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NoSQL Workbench for Amazon DynamoDB – Available in Preview

I am always impressed by the flexibility of Amazon DynamoDB , providing our customers a fully-managed key-value and document database that can easily scale from a few requests per month to millions of requests per second . The DynamoDB team […]

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Learn From Your VPC Flow Logs With Additional Meta-Data

Flow Logs for Amazon Virtual Private Cloud enables you to capture information about the IP traffic going to and from network interfaces in your VPC. Flow Logs data can be published to Amazon CloudWatch Logs or Amazon Simple Storage Service […]

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Now Available – Amazon Quantum Ledger Database (QLDB)

Given the wide range of data types, query models, indexing options, scaling expectations, and performance requirements, databases are definitely not one size fits all products. That’s why there are many different AWS database offerings, each one purpose-built to meet the […]

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Operational Insights for Containers and Containerized Applications

The increasing adoption of containerized applications and microservices also brings an increased burden for monitoring and management. Builders have an expectation of, and requirement for, the same level of monitoring as would be used with longer lived infrastructure such as […]

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New – Port Forwarding Using AWS System Manager Sessions Manager

I increasingly see customers adopting the immutable infrastructure architecture pattern : they rebuild and redeploy an entire infrastructure for each update. They very rarely connect to servers over SSH or RDP to update configuration or to deploy software updates. However, […]

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New – Client IP Address Preservation for AWS Global Accelerator

AWS Global Accelerator is a network service that routes incoming network traffic to multiple AWS regions in order to improve performance and availability for your global applications. It makes use of our collection of edge locations and our congestion-free global […]

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Amazon Transcribe Now Supports Mandarin and Russian

As speech is central to human interaction, artificial intelligence research has long focused on speech recognition, the first step in designing and building systems allowing humans to interact intuitively with machines. The diversity in languages, accents and voices makes this […]