AWS News Blog

AWS Week in Review – January 12, 2015

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, January 12 We released version 0.0.18 of cfncluster; see the CHANGELOG for more information and be sure to read the new cfncluster documentation. Lambdaws cloudifies any JavaScript function for use with . a post on the discussed DynamoDB Provisioning – Simple, Flexible, […]

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New – Auto Recovery for Amazon EC2

An important rule when building a highly available and highly reliable system is to design for failure. In other words, your design model should assume that, as Amazon CTO Werner Vogels has said, “everything fails all the time.” Fortunately, modern data centers, networks, and servers are highly reliable, and failures are the exception rather than […]

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AWS Week in Review – January 5, 2015

Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, January 5 We announced that you can now Import AWS Data Pipeline Definitions in the AWS Management Console. We announced the availability of EC2 Spot Instance Termination Notices. We made an AWS GovCloud (US) Update – Glacier, VM Import, CloudTrail, and More. […]

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Data Encryption Made Easier – New Encryption Options for Amazon RDS

Encryption of stored data (often referred to as “data at rest”) is an important part of any data protection plan. Today we are making it easier for you to encrypt data at rest in database instances running MySQL, PostgreSQL, and Oracle Database. Before today’s release you had the following options for encryption of data at […]

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ClassicLink – Private Communication Between Classic EC2 Instances & VPC Resources

lets you create and run a logically isolated section of the . Running within a VPC combines the benefits of the cloud with the flexibility of a network topology designed to fit the unique needs of your in-house IT department. For example: Isolation – You can create a network and exercise fine-grained control over internal […]

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New – Cross-Account Access in the AWS Management Console

Many AWS customers use separate AWS accounts (usually in conjunction with Consolidated Billing) for their development and production resources. This separation allows them to cleanly separate different types of resources and can also provide some security benefits. Today we are making it easier for you to work productively within a multi-account (or multi-role) AWS environment […]

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New SQS Client Library for Java Messaging Service (JMS)

The Java Message Service (JMS) allows a pair of cooperating Java applications to create, send, receive, and read messages. The loosely coupled nature of JMS allows one part of the application to operate asynchronously with respect to the other. Until now, you needed to stand up, maintain, and scale a multi-instance (for high availability) JMS […]

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