AWS News Blog

Demo: SAP HANA One on AWS

My counterpart in Germany, AWS Evangelist Steffen Krause, has put together the blog post below to show you how to launch and exercise SAP HANA One on AWS. Steffen is also responsible for the German language AWSAktuell blog. — Jeff;   An interesting software product that created a lot of buzz lately is SAP HANA. […]

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AWS achieves FedRAMP Compliance

AWS has achieved FedRAMP compliance now federal agencies can save significant time, costs and resources in their evaluation of AWS! After demonstrating adherence to hundreds of controls by providing thousands of artifacts as part of a security assessment, AWS has been certified by a FedRAMP-accredited third-party assessor (3PAO) and has achieved agency ATOs (Authority to […]

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AWS Week in Review – May 13, 2013

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, May 13 The AWS Security Blog covered an important compliance announcement: The availability of a SOC-3 Report that includes both New Services and a New Region. Tuesday, May 14 We published a guide to Choosing the Right EC2 Instance Type for your […]

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New Features for the Amazon Elastic Transcoder

We released the Amazon Elastic Transcoder with an initial set of features and a promise to iterate quickly based on customer feedback. You’ve supplied us with plenty of feedback (primarily via the Elastic Transcoder Forum) and have a set of powerful enhancements ready as a result. Here’s what’s new: Apple HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) Support. […]

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Amazon DynamoDB – Parallel Scans, 4x Cheaper Reads, Other Good News

UPDATE (May 5, 2018) The capacity management capabilities of Amazon DynamoDB were enhanced after this blog post was published. As a result, the post references information that may no longer be the most accurate or a best practice. Pease read the DynamoDB documentation on Best Practices for Designing and Using Partition Keys Effectively to learn […]

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AWS OpsWorks Update – Elastic Load Balancing, Monitoring View, More Instance Types

Chris Barclay of the AWS OpsWorks team has put together a really nice guest post to introduce you to three new AWS OpsWorks features. — Jeff; We are pleased to announce three new AWS OpsWorks features that make it even easier to manage your applications: Elastic Load Balancing support, a monitoring view of your stacks […]

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AWS Week in Review – May 6, 2013

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, May 6 We announced that the AWS SDK for Node.js is now generally available. The AWS Security Blog discussed Writing IAM Policies to Grant Access to S3 Buckets. Tuesday, May 7 We announced that you can now Provision up to 4,000 PIOPs […]

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Follow My AWS Road Trip

After four months of planning and over 500 emails, I am less than 48 hours away from the start of my 5,000 mile road trip! I have created the AWS Road Trip site to give you the opportunity to follow my journey. I will be posting photos, videos, maps, and more as I make my […]

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