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AWS SDK for Ruby v1.30.0

by Loren Segal | on | in Ruby* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Yesterday afternoon, we released a new version of the AWS SDK for Ruby (aws-sdk RubyGem) version v1.30.0. This release: Adds support for Amazon Kinesis (AWS::Kinesis::Client). Updates AWS::EMR::Client to include resource tagging and other new operations. Updates AWS::OpsWorks::Client to support resource-based permissions. Updates AWS::ElasticBeanstalk::Client to support worker roles. Updates AWS::DynamoDB::Client to support global secondary indexes. You […]

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AWS SDK ZF2 Module 1.2.0

by Jeremy Lindblom | on | in PHP | Permalink | Comments |  Share

We would like to announce the availability of version 1.2.0 of the AWS SDK ZF2 Module. This version includes the ability to create protocol-relative URLs with the S3 and CloudFront link view helpers.

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Release: AWS SDK for PHP – Version 2.4.12

by Michael Dowling | on | in PHP | Permalink | Comments |  Share

We would like to announce the release of version 2.4.12 of the AWS SDK for PHP. This release adds support for Amazon Kinesis, adds global secondary indexes support to the Amazon DynamoDB client, and provides several other client updates and fixes. Install the Latest SDK Composer/Packagist Download Phar Download Zip PEAR Channel GitHub

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Metric Configuration in AWS SDK for Java

by Hanson Char | on | in Java* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

As we mentioned in an earlier blog, you can now enable the automatic generation of performance metrics when using the AWS SDK for Java, and have them automatically uploaded to Amazon CloudWatch for monitoring purposes. Sometimes, however, you may want to generate more fine-grained metrics, such as per-host and per-JVM metrics, that are not enabled […]

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Creating Amazon DynamoDB Tables with PowerShell

by Steve Roberts | on | in .NET* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Version 2.0 of the AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell contains new cmdlets that allow you to manage tables in Amazon DynamoDB. The cmdlets all share the same noun prefix, DDB, and can be discovered using Get-Command: PS C:> Get-Command -Module AWSPowerShell -Noun DDB* CommandType Name ModuleName ———– —- ———- Cmdlet Add-DDBIndexSchema AWSPowerShell Cmdlet Add-DDBKeySchema AWSPowerShell […]

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Using IAM Users (Access Key Management for .NET Applications – Part 2)

by Milind Gokarn | on | in .NET* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

In the previous post about access key management, we covered the different methods to provide AWS access keys to your .NET applications. We also talked about a few best practices, one of which is to use IAM users to access AWS instead of the root access keys of your AWS account. In this post, we’ll […]

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Configuring DynamoDB Tables for Development and Production

by Norm Johanson | on | in .NET* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

The Object Persistence Model API in the SDK uses annotated classes to tell the SDK which table to store objects in. For example, the DyanmoDBTable attribute on the Users class below tells the SDK to store instances of the Users class into the "Users" table. [DynamoDBTable("Users")] public class Users { [DynamoDBHashKey] public string Id { […]

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New, Simplified Method Forms in the AWS SDK for Java

by Jason Fulghum | on | in Java* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

We’re always looking for new ways to improve the tools our team builds, like the AWS SDK for Java and the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse. Sometimes those improvements come as brand new functionality, such as Amazon CloudWatch Metrics for the AWS SDK for Java, and sometimes they’re small tweaks to make the tools faster or […]

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Using AWS CloudTrail in PHP – Part 1

by Jeremy Lindblom | on | in PHP | Permalink | Comments |  Share

AWS CloudTrail is a new service that was announced at AWS re:Invent 2013. CloudTrail provides a history of AWS API calls for your account, delivered as log files to one of your Amazon S3 buckets. The AWS API call history includes API calls made via the AWS Management Console, AWS SDKs, command line interface, and […]

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Using SimpleCov with Multiple Test Suites

by Trevor Rowe | on | in Ruby* | Permalink | Comments |  Share

It can be helpful to generate coverage reports when testing software. While coverage reports do not guarantee well tested software, they can highlight were test coverage is lacking. This is especially true for legacy, or un-tested projects. Recently I ran into a situation where I wanted to generate a coverage report, but the project used […]

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