AWS News Blog

Amazon EC2 Dedicated Instances

We continue to listen to our customers, and we work hard to deliver the services, features, and business models based on what they tell us is most important to them. With hundreds of thousands of customers using Amazon EC2 in various ways, we are able to see trends and patterns in the requests, and to […]

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Updated Amazon Linux AMI (2011.02) Released

We released an updated version of the Amazon Linux AMI earlier this week. It is available in all AWS Regions for all instance types. Here’s what’s new: Default compiler upgraded from GCC 4.1 to GCC 4.4. The AMI kernel is now based on 2.6.35.11 release. An HVM AMI was released to support the Cluster Compute […]

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Upcoming Webinar: Orchestrating the Cloud

Amazon’s cloud computing platform makes it easy to provision infrastructure resources quickly. Spinning up a single server is straightforward, but larger deployments of multiple tier applications often require a little co-ordination. Join me for the next of our monthly technical seminars in which we’ll cover the various techniques and tools for orchestrating cloud deployments: 10am, […]

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IAM Now Available for Amazon CloudFront

You can now use AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) to regulate access to the Amazon CloudFront APIs.For example, you could easily create three separate IAM groups with names and permissions as follows: Group CloudFrontManagement – Access to all CloudFront APIs. Group Publisher – Access to the CreateDistribution, GetDistribution, UpdateDistribution, and GetDistributionConfig APIs. Group StreamingPublisher […]

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