AWS News Blog

Now available: Batch Recommendations in Amazon Personalize

Today, we’re very happy to announce that Amazon Personalize now supports batch recommendations. Launched at AWS re:Invent 2018, Personalize is a fully-managed service that allows you to create private, customized recommendations for your applications, with little to no machine learning experience required. With Personalize, you provide the unique signals in your activity data (page views, […]

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New – Insert, Update, Delete Data on S3 with Amazon EMR and Apache Hudi

Storing your data in Amazon S3 provides lots of benefits in terms of scale, reliability, and cost effectiveness. On top of that, you can leverage Amazon EMR to process and analyze your data using open source tools like Apache Spark, Hive, and Presto. As powerful as these tools are, it can still be challenging to deal with use cases where […]

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New Automation Features In AWS Systems Manager

Today we are announcing additional automation features inside of AWS Systems Manager. If you haven’t used Systems Manager yet, it’s a service that provides a unified user interface so you can view operational data from multiple AWS services and allows you to automate operational tasks across your AWS resources. With this new release, it just […]

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AWS Data Exchange – Find, Subscribe To, and Use Data Products

We live in a data-intensive, data-driven world! Organizations of all types collect, store, process, analyze data and use it to inform and improve their decision-making processes. The AWS Cloud is well-suited to all of these activities; it offers vast amounts of storage, access to any conceivable amount of compute power, and many different types of […]

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New – Import Existing Resources into a CloudFormation Stack

With AWS CloudFormation, you can model your entire infrastructure with text files. In this way, you can treat your infrastructure as code and apply software development best practices, such as putting it under version control, or reviewing architectural changes with your team before deployment. Sometimes AWS resources initially created using the console or the AWS Command […]

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15 Years of AWS Blogging!

I wrote the first post (Welcome) to this blog exactly 15 years ago today. It is safe to say that I never thought that writing those introductory sentences would lead my career in such a new and ever -challenging dimension. This seems like as good of a time as any to document and share the […]

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Cross-Account Cross-Region Dashboards with Amazon CloudWatch

Best practices for AWS cloud deployments include the use of multiple accounts and/or multiple regions. Multiple accounts provide a security and billing boundary that isolates resources and reduces the impact of issues. Multiple regions ensures a high degree of isolation, low latency for end users, and data resiliency of applications. These best practices can come […]

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