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Get to know the latest AWS Heroes, including the first IoT Heroes!

The AWS Heroes program recognizes and honors individuals who are prominent leaders in local communities, known for sharing AWS knowledge and facilitating peer-to-peer learning in a variety of ways. The AWS Heroes program grows just as the enthusiasm for all things AWS grows in communities around the world, and there are now AWS Heroes in […]

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Now available in Amazon Transcribe: Automatic Redaction of Personally Identifiable Information

Launched at AWS re:Invent 2017, Amazon Transcribe is an automatic speech recognition (ASR) service that makes it easy for AWS customers to add speech-to-text capabilities to their applications. At the time of writing, Transcribe supports 31 languages, 6 of which can be transcribed in real-time. A popular use case for Transcribe is the automatic transcription of […]

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Amazon FSx for Lustre Update: Persistent Storage for Long-Term, High-Performance Workloads

Last year I wrote about Amazon FSx for Lustre and told you how our customers can use it to create pebibyte-scale, highly parallel POSIX-compliant file systems that serve thousands of simultaneous clients driving millions of IOPS (Input/Output Operations per Second) with sub-millisecond latency. As a managed service, Amazon FSx for Lustre makes it easy for […]

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AWS has launched the Activate Founders package for Startups 🚀

Are you in a Startup? As of today, AWS has launched the Activate Founders package for Startups! 🚀🚀🚀This package unlocks a new set of benefits. If your startup isn’t affiliated with a venture capital firm, accelerator, or incubator, then your startup can now apply to receive $1,000 in AWS Activate Credits (valid for 2 years) […]

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New – Multi-Attach for Provisioned IOPS (io1) Amazon EBS Volumes

Starting today, customers running Linux on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) can take advantage of new support for attaching Provisioned IOPS (io1) Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes to multiple EC2 instances. Each EBS volume, when configured with the new Multi-Attach option, can be attached to a maximum of 16 EC2 instances in a single […]

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New: Use AWS CloudFormation StackSets for Multiple Accounts in an AWS Organization

Infrastructure-as-code is the process of managing and creating IT infrastructure through machine-readable text files, such as JSON or YAML definitions or using familiar programming languages, such as Java, Python, or TypeScript. AWS Customers typically uses AWS CloudFormation or the AWS Cloud Development Kit to automate the creation and management of their cloud infrastructure. CloudFormation StackSets […]

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