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New – Opt-in to Default Encryption for New EBS Volumes

My colleagues on the AWS team are always looking for ways to make it easier and simpler for you to protect your data from unauthorized access. This work is visible in many different ways, and includes the AWS Cloud Security page, the AWS Security Blog, a rich collection of AWS security white papers, an equally […]

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New – Updated Pay-Per-Use Pricing Model for AWS Config Rules

AWS Config rules give you the power to perform Dynamic Compliance Checking on your Cloud Resources. Building on the AWS Resource Configuration Tracking provided by AWS Config, you can use a combination of predefined and custom rules to continuously and dynamically check that all changes made to your AWS resources are compliant with the conditions […]

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Now Open – Third Availability Zone in the AWS Asia Pacific (Seoul) Region

Amazon Web Services Korea LLC (AWS Korea) opened an office in Seoul, South Korea in 2012. This office has educated and supported many customers from startups to large enterprises. Owing to high customer demand, we launched our Asia Pacific (Seoul) Region with 2 Availability Zones and two edge locations in January 2016. This Region has […]

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Amazon S3 Path Deprecation Plan – The Rest of the Story

Update (September 23, 2020) – Over the last year, we’ve heard feedback from many customers who have asked us to extend the deprecation date. Based on this feedback we have decided to delay the deprecation of path-style URLs to ensure that customers have the time that they need to transition to virtual hosted-style URLs. We […]

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New – The Next Generation (I3en) of I/O-Optimized EC2 Instances

Amazon’s Customer Obsession leadership principle says: Leaders start with the customer and work backwards. They work vigorously to earn and keep customer trust. Although leaders pay attention to competitors, they obsess over customers. Starting from the customer and working backwards means that we do not invent in a vacuum. Instead, we speak directly to our […]

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New – Amazon S3 Batch Operations

AWS customers routinely store millions or billions of objects in individual Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) buckets, taking advantage of S3’s scale, durability, low cost, security, and storage options. These customers store images, videos, log files, backups, and other mission-critical data, and use S3 as a crucial part of their data storage strategy. Batch Operations […]

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