AWS News Blog

Create Write-Once-Read-Many Archive Storage with Amazon Glacier

Many AWS customers use for long-term storage of their mission-critical data. They benefit from Glacier’s durability and low cost, along with the ease with which they can integrate it in to their existing backup and archiving regimen. To use Glacier, you create vaults and populate them with archives. In certain industries, long-term records retention is […]

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AWS Week in Review – June 29, 2015

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, June 29 We launched AWS Budgets and Forecasts. We announced that AWS Lambda is Now Available in the Asia Pacific (Tokyo) Region. A post on the Domain Tech Blog talked about Moving an Enterprise Windows Workload into Amazon Cloud. Alex Santos wrote […]

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In the Works – AWS Region in India

We seem to have AWS customers in just about every corner of the world (190 countries at last count). We have offices in many countries, localized content on the AWS web site, and a broad array of certifications and accreditations to give those customers the assurances that they can run many different types of workloads […]

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New – AWS Budgets and Forecasts

The dynamic, pay-as-you-go nature of the AWS Cloud gives you the opportunity to build systems that respond gracefully to changes in load while paying only for the compute, storage, network, database, and other resources that you actually consume. Over the last couple of years, as our customer base has become increasingly sophisticated and cloud-aware, we […]

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AWS Week in Review – June 22, 2015

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, June 22 We announced Tagging for Amazon Glacier Vaults. We announced a New Version of the AWS SDK for Python (Boto3). We announced that the AWS Storage Gateway Now Supports Dell NetVault Backup 10.0 with Gateway-VTL. The talked about the SDK’s RegisterProfile […]

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