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New AWS Program to Help Future-proof Your End-of-Support Windows Server Applications

If you have been in business a while, you might find yourself in a situation where you have legacy Windows Server applications, critical to your business, that you can’t move to a newer, supported version of Windows Server. Customers give us many reasons why they can’t move these legacy applications – perhaps the application has dependencies […]

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AWS DeepComposer – Compose Music with Generative Machine Learning Models

Today, we’re extremely happy to announce AWS DeepComposer, the world’s first musical keyboard combined with a generative AI service. Yes, you read that right. Machine learning (ML) requires quite a bit of math, computer science, code, and infrastructure. These topics are exceedingly important but to a lot of aspiring ML developers, they look overwhelming and […]

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The Next Evolution in AWS Single Sign-On

Efficiently managing user identities at scale requires new solutions that connect the multiple identity sources that many organizations use today. Customers want to establish a single identity and access strategy across their own apps, 3rd party apps (SaaS), and AWS cloud environments. Today we announced the next evolution of AWS Single Sign-On, enabling enterprises that […]

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AWS Load Balancer Update – Lots of New Features for You!

The AWS Application Load Balancer (ALB) and Network Load Balancer (NLB) are important parts of any highly available and scalable system. Today I am happy to share a healthy list of new features for ALB and NLB, all driven by customer requests. Here’s what I have: Weighted Target Groups for ALB Least Outstanding Requests for […]

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New – Use Tag Policies to Manage Tags Across Multiple AWS Accounts

Shortly after we launched EC2, customers started asking for ways to identify, classify, or categorize their instances. We launched tagging for EC2 instances and other EC2 resources way back in 2010, and have added support for many other resource types over the years. We added the ability to tag instances and EBS volumes at creation […]

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Visualize and Monitor Highly Distributed Applications with Amazon CloudWatch ServiceLens

Increasingly distributed applications, with thousands of metrics and terabytes of logs, can be a challenge to visualize and monitor. Gaining an end-to-end insight of the applications and their dependencies to enable rapid pinpointing of performance bottlenecks, operational issues, and customer impact quite often requires the use of multiple dedicated tools each presenting their own particular […]

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22 New Languages And Variants, 6 New Regions For Amazon Translate

Just a few weeks ago, I told you about 7 new languages supported by Amazon Translate, our fully managed service for machine translation. Well, here I am again, announcing no less than 22 new languages and variants, as well as 6 additional AWS Regions where Translate is now available. Introducing 22 New Languages And Variants That’s […]

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