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Access Private applications on AWS Fargate using Amazon API Gateway PrivateLink

This post is contributed by Mani Chandrasekaran | Solutions Architect, AWS   Customers would like to run container-based applications in a private subnet inside a virtual private cloud (VPC), where there is no direct connectivity from the outside world to these applications. This is a very secure way of running applications which do not want to […]

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Learning AWS App Mesh

This post is contributed by Geremy Cohen | Solutions Architect, Strategic Accounts, AWS At re:Invent 2018, AWS announced AWS App Mesh, a service mesh that provides application-level networking. App Mesh makes it easy for your services to communicate with each other across multiple types of compute infrastructure, including: Amazon EKS Amazon ECS Kubernetes on Amazon EC2 […]

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Securing credentials using AWS Secrets Manager with AWS Fargate

This post is contributed by Massimo Re Ferre – Principal Developer Advocate, AWS Container Services. Cloud security at AWS is the highest priority and the work that the Containers team is doing is a testament to that. A month ago, the team introduced an integration between AWS Secrets Manager and AWS Systems Manager Parameter Store with AWS Fargate […]

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Improving and securing your game-binaries distribution at scale

This post is contributed by Yahav Biran | Sr. Solutions Architect, AWS and Scott Selinger | Associate Solutions Architect, AWS  One of the challenges that game publishers face when employing CI/CD processes is the distribution of updated game binaries in a scalable, secure, and cost-effective way. Continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) processes enable game publishers […]

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Updated timeframe for the upcoming AWS Lambda and AWS Lambda@Edge execution environment update

On May 14th we announced an upcoming update to the AWS Lambda and AWS Lambda@Edge execution environments. In that announcement we shared that we are updating the execution environment to a more recent version of Amazon Linux. This newer execution environment brings updates that offer improvements in capabilities, performance, security, and updated packages that your […]

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Updates to Amazon EKS Version Lifecycle

Contributed by Nathan Taber and Michael Hausenblas At re:Invent 2017 we introduced the Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes, or Amazon EKS for short. We consider these tenets as valid today as they were at launch: EKS is a platform to run production-grade workloads. This means that security and reliability are our first priority. After that we […]

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ICYMI: Serverless Q1 2019

Welcome to the fifth edition of the AWS Serverless ICYMI (in case you missed it) quarterly recap. Every quarter, we share all of the most recent product launches, feature enhancements, blog posts, webinars, Twitch live streams, and other interesting things that you might have missed! If you didn’t see them, check our previous posts for what […]

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Upcoming updates to the AWS Lambda and AWS Lambda@Edge execution environment

NOTE: On May 23 we announced an update to the timeframe seen below. AWS Lambda was first announced at AWS re:Invent 2014. Amazon CTO Werner Vogels highlighted the aspect of needing to run no servers, no instances, nothing, you just write your code. In 2016, we announced the launch of Lambda@Edge, which lets you run […]

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Creating an AWS Batch environment for mixed CPU and GPU genomics workflows

This post is courtesy of Lee Pang – AWS Technical Business Development  I recently worked with a customer who needed to process a bunch of raw sequence files (FastQs) into Hi-C format (*.hic), which is used for the structural analysis of DNA/chromatin loops and sequence accessibility. The tooling they were interested in using was the Juicer […]

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Running the most reliable choice for Windows workloads: Windows on AWS

Some of you may not know, but AWS began supporting Microsoft Windows workloads on AWS in 2008—over 11 years ago. Year over year, we have released exciting new services and enhancements based on feedback from customers like you. AWS License Manager and Amazon CloudWatch Application Insights for .NET and SQL Server are just some of […]

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