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  • by Jeff Barr
    You can use Amazon FSx for Windows File Server to create file systems that can be accessed from a wide variety of sources and that use your existing Active Directory environment to authenticate users. Last year we added a ton of features including Self-Managed Directories, Native Multi-AZ File Systems, Support for SQL Server, Fine-Grained File […]
  • by Jeff Barr
    The COVID-19 Global Hackathon is an opportunity for builders to create software solutions that drive social impact with the aim of tackling some of the challenges related to the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We’re encouraging YOU – builders around the world – to #BuildforCOVID19 using technologies of your choice across a range of suggested themes […]
  • by Jeff Barr
    Just a few weeks and so much has changed. Old ways of living, working, meeting, greeting, and communicating are gone for a while. Friendly handshakes and warm hugs are not healthy or socially acceptable at the moment. My colleagues and I are aware that many people are dealing with changes in their work, school, and […]
  • by Julien Simon
    In-memory data stores are widely used for application scalability, and developers have long appreciated their benefits for storing frequently accessed data, whether volatile or persistent. Systems like Redis help decouple databases and backends from incoming traffic, shedding most of the traffic that would had otherwise reached them, and reducing application latency for users. Obviously, managing […]
  • by Jimmy Cooper
    Join us for live, online presentations led by AWS solutions architects and engineers. AWS Online Tech Talks cover a range of topics and expertise levels, and feature technical deep dives, demonstrations, customer examples, and live Q&A with AWS experts. Note – All sessions are free and in Pacific Time. Can’t join us live? Access webinar […]
  • by Sébastien Stormacq
    At AWS, we take pride in building state of the art virtualization technologies to simplify the management and access to cloud services such as networks, computing resources or object storage. In a Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS), a view is virtualization applied to tables : it is a virtual table representing the result of a […]
  • by Jeff Barr
    It is safe to say that our industry has decided that containers are now the chosen way to package and scale applications. Our customers are making great use of Amazon ECS and Amazon EKS, with over 80% of all cloud-based containers running on AWS. Container-based environments lend themselves to easy scale-out, and customers can run […]
  • by Brandon West
    Have you tried out AWS Amplify and AWS Amplify Console yet? In my opinion, they provide one of the fastest ways to get a new web application from idea to prototype on AWS. So what are they? AWS Amplify is an opinionated framework for building modern applications, with a toolchain for easily adding services like […]
  • by Jeff Barr
    Last week I spoke to executives from a large AWS customer and had an opportunity to share aspects of the Amazon culture with them. I was able to talk to them about our Leadership Principles and our Working Backwards model. They asked, as customers often do, about where we see the industry in the next […]
  • by Ross Barich
    The AWS Heroes program recognizes and honors individuals who are prominent leaders in local communities, known for sharing AWS knowledge and facilitating peer-to-peer learning in a variety of ways. The AWS Heroes program grows just as the enthusiasm for all things AWS grows in communities around the world, and there are now AWS Heroes in […]