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Category: AWS Management Console

New – AWS Application Discovery Service Console

Update (March 2020) – In the years that have passed since this post was published, we have removed the network visualization feature. AWS Application Discovery Service helps you to plan your migration to the cloud. As a central component of the AWS Cloud Adoption Framework, it simplifies the process of automating the process of discovering […]

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AWS Management Portal for vCenter Update – Auto Upgrades, Log Upload, Queued Imports

We have updated AWS Management Portal for vCenter. This plug-in runs within your existing vCenter environment and gives you the power to migrate VMware VMs to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and to manage AWS resources from within vCenter. Today’s update includes automatic upgrades, log uploading, and queued import tasks. Automatic Upgrades The management console […]

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New – Cross-Account Access in the AWS Management Console

Many AWS customers use separate AWS accounts (usually in conjunction with Consolidated Billing) for their development and production resources. This separation allows them to cleanly separate different types of resources and can also provide some security benefits. Today we are making it easier for you to work productively within a multi-account (or multi-role) AWS environment […]

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AWS GovCloud (US) Update – Glacier, VM Import, CloudTrail, and More

I am pleased to be able to announce a set of updates and additions to AWS GovCloud (US). We are making a number of new services available including Amazon Glacier, AWS CloudTrail, and VM Import. We are also enhancing the AWS Management Console with support for Auto Scaling and the Service Limits Report. As you […]

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Updated AWS Billing Console

We updated the AWS Billing Console in late 2013. The new version makes it easier for you to see how much you are spending on AWS (in total and by service). It also includes a simplified interface for management of billing preferences and payment methods, a payment history page, and a simple checkout process for […]

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Enable Single Sign-On to the AWS Management Console via Shibboleth

One of the most powerful features of AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) is its ability to issue temporary security credentials and grant controlled access to people in a network without having to define individual identities for each user (i.e., identity federation). This enables customers to extend their existing authentication systems and allow users to Single […]

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