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AWS S3 and Glacier Price Reduction

Originally launched in 2006, AWS S3 has seen price reductions per GB over the years, up to 80% in the last 10 years. AWS Glacier, launched in 2012 as a low-cost storage alternative for infrequently accessed data, has seen similar reductions as well. Now AWS is proud to announce that starting Dec. 1, 2016, both services will see price reduction. […]

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Amazon CloudWatch Extended Metrics Retention and New UI

AWS has announced several critical enhancements to their monitoring service, Amazon CloudWatch. Namely: Extended Metrics Retention Since users have requested for more time to access and see their metrics, system metrics have now been extended from 14 days to 15 months, at no additional charge. Historical data is at a lower granularity level: 1 minute data points are available for […]

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AWS Server Migration Service Launched

  AWS has made it simpler and easier to transfer an existing application on the cloud to  Amazon EC2. Introducing the AWS Server Migration Service. It lets you incrementally automate, schedule, and replicate Virtual Machines in the cloud, without the need for a long maintenance period. This feature lets you choose the servers for migration (either Windows or Linux), then select […]

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Amazon Aurora Supports Calls to Stored Procedures and More

  Amazon Aurora, AWS’s MySQL-compatible relational database, is introducing two new and highly useful features: Invoke Lambda Stored Procedures You may now write stored procedures that can call Lambda functions. This functionality makes Amazon Aurora doubly useful, as it lets you connect with other AWS services. You can use it to send an email using Amazon SES , or send […]

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Amazon ElastiCache for Redis Updates

If you require rapid in-memory storage for your applications, you need look no further than Amazon ElastiCache for Redis. New and current users of this application will be happy to know that it now sports several useful features: Sharded Cluster Support and Improved Console Formerly, Amazon ElastiCache for Redis only allowed up to a cluster of just one primary node […]

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Cloud Month in Review — September 2016

Cloud Month in Review -- September 2016

AWS continues to strengthen its services for its clients. Here’s what they came up with this month: SAP HANA Now on AWS EC2 X1 Clusters AWS has also announced that is now supporting large-scale OLAP deployments, including BW/4HANA for its EC2 X1 clusters. EC2 can support up to 7 nodes or 14 Tb of RAM. AWS’s new certification allows it to consolidate […]

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Amazon EMR — New Encryption Functions

Amazon EMR -- New Encryption Functions

Amazon EMR lets you analyze a vast amount of data using a cluster of virtual servers on the AWS cloud. Every day, this service processes large amounts of data daily, security is a paramount concern. To enhance this feature, AWS is enhancing Amazon EMR for new kinds of encryption options—for temporary files and data in transit. You may now encrypt at-rest […]

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AWS Cost Explorer – New Filtering Options

AWS Cost Explorer – New Filtering Options

Given that operational expenses is always a concern for a business, the AWS Cost Explorer service helps by letting you visualize and manage your expenditures in AWS. And since this visibility is important for tracking costs, AWS has made Cost Explorer even more useful through additional features. AWS Cost Explorers now lets you choose Usage Type from the Filtering Menu. […]

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Cloud Month in Review — August 2016

AWS presents updates to existing services as well as new kinds of services this month of August. IAAS Most have heard of AWS’s import/export system Amazon Snowball, which allows 1 Petabyte of data per week from your on-site datacenter to the AWS cloud. Now, AWS is even better with the introduction of a Job Management API and an S3 Adaptor. […]

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AWS SDK for C++ Available for Production

AWS SDK for C++ Available for Production

AWS is happy to announce that it has released the AWS SDK for C++ version 1.0 for production use. This version comes with several useful features that came from developer preview feedback of the SDK: Semantic versioning – From the very firist production version, further upgrades on 1.x won’t break your build. Transfer Manager – new interface based on TransferClient […]

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