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AWS Directory Service: Simplified Trust Configuration

AWS Directory Service: Simplified Trust Configuration

AWS has just made it simpler to create trust relationships between AWS Directory Service for MS Active Directory and your in-house MS Active Directory domains. Trust relationships require conditional forwarders that answer DNS names queries concerning domain names between the two directories. AWS has made it such that you can now use the Directory Service console to configure these conditional […]

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AWS Cloud Helps Explore Higgs Boson Data

The AWS Cloud has come a long way not just in helping to expand business and medicine, but scientific research as well. The 2012 discovery of the Higgs Boson, also know as the God Particle, has become one of the most significant breakthroughs of the 21st century. Found as a result of experiments ATLAS and CMS, it helps explain why […]

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AWS Assists with Cancer Treatment Research

AWS Assists with Cancer Treatment Research

Cancer treatment and research require advanced tech in order to progress. Genomics, which is the study of human DNA, in particular requires a huge amount of computing power to analyze existing data. I can be difficult to collect, analyze, and store data from different research teams, healthcare institutions, and countries worldwide. As such, the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center used cloud computing […]

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AWS Trusted Advisor Adds New Checks

AWS Trusted Advisor Adds New Checks

AWS Trusted Advisor, like its name implies, provides you with good advice in the following qualities: Cost Optimization Security Fault Tolerance Performance Improvement Now AWS has added even more checks linked to AWS S3, Redshift, EC2 Reserved Instances, as well as added security. AWS S3 Bucket Versioning – for S3 buckets that don’t have versioning enabled. Underutilized Redshift clusters – Trusted Advisor […]

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AWS Lambda Now Supports Node.js 4.3.2

AWS Lambda Now Supports Node.js 4.3.2

AWS Lambda lets you run code in response to certain events, all without having to deal with the backend of things. Simply upload your code and let the Lambda server handle the rest. Formerly, you could only develop using Node.js 0.10.4. Now, AWS is happy to announce that you may now code Lambda functions using Node.js 4.3.2 as well. This […]

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Amazon Route 53: New Health Check Enhancements

Amazon Route 53: New Health Check Enhancements

AWS has just announced three new features to enhance monitoring in Amazon Route 53. Metric Based Health Checks Now you can do a DNS failover depending on any metric from CloudWatch. When you create a metric based health check, it sends an unhealthy status when its CloudWatch counterpart returns an alarm. This is highly useful for creating failovers for endpoints […]

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Run AWS Data Pipeline on Demand

Run AWS Data Pipeline on Demand

AWS Data Pipeline is a reliable service that lets data flow from one AWS service to another, whether to a compute or storage service. So you can take data from storage, efficiently transform and process it, then move it to AWS S3, RDS, DynamoDB, or Elastic MapReduce. You may now run AWS Data Pipeline at any time, whether immediately or […]

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Spot Fleet Metrics Available for CloudWatch

Spot Fleet Metrics Available for CloudWatch

CloudWatch now supports metrics for EC2 Spot fleets, making it easier to manage, monitor and scale your fleets. A single Spot fleet can be composed of one or thousands of EC2 instances that turn themselves on and off, depending on the Spot price. They can give you a great amount of compute capacity at a price that you want. Having […]

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Amazon Aurora Gets Added Failover Control

Amazon Aurora Gets Added Failover Control

If you need a reliable relational database that’s compatible with MySQL, look no further than Amazon Aurora. This database engine combines the best of two worlds: the speed and availability of a high-end DB engine and the flexibility and cost-efficiency of an open source one. AWS has made Aurora even more useful with additional failover control. Aurora starts you off with […]

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RDS SLA Now Covers MariaDB

RDS SLA Now Covers MariaDB

Given the popularity and wide use of the open source MariaDB database in Amazon RDS, AWS has chosen to take things a step further. AWS has announced that it is extending the RDS SLA to cover MariaDB. This means the following: The RDS SLA covers multiple Availability Zone instances for MariaDB. AWS commits to an uptime of 99.5% for these […]

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