Announcing New Locations in Australia for Amazon CloudFront, Route 53, and Direct Connect

Date: July 9, 2014

Details: We are excited to announce new locations in Australia for Amazon CloudFront, Route 53, and Direct Connect. First, Amazon CloudFront and Route 53 customers have a new edge location in Melbourne, Australia. This is the second edge location in Australia (joining Sydney), and brings the total number of worldwide edge locations to 52. Second, AWS Direct Connect customers now have a new location in Sydney, Australia. Learn more by reading our announcement.


Amazon CloudFront Adds Device Detection, Geo Targeting, Host Header Forwarding, and CORS Support

Date: June 26th, 2014

Details: Amazon CloudFront announces new features that will let you further personalize your content delivery to your end users depending on the characteristics of their request, such as the device they are using to access your site or the country from which they accessed your content. Learn more about this new feature by reading our announcement or by visiting the Amazon CloudFront Developer Guide.


Amazon CloudFront API Calls Now Supported by AWS CloudTrail

Date: May 28th, 2014

Details: Amazon CloudFront now supports AWS CloudTrail, a web service that records AWS API calls for your account. The AWS API call history recorded by CloudTrail enables security analysis, resource change tracking, and compliance auditing. Learn more about CloudTrail at the AWS CloudTrail detail page, and turn it on via CloudTrail's AWS Management Console.

Learn more about this new feature by visiting the Amazon CloudFront Developer Guide or by reading our announcement.


AWS Free Usage Tier Now Includes Amazon CloudFront

Date: May 08th, 2014

Details: We are excited to announce that starting May 1, 2014, the AWS Free Usage Tier benefits will include Amazon CloudFront, AWS’s content delivery web service. Free-tier eligible customers can now try Amazon CloudFront at no additional cost. The free tier for Amazon CloudFront includes up to 50 GB data transfer and 2,000,000 requests per month aggregated across all AWS edge locations. Please visit the AWS Free Usage Tier page for more information.


Webinar: Amazon CloudFront Office Hours
Date: May 27th, 2014 10:00AM – 11:00AM PST
Details: In this webinar, join technical experts from Amazon CloudFront, AWS’s content delivery network, for an interactive “Office Hours” session. This session enables a technical audience the ability to interact directly with our team in the form of a live Q&A. Register for this webinar.


Amazon CloudFront Adds EDNS-Client-Subnet Support

Date: April 02nd, 2014

Details: We’re excited to let you know that we’ve added support for EDNS-Client-Subnet. With this improvement, Amazon CloudFront now provides more accurate routing and hence better performance for your end users who use Google Public DNS or Open DNS resolvers.

You can learn more about EDNS-Client-Subnet by reading our announcement.


Announcing Amazon CloudFront Usage Charts

Track Trends in Requests & Data Transfer

Date: March 13th, 2014
Details: We are excited to let you know that you can now view your Amazon CloudFront usage on six new charts in the AWS Management Console. CloudFront Usage Charts let you track trends in data transfer and requests (both HTTP and HTTPS) for each of your active CloudFront Web distributions. These charts show your usage from each CloudFront region at daily or hourly granularity, going back up to 60 days. They also include totals, average, and peak usage during the time interval selected.

There are no additional charges for these six usage reports. To get started using CloudFront Usage Charts, simply navigate to the Amazon CloudFront Management Console, select the Reports and Analytics link on the left navigation panel.

You can learn more about CloudFront Usage Charts by reading our announcement, viewing our walk-through in the Amazon CloudFront Developer Guide or by visiting the Amazon CloudFront product detail page.


Announcing Amazon CloudFront SNI Custom SSL and HTTP to HTTPS Redirect

Date: March 5th, 2014
Details: We are excited to announce that you can now use your own SSL certificates with Amazon CloudFront at no additional charge with Server Name Indication (SNI) Custom SSL. You can also now configure Amazon CloudFront to require viewers to interact with your content over an HTTPS connection using the HTTP to HTTPS Redirect feature. To learn more about the Amazon CloudFront SNI Custom SSL or HTTP to HTTPS Redirect features, please visit the Amazon CloudFront Custom SSL Page or the CloudFront Developer Guide.


Amazon CloudFront Expands Media Streaming Capabilities by Offering Smooth Streaming Support
Date: Feb 20th, 2014
Details: We are excited to announce that Amazon CloudFront now supports Microsoft Smooth Streaming as a new option for customers who want to stream on-demand media content without having to setup and manage any media servers. Learn more by reading our announcement or the Amazon CloudFront Developer Guide. You can also join our webinar at 11:00AM AM Pacific (UTC-7) on March 19, 2014 to learn more about video streaming using Smooth Streaming and other HTTP based protocols over Amazon CloudFront. Register for this webinar.


Announcing New Edge Locations in Rio de Janeiro and Taipei, Taiwan for Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53
Date: Jan 7th, 2014
Details:We are excited to announce the launch of edge locations in Taipei, Taiwan and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. . This is our first edge location in Taiwan and our second edge location in Brazil (joining Sao Paulo). These new locations will improve performance and availability for end users of your applications being served by Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53, and bring the total number of AWS edge locations to 51 worldwide. Learn more by reading our announcement.


Amazon CloudFront Adds Geo Restriction Feature
Date: Dec 18th, 2013
Details:We are excited to announce that you can now use Amazon CloudFront to restrict access to your content based on the geographic location of your viewers. With Geo Restriction you can choose the countries (by configuring either a whitelist or a blacklist) where you want Amazon CloudFront to deliver your content. Learn more by reading our announcement or the Amazon CloudFront Developer Guide. You can also join our webinar at 10:00 AM PST on February 4th, 2014 to learn more about Geo Restriction and other recent Amazon CloudFront features that give you the protection and control you need to deliver your content. Register for this webinar.



Announcing New Edge Locations in Manila, Marseille and Warsaw for Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53
Date:
Dec 15th, 2013
Details: We are excited to announce the launch of three new edge locations – Manila in the Philippines, Marseille in France and Warsaw in Poland. These new locations will improve performance and availability for end users of your applications being served by Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53 and bring the total number of AWS edge locations to 49 worldwide. Learn more by reading our announcement.



Amazon CloudFront Announces Atlanta, GA PoP and Additional Pops in London and Frankfurt
Date:
Nov 3rd, 2013
Details: We’re excited to announce the launch of a new Amazon CloudFront edge location in Atlanta, GA. We have also recently added third edge locations in London, UK and Frankfurt, Germany in order to increase connectivity and to provide even better service for our customers. Learn more by reading our announcement.



Announcing Amazon CloudFront Support for POST/PUT and other HTTP Methods
Date:
Oct 15th, 2013
Details: We are excited to announce that Amazon CloudFront has added support for five additional HTTP methods: POST, PUT, DELETE, OPTIONS and PATCH. This means you can now use CloudFront to accelerate data uploaded from end users, improving the performance of dynamic and personalized websites that have web forms, comment and login boxes, “add to cart” buttons or other features. Learn more by reading our announcement or the Amazon CloudFront Developer Guide. You can also attend our webinar "Using Amazon CloudFront to Accelerate Your Static, Dynamic, and Interactive Content" on November 7, 2013 at 10AM PDT to learn more


Webinar Series: Video Streaming Options Using Amazon CloudFront
Date: Oct 22-24th, 2013
Details: We'd like to invite you to join us for a series of webinars to help you learn how AWS can be used to stream video. Whether you need to serve highly-popular live events or deliver on-demand video to viewers on multiple devices, streaming video can seem challenging. So later this month, we will be hosting a series of three webinars that will show you hands-on tips and tricks that make streaming video using AWS easy and cost effective. Our first session will provide an overview of video streaming on AWS and the following two sessions will look at solutions from our third-party ecosystem. These three webinars will be held during the week of October 21st.


Amazon CloudFront Now Supports Customized Error Responses
Date: Sept 23rd, 2013
Details: We’re excited to let you know that we’ve added two new features that allow to you to configure how CloudFront handles error responses for your website: Custom Error Pages allow you to serve error pages with your own branding and content and Configurable Cache Duration for Error Responses allows you to specify how long you want each error page to be cached at CloudFront edge locations. Learn more by reading our announcement or Jeff Barr's blog post.


Amazon CloudFront Announces Wildcard CNAME Support
Date: Sept 18th, 2013
Details: We are excited to announce that you can now include the * wildcard in a CloudFront alternate domain name (CNAME), such as *.example.com. This is useful when you want to route all requests for objects in a domain and its subdomains to a CloudFront distribution. Learn more by reading our announcement or Jeff Barr's blog post.


Amazon CloudFront Adds New Edge Locations in Chennai and Mumbai, India
Date: July 28th, 2013
Details: We are excited to announce the launch of our newest edge locations in Chennai and Mumbai, India to serve end users of Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53. These are our first edge locations in India and each new edge location helps to lower latency and improve performance for your end users. Learn more by reading our announcement.


Amazon CloudFront Adds Custom SSL Certificate and Zone Apex support
Date: June 10th, 2013
Details: Amazon CloudFront now supports Custom SSL Certificates and Zone Apex, two features that make it easier for you to accelerate and deliver your whole website using CloudFront. Custom SSL Certificate support lets you deliver content over HTTPS using your own domain name and your own SSL certificate. Zone apex support give you the ability to point the root of your website to a CloudFront distribution. Learn more about these features on the CloudFront SSL Support page or read Jeff Barr's Blog post.


Announcing New Edge Location in Seoul, Korea for Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53
Date: May 1st, 2013
Details: We are excited to announce the launch of our newest edge location in Seoul, Korea to serve end users of Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53. This is our first edge location in Korea and each new edge location helps to lower latency and improve performance for your end users. With the addition of this location, Amazon CloudFront now has a total of 40 edge locations worldwide. Read more on Jeff Barr's blog post.


Webinar: Whole Site Delivery with Amazon CloudFront
Date: May 16th, 10:00AM – 11:00AM PST
Details: In this webinar, we'll provide an overview on how you can use Amazon CloudFront to help architect your whole site and demonstrate how you can use Amazon CloudFront to help architect your site to deliver both static and dynamic content (portions of your site that change for each end-user). AWS Customers NPR and Toronto Star will also join us and share how they've use Amazon CloudFront to help architect their web sites. Register for the webinar.


Webinar: Amazon CloudFront Office Hours
Date: May 9th, 2013 10:00AM – 11:00AM PST
Details: In this webinar, join technical experts from Amazon CloudFront, AWS’s content delivery network, for an interactive “Office Hours” session. This session enables a technical audience the ability to interact directly with our team in the form of a live Q&A. Register for this webinar.


Lower prices on data transfer between AWS regions and CloudFront edge locations
Date: Jan 31, 2013
Details: We are excited to announce that effective February 1, 2013 AWS has lowered the price of data transfer from AWS Regions to Amazon CloudFront edge locations for “origin fetches” by as much as 83%. This includes data transferred from Amazon EC2 and Amazon S3 to any Amazon CloudFront edge location. You can learn more by reading the AWS blog. Pricing for all AWS services is available here.


Amazon CloudFront & Strangeloop offer combined CDN/FEO solution
Date: Nov 20, 2012
Details: We’ve been working with the team at Strangeloop to make it easy for Amazon CloudFront customers to use and add front end optimization (FEO) to their sites that are hosted on AWS. Read more about FEO and the Strangeloop integration in our blog post.


Webinar: Delivering Static and Dynamic Content Using Amazon CloudFront
Date: Dec 4th, 10:00AM – 11:00AM PST
Details: In this webinar delivered by the Amazon CloudFront product team, we'll provide an overview on how you can use Amazon CloudFront to help architect your site to deliver both static and dynamic content (portions of your site that change for each end-user). We’ll also have a Q&A session. Register for this webinar.


Webinar: Amazon CloudFront Office Hours
Date: Dec 18th, 9:00AM – 10:00AM PST
Details: In this webinar, join technical experts from Amazon CloudFront, AWS’s content delivery network, for an interactive “Office Hours” session. This session enables a technical audience the ability to interact directly with our team in the form of a live Q&A. Register for this webinar.


Amazon CloudFront launches new edge location in Hayward, CA
Date: Nov 13, 2012
Details: We are excited to announce the launch of our newest edge location in Hayward, CA. Each new edge location helps lower latency and improves performance for your end users.


Amazon CloudFront Private Content Now Supported in the AWS Management Console
Date: Sept 27, 2012
Details: We are excited to announce that Amazon CloudFront has added support for the private content feature to the AWS Management Console. You can now configure your distribution to deliver private content without having to use the Amazon CloudFront API. You can read more in our announcement or by visiting the Amazon CloudFront Developer Guide.


New Edge location in Madrid, Spain
Date: Sept 12, 2012
Details: We are excited to announce a new edge location in Madrid, Spain. This is our first edge location in Spain and this new location will speed up the delivery of static, streaming and dynamic content to end users in and around Spain. Read our announcement.


Support for Cookies, Price Classes, and New Access Log Fields
Date: Sept 4, 2012

Support for Cookies: Amazon CloudFront now supports delivery of dynamic content that is customized or personalized using HTTP cookies. To use this feature, you specify whether you want Amazon CloudFront to forward some or all of your cookies to your custom origin server. Learn more in the Amazon CloudFront Developer Guide.

Price Classes: This feature provides you more control over the prices you pay to deliver content out of Amazon CloudFront. Price Classes let you reduce your delivery prices by excluding Amazon CloudFront’s more expensive edge locations from your Amazon CloudFront distribution. Learn more.

New Access Log Fields: We have added three new fields to Amazon CloudFront access log files for HTTP(S) download distributions: the cookie header in the request, the result type of a request (cache hit/miss/error enabling you to calculate hit ratios) and the value of X-Amz-Cf-Id for that request (this is an encrypted string that uniquely identifies a request to help AWS troubleshoot/debug issues). Learn more

For more information, you can read Jeff Barr's blog post, see our announcement, or visit the AWS Developer Guide.


NASA/JPL Uses Amazon CloudFront to Help Deliver Mars Images on Earth
Date: August 5, 2012
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Details: Amazon CloudFront was used on the NASA/JPL website during Curiosity’s Mars landing to spread traffic to points of presence around the world, thereby reducing latency for international visitors and improving the overall scalability of the solution. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront adds Sydney, Australia edge location
Date: June 18, 2012
Details: We are excited to announce the launch of our newest edge location in Sydney, Australia to serve end users of Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53. An edge location in Australia has been frequently requested by our customers so we are excited to add this location to our global network. If you’re already using Amazon CloudFront or Amazon Route 53, you don't need to do anything to your applications as requests are automatically routed to this location when appropriate. Read our announcement or visit the AWS blog.


Amazon CloudFront launches several new PoPs bringing global PoP count to 32.
Date: June 07, 2012
Details: Amazon CloudFront now has 32 global PoPs (Points of Presence) with the addition of second PoPs in Dallas and Paris (5/29). The team has been quietly adding second PoPs in several cities as they are seeing strong customer demand and are proactively adding capacity. Other locations where Amazon CloudFront has recently added second PoPs include London (4/24), Frankfurt (4/17), Singapore (3/27), and Virginia (3/23). Read more.


Amazon CloudFront is hiring. In the AWS Report below, Jeff Barr interviews Alex Dunlap, Senior Manager of CloudFront, about some open positions on the Amazon CloudFront team. The Amazon CloudFront team is currently looking for a Software Development Manager, a Sr. Software Engineer (5-10 years experience) a Software Engineer (2-3 years experience) and a Product Manager. You can find a list of all open positions at CloudFront Jobs.

If you would like to work with a lot of smart folks, solve hard problems while developing innovative features, and have fun while you do it, please consider applying today!

AWS Report with Alex Dunlap, AWS CloudFront (4:06)

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Amazon CloudFront Now Supports Dynamic Content
Date: May 13, 2012
Details: Amazon CloudFront can now deliver all of your content, including the dynamic portions of your site that change for each end-user.

You can learn more by reading our announcement on dynamic content support or by visiting the tech docs.


Webinar:Live Streaming for Amazon CloudFront using Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5
Speakers: Amazon CloudFront and Adobe
Date: May 04, 2012

Details: See the webinar recording

Webinar: Live Streaming for Amazon CloudFront using Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5 (58:30)

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Live Smooth Streaming for Amazon CloudFront
Date: April 01, 2012
Details: You can now use Amazon CloudFront with Amazon EC2 running Windows Media Services for live Smooth Streaming – Microsoft’s adaptive streaming technology. With this solution, you can deliver live media over HTTP to both Microsoft Silverlight clients and Apple iOS devices.

You can also learn more by reading our blog post on Live Smooth Streaming for Amazon CloudFront or by visiting the Live Smooth Streaming tutorial.


Improved Live Streaming for Amazon CloudFront
Date: March 29, 2012
Details: Amazon CloudFront improves live HTTP streaming support for both Flash-based and Apple iOS devices using Amazon CloudFront with Adobe Flash Media Server 4.5 running on Amazon EC2.
You can learn more by reading our blog post on our Improved Live Streaming or by visiting the live streaming tutorial.


Amazon CloudFront Lowers Minimum Content Expiration Period
Date: March 19, 2012
Details: Amazon CloudFront has removed the sixty minute minimum expiration period (also known as “time-to-live” or TTL) for cached objects so it can now be used for more frequently changing content. With this change, you have the ability to configure a minimum expiration period value for all objects in your distribution using the CloudFront API. The minimum TTL value may be as short as 0 seconds. Read more about the announcement or visit the Amazon CloudFront Developer Guide for further technical details.


Amazon CloudFront Announces 2 New Edge Locations
Date: Feb 02, 2012
Details: Amazon CloudFront launches two new edge locations - Milan, Italy and Osaka, Japan. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront Launches Tutorial on How to Geo-block Content
Date: Jan 19, 2012
Details: Amazon CloudFront has built a tutorial (with sample code) that shows you how you can use a third-party geolocation service to restrict access to files in an Amazon CloudFront distribution based on the geographic location of end users. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront Now Supports Delivery of Files up to 20 GB
Date: Dec 15, 2011
Details: Amazon CloudFront now supports delivery of objects up to 20 GBs. This works not only with download (HTTP) distributions, but also with streaming (RTMP) of HD video files whether you’re using Amazon S3 as the origin or your own custom origin. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront Announces 3 New Edge Locations
Date: Dec 05, 2011
Details: Amazon CloudFront launches three new edge locations - New York, NY, San Jose, CA, and South Bend, IN. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront Tops 20,000 Customers
Date: Nov 29, 2011
Details: Amazon CloudFront now has over 20,000 active* customers which is double the number of customers from the same time last year. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront & Amazon Route 53 Add Three New Edge Locations
Date: Dec 06, 2011
Details: We’re excited to announce the launch of new edge locations in South Bend, IN and San Jose, CA to serve Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53 customers. We have also added a second edge location in New York, NY in order to increase connectivity and to provide even better service for our customers. Read more.


Webinar: Content Delivery Using Amazon CloudFront
Date: Nov 03, 2011
Details: See the webinar recording.


New Edge Location in Sao Paulo, Brazil for Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53
Date: Sep 30, 2011
Details: We’re excited to announce the launch of our newest edge location in Sao Paulo, Brazil to serve Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53. This is our first edge location in South America and with this location CloudFront and Route 53 now have a total of 20 edge locations worldwide. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront Announces Lower Prices
Date: Jun 30, 2011
Details: Amazon CloudFront is lowering prices effective July 1, 2011. We’ve added new usage tiers in every region, and in the US and Europe we’ve reduced data transfer pricing in every existing tier. Read more.


New Edge Location for Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53
Date: Jun 23, 2011
Details: We're excited to announce that we've added a new edge location in Stockholm to help improve performance for end users of Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53. Read more.


Announcing Live Streaming for Amazon CloudFront
Date: Apr 19, 2011
Details: We're excited to announce the launch of live HTTP streaming for Amazon CloudFront. Using Amazon CloudFront with Amazon EC2 running Adobe's Flash® Media Server and Amazon Route 53 (AWS's DNS service), you can now easily and cost-effectively deliver your live video via AWS. Read more.


Announcing AWS Identity & Access Management Support for CloudFront
Date: Mar 11, 2011
Details: We are excited to announce the availability of AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) support for Amazon CloudFront. IAM enables you to manage permissions for multiple Users within your AWS Account. With IAM, you can specify which CloudFront actions a User or a group of Users can perform. The IAM policies you set also govern permissions for User actions in the AWS Management Console for creating and managing CloudFront distributions. Read more.


New Edge Location for Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53
Date: Feb 08, 2011
Details: We’re excited to announce that we’ve added a new edge location in Paris to help improve performance for end users of Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53. Read more.


New Edge Location for Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53
Date: Dec 21, 2010
Details: We’re excited to announce that we’ve added a new location in Jacksonville, FL to help improve performance for end users of Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53 in the south east United States. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront Announces General Availability, Support for Custom Origins, and Service Level Agreement
Date: Nov 9, 2010
Details: First, Amazon CloudFront is entering General Availability (GA), after adding many highly-requested features during the course of our public beta period. Second, you can now use Amazon CloudFront with any origin server that holds the original, definitive versions of your content. Third, we are providing a Service Level Agreement (SLA) for Amazon CloudFront, with a service level commitment of 99.9% availability. If availability falls below this level, customers are eligible to receive service credits. The new Amazon CloudFront SLA is designed to give you additional confidence that your content will always be available. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront Adds Invalidation Feature
Date: Aug 31, 2010
Details: Amazon CloudFront, Amazon’s easy-to-use content delivery network, now supports the ability to remove files from all edge locations prior to the expiration date set on those files. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront Adds Default Root Object Capability
Date: Aug 05, 2010
Details: Amazon CloudFront, the easy to use content delivery network, now supports the ability to assign a default root object to your HTTP or HTTPS distribution. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront Adds HTTPS Support, Lowers Prices, Opens NYC Edge Location
Date: Jun 07, 2010
Details: We’re excited to let you know about three separate changes to Amazon CloudFront, the easy-to-use AWS content delivery network. First, we’ve added the ability to deliver content over an HTTPS connection. We’re also announcing today that we’ve reduced our pricing for regular HTTP requests by 25%: prices for HTTP requests now start at $0.0075 per 10,000 requests, letting you save on content that doesn’t require HTTPS. We’re always looking for ways to reduce our costs, and we’re happy that we can pass these savings on to our customers. These lower prices will apply for all usage starting on June 1, 2010.Finally, we wanted to let you know that we’ve opened a new edge location in New York City, adding to our existing US East Coast locations. We’re excited that this location will help make performance even better for users requesting your content from New York and the northeast United States. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront Adds Access Logs for Streaming
Date: May 13, 2010
Details: Amazon CloudFront’s access log feature now works with streaming distributions. This means you can now get detailed activity records about every stream you serve from CloudFront. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront Now in Singapore, Adds Private Content for Streaming
Date: Mar 28, 2010
Details: Amazon CloudFront, the easy to use content delivery network from Amazon Web Services, now has an edge location in Singapore. We’re excited that this will help you deliver content to end users in Asia with even lower latency and faster data transfer rates than before. Amazon CloudFront now has 15 edge locations worldwide, including locations in Hong Kong and Tokyo, as well as 4 locations in Europe and 8 in the United States. Read more.


Announcing Amazon CloudFront Streaming
Date: Dec 15, 2009
Details: Amazon CloudFront, the easy-to-use content delivery service, now supports the ability to stream audio and video files. Traditionally, world-class streaming has been out of reach of for many customers – running streaming servers was technically complex, and customers had to negotiate long- term contracts with minimum commitments in order to have access to the global streaming infrastructure needed to give high performance. Read more.


AWS Management Console Adds Support for Amazon CloudFront
Date: Jun 23, 2009
Details: AWS announces support for Amazon CloudFront, the cost-effective, low-latency content delivery service, to the AWS Management Console. Now you can use a simple, point-and-click web interface to configure and manage Amazon CloudFront. Read more.


Amazon CloudFront Adds Access Logging Capability
Date: May 07, 2009
Details: AWS today released access logs for Amazon CloudFront. Access logs are activity records that show you details about every request delivered through Amazon CloudFront. They contain a comprehensive set of information about requests for your content, including the object requested, the date and time of the request, the edge location serving the request, the client IP address, the referrer and the user agent. Read more.


New Lower Pricing Tiers for Amazon CloudFront
Date: Jan 28, 2009
Details: AWS is announcing new pricing tiers for Amazon CloudFront, our high-performance, pay-as-you-go content delivery service. Read more.


Announcing Amazon CloudFront
Date: Nov 18, 2008
Details: AWS announces the public beta of Amazon CloudFront, a new AWS service for content delivery. CloudFront integrates with other Amazon Web Services to give developers and businesses an easy way to distribute content to end users with low latency, high data transfer speeds, and no commitments. Read more.