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Amazon Translate now supports Office documents

Whether your organization is a multinational enterprise present in many countries, or a small startup hungry for global success, translating your content to local languages may be an enduring challenge. Indeed, text data often comes in many formats, and processing them may require several different tools. Also, as all these tools may not support the […]

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Amazon Fraud Detector

Amazon Fraud Detector is now Generally Available

What was announced? Amazon Fraud Detector is now Generally Available! 🥳 In case you missed the announcement during 2019 re:Invent week, Amazon Fraud Detector was originally released in preview mode on December 3rd, 2019. But today it is now Generally Available for customers to check out. What is Amazon Fraud Detector? Amazon Fraud Detector is […]

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AWS DataSync adds support for on-premises object storage

AWS DataSync now supports transfers to and from self-managed object storage! 🎉 This new feature makes it easy for customers to automate copying large amounts of data between on-premises object storage and AWS Cloud Storage. What is AWS DataSync? If you’re new to AWS DataSync, you may be wondering how this service works. AWS DataSync […]

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New – Amazon EC2 Instances based on AWS Graviton2 with local NVMe-based SSD storage

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post to announce the new AWS Graviton2 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance type, the M6g. Since then, hundreds of customers have observed significant cost-performance benefits. These include Honeycomb.io, SmugMug, Redbox, and Valnet Inc. On June 11, we announced two new families of instances based on AWS […]

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Amazon EBS Fast Snapshot Restore for Shared EBS Snapshots

Snapshots are an integral part of Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS). Snapshots allow you to create a block-level, point-in-time copy of your volumes for backup, or disaster-recovery purposes. Snapshots are incremental, only data modified since the last snapshots are copied again. You can share snapshots between AWS Regions, or AWS Accounts. Once you have a […]

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Create Snapshots From Any Block Storage Using EBS Direct APIs

I am excited to announce you can now create Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) snapshots from any block storage data, such as on-premises volumes, volumes from another cloud provider, existing block data stored on Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), or even your own laptop :-) AWS customers using the cloud for disaster recovery of […]

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