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Tag: Announcements

New – AWS GovCloud (US) Region – ITAR Compliant

A New RegionOur new AWS GovCloud (US) Region was designed to meet the unique regulatory requirements of the United States Government. The US federal government, state and local governments, and the contractors who support their mission now have access to secure, flexible, and cost-effective AWS services running in an environment that complies with US Government […]

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Updated AWS Security White Paper; New Risk and Compliance White Paper

We have updated the AWS Security White Paper and we’ve created a new Risk and Compliance White Paper.  Both are available now. The AWS Security White Paper describes our physical and operational security principles and practices. It includes a description of the shared responsibility model, a summary of our control environment, a review of secure […]

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AWS Training Now Available

We have just announced our first set of AWS training classes. Each session will be held in Seattle and will run for four full days. The classes are designed for developers with experience building Java applications and there will be coding exercises in class. Attendance is limited to 20 students per session and attendees are […]

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Announcing AWS $NAME

As I’ve blogged about in the past, we love to listen to our customers, and what we hear from them has a direct and very visible influence on our development process. I can literally watch as the information flows from customer meetings to trip reports to press releases (we write those first, before we build […]

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Binpress Programming Contest

Amazon Web Services has teamed up with Binpress, a marketplace where developers buy and sell source code from one another, to sponsor a developer contest for the most useful source-code packages. The line-up for prizes is enticing a mix of cash and other awards with a total value of $40,000. AWS is offering $3,500 in […]

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Amazon Route 53 – The AWS Domain Name Service

In 1995 I registered my first domain name and put it online. Back then, registration was expensive and complex. Before you could even register a domain you had to convince at least two of your friends to host the Domain Name Service (DNS) records for it. These days, domain registration is inexpensive and simple. DNS […]

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AWS Start-Up Challenge 2010 Finalists

Here are the finalists for this year’s AWS Start-Up Challenge. They have been invited to Silicon Valley for the finale on December 8th where they will compete for the grand prize of $50,000 in cash, $50,000 in AWS credits, and additional goodies such as a year of AWS Premium Support at no charge and some […]

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AWS Customer Satisfaction Survey for 2010

As you may know, Amazon.com strives to be Earth’s most customer-centric company. As I’ve said (again and again and again) customer feedback is really important to us and we do everything possible to gather it. Could I ask you to take 10-15 minutes to fill out the AWS Customer Satisfaction Survey? It will help us […]

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