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AWS Week In Review 19 December 2022

AWS Week in Review – December 19, 2022

We are half way between the re:Invent conference and the end-of-year holidays, and I did expect the cadence of releases and news to slow down a bit, but nothing is further away from reality. Our teams continue to listen to your feedback and release new capabilities and incremental improvements. This week, many items caught my […]

Introducing AWS Gateway Load Balancer – Easy Deployment, Scalability, and High Availability for Partner Appliances

Last year, we launched Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Ingress Routing to allow routing of all incoming and outgoing traffic to/from an Internet Gateway (IGW) or Virtual Private Gateway (VGW) to the Elastic Network Interface of a specific Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance. With VPC Ingress Routing, you can now configure your VPC to send […]

New – Application Load Balancer Support for End-to-End HTTP/2 and gRPC

Thanks to its efficiency and support for numerous programming languages, gRPC is a popular choice for microservice integrations and client-server communications. gRPC is a high performance remote procedure call (RPC) framework using HTTP/2 for transport and Protocol Buffers to describe the interface. To make it easier to use gRPC with your applications, Application Load Balancer (ALB) […]

New – Application Load Balancer Simplifies Deployment with Weighted Target Groups

One of the benefits of cloud computing is the possibility to create infrastructure programmatically and to tear it down when it is no longer needed. This allows to radically change the way developers deploy their applications. When developers used to deploy applications on premises, they had to reuse existing infrastructure for new versions of their […]

New – Advanced Request Routing for AWS Application Load Balancers

AWS Application Load Balancers have been around since the summer of 2016! They support content-based routing, work well for serverless & container-based applications, and are highly scalable. Many AWS customers are using the existing host and path-based routing to power their HTTP and HTTPS applications, while also taking advantage of other ALB features such as […]