AWS Startups Blog
How to Secure Your Instances with Multi-factor Authentication
An AWS Solutions Architect walks through implementing an additional layer of authentication security for your EC2 instances by requiring two-factor authentication for administrators to use SSH to connect.
Engineers from Buzzfeed, Sprinklr and General Assembly Speak at AWS’s New York Summit
In addition to announcing a slew of new products at this year’s Summit New York in New York, AWS invited over a dozen up-and-coming startups to speak during our Startup Lightning Talks program. Participants included everyone from Buzzfeed to General Assembly to shopping site Spring. You can watch the full lineup of speakers below: Buzzfeed Software engineer Justin […]
Why GoPro is Migrating Their Online Video Hosting Services to Amazon ECS
To put that in context, Zaven Boni, a DevOps Manager for GoPro, recently explained to a room full of entrepreneurs at the AWS Startup Loft in San Francisco that GoPro Plus—the name of their online video hosting service—processes hundreds of thousands of API requests per minute; at peak times, it can even top half a million per minute.
Bringing Art to Amazon Alexa on AWS Lambda
At a recent Artsy board meeting an investor asked, “You’ve shipped a tremendous amount of software in 2016 with a very small team. How did you do that?” Here’s what they did.
Optimizing Your Costs for AWS Services: Part I
Since its inception in 2006, AWS has been committed to providing small businesses and developers the same world-class infrastructure and set of tools and services that amazon.com itself uses to handle its massive-scale retail operations. In part one of this series on costs, we highlight how you can optimize your budget by using AWS in highly cost-effective ways.
Triggering Lambda Functions via Text Messages
Post by Sunil Mallya, Solutions Architect, AWS Time is the most critical component in the startup equation. Startups should maximize their time with customers and focus on building a better product, not spending their time managing infrastructure and servers. Amazon continues to build services that abstract complex components and focus on making it easy to […]
Building a Serverless Dynamic DNS System with AWS
Modern workers are mobile and connected, and they expect to have access to the tools they need from anywhere. When people need to access…
Scaling on AWS Part III: >500K Users
This post is part 3 of a blog series that shows you how to iteratively evolve a basic AWS architecture into one that supports millions of…
What Startups Should Know about Amazon VPC: Part 2
This is the second post in a two-part series about creating VPCs with Amazon VPC. In the first post, we cover what a VPC is and what its core components are. In this post, we discuss the considerations for designing and creating your VPC.
What Startups Should Know about Amazon VPC : Part 1
Introducing Amazon VPC and its components.