What’s New – AWS RSS

  • by Sébastien Stormacq
    Since we launched AWS Backup last year, over 20,000 AWS customers are protecting petabytes of data every day. AWS Backup is a fully managed, centralized backup service simplifying the management of your backups for your Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) volumes, your databases (Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) or Amazon DynamoDB), AWS Storage Gateway and […]
  • by Danilo Poccia
    When building or migrating applications, we often need to share data across multiple compute nodes. Many applications use file APIs and Amazon Elastic File System (EFS) makes it easy to use those applications on AWS, providing a scalable, fully managed Network File System (NFS) that you can access from other AWS services and on-premises resources. EFS scales […]
  • by Jeff Barr
    You may have already received an email or seen a console notification, but I don’t want you to be taken by surprise! Rotate Now If you are using Amazon Aurora, Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS), or Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) and are taking advantage of SSL/TLS certificate validation when you connect to your database […]
  • by Jeff Barr
    The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) starts tomorrow. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the latest and greatest developments in many areas including 5G, IoT, Advertising, Automotive, Blockchain, Health & Wellness, Home & Family, Immersive Entertainment, Product Design & Manufacturing, Robotics & Machine Intelligence, and Sports. Amazon at CES If you will be traveling […]
  • by Jeff Barr
    Even though cloud computing is a global phenomenon, location still matters when it comes to community. For example, customers regularly tell me that they are impressed by the scale, enthusiasm, and geographic reach of the AWS User Group Community. We are deeply appreciative of the work that our user group and community leaders do. Each […]
  • by Alejandra Quetzalli
    While re:Invent 2019 may feel well over, I’m still feeling elated and curious about several of the launches that were announced that week. Is it just me, or did some of the new feature announcements seem to bring us closer to the Scifi worlds (i.e. AWS WaveLength anyone? and don’t get me started on Amazon […]
  • by Danilo Poccia
    Amazon Comprehend is a natural language processing (NLP) service that uses machine learning to find insights in unstructured text. It is very easy to use, with no machine learning experience required. You can customize Comprehend for your specific use case, for example creating custom document classifiers to organize your documents into your own categories, or custom […]
  • by Jeff Barr
    With re:Invent 2019 behind me, I have a fairly light blogging load for the rest of the month. I do, however, have a collection of late-breaking news and links that I want to share while they are still hot out of the oven! AWS Online Tech Talks for December – We have 18 tech talks […]
  • by Jeff Barr
    Amazon customers often tell us that they want to know more about how we build and run our business. On the retail side, they tour Amazon Fulfillment Centers and see how we we organize our warehouses. Corporate customers often ask about our Leadership Principles, and sometimes adopt (and then adapt) them for their own use. […]
  • by Jeff Barr
    Here’s what we announced today: Amplify DataStore – This is a persistent, on-device storage repository that will help you to synchronize data across devices and to handle offline operations. It can be used as a standalone local datastore for web and mobile applications that have no connection to the cloud or an AWS account. When […]