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Amazon CloudFront – Cookie Support and More

I sat down with the Amazon CloudFront team last month and they told me about three important new features that will allow you to build applications that are better and faster, with the potential to save you some money as well: cookie support, price classes, and enhanced logging. Let’s take a look at each one […]

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NASA and AWS – Curiosity has Landed!

If you are like me, you spent this past Sunday afternoon looking forward to the landing of the Curiosity rover on Mars. I was able to wrest the remote control away from my family and change to NASA TV in time to watch through the aptly named “seven minutes of terror” as Curiosity performed an […]

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AWS CloudFormation Supports Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon CloudFront Dynamic Content

Today, AWS CloudFormation is adding support for Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon CloudFront dynamic content. You can now describe related AWS resources such as EC2 instances, Amazon DynamoDB tables, and Amazon CloudFront distributions using CloudFormation templates. These templates can fully encapsulate the resources needed to run your application on AWS and can be version controlled alongside […]

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Amazon CloudFront – More PoPs and More Growth

I spent some time chatting with the Amazon CloudFront team to make sure that I knew what was going on. Here’s an update: More PoPs and More GrowthAmazon CloudFront now has 32 global PoPs (Points of Presence) with the addition of second PoPs in Dallas and Paris (5/29).  The team has been quietly adding second […]

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Amazon CloudFront – Support for Dynamic Content

IntroductionAmazon CloudFront‘s network of edge locations (currently 30, with more in the works) gives you the ability to distribute static and streaming content to your users at high speed with low latency. Today we are introducing a set of features that, taken together, allow you to use CloudFront to serve dynamic, personalized content more quickly. […]

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Guest Post: Geo-Blocking Content With Amazon CloudFront

Today’s guest blogger is Nihar Bihani, a Product Manager on the Amazon CloudFront team. — Jeff; After we launched Amazon CloudFront in November 2008, customers began asking for a way to block access to their content being delivered. We heard a variety of reasons why customers wanted to have detailed control over who is able […]

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