AWS News Blog

Category: Amazon EC2

Amazon Linux AMI 2010.11.1 Released

We have released a new version of the Amazon Linux AMI. The new version includes new features, security fixes, package updates, and additional packages. The AWS Management Console will be updated to use these AMIs in the near future. Users of the existing Amazon Linux AMI can access the package additions and updates through our […]

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Fedora 14 AMIs for Amazon EC2

Earlier this month the Fedora Community released Fedora 14. At that time they also released an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) for EC2. This is pretty big news — Fedora is one of the most popular Linux distributions around, with millions of copies running worldwide. The new version of Fedora includes new desktop, system administration, and […]

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Servers for Nothing, Bits for Free

In the last year or two we’ve added free tiers of service to Amazon SQS, Amazon SNS, and Amazon SimpleDB. We have learned that developers like to be able to try out our services without having to pay to do so. In many cases, they have created non-trivial applications that can run entirely within the […]

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Cloud-powered Software Development LifeCycle – Innovative Social Gaming and LBS Platform in the AWS Cloud – TAPTIN

As AWS technology evangelists, we often meet startups working on cool stuff.  Every so often we discover startups that have done incredible things on AWS.  Recently, I came across Navitas, a Berkeley-based company with development teams in Silicon Valley, Ecuador, and Thailand. Since I am deeply interested in location-based services and geo apps in the […]

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