AWS News Blog

Bay Area Amazon Mechanical Turk Meetup

On May 18th, 2010, we’ll be conducting a Mechanical Turk Meetup in Palo Alto, California. The event will run from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM at the Garden Court Hotel and is sponsored by AT&T Interactive. You’ll here from Donghui Feng, Research Scientist for AT&T Interactive. He’ll talk about the use of the Mechanical Turk […]

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Amazon Virtual Private Cloud Heads to Europe

I’m happy to announce that Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) is now available in our EU (Ireland) region. Customers with existing IT infrastructure in the EU can now deploy Amazon VPC in the same region in order to provide the best possible experience for their users. They can also deploy an Amazon VPC in the […]

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Developers Support the AWS Asia Pacific Region With Cool Applications

Here’s what I know about so far: Bucket Explorer -A user interface for Amazon S3. Runs on Windows, Linux, and Mac systems, available in three editions (basic, commands, and team). CloudBerry Backup -A backup and restore program that uses Amazon S3. Runs on Windows. Includes scheduling and optional data encryption. CloudBerry Explorer -A file management […]

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Now Open: AWS Region in Asia Pacific

Businesses and developers in the Asia Pacific part of the world can now obtain their processing, storage, and other services on an economical, pay-as-you-go basis from resources located nearby. We’ve just opened up an AWS Region in Singapore, with two Availability Zones. The new region supports Amazon EC2 (including Elastic IP Addresses, Amazon CloudWatch, Elastic […]

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AWS Presentation Roundup

As you may know, we’ve hosted AWS Enterprise events in several cities this year. We’ve put the presentations on SlideShare and you may find them to be of interest. Here’s what you can find. From Amazon Brief Overview of Security Architecting for the Cloud AWS and the Enterprise Securing the AWS Cloud Lessons Learned Before […]

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Amazon CloudFront Object TTL Slashed!

By popular demand, we’ve reduced the minimum TTL (Time To Live) for Amazon CloudFront from 24 hours down to just one hour. This means that you can now use CloudFront to distribute content that changes from hour to hour. As has always been the case, you will set the expiration time using the Cache-Control, Pragma, […]

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SOASTA OLAP Engine for Performance Testing

Tom Lounibos from SOASTA sent me a heads-up on their new OLAP Engine. The new product, CloudTest Analytics, builds on SOASTA’s existing CloudTest product. It consists of  data extraction layer that is able to extract real time performance metrics from a number of existing APM (Application Performance Management) tools from vendors such as IBM, CA, […]

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