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May 26 2017   7:07PM GMT

AWS CloudTrail

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Amazon CloudTrail

AWS CloudTrail is an application program interface (API) call-recording and log-monitoring Web service offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). Continued…

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“CloudTrail is an innovative solution to a thorny problem: logging events in a cloud environment and storing and managing those logs in a simple way.” – Dave Shackleford

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