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Scripting your EC2 Windows fleet using Windows PowerShell and Windows Remote Management

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

Today we have a guest post by one of our AWS Solutions Architects, James Saull, discussing how to take advantage of Windows PowerShell and Windows Remote Management (WinRM) to script your Windows fleet. One of the advantages of using AWS is on-demand access to an elastic fleet of machines—continuously adjusting in response to demand and […]

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Release 2.0.0.3 of the AWS SDK V2.0 for .NET

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

We have just released a new version of the AWS SDK V2.0 for .NET. You can download version 2.0.0.3 of the SDK here. This release adds support for Amazon SNS mobile push notifications and fixes an issue with uploading large objects to Amazon S3 using the .NET 4.5 Framework version of the SDK. Please let […]

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Using Amazon CloudFront with ASP.NET Apps

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

Today, I’m going to talk about using Amazon CloudFront to boost the performance of ASP.NET web apps that are deployed to Amazon Web Services. CloudFront is a content delivery service that can cache content in edge locations across the world to give users low-latency access to static content and relieve some of the pressure from […]

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Web Identity Federation using the AWS SDK for .NET

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

Today’s post is about web identity federation. AWS Security Token Service (STS) has introduced this new feature, which allows customers to give constrained, time-limited access of their AWS resources to users who identify themselves via popular third-party identity providers (IdPs). AWS currently supports Amazon, Facebook, and Google as IdPs whose tokens can be used to […]

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AWS SDK for .NET Version 2.0 Preview

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

Today, we are excited to announce a preview of our upcoming version 2 of the AWS SDK for .NET, which you can download here. One of the most exciting new features of version 2 is the ability to have Windows Store and Windows Phone 8 Apps use our SDK. Like other SDKs for these new […]

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AWS.Extensions renaming

by Pavel Safronov | on | in .NET | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Earlier this week, you may have noticed that the assembly AWS.Extensions—which contained DynamoDBSessionStateStore—has been renamed to AWS.SessionProvider. Our original intent with AWS.Extensions was to create a place for SDK extensions, which aren’t strictly part of the AWS SDK for .NET. We have since developed another extension, DynamoDBTraceListener, a TraceListener that allows the logging of trace […]

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DynamoDBTraceListener

by Pavel Safronov | on | in .NET | Permalink | Comments |  Share

We recently introduced the DynamoDBTraceListener, a System.Diagnostics TraceListener that can be used to log events straight to Amazon DynamoDB. In this post, we show how simple it is to configure the listener and how to customize the data that is being logged. Configuration You can configure the listener either through code or by using a […]

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Customizing Windows Elastic Beanstalk Environments – Part 2

by Jim Flanagan | on | in .NET | Permalink | Comments |  Share

In the previous post in this series, we introduced the .ebextensions/*config file, and showed how you can use it to install packages, download files, run commands, and start services. In this post, we’re going to dig a little bit into managing settings through this mechanism. Writing configuration files A common way to configure software systems […]

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Customizing Windows Elastic Beanstalk Environments – Part 1

by Jim Flanagan | on | in .NET | Permalink | Comments |  Share

AWS Elastic Beanstalk recently announced support for customizing Windows environments with configuration files. Before this, the only way to customize a .NET container was to create a custom AMI in each region you wanted to run your application in. Adding a configuration file to your application allows you to install packages write files in locations […]

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Output Pagination with AWS Tools for PowerShell

by Pavel Safronov | on | in .NET | Permalink | Comments |  Share

Amongst the changes to the cmdlets in version 1.1 of the AWS Tools for Windows PowerShell are added support for both automatic and manual pagination of the output from services to the pipeline. Most of the time, you’ll probably want to use automatic paging to get all the data from a cmdlet, but on occasion […]

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