AWS Week in Review – May 19, 2014 Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, May 19 We announced Amazon RDS for SQL Server With Multi-AZ. Tuesday, May 20 We announced that EC2’s C3 and G2 Instances are now Available in More Regions. We announced that Amazon S3 now Supports Lifecycle Management for Versioned Objects. The AWS Startup Blog published Part 1 of an-depth series of articles on the Internet of Things. Wednesday, May 21 We announced that AWS Trusted Advisor now Include More Limit Checks and Support for new CloudTrail Locations. We announced that you can now Encrypt Your EBS Volumes for Additional Data Protection. The Amazon SES Blog talked about Credentials and SES. The AWS Security Blog showed you how to Securely Connect to Linux Instances Running in a Private Amazon VPC. The AWS Architecture Blog published a Case Study in Global Fault Isolation. The AWS Activate Blog told the story of Prevoty: Winning the War Against Zero Day Attacks. AWS Marketplace introduced new pricing and software free trial search filters to help customers discover great software that meets their budgets and needs. Try the new software free trial filter. Thursday, May 22 We announced Updates to Amazon Elastic Transcoder including Multiple Parallel Outputs. The AWS .Net Development Blog showed you how to Monitor Your Estimated Costs With Windows PowerShell. Friday, May 23 We announced that Version 2 of the AWS Management Pack for System Center is now Available. We announced that Amazon Elastic MapReduce now Supports the R3 (Memory-Optimized) Instances. Last week AWS Marketplace added new products including CoreOS for Linux, Nexus Enterprise, and Attunity Cloudbeam for Redshift. Stay tuned for next week! In the meantime, follow me on Twitter and subscribe to the RSS feed. — Jeff; Modified 1/21/2021 – In an effort to ensure a great experience, expired links in this post have been updated or removed from the original post.