AWS News Blog

AWS Blog Usability Panel (Seattle or Remote)

In order to make sure that the AWS Blog is meeting your information and entertainment needs, we are planning to conduct some usability panels later this month. We are looking for a mix or local (Seattle) and remote participants with any level of experience reading the blog and/or using AWS. If you participate in a […]

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AWS Week in Review – October 3, 2016

Twenty external and internal contributors worked together to create this edition of the AWS Week in Review. If you would like to join the party (with the possibility of a free lunch at re:Invent), please visit the AWS Week in Review on GitHub. Monday October 3 Mistwire.com kicked off a series of articles on studying […]

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IPv6 Support Update – CloudFront, WAF, and S3 Transfer Acceleration

As a follow-up to our recent announcement of IPv6 support for Amazon S3, I am happy to be able to tell you that IPv6 support is now available for , Amazon S3 Transfer Acceleration, and and that all 60+ CloudFront edge locations now support IPv6. We are enabling IPv6 in a phased rollout that starts […]

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Running Express Applications on AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway

Express is a web framework for Node.js . It simplifies the development of “serverless” web sites, web applications, and APIs. In a serverless environment, most or all of the backend logic is run on-demand in a stateless fashion (see Mike Roberts’ article on Serverless Architectures for a more detailed introduction). , when used in conjunction […]

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AWS Week in Review – September 27, 2016

Fourteen (14) external and internal contributors worked together to create this edition of the AWS Week in Review. If you would like to join the party (with the possibility of a free lunch at re:Invent), please visit the AWS Week in Review on GitHub. Monday September 26 The released an episode interviewing Abby Fuller from […]

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EC2 Reserved Instance Update – Convertible RIs and Regional Benefit

We launched EC2 Reserved Instances almost eight years ago. The model that we originated in 2009 provides you with two separate benefits: capacity reservations and a significant discount on the use of specific instances in an Availability Zone. Over time, based on customer feedback, we have refined the model and made additional options available including […]

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