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Category: AWS OpsWorks*

New – AWS OpsWorks for Puppet Enterprise

At last year’s AWS re:Invent we launched AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate which enabled customers to get their own Chef Automate server, managed by AWS. Building on customer feedback we’re excited to bring Puppet Enterprise to OpsWorks today. Puppet Enterprise allows you to automate provisioning, configuring, and managing instances through a puppet-agent deployed on each […]

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New – AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate

helps you to configure and run applications using Chef. You use a Domain Specific Language (DSL) to write cookbooks that define your application’s architecture and the configuration of each component. The Chef server is an essential part of the configuration process. It stores all of the cookbooks and tracks state information for each of the […]

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Human Longevity, Inc. – Changing Medicine Through Genomics Research

Human Longevity, Inc. (HLI) is at the forefront of genomics research and wants to build the world’s largest database of human genomes along with related phenotype and clinical data, all in support of preventive healthcare. In today’s guest post, Yaron Turpaz,  Bryan Coon, and Ashley Van Zeeland talk about how they are using AWS to […]

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AWS OpsWorks Update – Provision & Manage ECS Container Instances; Run RHEL 7

makes it easy for you to deploy applications of all shapes and sizes. It provides you with an integrated management experience that spans the entire application lifecycle including resource provisioning, EBS volume setup, configuration management, application deployment, monitoring, and access control (read my introductory post, AWS OpsWorks – Flexible Application Management in the Cloud Using […]

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AWS OpsWorks for Windows

gives you an integrated management experience that spans the entire life cycle of your application including resource provisioning, configuration management, application deployment, monitoring, and access control. As I noted in my introductory post (AWS OpsWorks – Flexible Application Management in the Cloud Using Chef), it works with applications of any level of complexity and is […]

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AWS OpsWorks Update – Support for Existing EC2 Instances and On-Premises Servers

My colleague Chris Barclay sent a guest post to introduce two powerful new features for . — Jeff; New Modes for OpsWorks I have some good news for users that operate compute resources outside of AWS: you can now use to deploy and operate applications on any server with an Internet connection including virtual machines […]

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CloudTrail Expands Again – More Regions, More Services, Cool Partners

AWS CloudTrail records the API calls made in your AWS account and publishes the resulting log files to an Amazon S3 bucket in JSON format, with optional notification to an Amazon SNS topic each time a file is published. Today I’m writing to provide you with more information on new releases from CloudTrail and to […]

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AWS OpsWorks With Amazon RDS

AWS OpsWorks is an application management service. You define your application as a set of layers within a stack. Each stack provides information about the packages to be installed and configured, and can also provision any necessary AWS resources, as defined within a particular OpsWorks Layer. OpsWorks also scales your application as needed, driven by […]

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AWS OpsWorks Now Supports Chef 11.10

AWS OpsWorks gives you the power to model and manage your entire application, from load balancers to databases. You can customize the Amazon EC2 instances in the OpsWorks layers which comprise your application stack using any desired combination of the built-in OpsWorks templates and custom Chef recipes. The recipes can install software packages and can […]

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