AWS News Blog

Amazon CloudFront – Support for Dynamic Content

IntroductionAmazon CloudFront‘s network of edge locations (currently 30, with more in the works) gives you the ability to distribute static and streaming content to your users at high speed with low latency. Today we are introducing a set of features that, taken together, allow you to use CloudFront to serve dynamic, personalized content more quickly. […]

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AWS Week in Review – May 7, 2012

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday,  May 7 We released the EC2 VM Import Connector for VMware vCenter version 1.2.0. Tuesday, May 8 The Relational Database Service now supports SQL Server. You can now run .NET applications on AWS Elastic Beanstalk. Wednesday, May 9 We introduced APIs and IAM support […]

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AWS 포탈 – 한국어 컨텐츠 추가

AWS , AWS . . , AWS . : , , . , AWS 7 . EC2 : Job Position . Regional Sales Manager – Korea Sales Development Representative – Korea Acount Manager – Korea Solutions Architect – Korea ———— AWS Portal – Adding Korean Content  We’ve added another entry to the language menu in […]

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AWS Storage Gateway – APIs and IAM Support

We have added two new features to the AWS Storage Gateway: a powerful set of APIs and support for AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM). AWS Storage Gateway APIsUp until now, the AWS Storage Gateway was configurable through the AWS Management Console.  You can now configure and manage your gateways programmatically, using the Storage Gateway […]

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Amazon RDS for SQL Server and .NET support for AWS Elastic Beanstalk

We are continuing to simplify the Windows development experience on AWS, and today we are excited to announce Amazon RDS for SQL Server and .NET support for AWS Elastic Beanstalk. Amazon RDS takes care of the tedious aspects of deploying, scaling, patching, and backing up of a relational database, freeing you from time-consuming database administration […]

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AWS Week in Review – April 30, 2012

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, April 30 Nature Magazine published a detailed article on the 1000 Genomes Project. Per the supplemental note, this data (all 260 TB) is available in Amazon S3. Tuesday, May 1 The article on Data Sharing Options for Scientific Workflows on Amazon EC2 was published. Wednesday, May 2 We […]

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Updated Microsoft SQL Server Offerings

As you might know, you can use official Windows AMIs (Amazon Machine Images) to launch Amazon EC2 instances with Microsoft SQL Server, inside or outside a VPC (Virtual Private Cloud). Many customers are taking advantage of this possibility to run different types of workloads on the AWS Cloud. After listening to customer feedback (as we […]

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Multi-AZ Option for Amazon RDS for Oracle Database

The Multi-AZ (Availability Zone) feature of the Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) replicates database updates across two Availability Zones to increase durability and availability. Amazon RDS will automatically fail over to the standby for planned maintenance and unplanned disruptions: This feature is now available for all license types supported by Amazon RDS for Oracle Database […]

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