AWS News Blog

AWS OpsWorks for Java

Chris Barclay sent along an awesome guest post to announce the arrival of AWS OpsWorks for Java! — Jeff; I am pleased to announce that AWS OpsWorks now supports Java applications. AWS OpsWorks is an application management service that makes it easy to model and manage your entire application. You can start from templates for […]

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AWS Data Pipeline Now Supports Amazon Redshift

AWS Data Pipeline (see my introductory blog post for more information) is a web service that helps you to integrate and process data across compute and storage services at specified intervals. You can transform and process data that is stored in the cloud or on-premises in a highly scalable fashion without having to worry about […]

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Amazon RDS Partners & New RDS Partner Page

As you may know, Amazon RDS makes it easy for our customers to set up, scale, and operate a relational database in the cloud. Amazon RDS supports MySQL, Oracle (Standard Edition One, Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition) and Microsoft SQL Server (Web, Express, Standard, and Enterprise editions). RDS handles the time-consuming database administration tasks so […]

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Store and Process Large Sequential Data Sets with EC2 Cluster Instances

To date, we haven’t been very vocal about the performance that is possible when you combine the EC2 Cluster Instances and EBS. I’d like to change that today! The EC2 Cluster Instance types (CC2, CR1, CG1, HI1, and HS1) support high-performance (10 gigabit) networking between instances and Elastic Block Storage volumes (EBS). Instances of this […]

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Create a Virtual Tape Library Using the AWS Storage Gateway

The AWS Storage Gateway connects an on-premises software appliance with cloud-based storage to integrate your on-premises IT environment with the AWS storage infrastructure. Once installed and configured, each Gateway presents itself as one or more iSCSI storage volumes. Each volume can be configured to be Gateway-Cached (primary data stored in Amazon S3 and cached in […]

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AWS re:Invent Hackathon 2013

We have organized a unique Hackathon for re:Invent 2013. The event will run from 9:00 AM to Midnight on November 12th in Ballroom A of the Venetian conference center in Las Vegas. Hack AwayParticipants will assemble into teams and compete to solve a challenge faced by one of four non-profit organizations that have agreed to […]

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AWS CloudHSM Update

I’d like to give you a quick update on AWS CloudHSM. First, the “HSM” is short for Hardware Security Module. As I noted in my earlier blog post: An HSM is a piece of hardware — a dedicated appliance that provides secure key storage and a set of cryptographic operations within a tamper-resistant enclosure. You […]

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