AWS News Blog

Amazon FSx for Windows File Server – Storage Size and Throughput Capacity Scaling

Amazon FSx for Windows File Server provides fully managed, highly reliable file storage that is accessible over the Server Message Block (SMB) protocol. It is built on Windows Server, delivering a wide range of administrative features such as user quotas, end-user file restore, and Microsoft Active Directory integration, consistent with operating an on-premises Microsoft Windows […]

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New – SaaS Contract Upgrades and Renewals for AWS Marketplace

AWS Marketplace currently contains over 7,500 listings from 1,500 independent software vendors (ISVs). You can browse the digital catalog to find, test, buy, and deploy software that runs on AWS: Each ISV sets the pricing model and prices for their software. There are a variety of options available, including free trials, hourly or usage-based pricing, […]

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Single Sign-On between Okta Universal Directory and AWS

Enterprises adopting the AWS Cloud want to effectively manage identities. Having one central place to manage identities makes it easier to enforce policies, to manage access permissions, and to reduce the overhead by removing the need to duplicate users and user permissions across multiple identity silos. Having a unique identity also simplifies access for all […]

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New – AWS Amplify Libraries for Android and iOS

When you develop mobile applications, you must develop a set of cloud-powered functionalities for each project. For example, most applications require user authentication or detailed in-app analytics. Your application most probably calls REST or GraphQL APIs and is required to support offline scenarios and data synchronization. AWS Amplify makes it easy to integrate such functionalities […]

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Introducing the latest AWS Heroes – May, 2020

Communities are now more important than ever. Members of local communities look to their leaders to provide guidance and mentorship on how to build AWS skills, solve technical problems, and grow their careers. Traditionally this AWS knowledge and community support is shared in many ways including via social media, blogs, open source projects, or by […]

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Welcome to the Serverless-First Function Virtual Events

When you develop a serverless application, you can focus on the core features you want to build, instead of worrying about managing and operating servers, databases, or storage systems. To simplify adoption and use of serverless technologies, we launched many new features in the last few months. For example, just to pick up a few: […]

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New – Enhanced Amazon Macie Now Available with Substantially Reduced Pricing

Amazon Macie is a fully managed service that helps you discover and protect your sensitive data, using machine learning to automatically spot and classify data for you. Over time, Macie customers told us what they like, and what they didn’t. The service team has worked hard to address this feedback, and today I am very happy […]

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New – EC2 M6g Instances, powered by AWS Graviton2

Starting today, you can use our first 6th generation Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) General Purpose instance: the M6g. The “g” stands for “Graviton2“, our next generation Arm-based chip designed by AWS (and Annapurna Labs, an Amazon company), utilizing 64-bit Arm Neoverse N1 cores. These processors support 256-bit, always-on, DRAM encryption. They also include dual […]

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