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Cloud Month in Review – October 2018

AWS continually enhances its services for its clients. Check out the updates made last month. AWS Contingencies for Disasters In the face of more powerful typhoons and other natural disasters, it’s good to remember that AWS has installed various contingencies to ensure that their services will continue to operate during the worst case scenarios. AWS Reduces Data Transfer Prices for Japan and Australia AWS is happy to announce price reductions for data transfer in Asia [...]

Cloud Month in Review – October 2018 2018-11-09T09:00:51+00:00

Amazon RDS Offers Updates to Console and More

Amazon RDS has received new updates to both its look and performance. You may check them out below. Amazon RDS Console – the console is given an updated new look where users can see all RDS resources, create a new database, look at documentation, and more in a single place. RDS Recommendations – this feature will check your usage of RDS and provide best practices to help improve your experience, performance, and security. Performance Insights [...]

Amazon RDS Offers Updates to Console and More 2018-11-02T09:07:27+00:00

Amazon Lightsail Now with Managed Databases

Amazon Lightsail is designed to be an easy to use cloud server. Lightsail allows you to get into AWS by providing you a preconfigured Linux or Windows application stacks, letting you select an instance plan and create an instance all within moments. Now, AWS is introducing managed databases to Amazon Lightsail. Each Lightsail database bundle has fixed monthly price. It includes the database instance, the SSD storage, at least a terabyte of data transfer to [...]

Amazon Lightsail Now with Managed Databases 2018-10-22T09:01:43+00:00

Amazon EC2 Released High Memory Instances Up to 12 TB

Amazon EC2 has announced they have released high memory instances with 6, 9, and 12 TB of RAM. These allow you to use SAP HANA services on a far bigger scale or use it to create production systems that give enterprise-level data protection and business continuity.   New EC2 Specifications: Instance Name Memory Logical Processors Dedicated EBS Bandwidth Network Bandwidth u-6tb1.metal 6 TiB 448 14 Gbps 25 Gbps u-9tb1.metal 9 TiB 448 14 Gbps 25 Gbps [...]

Amazon EC2 Released High Memory Instances Up to 12 TB 2018-10-15T09:01:49+00:00

AWS Storage Gateway Launches Hardware Appliance

AWS Storage Gateway is a service that allows you to link your on-site applications to Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) and Amazon Glacier. You can have this service run on your own virtual environment and have your applications and operating systems connect to it as a block share, file system or virtual tape library. You may use AWS Storage Gateway for backups, archiving, disaster recovery, cloud data processing, storage tiering [...]

AWS Storage Gateway Launches Hardware Appliance 2018-10-01T09:00:34+00:00

AWS Reduces Data Transfer Prices for Japan and Australia  

AWS is happy to announce price reductions for data transfer in Asia Pacific (Tokyo) and Asia Pacific (Sydney). This will effectively make data transfers from AWS EC2, Amazon S3, and Amazon CloudFront by up to 34% in Japan and 28% in Australia. EC2 and S3 Data Transfer Data Transfer to Internet Japan Australia New Price Reduction New Price Reduction Up to 9.99999TB / month $0.114 -19% $0.114 -19% Next 40TB /month $0.089 -34% $0.098 -27% [...]

AWS Reduces Data Transfer Prices for Japan and Australia   2018-09-24T09:00:46+00:00

AWS Contingencies for Disasters

In the face of more powerful typhoons and other natural disasters, it’s good to remember that AWS has installed various contingencies to ensure that their services will continue to operate during the worst case scenarios. Here are the measures they have taken: Availability Zones AWS has taken pains to duplicate essential components of its services across various areas called Availability Zones. This way, if one or more happens unavailable, the others can take over operations. [...]

AWS Contingencies for Disasters 2018-09-17T09:19:58+00:00

Cloud Month In Review – August 2018

Amazon EKS now Generally Available Previously announced in re:Invent 2017, AWS has just released Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes ( Amazon EKS ) for production. It is ready to run client Kubernetes workloads. Amazon SQS May Now Trigger Amazon Lambda Users may now set Amazon SQS (Simple Queue Service) to trigger Amazon Lambda functions. This new function is free. Amazon EBS Snapshot Lifecycle Manager Launched First launched in 2008, Amazon EBS was designed to provide persistence storage for AWS [...]

Cloud Month In Review – August 2018 2018-09-07T09:00:34+00:00

Dynamic Features of Amazon DynamoDB

Since it was first launched in 2012, Amazon DynamoDB has provided a reliable and scalable non-relational database to at least 100,000 users. Below are some of its useful features: Global Tables - This feature lets users automatically duplicate tables over two or more AWS regions. It provides the option for multi-master writes, an extra redundancy layer, and a scalable rapid read/write performance. Global Table are available in nine regions: Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Seoul), [...]

Dynamic Features of Amazon DynamoDB 2018-09-03T09:30:02+00:00

AWS Releases New EC2 T3 Instances

AWS is proud to announce the release of new AWS EC2 T3 instances. These instances all have custom 2.5 GHz Intel Xeon Scalable Processors with Intel AVX-512 instructions. These make the new instances excellent for workloads that don’t need sustained compute power, as they can still provide high performance when necessary through unlimited bursting. The T3 Instances come in seven sizes: Name vCPUs Baseline Performance/ vCPUs Memory Price/Hour (Linux) Price/Hour (Windows) t3.nano 2 5% 0.5 [...]

AWS Releases New EC2 T3 Instances 2018-08-27T09:00:33+00:00
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