AWS News Blog

AWS Webinars for February & Early March 2016

Last month I challenged you to learn something new in 2016 and offered up our January webinar series as a starting point. We’ve put together another strong lineup for February and I’d like to share it with you now. As always, the webinars are free but space is limited and you should sign up ahead […]

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AWS Week in Review – February 8, 2016

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday February 8 We announced that Amazon Redshift Now Supports Appending Rows to Tables and Exporting Query Results to BZIP2-compressed Files. The advised you to Accelerate Your Cloud Strategy with Partners. Spotinst announced that Spotinst Elastigroup Now Integrates with AWS CodeDeploy. Cloud Academy […]

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Resources for Migrating Parse Applications to AWS

In light of the recent announcement that Parse will be winding down, the AWS team has been working to provide developers with some migration paths and some alternative services, as have members of the AWS community. Here’s what I know about: A new post on the shows you how to Migrate From Parse Push to […]

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Amazon Web Services to Acquire NICE

I would like to extend a warm welcome to our new colleagues at NICE. We have signed an agreement to acquire this leading provider of software and services for high performance and technical computing. Products for HPC From their headquarters in Asti, Italy, NICE delivers products and solutions to customers all over the world. These […]

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Lumberyard + Amazon GameLift + Twitch for Games on AWS

Building world-class games is a very difficult, time-consuming, and expensive process. The audience is incredibly demanding. They want engaging, social play that spans a wide variety of desktop, console, and mobile platforms. Due to the long lead time inherent in the game development and distribution process, the success or failure of the game can often […]

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