AWS Developer Blog

Category: Java

Amazon S3 Client-side Crypto Meta Information

Are you curious about how the Amazon S3 Encryption Java client makes use of meta information to support client-side encryption?  Have you ever wondered how you can write code in other languages that can encrypt/decrypt S3 objects in a format that is compatible with the AWS SDK for Java, or an AWS SDK for another […]

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Create, Update, and Delete Global Secondary Indexes Using the Amazon DynamoDB Document API

Amazon DynamoDB recently announced a new feature, online indexing that helps you create and modify global secondary indexes (GSI) after table creation. You can also delete a global secondary index associated with a table at any time. This blog post shows how easy it is to use the Amazon DynamoDB Document API of AWS SDK […]

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Amazon S3 Client-side Key Migration to AWS Key Management Service

In an earlier blog, Taming client-side key rotation with the Amazon S3 encryption client, we introduced the putInstructionFile API that makes Amazon S3 client-side key rotation easy. In the long run, however, wouldn’t it be nice if you could eliminate the administrative overhead of managing your client-side master keys, and instead have them fully managed […]

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AWS Toolkit for Eclipse Integration with AWS CodeDeploy (Part 3)

In this part of the series, we will show you how easy it is to run deployment commands on your EC2 fleet with the help of the AWS CodeDeploy plugin for Eclipse. Create AppSpec Template First, let’s create a shell script that executes the command we need to run on our instances: /home/hanshuo/stop-httpd-server-appspec/template/stop-httpd.sh #!/bin/bash service […]

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AWS Toolkit for Eclipse Integration with AWS CodeDeploy (Part 1)

We are excited to announce that the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse now includes integration with AWS CodeDeploy and AWS OpsWorks. In addition to the support of AWS Elastic Beanstalk deployment, these two new plugins provide more options for Java developers to deploy their web application to AWS directly from their Eclipse development environment. In this […]

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AWS Resource APIs for SNS and SQS

Last week we released version 0.0.3 of the AWS Resource APIs for Java, adding support for the Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) and Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS). SNS and SQS are similar services that together provide a fully-managed cloud messaging platform. These services expose two powerful primitives — Topics and Queues — which let […]

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AWS re:Invent 2014 Recap

I’m almost done getting readjusted to regular life after AWS re:Invent! It was really awesome to meet so many developers building cool stuff on AWS, and to talk about how we can make your lives easier with great SDKs and tools. If you didn’t make it to re:Invent this year, or if you opted for a […]

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Amazon S3 Encryption with AWS Key Management Service

With version 1.9.5 of the AWS SDK for Java, we are excited to announce the full support of S3 object encryption using AWS Key Management Service (KMS). Why KMS, you may ask? In a nutshell, AWS Key Management Service provides many security and administrative benefits, including centralized key management, better security in protecting your master […]

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