AWS News Blog

First AWS Certification Study Guide Now Available

My colleague Joe Baron wrote the guest post below to introduce you to a book that he and his colleagues have put together! Are you studying for the AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate exam? The new AWS Certified Solutions Architect Official Study Guide: Associate Exam has just been published by John Wiley & Sons, […]

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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 Developer Tool Recap – Recent Enhancements to CodeCommit, CodePipeline, and CodeDeploy

The AWS Developer Tools help you to put modern DevOps practices to work! Here’s a quick overview (read New AWS Tools for Code Management and Deployment for an in-depth look): is a fully-managed source code control service. You can use it to host secure and highly scalable private Git repositories while continuing to use your […]

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Run Windows Server 2016 on Amazon EC2

You can now run Windows Server 2016 on . This version of Windows Server is packed with new features including support for Docker and Windows containers.  We are making it available in all AWS regions today, in four distinct forms: Windows Server 2016 Datacenter with Desktop Experience – The mainstream version of Windows Server, designed […]

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Amazon Aurora Update – Call Lambda Functions From Stored Procedures; Load Data From S3

Many AWS services work just fine by themselves, but even better together! This important aspect of our model allows you to select a single service, learn about it, get some experience with it, and then extend your span to other related services over time. On the other hand, opportunities to make the services work together […]

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AWS Week in Review – October 10, 2016

Twenty four (24) external and internal contributors worked together to create this edition of the AWS Week in Review. If you would like to join the party please visit the AWS Week in Review on GitHub. I am also about to open up some discussion on a simplified and streamlined submission process. Monday October 10 […]

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Now Open – AWS US East (Ohio) Region

As part of our ongoing plan to expand the AWS footprint, I am happy to announce that our new Region is now available. In conjunction with the existing Region, AWS customers in the Eastern part of the United States have fast, low-latency access to the suite of AWS infrastructure services. The Details The new Ohio […]

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In the Works – VMware Cloud on AWS

The long-standing trend toward on-premises virtualization has helped many enterprises to increase operational efficiency and to wring out as much value from their data center as possible. Along the way, they have built up a substantial repertoire of architectural skills and operational experience, but now find that they are struggling to match public cloud economics […]

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