AWS News Blog

AWS Week in Review – October 8, 2012

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, October 8 Our friends at AWS Partner 8KMiles released a new presentation, Email Architecture using Amazon SES. Tuesday, October 9 We added two new checks to the AWS Trusted Advisor – S3 Bucket Policy and Idle Elastic Load Balancer. I posted another […]

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Amazon EC2 Spot Instance Bid Status

We want to make EC2 Spot Instances even easier to use. One way we are doing this is by making the bidding and processing more open and more transparent. You probably know that you can use Spot Instances to bid for unused capacity, allowing you to obtain compute capacity at a price that is based […]

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Amazon Linux AMI 2012.09 Now Available

Max Spevack of the Amazon EC2 team brings news of the latest Amazon Linux AMI. — Jeff; The Amazon Linux AMI 2012.09 is now available. After we removed the Public Beta tag from the Amazon Linux AMI last September, weve been on a six month release cycle focused on making sure that EC2 customers have […]

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Amazon RDS for MySQL – Promote Read Replica

As I described in my original blog post, you can easily create and manage read replicas using Amazon RDS for MySQL. From the AWS Management Console, you simply right-click on the database instance of interest and choose the Create Read Replica option: Adding one or more Read Replicas gives you the ability to handle an […]

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Amazon RDS – SQL Server SSL Support

As you can probably tell from the pace of releases on this blog, the Amazon RDS team has been designing, implementing, and deploying new features at a very rapid clip. They’ve added a number of data protection and security features to create a product that’s a great match for enterprise deployments. Today, we’re announcing SSL […]

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Lots of New Features for AWS GovCloud (US)

 AWS GovCloud (US) is a gated community cloud designed to support the compliance needs of customer workloads with direct or indirect ties to U.S. Government functions, services, or regulations. The AWS GovCloud (US) framework adheres to U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) requirements.  Workloads that are appropriate for the AWS GovCloud (US) region include […]

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AWS Week in Review – October 1, 2012

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, October 1 We launched the AWS Test Drive program to make it easier for you to get started with Oracle applications. My UK counterpart Ryan Shuttleworth posted the slides from his AWS for the Retail Industry webinar. Tuesday, October 2 We released a new version of […]

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Identity and Access Management for the AWS Marketplace

AWS Marketplace now supports role-based permissions and management via AWS Identity and Access Management.  Let’s review the key terms before diving in to the details: AWS Marketplace makes it easy to find, buy, and 1-click deploy software to the cloud, featuring hundreds of popular commercial and open-source software products for developers, IT admins, and business […]

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