AWS News Blog

Amazon ElastiCache – Now With Redis 2.8.6

Amazon ElastiCache makes it easy for you to create, operate, and scale an in-memory cache. Because ElastiCache contains support for the Memcached and Redis engines, it is compatible with a wide variety of existing applications. I’m happy to announce that ElastiCache now supports version 2.8.6 of Redis and that you can start using it today: […]

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AWS Week in Review – March 3, 2014

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, March 3 We announced an Update to the AWS Activate Program. We announced that AWS CloudFormation now supports AWS OpsWorks. The AWS Ruby Development Blog announced that Ruby 2.1 is Now Available on AWS OpsWorks. Tuesday, March 4 We announced that Red […]

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Cross-Region Export and Import of DynamoDB Tables

Two of the most frequent feature requests for Amazon DynamoDB involve backup/restore and cross-Region data transfer. Today we are addressing both of these requests with the introduction of a pair of scalable tools (export and import) that you can use to move data between a DynamoDB table and an Amazon S3 bucket. The export and […]

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New Features for Amazon CloudFront: Server Name Indication (SNI) and HTTP Redirection

Amazon CloudFront is a web service for content delivery. You can use CloudFront to deliver content to your end users with low latency, high data transfer speed, and no commitments. I am happy to announce that CloudFront now supports Server Name Indication (SNI) for custom SSL certificates, along with the ability to take incoming HTTP […]

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VM Import/Export Now Supports Windows 2012

The VM Import/Export feature gives you the power to import existing virtual machine images to Amazon EC2 instances and to export them back to your on-premises environment. You can move images to hasten and simplify your migration from on-premises to the AWS cloud or as part of a disaster recovery model. Import & Export Windows […]

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux Now Available on AWS GovCloud (US)

The AWS GovCloud (US) Region is an isolated AWS Region designed to allow US government agencies and customers to move sensitive workloads into the cloud by addressing their specific regulatory and compliance requirements. Today we are making Red Hat Enterprise Linux (which everyone calls RHEL), available in the AWS GovCloud (US) Region. Red Hat Enterprise […]

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