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Identity Federation to the AWS Management Console

In August, we announced that AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) added support for Identity Federation. This enabled customers to use their existing identities (e.g. users) to securely access AWS APIs and resources using IAM’s fine-grained access controls, without the need to create an IAM user for each identity. Today we are announcing that we […]

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Amazon DynamoDB – Internet-Scale Data Storage the NoSQL Way

We want to make it very easy for you to be able to store any amount of semistructured data and to be able to read, write, and modify it quickly, efficiently, and with predictable performance. We don’t want you to have to worry about servers, disks, replication, failover, monitoring, software installation, configuration, or updating, hardware […]

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EC2 Instance Status Checks and Reporting

Instance Status ChecksYou may remember that we recently introduced EC2 Instance Status Monitoring features to give you better visibility into the status of your AWS resources. We began by providing you with information about operational activities that have been scheduled for your EC2 instances. Since then, weve added more functionality. You can now view status […]

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How Collections Work in the AWS SDK for Ruby

Today we have a guest blog post from Matty Noble, Software Development Engineer, SDKs and Tools Team.  – rodica We’ve seen a few questions lately about how to work with collections of resources in the SDK for Ruby, so I’d like to take a moment to explain some of the common patterns and how to […]

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Help Wanted – Manager and Senior Developers for new AWS Media Product

We are staffing up a brand-new AWS team to take advantage of some really interesting opportunities in the digital media space. This team is being launched from an existing product. This particular product has seen exponential growth in the size of its user base on an annualized (run rate) basis, along with 30x revenue growth […]

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