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Amazon WorkSpaces Managed Device Authentication

Amazon WorkSpaces is AWS’s cloud-based desktop service, letting you work and collaborate from anywhere in the world. This means you can bring your own device (BYOD) such as laptops, tablets, or mobile phones. Sometimes, however, admins need to manage these devices for compliance or security purposes. Which is why Amazon WorkSpaces will now have device authentication. You may issue digital […]

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AWS Greengrass Now Available

AWS Greengrass Now Available

 If you need to collect and process data out in an area with a slow or unsteady internet connection, AWS Greengrass can be a godsend. AWS Greengrass allows you to program in AWS using even simple devices while out in the field. AWS Greengrass works using AWS IoT and AWS Lambda and provides access to other AWS services.  AWS SDK […]

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Amazon Lightsail and Cloud Directory Updates

Amazon Lightsail and Cloud Directory Updates

 AWS continues to improve its services, and has done so once again for Amazon Lightsail and Cloud Directory. 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. Now, Amazon Lightsail is introducing its very own global console. This console […]

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Amazon EBS Adds Cost Allocation

Amazon EBS Adds Cost Allocation

Amazon EBS provides a great option that lets you create persistent, low-latency block storage for all your EC2 instances. It comes with the ability to create snapshot backups of your EBS volume. Another useful service is Amazon Billing and Cost Management, which lets you easily track your spending in AWS. It provides Cost allocation tags that you can use to […]

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Amazon Chime Lets You Claim Domains

Amazon Chime Lets You Claim Domains

Amazon Chime is the service of choice for collaboration and communication within AWS. With it one can chat with as many colleagues across the world as they want. There’s more to it Amazon Chime, however, as AWS debuts its two new features. Claim your own domain When you claim a domain with Amazon Chime, you manage Chime for all the […]

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Cloud Month in Review – May 2017

Cloud Month in Review – May 2017

Rounding out the month we have more developments in AWS. Tag Newly-Created EC2 Instances and EBS Volumes AWS has announced four new features for tagging EC2 Instances and EBS volumes: Tag on creation – you may now specify tags as you create a resource, whether EC2 instances or EBS volumes. You may even set separate tags for every volume and instance. […]

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AWS Reduces Price for M4 and Reserved Instances

AWS Reduces Price for M4 and Reserved Instances

AWS is all about economy of scale, and when their technology makes a great leap forward the result is cost reduction. AWS is happy to announce that it is lowering prices for reserved instances and M4 instances as well. Firstly, customers now have an option for no upfront payment for 3 years. This is for Standard Reserved Instance,s including C4, […]

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Amazon Redshift Spectrum Launched

AWS has just introduced Amazon Redshift Spectrum, a service that lets users run complex queries on information stored in Amazon S3. While Amazon Redshift lets you build petabyte-sized warehouses for your data, Amazon Redshift Spectrum lets you query that data without having to rely on other applications. To do this, you simple create a data source and run your queries […]

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Amazon Athena Now Queries Encrypted Data

  Amazon Athena, AWS’s newest service launched in November 2016, is a serverless query service that lets you access structured and unstructured data sets in S3 using SQL. Amazon Athena’s Query Editor allows you to write Hive-compliant DDL query. You may do the same using SQL clients by downloading the Athena JDBC driver. The JDBC driver also allows you to […]

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AWS Gives Host-based Routing Support for Load Balancers

AWS Gives Host-based Routing Support for Load Balancers

AWS had previously introduced Application Load Balancers, which can be used to route HTTP and HTTPS traffic depending on the path element of the request’s URL. Now, AWS has expanded this feature by allowing you to route incoming traffic based on the domain name in the host header. This means that you can send requests to api.standard.com to one group […]

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