197</p> <p>Developing and Deploying the Application Supporting the Innovative Digital Product 198</p> <p>Implementing the Microservices Architecture of the Digital Product and Service 200</p> <p>The User Interface Microservices 201</p> <p>The Business Logic Microservices 201</p> <p>The Technology Microservices 201</p> <p>Key Takeaways 202</p> <p>References 202</p> <p><b>Part III Developing World-Class Digital Products and Services Using AWS 205</b></p> <p><b>Chapter 10 J&S Food’s Smart Shopping Bag Digital Product Project 207</b></p> <p>Transformation Journey’s Fourth Stage: Experimenting with the Digital Business Model 208</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag Project Overview 208</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag Project’s Organization 209</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag Project’s Opportunity Statement 209</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag Project’s Objectives 210</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag Project’s Scope 210</p> <p>The Pilot Project Management 211</p> <p>Key Takeaways 211</p> <p>References 212</p> <p><b>Chapter 11 Specifying J&S Food’s Smart Shopping Bag Digital Product 213</b></p> <p>Transformation Journey’s Fourth Stage: Specification of the Smart Shopping Bag Digital Product 213</p> <p>Specifying the Smart Shopping Bag Digital Product’s Scope 214</p> <p>Using Context Diagrams to Improve the Specification Process 215</p> <p>Developing the Smart Shopping Bag’s Context Diagram 215</p> <p>J&S Food’s Stores IoT Infrastructure 215</p> <p>J&S Food’s AWS IoT Core Platform 216</p> <p>Developing the Smart Shopping Bag Use Case Diagram 216</p> <p>Identifying the Smart Shopping Bag’s Actors and Use Cases 218</p> <p>Specifying the Smart Shopping Bag’s Functions Using Sequence Diagrams 221</p> <p>Use Case Description: Press Start to Begin Shopping 221</p> <p>Use Case Description: Respond to In-Store Customer Button Presses 222</p> <p>Use Case Description: Detect Product Code Put in the Bag 223</p> <p>Use Case Description: Send EEPROM Data to Billing System 225</p> <p>Use Case Description: Respond to RFID Reader Queries 226</p> <p>Use Case Description: Calculate the Bill Amount 226</p> <p>Specifying the Smart Shopping Business Rules Using Class Diagram 228</p> <p>The In-Store Customer 228</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag 230</p> <p>The RFID Reader 230</p> <p>The Product RFID Tag 230</p> <p>The Smart Mobile Device 231</p> <p>The Shopping Session 231</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Service 231</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag Application 231</p> <p>Key Takeaways 232</p> <p>References 232</p> <p><b>Chapter 12 Designing J&S Food’s Smart Shopping Bag Digital Product 233</b></p> <p>Transformation Journey’s Fourth Stage: Designing the Smart Shopping Bag Digital Product 233</p> <p>The Agile Operational Model Confirmed as the Foundation of J&S Food’s Work Organization 234</p> <p>J&S Food’s New Organization of Work 234</p> <p>The Princeton’s Digital Product Development Team Defined 235</p> <p>UML Package Diagram Facilitates the Microservices Architecture Design Process 237</p> <p>Lucidchart Confirmed as the Best Architecture Tool 237</p> <p>Overall Feedback 237</p> <p>The Resulting Smart Shopping Bag’s Architecture 238</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag Blueprint 239</p> <p>The In-Store Customer Package 240</p> <p>The Shopping Session Package 240</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag Package 241</p> <p>Acquired Digital Business Competency: Digital Products and Services Architecture Design 241</p> <p>Key Takeaways 241</p> <p>References 242</p> <p><b>Chapter 13 Prototyping J&S Food’s Smart Shopping Bag Using Innovation as a Service 243</b></p> <p>Transformation Journey’s Fourth Stage: Prototyping the Smart Shopping Bag’s Application 244</p> <p>Sharing the Prototyping Process Goal and Approach 245</p> <p>Prototyping Using AWS Amplify Defined 245</p> <p>The Prototyping Iterations Using AWS Amplify 245</p> <p>The Prototyping Team 251</p> <p>The Team’s Feedback 252</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag Application Prototype 253</p> <p>The Business Logic, Technological, and UI Microservices Prototyped 255</p> <p>The Microservices Development Process in the AWS Amplify Context 255</p> <p>Defining the Microservices Granularity 256</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag Business Logic Microservices Implemented 257</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag Business Logic Microservices Documented 257</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag Technological Innovation Microservices Implemented 259</p> <p>IoT Gateway Microservices 259</p> <p>AWS IoT Core Microservices 261</p> <p>RFID Reader Microservices 263</p> <p>RFID Tag Microservices 265</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag UI Microservices Implemented 265</p> <p>Key Takeaways 266</p> <p>References 267</p> <p><b>Chapter 14 Implementing J&S Food’s Smart Shopping Bag Application 269</b></p> <p>Transformation Journey’s Fourth Stage: Implementing the Smart Shopping Bag’s Production Release 270</p> <p>The Smart Shopping Bag App: Production Release 270</p> <p>Blueprint of the Smart Shopping Bag in Production 270</p> <p>Understanding the Production Release Building Blocks 271</p> <p>Application Layer 271</p> <p>AWS Innovation Layer 273</p> <p>AWS Virtual Infrastructure Layer 274</p> <p>Understanding the Pivotal Role Played by Agile Methodologies 275</p> <p>The Architectural Spike and Prototyping Benefits 275</p> <p>The Importance of Scrum Sprints in the Incremental Development Effort 275</p> <p>Understanding the Vital Role of the Daily Scrums 276</p> <p>The Development Team’s Feedback: Lessons Learned 277</p> <p>Key Takeaways 278</p> <p>References 278</p> <p><b>Chapter 15 Launching J&S Food’s First Digital Food Product 279</b></p> <p>Transformation Journey’s Fourth Stage: Deploy J&S Food’s Digital Business 279</p> <p>Defining J&S Food’s Go-To-Market Strategy 280</p> <p>The Go-To-Market Strategy Defined 281</p> <p>Articulating J&S Food’s Go-To-Market Strategy 281</p> <p>The Objectives Questionnaire 282</p> <p>The Value Propositions Questionnaire 282</p> <p>The Key Processes to Stress Questionnaire 282</p> <p>The Organizational and Technological Assets to Stress Questionnaire 282</p> <p>J&S Food’s Go-To-Market Strategy Defined 282</p> <p>Understanding J&S Food’s Go-To-Market Strategy 283</p> <p>Declaring J&S Food’s Digital Business Opened 284</p> <p>Key Takeaways 284</p> <p>References 285</p> <p><b>Chapter 16 Maintaining and Supporting J&S Food’s Digital Business on a Daily Basis 287</b></p> <p>The New J&S Food Day-to-Day Business 287</p> <p>J&S Food’s Customer Value Creation Virtuous Circle 288</p> <p>J&S Food’s Virtuous Circle for Creating Customer Value 288</p> <p>Customer Insights Management on a Daily Basis 289</p> <p>J&S Food’s AWS EMR Infrastructure 289</p> <p>Business Data Providers 290</p> <p>Data Lake 290</p> <p>Data Warehouse 290</p> <p>Data Mart 290</p> <p>The Big Data Analytics Activity in the Customer Insights Management Team 291</p> <p>Customer Value Increase Management’s Day-to-Day Operations 292</p> <p>J&S Food’s AI/ML Development Environment 292</p> <p>Generate Data 293</p> <p>Train Models 293</p> <p>Deploy Models 294</p> <p>The Customer Increase Value Management Team’s Activity 294</p> <p>Digital Product and Service Releases Development 295</p> <p>Defining Product Backlog 295</p> <p>Sprint Planning 296</p> <p>Sprint Execution 296</p> <p>Key Takeaways 296</p> <p>References 297</p> <p>Index 299</p>
<p><b>PHILIPPE ABDOULAYE</b> is an international digital business transformation consultant. He advises business and IT leaders on how to take advantage of digital technologies to grow and prosper. He is a sought-after speaker for technology conferences around the world and has authored seven books on digital transformation and digital technologies.</p>
<p><b>SUPERCHARGE YOUR DIGITAL SERVICES BUSINESS WITH AMAZON WEB SERVICES</b></p> <p>In<i> Transforming Your Business with AWS: Getting the Most Out of Using AWS to Modernize and Innovate Your Digital Services,</i> celebrated digital transformation expert Philippe Abdoulaye demonstrates how to use Amazon Web Services to modernize and fine-tune your digital services business. The author provides you with your own personal roadmap to building a team able to create world-class digital services. <p>Find out how moving to the cloud will empower your company to deliver services faster, better, and more efficiently and what concrete actions you can take to transform your digital services operation into a powerhouse. Learn revolutionary new strategies and hands-on techniques involving AWS application management tools, like Elastic Beanstalk, CodeDeploy, and CodePipeline, and how they affect crucial team members. <p>Explore critical roles in your digital transformation, like DevOps Continuous Delivery, Continuous Deployment, Continuous Integration, Automation, and DevSecOps. Finally, find out what sets merely average digital adopters apart from companies that embrace the groundbreaking new capabilities of digital cloud services. <p>Perfect for IT business leaders, including CIOs, CTOs, CMOs, and DevOps administrators and engineers, <i>Transforming Your Business with AWS</i> is also ideal for solution architects seeking strategies for digital transformation. This book offers: <ul><b><li>A comprehensive overview of implementing a digital business transformation strategy</li> <li>A review of the digital service development lifecycle</li> <li>Critical roles that need to be filled in your digital transformation</li> <li>Practical discussions of AWS application management tools</li> <li>Action plans and best practices for executives leading their companies through a digital transformation</li></b></ul>

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