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Amazon RDS cleared for Provisional FEDRAMP-High Authorization

As a testament to the security of Amazon RDS (Relational Database), the service has gotten an okay from the U.S. government. Specifically, it has been given a Provisional Authority to Operate (P-ATO) at the FedRAMP High Baseline inside the AWS GovCloud. High Baseline means that U.S. government agencies may use Amazon RDS to store data which, while unclassified, is still […]

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AWS Cost Explorer Provides Reserved Instance Utilization Report

The AWS Cost Explorer tool lets you keep track of your spending on AWS. By providing reports and analytical tools, you can keep track of your cloud expenses and analyze your spending patterns. AWS Cost Explorer even lets you drill down into specific areas and set up your own filters for better analysis. AWS has announced that Cost Explorer will […]

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Cloud Month in Review — December 2016

Let’s ring in the New Year with a brief look at last month’s cloud news. AWS Personal Health Dashboard Launched on Dec. 1, 2016, the Dashboard provides an in-depth and personalized look at the performance and availability of each AWS service you use. You don’t have to look anywhere else to find out about the health of your resources and […]

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AWS Shield and Route 53 Reduces DDoS

In the wake of a recent large-scale DDoS attack that has locked out millions of people from several websites in Europe and North America, clients have been looking into various ways to secure their data in the cloud. AWS has recommended two services, AWS Route 53 and AWS Shield, along with best practices that will mitigate the risk of such […]

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Amazon ECS supports Windows Containers (Beta)

Launched in 2014, Amazon ECS is a highly scalable and reliable container management service. It supports Docker containers and lets you run a cluster of EC2 instances. This eliminates the need for you to manage, run, or install your own container service. Now, Amazon ECS is providing support for Windows containers as well. While this support will be at beta-level […]

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Amazon EFS Now Supports Direct Connect

Launched last year, Amazon Elastic File System or Amazon EFS allowed users to configure and manage shared file storage in AWS. Since then, AWS has updated EFS to connect on-premise through AWS Direct Connect. This can be useful in a number of ways: For file migration and data backup, you may link your servers to an Amazon EFS file system, copy […]

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AWS Launches Application Discovery Service Console

Planning on migrating to the AWS cloud? Need a way to discover and collect all information on your system? The AWS Application Discovery Service can do that for you automatically. By using a light data collection agent, or connecting through AWS’s Agentless Discovery Connector through your VMWare, you may start gathering information on your devices, applications, events, and other pertinent materials. […]

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2016 Future Of Cloud Computing Survey Results

North Bridge and Wikibon, announced the results of its sixth annual Future of Cloud Computing Survey, which analyzes trends in cloud computing, adoption, use and challenges on a yearly basis. With 53 leading cloud companies participating as collaborators, including our own PolarSeven, the study provides the broadest and deepest exploration of cloud in the industry. With 1,351 responses across multiple […]

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AWS Launches Amazon QuickSight Enterprise Edition

Amazon QuickSight  Standard Edition was launched in November 2016 to provide an easy means of big data analytics. Now, AWS is launching its Enterprise Edition, which adds two features: Active Directory Integration and Encryption at Rest. User Authentication Enterprise edition uses AWS Managed Microsoft Active Directory (AD) to authenticate users. Users may sign on to QuickSight with credentials that are […]

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AWS Launches IPv6 Support for VPN EC2 Instances

IPv6 is fast-becoming the norm given its 128 bits for address space. This makes it handy for the growing areas of IoT and online devices. As such, AWS is announcing that it will now support IPv6 for both its Virtual Private Cloud and EC2 instances in VPNs–completely free. This service will begin for US East (Ohio) and will continue to roll […]

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