AWS News Blog

Learn about AWS – October AWS Online Tech Talks

AWS Online Tech Talks are live, online presentations that cover a broad range of topics at varying technical levels. Join us this month to learn about AWS services and solutions. We’ll have experts online to help answer any questions you may have. Featured this month, check out the webinars under AR/VR, End-User Computing, Industry Solutions. Also, […]

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AWS Community Heroes

Meet the Newest AWS Heroes (September 2018 Edition)

AWS Heroes are passionate AWS enthusiasts who use their extensive knowledge to teach others about all things AWS across a range of mediums. Many Heroes eagerly share knowledge online via forums, social media, or blogs; while others lead AWS User Groups or organize AWS Community Day events. Their extensive efforts to spread AWS knowledge have […]

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New – Parallel Query for Amazon Aurora

is a relational database that was designed to take full advantage of the abundance of networking, processing, and storage resources available in the cloud. While maintaining compatibility with MySQL and PostgreSQL on the user-visible side, Aurora makes use of a modern, purpose-built distributed storage system under the covers. Your data is striped across hundreds of […]

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New – AWS Systems Manager Session Manager for Shell Access to EC2 Instances

Update (August 2019) – The original version of this blog post referenced the now-deprecated AmazonEC2RoleForSSM IAM policy. It has been updated to reference the AmazonSSMManagedInstanceCore policy instead. It is a very interesting time to be a corporate IT administrator. On the one hand, developers are talking about (and implementing) an idyllic future where infrastructure as […]

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AWS – Ready for the Next Storm

As I have shared in the past (AWS – Ready to Weather the Storm) we take extensive precautions to help ensure that AWS will remain operational in the face of hurricanes, storms, and other natural disasters. With Hurricane Florence heading for the east coast of the United States, I thought it would be a good […]

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