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Category: Amazon Elastic Load Balancer

Two New AWS Getting Started Guides

We’ve put together a pair of new Getting Started Guides for Linux and Microsoft Windows. Both guides will show you how to use EC2, Elastic Load Balancing, Auto Scaling, and CloudWatch to host a web application. The Linux version of the guide (HTML, PDF) is built around the popular Drupal content management system. The Windows […]

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How Collections Work in the AWS SDK for Ruby

Today we have a guest blog post from Matty Noble, Software Development Engineer, SDKs and Tools Team.  – rodica We’ve seen a few questions lately about how to work with collections of resources in the SDK for Ruby, so I’d like to take a moment to explain some of the common patterns and how to […]

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New – AWS Elastic Load Balancing Inside of a Virtual Private Cloud

The popular AWS Elastic Load Balancing Feature is now available within the Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). Features such as SSL termination, health checks, sticky sessions and CloudWatch monitoring can be configured from the AWS Management Console, the command line, or through the Elastic Load Balancing APIs. When you provision an Elastic Load Balancer for your […]

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Elastic Load Balancing: More IPv6 Support, More Metrics, More IP Addresses

We have made some improvements to our Elastic Load Balancing product: IPv6 is now supported in the Asia Pacific (Singapore) and Asia Pacific (Tokyo) regions. Each Elastic Load Balancer reports six new metrics to Amazon CloudWatch. The DNS entry associated with an Elastic Load Balancer can now return up to eight IP addresses. IPv6 SupportEarlier […]

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AWS Summer Startups: Discovr

Over the summer months, we’d like to share a few stories from startups around the world: what are they working on and how they are using the cloud to get things done. Today, we’re profiling Filter Squad from Perth, Australia! In one of Werner Vogels‘ many travels through Australia this summer, he tweeted about a […]

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Facebook Developer Update: Meet RootMusic, Funzio, and 50Cubes

In honor of today’s Facebook Developer Conference, I’d like to recognize the success of our existing Facebook app developers and invite even more developers to kick-start their next Facebook app project with Amazon Web Services. Quick Numbers We crunched some numbers and found out that 70% of the 50 most popular Facebook apps leverage one […]

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Summer Startups: Sportaneous

Over the summer months, we’d like to share a few stories from startups around the world: what are they working on and how they are using the cloud to get things done. Today, we’re profiling Sportaneous from New York City! The StoryI first learned about Sportaneous after reading about NYC Big Apps, an application contest […]

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Elastic Load Balancing – IPv6, Zone Apex Support, Additional Security

Update (September, 2017) – The IPv6 information in this blog post has grown outdated over time. For current information, take a look at Internet-Facing Classic Load Balancers. We’ve added three new features to EC2’s Elastic Load Balancing feature: IPv6 Support – All Elastic Load Balancers in the US East (Northern Virginia) and EU (Ireland) regions […]

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