AWS News Blog

Well-Architected, Working Backward to Play it Forward

My colleague Philip “Fitz” Fitzsimons wrote the guest post below to bring you up to date on the popular Well-Architected Framework. Working backward is a fundamental part of our innovation process. We start with the customer and what they want, and let that define and guide our efforts. Having released the Well-Architected Framework in 2015 […]

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Build Enterprise Mobile Apps with AWS Mobile Hub – New User Management and SaaS Integration

allows you to build, test, and monitor mobile applications that make use of one or more AWS services. You can use its single, integrated console to add user authentication, data storage, backend logic, push notifications, content delivery, and analytics features to your apps, with plenty of opportunities for customization. We are seeing an increasing number […]

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Application Performance Percentiles and Request Tracing for AWS Application Load Balancer

In today’s guest post, my colleague Colm MacCárthaigh discusses the new CloudWatch Percentile Statistics and the implications and benefits load balancing. He also introduces a new request tracing feature that will make it easier for you to track the progress of individual requests as they arrive at a load balancer and make their way to […]

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AWS Storage Update – S3 & Glacier Price Reductions + Additional Retrieval Options for Glacier

Back in 2006, we launched S3 with a revolutionary pay-as-you-go pricing model, with an initial price of 15 cents per GB per month. Over the intervening decade, we reduced the price per GB by 80%, launched S3 in every AWS Region, and enhanced the original one-size-fits-all model with user-driven features such as web site hosting, […]

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CloudTrail Update – Capture and Process Amazon S3 Object-Level API Activity

I would like to show you how several different AWS services can be used together to address a challenge faced by many of our customers. Along the way I will introduce you to a new feature that launches today and show you how you can use it in conjunction with CloudWatch Events. The Challenge Our […]

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New – Web Access for Amazon WorkSpaces

We launched WorkSpaces in late 2013 (Amazon WorkSpaces – Desktop Computing in the Cloud) and have been adding new features at a rapid clip. Here are some highlights from 2016: November 2016 – WorkSpaces adds GPU-Powered Graphics Bundles. October 2016 – WorkSpaces becomes available in the EU (Frankfurt) Region. August 2016 – WorkSpaces offers hourly […]

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