AWS Systems Manager

Optimizing AWS operations at enterprise scale

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Manage AWS Systems Centrally for Operational Excellence

Systems management plays a critical role in overall AWS success as it ensures the optimal function of applications, data and supporting services. When systems interact improperly, risk is introduced. To help you easily manage systems, AWS introduced AWS Systems Manager, a central hub for visualizing and managing AWS services along with VMs and on-premises servers from a single interface.

Our experienced AWS consultants can help you manage your resources more effectively, growing security and productivity. We help you automate tasks like applying patches, updates, and configuration changes across heterogeneous resource groups and environments to ensure your systems are protected and up to date. With automation and in conjunction with other AWS services, we can help you achieve system compliance to best practice standards at enterprise scale.

NTT DATA earned the AWS Service Validation for Amazon EC2 Systems Manager Delivery. – November 2020

Key Benefits

Gain a central hub with an operational data vantage point to effectively manage AWS resources.

Offering Details

Define, watch and take action across your AWS systems, knowing when a problem arises and immediately take action. Grow your visibility into resources, finding the operational data you need for different resources. Ensure the safe operations

of your systems with AWS Systems Manager capabilities like Patch Manager, State Manager, and Parameter Store. Effectively manage your AWS resources, distributing software securely, applying patches on schedule and more to achieve operational and security compliance

at cloud scale. Let the certified AWS consultants at NTT DATA help you enhance compliance to operations and security objectives with integrations to other AWS systems, providing even greater insight into the state of your AWS systems.