AWS News Blog

Announcing the AWS Health Tools Repository

Tipu Qureshi and Ram Atur join us today with really cool news about a Git repository for AWS Health / Personal Health Dashboard. -Ana Today, we’re happy to release the AWS Health Tools repository, a community-based source of tools to automate remediation actions and customize Health alerts. The AWS Health service provides personalized information about […]

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New – Send High-Volume SMS Messages from Dedicated Short Codes

My bank, my credit card company, my mobile provider, and other businesses that I patronize often send me password reminders, service updates, and other important customer service information via SMS (Short Message Service) messages. AWS customers have been able to use to send SMS messages for many years (see Amazon Simple Notification Service Now Supports […]

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AWS Hot Startups – February 2017

As we finish up the month of February, Tina Barr is back with some awesome startups. -Ana This month we are bringing you five innovative hot startups: GumGum – Creating and popularizing the field of in-image advertising. Jiobit – Smart tags to help parents keep track of kids. Parsec – Offers flexibility in hardware and […]

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AWS Organizations – Policy-Based Management for Multiple AWS Accounts

Over the years I have found that many of our customers are managing multiple AWS accounts. This situation can arise for several reasons. Sometimes they adopt AWS incrementally and organically, with individual teams and divisions making the move to cloud computing on a decentralized basis. Other companies grow through mergers and acquisitions and take on […]

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New – Manage DynamoDB Items Using Time to Live (TTL)

AWS customers are making great use of . They love the speed and flexibility and build Ad Tech (reference architecture), Gaming (reference architecture), IoT (reference architecture), and other applications that take advantage of the consistent, single-digit millisecond latency. They also love the fact that DynamoDB is a managed, serverless database that scales to handle millions […]

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Launch: AWS Elastic Beanstalk launches support for Custom Platforms

There is excitement in the air! I am thrilled to announce that customers can now create custom platforms in AWS Elastic Beanstalk. With this latest release of the AWS Elastic Beanstalk service, developers and systems admins can now create and manage their own custom Elastic Beanstalk platform images allowing complete control over the instance configuration. […]

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