Amazon Web Services in Action Second Edition is in the works

Andreas Wittig – 25 Sep 2017

We released our book Amazon Web Services in Action in September 2015. But AWS didn’t rest on its laurels. Every day, new features are released that can make your life easier. It’s time to revise our book so you can continue to build effective solutions with the latest features. We’re excited to share the first revised chapters of our book with you.

Amazon Web Services in Action, Second Edition

We will revise all existing fourteen chapters, add three new chapters about Lambda, EFS, and ElastiCache, and we switch from JSON to YAML in all CloudFormation examples.

Andreas and Michael Wittig

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