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AWS Expansion in Brazil – Elastic Beanstalk, Provisioned IOPS for EBS and RDS

by Jeff Barr | on | in Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, AWS Elastic Beanstalk |

We launched an AWS Region in Brazil almost a year ago, along with Portuguese and Spanish versions of the AWS Blog.

Today we are adding the following new AWS functionality in the Region:

AWS Elastic Beanstalk – You can now deploy and manage .NET, PHP, Python, Ruby, and Java applications in the AWS Cloud using AWS Elastic Beanstalk. With this new addition to our lineup in Brazil, you can get your application online more quickly and allow Elastic Beanstalk to handle system updates, scaling, monitoring, and lots more.

EBS Provisioned IOPS – You can now create EBS Provisioned IOPS volumes in Brazil, with up to 2000 IOPS per EBS volume. This will give you more control and the ability to create fast, responsive applications on AWS.

RDS Provisioned IOPS – You can now create RDS Database Instances with up to 10,000 Provisioned IOPS (for MySQL and Oracle) or 7,000 (SQL Server). This gives you the power to create fast, responsive database-driven applications on AWS. As part of today’s launch, this is also available in the Asia Pacific (Singapore) Region.

– Jeff;

PS[0] – Check out the AWS Products and Services by Region to find out which services are available in each AWS Region.

PS[1] – This post is also available in Portuguese and Spanish.