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Amazon ElastiCache – Now With Auto Discovery

Amazon ElastiCache gives you the power to improve application performance by adding a flexible, scalable caching layer between your application and your database. Today we are happy to announce a new feature that will make ElastiCache even easier to use. Our new Auto Discovery feature will allow your applications to automatically and transparently adapt to […]

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RDS & ElastiCache Updates – New Instance Types and Price Reductions

I’ve got good news for users of the Amazon Relational Database Service and ElastiCache. We’re reducing prices and adding more instance types. RDS Price ReductionWe’ve reduced prices on RDS Database Instances by 8% to 14% in the US East (Northern Virginia) and US West (Oregon) Regions. Here are sample prices for standard deployment (single Availability […]

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Caching in the Cloud with Amazon ElastiCache

Today’s guest post comes to you from Omer Zaki, a Senior Product Manager on our Data Services team. Omer’s post talks about how our customers have put Amazon ElastiCache to use in a wide variety of applications and environments. — Jeff; We launched Amazon ElastiCache last year to make it easy to deploy, operate and […]

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Reserved Cache Nodes for Amazon ElastiCache

Amazon ElastiCache makes it easy for you to deploy, scale, and run a cloud-based in-memory cache that is protocol-compliant with Memcached. ElastiCache improves the performance of web applications and reduces the load on your databases by retrieving data from a fast, managed, Memcached-compatible, in-memory caching system, instead of relying entirely on disk-based storage. It can […]

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AWS ElastiCache – Now Available in Two More Regions

Today’s guest blogger Rahul Pathak, a Senior Product Manager on the AWS Database Team. Rahul has some news to share. — Jeff; Amazon ElastiCache is now available in two additional Regions: US West (Oregon) and South America (Sao Paulo). Caching systems perform best when they are right next to your application servers, so were excited […]

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