AWS News Blog

Infographic – Top 5 Findings: Global Knowledge’s IT Skills and Salary Report

As we see more customers transition their business to the cloud, we are also seeing increased demand in the market for skilled IT professionals who are capable of designing, deploying, and operating applications and infrastructure on AWS. IT certifications are considered a gold standard for validating technical proficiency and one’s ability to perform on the […]

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AWS Hot Startups – August 2016

Back with her second guest post, Tina Barr talks about four more hot startups! This month we are featuring four hot AWS-powered startups: Craftsvilla – Offering a platform to purchase ethnic goods. SendBird – Helping developers build 1-on-1 messaging and group chat quickly. Teletext.io – A solution for content management, without the system. Wavefront – […]

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AWS Week in Review – August 22, 2016

Here’s the first community-driven edition of the AWS Week in Review. In response to last week’s blog post (AWS Week in Review – Coming Back With Your Help!), 9 other contributors helped to make this post a reality. That’s a great start; let’s see if we can go for 20 this week. Monday August 22 […]

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Improvements to CloudWatch Logs & Dashboards

helps you to see, diagnose, react to, and resolve issues that arise in your AWS infrastructure and in the applications that you run on AWS. Today, I would like to talk about several usability and functionality improvements to CloudWatch Logs (Store and Monitor OS & Application Log Files with Amazon CloudWatch) and to CloudWatch Dashboards […]

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New – Upload AWS Cost & Usage Reports to Redshift and QuickSight

Many AWS customers have been asking us for a way to programmatically analyze their Cost and Usage Reports (read New – AWS Cost and Usage Reports for Comprehensive and Customizable Reporting for more info). These customers are often using AWS to run multiple lines of business, making use of a wide variety of services, often […]

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AWS Week in Review – Coming Back With Your Help!

Back in 2012 I realized that something interesting happened in AWS-land just about every day. In contrast to the periodic bursts of activity that were the norm back in the days of shrink-wrapped software, the cloud became a place where steady, continuous development took place. In order to share all of this activity with my […]

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AWS Webinars – August, 2016

Everyone on the AWS team understands the value of educating our customers on the best ways to use our services. We work hard to create documentation, training materials, and blog posts for you! We run live events such as our Global AWS Summits and where the focus is on education. Last but not least, we […]

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