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Jeff Barr

Author: Jeff Barr

Jeff Barr is Chief Evangelist for AWS. He started this blog in 2004 and has been writing posts just about non-stop ever since.

AWS Week in Review – March 28, 2016

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday March 28 The showed you How to Easily Identify Your Federated Users by Using AWS CloudTrail. BotMetric continued their series of posts on AWS Security Best Practices with two new posts: Data Security and Detective Services. Evident discussed Programmatic Security Automation for […]

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AWS Week in Review – March 21, 2016

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday March 21 We announced New CloudWatch Metrics for Spot Fleets. We announced Retry Throttling for the AWS SDK for Java. We announced that it is Now Easier to Connect Amazon Machine Learning to Amazon Redshift via the AWS Management Console. We announced […]

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AWS Training Update – Revised AWS Technical Essentials and Architecting on AWS Courses

We continuously enhance our technical courses to stay current with the pace of AWS platform updates and incorporate student feedback.  We have made substantial updates to our two most popular foundational training courses, AWS Technical Essentials and Architecting on AWS, to better provide students with actionable knowledge to get started creating solutions with AWS and […]

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Building Bridges for Better Cancer Treatment with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

My colleagues Jessica Beegle and Christopher Crosbie shared the inspiring story below! The science of cancer research is continually evolving to include new fields of study. Examples include development of chemotherapies, radiology amplified treatments, and epidemiology for identifying carcinogens. Pathology continues to help deepen the understanding of the disease’s manifestations. The discipline of computer science […]

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New – Change Sets for AWS CloudFormation

lets you create, manage, and update a collection of AWS resources (a “stack”) in a controlled, predictable manner. Every day, customers use CloudFormation to perform hundreds of thousands of updates to the stacks that support their production workloads. They define an initial template and then revise it as their requirements change. This model, commonly known […]

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