AWS News Blog

AWS Project Resilience – Up to $2K in AWS Credits to Support DR Preparation

We want to help state and local governments, community organizations, and educational institutions to better prepare for natural and man-made disasters that could affect their ability to run their mission-critical IT systems. Today we are launching AWS Project Resilience. This new element of our existing Disaster Response program offers up to $2,000 in AWS credits […]

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OpsCenter – A New Feature to Streamline IT Operations

The AWS teams are always listening to customers and trying to understand how they can improve services to make customers more productive. A new feature in AWS Systems Manager called OpsCenter exemplifies this approach by enabling customers to aggregate issues, events and alerts, across services. So customers can go to one place to view, investigate, and […]

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AWS Security Hub Now Generally Available

I’m a developer, or at least that’s what I tell myself while coming to terms with being a manager. I’m definitely not an infosec expert. I’ve been paged more than once in my career because something I wrote or configured caused a security concern. When systems enable frequent deploys and remove gatekeepers for experimentation, sometimes […]

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Now Available: New C5 instance sizes and bare metal instances

Amazon EC2 C5 instances are very popular for running compute-heavy workloads like batch processing, distributed analytics, high-performance computing, machine/deep learning inference, ad serving, highly scalable multiplayer gaming, and video encoding. Today, we are happy to expand the Amazon EC2 C5 family with: New larger virtualized instance sizes: 12xlarge and 24xlarge, A bare metal option. The […]

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