AWS Management & S3 apps
AWS offers one of the best cloud solutions enabling faster and more economical omics analyses. At the same time, setting up, getting an overview of and managing projects, user credentials and resources in AWS is extremely complex. Even with expert knowledge, one risks security issues as well as unnecessary costs.
This motivated us to develop a set of apps that enable us and our customers to benefit from AWS without having to struggle with the service’s complexity and worry about the technical aspects.
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AWS Management app – easy access to cloud computing
With the AWS Management app, your employees can manage project nodes (create and modify instances), create buckets (named pieces of storage), seamlessly share data between teams as well as manage secure access through SSH keys and VPN.
Additionally, a separate admin account provides project or team leaders with an overview of all instances. They can see each instance’s state (running/stopped), sort all instances by users and projects, and track the costs of machines.
All this is available through a user-friendly interface with no need for coding and managing everything manually.
If you are in the Azure AD environment, your teams will moreover easily access the AWS Management app through a single sign-on, therefore you won’t have to manage separate credentials for your teams to access this app.
S3 app – easy data sharing
Together with the AWS Management app, we provide the S3 app. It allows easy access via a browser to the Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service). Your teams, collaborators or customers who are not using the project nodes (accessible via the AWS Management app) can use the S3 app to share data, for example uploading or downloading resources via URL.
The uploaded data is automatically available also to the teams who work with the project nodes through the AWS Management app. Similar to the management app, the S3 app has a user-friendly interface, simplifying and speeding up collaborations, while keeping the resources sharing secure.