AWS News Blog

AWS Week in Review – October 28, 2013

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, October 28 I published a new AWS Report video featuring Chris Langway of Optaros. The AWS Application Management Blog discussed CloudFormation and the New AWS CLI. The AWS .Net Development Blog talked about Getting Your EC2 Windows Password. Tuesday, October 29 We […]

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Cross-Region Snapshot Copy for Amazon RDS

I know that many AWS customers are interested in building applications that run in more than one of the eight public AWS regions. As a result, we have been working to add features to AWS to simplify and streamline the data manipulation operations associated with building and running global applications. In the recent past we […]

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AWS Identity and Access Management Policy Simulator

AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM for short) lets you control access to AWS services and resources using access control policies. IAM includes a large collection of prebuilt policies, and you can also create your own. IAM policies are comprised of policy statements. Each statement either allows or denies access to some AWS services (at […]

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Fine-Grained Access Control for Amazon DynamoDB

I truly enjoy the process of putting blog posts together for new AWS services and features. Many features started out as specific requests from one of the hundreds of thousands of AWS users. With “customer obsession” as one of our core values, all of us on the AWS team do everything that we can to […]

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Elastic MapReduce Updates – Hadoop 2.0 and More

The Amazon Elastic MapReduce (EMR) team has been hard at work on a series of updates and new features. You now have access to Hadoop 2.2 and new versions of Hive,Pig, HBase, and Mahout.  Cluster startup time has been reduced, S3DistCp (for data movement), has been augmented, and MapR M7 is now supported. If you […]

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The Startup Experience at AWS re:Invent

If you are part of a startup or if you have the entrepreneurial itch and aren’t sure how to scratch it, we have some AWS re:Invent sessions and events that will be of particular interest to you! Werner VogelsAmazon.com CTO Dr. Werner Vogels will be leading three separate startup events at re:Invent. All three events […]

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