AWS News Blog

New – Tag Your Amazon Glacier Vaults

is a secure, durable, and extremely low-cost storage service for data archiving and online backup (see my post, Amazon Glacier: Archival Storage for One Penny Per GB Per Month for an introduction). Since we introduced Glacier in the summer of 2012, we have made it even more useful by adding lifecycle management, data retrieval policies […]

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AWS Week in Review – June 15, 2015

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, June 15 We announced that AWS Lambda can now Run Java Code in Response to Events. We announced Simplified Reserved Instance Options for Amazon RDS. We announced that you can now Send Push Notifications to Mac OS Desktops and VoIP apps on […]

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CloudFront Update – Configurable Max and Default TTL

makes it easy for you to distribute content to end users with low latency, high data transfer speeds, and no minimum usage commitments. In order to make content available with low latency, CloudFront caches objects at each of its 53 (as of this writing) edge locations. Today we are making an update to CloudFront that […]

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New APN Competency – Marketing and Commerce

The allows partners to differentiate themselves and to share their expertise in particular market segments and topical areas by qualifying for one or more APN Competencies. To date we have recognized partners that have relevant experience and special expertise in the following areas: Big Data Storage Life Sciences Healthcare Digital Media Microsoft SAP Oracle Marketing […]

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New T2.Large Instances

We launched the T2 instances last summer (see my post, New Low Cost EC2 Instances with Burstable Performance for more information). These instances give you a generous amount of baseline capacity and the ability to automatically and transparently scale up to full-core processing power on an as-needed basis. The bursting model is based on “CPU […]

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Now Available – SQL Server Enterprise Edition AMI for EC2

You can now launch SQL Server Enterprise Edition on using a new, pre-configured AMI (Amazon Machine Image). This edition of SQL Server offers some new and unique features including: High Availability – You can configure a primary database and up to four active, readable secondary databases into an Always-On availability group. Self-Service Business Intelligence – […]

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