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New – Manage DynamoDB Items Using Time to Live (TTL)

AWS customers are making great use of Amazon DynamoDB. They love the speed and flexibility and build Ad Tech (reference architecture), Gaming (reference architecture), IoT (reference architecture), and other applications that take advantage of the consistent, single-digit millisecond latency. They also love the fact that DynamoDB is a managed, serverless database that scales to handle […]

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Launch: AWS Elastic Beanstalk launches support for Custom Platforms

There is excitement in the air! I am thrilled to announce that customers can now create custom platforms in AWS Elastic Beanstalk. With this latest release of the AWS Elastic Beanstalk service, developers and systems admins can now create and manage their own custom Elastic Beanstalk platform images allowing complete control over the instance configuration. […]

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AWS Marketplace Adds Healthcare & Life Sciences Category

Wilson To and Luis Daniel Soto are our guest bloggers today, telling you about a new industry vertical category that is being added to the AWS Marketplace.Check it out! -Ana AWS Marketplace is a managed and curated software catalog that helps customers innovate faster and reduce costs, by making it easy to discover, evaluate, procure, immediately deploy […]

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Amazon EBS Update – New Elastic Volumes Change Everything

It is always interesting to speak with our customers and to learn how the dynamic nature of their business and their applications drives their block storage requirements. These needs change over time, creating the need to modify existing volumes to add capacity or to change performance characteristics. Today’s 24×7 operating models leaves no room for […]

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Amazon Rekognition Update – Estimated Age Range for Faces

Amazon Rekognition is one of our artificial intelligence services. In addition to detecting objects, scenes, and faces in images, Rekognition can also search and compare faces. Behind the scenes, Rekognition uses deep neural network models to analyze billions of images daily (read Amazon Rekognition – Image Detection and Recognition Powered by Deep Learning to learn […]

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