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AWS Launches Amazon Macie

AWS has just announced in the recent NY Summit the launch of Amazon Macie—a brand new service designed to use machine learning to help data security. Macie classifies the data you store in Amazon S3. After that, it provides each piece of data with a business value and continuously monitors it for anomalous activity. In short: Amazon Macie automatically analyzes, processes […]

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Amazon Lex and Amazon Connect Integration

Amazon Lex and Amazon Connect Integration

Amazon Connect allows users to provide a cost-effective cloud contact customer service. Meanwhile, Amazon Lex is a service that lets you build conversational interfaces through voice and text. You may integrate these two services to come up with a self-service system for customers. This would leverage on Amazon Lex’s automatic speech recognition (ASR) and natural language processing and understanding (NLP/NLU). […]

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Cloud Month In Review – July 2017

Cloud Month In Review – July 2017

AWS kicks off July with new features for EC2 EC2 Auto Scaling Uses Target Tracking Policies AWS has previously released an Application Auto Scaling model that automates capacity management for DynamoDB tables. One feature of this model is target tracking. Each Auto Scaling policy with target tracking requires that you choose a target value for a CloudWatch metric. Auto Scaling will then […]

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Cloud Month In Review – July 2016

This July, AWS shares some of its best updates this month in terms of infrastructure, software, and database improvements. IaaS To Improve AWS EC2 networking performance, AWS has launched the Elastic Network Adapter. The new ENA provides high performance networking for the EC2 X1 instance type and is entirely free. Designed for modern processors, it gives up to 20Gbps of consistent, low-latency performance […]

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EC2 Systems Manager Now Syncs with S3

EC2 Systems Manager Now Syncs with S3

The Amazon EC2 Systems Manager is a service that allows users to create system images, gather information on your software,  manage Windows and Linux operating systems, and install patches. This means you get to securely and remotely manage your EC2 instances and environments for your on-premise machines that are on EC2 Systems Manager. AWS announced a new feature for EC2 […]

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Amazon CloudWatch High-Resolution Custom Metrics

Amazon CloudWatch High-Resolution Custom Metrics

Launched in 2009, Amazon CloudWatch has proven an integral service for monitoring one’s use of AWS resources and applications. Its own custom metrics functionality lets you create your own business and application metrics, see them in graph format, and kick off actions using Amazon CloudWatch Alarms. With the rise of high-demand applications such as streaming videos, running flash sales, and […]

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Amazon Kinesis Streams Adds Server-side Encryption

Amazon Kinesis Streams Adds Server-side Encryption

Amazon Kinesis Streams is a service that lets you build applications that read, aggregate, analyze, and store data from streaming data sources. This may be social media devices, market data feeds, web clickstream, or logs from your data infrastructure. Amazon Kinesis Streams also let you process data in parallel. As such, you can have several AWS services (e.g. EC2, Lambda, […]

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EC2 Auto Scaling Uses Target Tracking Policies

EC2 Auto Scaling Uses Target Tracking Policies

 AWS has previously released an Application Auto Scaling model that automates capacity management for DynamoDB tables. One feature of this model is target tracking. Each Auto Scaling policy with target tracking requires that you choose a target value for a CloudWatch metric. Auto Scaling will then drive the metric towards this specified target and simultaneously adjust CloudWatch alarms. This is […]

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Cloud Month in Review – June 2017

Cloud Month in Review – June 2017

This month, AWS improves old services and introduces brand new ones too. Amazon Lightsail and Cloud Directory Updates Amazon Lightsail lets customers easily launch Virtual Private Servers in the AWS cloud. You simply pay $5 monthly and AWS takes care of the rest of the details for you. Amazon Lightsail recently introduced its very own global console. This console lets […]

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Amazon WorkSpaces Introduces Power Bundle

Amazon WorkSpaces Introduces Power Bundle

 AWS doubles down on Amazon WorkSpaces with their new Power Bundle. To answer customer demands for more resources, AWS is giving users the option to have workstation-class machine: 4 vCPUs 16 Gig of RAM 275 Gig of storage (distributed to 175 G for system volume and 100 G for the user) This is perfect for developers and analysts who require high-end […]

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