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New – AWS Transfer for SFTP – Fully Managed SFTP Service for Amazon S3

Many organizations use SFTP (Secure File Transfer Protocol) as part of long-established data processing and partner integration workflows. While it would be easy to dismiss these systems as “legacy,” the reality is that they serve a useful purpose and will continue to do so for quite some time. We want to help our customers to […]

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AWS RoboMaker – Develop, Test, Deploy, and Manage Intelligent Robotics Apps

I have wanted to build a robot for decades and now I have my chance! To me, the big challenge has always been the sheer number of different parts that need to connect and interoperate. Complex hardware, software, sensors, communication systems, and a “robot brain” must all work together in order for the robot to […]

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Welcome to AWS re:Invent 2018

It is Sunday night and AWS re:Invent 2018 is underway. I hope that you are as excited as I am to be able to learn about our latest and greatest services and features! A New Approach After speaking to attendees at last year’s re:Invent, looking at data, and listening to lots of comments from readers, […]

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New AWS Resource Access Manager – Cross-Account Resource Sharing

As I have discussed in the past, our customers use multiple AWS accounts for many different reasons. Some of them use accounts to create administrative and billing boundaries; others use them to control the blast radius around any mistakes that they make. Even though all of this isolation is a net positive for our customers, […]

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New – Predictive Scaling for EC2, Powered by Machine Learning

When I look back on the history of AWS and think about the launches that truly signify the fundamentally dynamic, on-demand nature of the cloud, two stand out in my memory: the launch of Amazon EC2 in 2006 and the concurrent launch of CloudWatch Metrics, Auto Scaling, and Elastic Load Balancing in 2009. The first […]

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New – Amazon Route 53 Resolver for Hybrid Clouds

I distinctly remember the excitement I felt when I created my first Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) as a customer. I had just spent months building a similar environment on-premises and had been frustrated at the complicated setup. One of the immediate benefits that the VPC provided was a magical address at 10.0.0.2 where our EC2 […]

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AWS Quest 2: Reaching Las Vegas

Hey AWS Questers and puzzlehunters! We’ve reached the last day of AWS Quest: The Road to re:Invent! Ozz has made it from Seattle to Las Vegas—after taking the long way via Sydney, Tokyo, Beijing, Seoul, Singapore, Mumbai, Stockholm, Cape Town, Paris, London, Sao Paulo, New York City, Toronto, and Mexico City. Now in Vegas, Ozz plans […]

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Some Unique Sessions at re:Invent 2018

We recently added three unique breakout sessions to the re:Invent Session Catalog and I want to make sure that you are aware of them. It’s rare for Distinguished Engineers like Peter Vosshall, Principal Engineers like Colm MacCarthaigh, and Directors and VPs responsible for entire AWS services to speak within a three day period. So, you […]

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