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Tag: Amazon CloudWatch

New – CloudWatch Metrics for Amazon WorkSpaces

AWS customers are deploying Amazon WorkSpaces at scale in medium and large organizations. For example, health care company Johnson & Johnson is using WorkSpaces to realize the long-promised security and efficacy benefits of virtual desktops, in a world populated by a diverse workforce that would like to use their own computing devices if possible (also […]

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VPC Flow Logs – Log and View Network Traffic Flows

Many organizations collect, store, and analyze network flow logs. They use this information to troubleshoot connectivity and security issues, and to make sure that network access rules are working as expected. Up until now, AWS customers collected this data by installing agents on their Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances. Doing so imposed some overhead […]

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Route 53 Update – Tagging, CloudTrail, One-Click Alarms, Visible Health Check Status

Amazon Route 53 is a highly available and scalable Domain Name Service (DNS) web service. In a nutshell, it translates symbolic names such as aws.amazon.com into numerical IP addresses like 176.32.100.36. Today we are making Route 53 even more useful with the addition of four new features: Tagging of domains and hosted zones. API logging […]

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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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