AWS News Blog

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.

Amazon Kinesis Expansion

Amazon Kinesis is a real-time service for processing streaming data at massive scale. You can process Kinesis data in a variety of ways, including the Kinesis Client Library, Apache Storm, or Elastic Map Reduce. Mobile gaming companies like Supercell ( AWS Case Study) and analytics companies like Snowplow Analytics ( AWS Case Study) accelerate their […]

Read More

AWS Week in Review – June 23, 2014

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, June 23 We announced Delivery Notifications for Simple Email Service. This launch was also covered in depth in the Amazon SES Blog. We published Episode 92 of the AWS Podcast. In this special “deep dive” episode, Simon interviews Marc Napoli to learn more […]

Read More

Deliver Custom Content With CloudFront

Amazon CloudFront connects with other members of the AWS Family of services to deliver content to end users at high speed and with low latency. In order to get started with CloudFront, you simply create a Distribution, point it at a static or dynamic Origin running on an AWS service such as S3 or EC2 […]

Read More

Amazon AppStream Update – New Features and New Docs

Amazon AppStream is a very cool service that lets you build and stream resource-intensive applications from the AWS Cloud. AppStream deploys your application on AWS infrastructure and streams its output to a variety of mass-market devices including personal computers, tablets, and mobile phones. You can eliminate device constraints and address a larger market by making […]

Read More

Delivery Notifications for Simple Email Service

Amazon Simple Email Service (SES) is a simple, scalable, and cost-effective way to send transactional email, marketing messages, and other types of high-quality content. You can connect your application to Amazon SES using the SES SMTP Interface or a full set of APIs. Either way, you will be able to send your messages with high […]

Read More