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Category: Launch*

New AWS SDK for PHP

We’ve got a really nice new AWS SDK for PHP. Like our existing .NET and Java toolkits, this one was designed to be a high-quality SDK with comprehensive feature coverage, documentation, and tutorials. The first release supports a large subset of our infrastructure services including the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), the Amazon Simple Storage […]

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New Amazon EC2 Features: Resource Tagging, Idempotency, Filtering, Bring Your Own Keys

We’ve just introduced four cool new features for Amazon EC2. Instead of trying to squeeze all of the information in to one ridiculously long post, I’ve written four separate posts. Here’s what we introduced: Resource Tagging -Tag the following types of resources: EC2 instances, Amazon Machine Images (AMIs), EBS volumes, EBS snapshots, and Amazon VPC […]

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New Amazon EC2 Feature: Filtering

Many of our customers create large numbers of EC2 resources. Some of them run hundreds or thousands of EC2 instances, create thousands of EBS volumes, and retain tens of thousands of EBS volume snapshots. This growth has meant that the corresponding Describe APIs (DescribeInstances, DescribeVolumes, and DescribeSnapshots, to name a few) can return results that […]

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New Amazon EC2 Micro Instances – New, Low Cost Option for Low Throughput Applications

I cant tell you how many of you have told me youd like to run smaller applications at lower cost on EC2. These applications are typically low traffic/low throughputweb applications, web site hosting, various types of periodic cron jobs and the like. Im happy to say we have now built an instance type exactly for […]

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