AWS News Blog

Amazon Zocalo – Now Generally Available

has been available in a Limited Preview since early July (see my blog post, Amazon Zocalo – Document Storage and Sharing for the Enterprise to learn more). During the Limited Preview, many AWS users expressed interest in evaluating Zocalo and were admitted in to the Preview on a space-available basis. Today we are making Amazon […]

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AWS Week in Review – August 18, 2014

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, August  18 We announced that the Amazon CloudWatch Logs Agent is now Available for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and CentOS. A post on the High Scalability blog asked (and answered) the question “What would you build if you could process 1 […]

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AWS Pop-up Loft – Returning in the Fall!

Earlier this year we opened up the AWS Pop-up Loft for a pilot run of almost four weeks in San Francisco. During that time, many AWS developers dropped in to network, listen, learn, work, and socialize. Some developers came and enjoyed the structured, scheduled events. Others came in with their laptops, found a quiet corner, […]

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Amazon SNS Update – Large Topics and MPNS Authenticated Mode

is a fast and flexible push messaging service. You can easily send messages to Apple, Google, Fire OS and Windows devices, including Android devices in China (via Baidu Cloud Push). Today we are enhancing SNS with support for large topics (more than 10,000 subscribers) and authenticated delivery to MPNS (Microsoft Push Notification Service). Large Topics […]

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AWS Week in Review – August 11, 2014

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, August 11 We announced Multi-Factor Authentication for Amazon WorkSpaces. We announced that you can now Tag Your Elastic Load Balancers. The talked about S3 Server Side Encryption With Windows PowerShell. We published Episode 96 of the . Tuesday, August 12 We announced that you […]

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