AWS News Blog

Route 53 and CloudTrail Checks for the AWS Trusted Advisor

The AWS Trusted Advisor monitors your AWS resources and provides you with advice for cost optimization, security, performance, and fault tolerance. Today we are adding five additional checks that will be of benefit to users of Amazon Route 53 (Domain Name Services) and AWS CloudTrail (recording and logging of AWS API calls). With today’s launch, […]

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AWS Week in Review – March 10, 2014

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, March 10 We announced an Important AWS Account Key Change. Tuesday, March 11 The Amazon SES Blog asked (and then answered) the question, What do I do if my Registration Emails Have High Bounce Rates. Wednesday, March 12 We announced that Amazon […]

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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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Amazon AppStream Now Available to All Developers

We announced Amazon AppStream at last fall’s re:Invent conference, and made the service available to an initial group of developers at that time. Today we are taking the next step forward. I am happy to announce that Amazon AppStream is now being made available to all interested developers. You can build applications that run on […]

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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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Access Logs for Elastic Load Balancers

Update (July 20, 2017) – Fixed the Hive commands and removed a reference to a tutorial that no longer exists. AWS Elastic Load Balancing helps you to build systems that are highly scalable and highly reliable. You can automatically distribute traffic across a dynamically-sized collection of Amazon EC2 instances, and you have the ability to […]

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