AWS News Blog

New – Product Support Connection for AWS Marketplace Customers

There are now over 2,700 software products listed in . Tens of thousands of AWS customers routinely find, buy, and start using offerings from more than 925 Independent Software Vendors (ISVs). Today we are giving you, as a consumer of software through , the ability to selectively share your contact information (name, title, phone number, […]

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Amazon CloudWatch Update – Extended Metrics Retention & User Interface Update

is a monitoring service for your AWS resources and for the applications that you run on AWS. It collects and tracks metrics, monitors log files, and allows you to set alarms and respond to changes in your AWS resources. Today we are launching several important enhancements to CloudWatch: Extended Metrics Retention – CloudWatch now stores […]

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AWS Week in Review – October 24, 2016

Another busy week in AWS-land! Today’s post included submissions from 21 internal and external contributors, along with material from my RSS feeds, my inbox, and other things that come my way. To join in the fun, create (or find) some awesome AWS-related content and submit a pull request! Monday October 24 We launched the AWS […]

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AWS Hot Startups – October 2016 – Optimizely, Touch Surgery, WittyFeed

I’m pleased to share yet another month of hot startups, courtesy of Tina Barr! Check out this month’s AWS-powered startups: Optimizely – Providing web and mobile A/B testing for the world’s leading brands. Touch Surgery – Building technologies for the global surgical community. WittyFeed – Creating viral content. Optimizely (San Francisco) Optimizely is one of […]

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New Utility – Opt-in to Longer Resource IDs Across All Regions

Early this year I announced that Longer EC2 Resource IDs are Now Available, and kicked off the start of a transition period that will last until early December 2016. During the transition period, you can opt in to the new resource format on a region-by-region, user-by-user basis. At the conclusion of the transition period, all […]

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New – AWS Server Migration Service

I love to use the historical photo at right to emphasize a situation that many of our customers face. They need to move their existing IT infrastructure to the without scheduling prolonged maintenance periods for data migration. Because many of these applications are mission-critical and are heavily data-driven, taking systems offline in order to move […]

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AWS Week in Review – October 17, 2016

Wow, a lot is happening in AWS-land these days! Today’s post included submissions from several dozen internal and external contributors, along with material from my RSS feeds, my inbox, and other things that come my way. To join in the fun, create (or find) some awesome AWS-related content and submit a pull request! Monday October […]

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AWS Budgets Update – Track Cloud Costs and Usage

As Spider-Man and others before him have said, “with great power comes great responsibility.” In the on-demand, pay-as-you-go cloud world, this means that you need to be an informed, responsible consumer. In a corporate environment, this means that you need to pay attention to budgets and to spending, and to make sure that your actual […]

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