AWS News Blog

S3 Intelligent-Tiering Adds Archive Access Tiers

We launched S3 Intelligent-Tiering two years ago, which added the capability to take advantage of S3 without needing to have a deep understanding of your data access patterns. Today we are launching two new optimizations for S3 Intelligent-Tiering that will automatically archive objects that are rarely accessed. These new optimizations will reduce the amount of […]

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New – Archive and Replay Events with Amazon EventBridge

Event-driven architectures use events to share information between the components of one or more applications. Events tell us that “something has happened,” maybe you received an API request, a file has been uploaded to a storage platform, or a database record has been updated. Business events describe something related to your activities, for example that […]

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In the Works – AWS Region in Hyderabad, India

We opened the AWS Regions in South Africa and Italy earlier this year and are currently working on regions in Indonesia, Japan, Spain, and Switzerland. Second AWS Region in India We launched the Asia Pacific (Mumbai) Region in June 2016, giving enterprises, public sector organizations, startups, and SMBs access to state-of-the-art public cloud infrastructure. In […]

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A New Integration for CloudWatch Alarms and OpsCenter

Over a year ago, I wrote about the Launch of a feature in AWS Systems Manager called OpsCenter, which allows customers to aggregate issues, events, and alerts into one place and make it easier for operations engineers and IT professionals to investigate and remediate problems. Today, I get to tell you about a new integration […]

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Amazon MQ Update – New RabbitMQ Message Broker Service

In 2017, we launched Amazon MQ – a managed message broker service for Apache ActiveMQ, a popular open-source message broker that is fast and feature-rich. It offers queues and topics, durable and non-durable subscriptions, push-based and poll-based messaging, and filtering. With Amazon MQ, we have enhanced lots of new features by customer feedback to improve […]

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New – GPU-Equipped EC2 P4 Instances for Machine Learning & HPC

The Amazon EC2 team has been providing our customers with GPU-equipped instances for nearly a decade. The first-generation Cluster GPU instances were launched in late 2010, followed by the G2 (2013), P2 (2016), P3 (2017), G3 (2017), P3dn (2018), and G4 (2019) instances. Each successive generation incorporates increasingly-capable GPUs, along with enough CPU power, memory, […]

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New – Application Load Balancer Support for End-to-End HTTP/2 and gRPC

Thanks to its efficiency and support for numerous programming languages, gRPC is a popular choice for microservice integrations and client-server communications. gRPC is a high performance remote procedure call (RPC) framework using HTTP/2 for transport and Protocol Buffers to describe the interface. To make it easier to use gRPC with your applications, Application Load Balancer (ALB) […]

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