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AWS Flow Framework for Ruby for the Simple Workflow Service

The Amazon Simple Workflow Service (SWF) lets you build scalable, event-driven systems that coordinate work across many machines that can be either cloud-based or on-premises. The service handles coordination, logging, and auditing so that you don’t need to write a bunch of glue code or to maintain your own state machines. Instead, you can focus […]

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Elastic Load Balancing adds Support for Proxy Protocol

My colleague Lesley Mbogo is a Senior Product Manager on the Elastic Load Balancing team. She sent along the post below to tell you all about an important new feature — support for the Proxy Protocol. — Jeff; Starting today, Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) supports Proxy Protocol version 1. You can now identify the originating […]

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Learn AWS With New Self-Paced Labs

Would you like to test-drive AWS services, acquire some new skills, and gain practical experience working with a wide variety of AWS technologies? If so, the new AWS self-paced labs will be of great interest to you. We’ve been working with Cloud vLab (an APN Technology Partner) to create a set of hands-on, self-paced online […]

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AWS Week in Review – July 22, 2013

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, July 22 We added a number of new AWS case studies including Genome Medicine Institute, Hailo,  Rover.com, and The Schumacher Group. The AWS Security Blog talked about Controlling Network Access to EC2 Instances Using a Bastion Host. Tuesday, July 23 Building on […]

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Scientific / Academic / Non-Profit Poster Session at AWS re:Invent

Many academic and scientific conferences include a poster session. What’s That?Researchers describe their research and their results on an informative poster which they bring to the conference, where it is set up for display. The researchers stand by their posters to answer questions about the work and to discuss it with the attendees. Posters sessions […]

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Empowering the Startup Ecosystem in Singapore With AWS

My colleague Joe Ziegler wrote the report below to recap and summarize the recent Cloud Kata event that we held in conjunction with the AWS Summit in Singapore. — Jeff; SummaryAWS held the first Cloud Kata for Startups event in Singapore at the Marina Bay Sands on July 17th, bringing together over 800 entrepreneurs, developers, […]

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