summary

AWS Monthly Review - May 2016

AWS is innovating fast. This is a summary of what happened during past month. Announcements and News AWS Certificate Manager allows to generate SSL/TLS certificates in the following regions: US East (N.Virginia), US West (N. California), US West (Oregon), EU (Ireland), EU (Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), and South America (Sao Paulo). (Official Announcement) Important announcement for Elastic Container Service (ECS): you are now abl...

AWS Monthly Review - April 2016

AWS is innovating fast. This is a summary of what happened during past month. Announcements and News CloudFormation adds support for EC2 Dedicated Hosts, improves handling of ECS and allows you to specify a name for a Lambda function. (Official Announcement) Define CloudWatch event rules with CloudFormation. (Official Announcement) Kinesis Firehose adds Elasticsearch as additional target for your streaming data. Other supported targets are S3 and Redshift. (Official Announcement) Two important feature a...

AWS Monthly Review - March 2016

AWS is innovating fast. This is a summary of what happened during past month. Announcements and News Happy Birthday AWS, 10 years of Cloud Computing. (AWS Blog Post) Referencing Security Groups in peered VPCs is possible even if the VPCs belong to different accounts. (Official Announcement) Long EC2 instance and reservation IDs are default for new accounts in US East (Northern Virginia), US West (Oregon), US West (Northern California), EU (Ireland), and EU (Frankfurt). (Official Announcement) t2.nano ava...

AWS Weekly 2016-08

The official AWS Week in Review gets longer and longer. This is a shortened version containing the most important news. Reference Security Groups in a peered VPC CloudWatch Events are Now Available in the eu-central-1 AWS CLI, AWS SDKs (JavaScript, Go, Ruby, Java) updated

AWS year in review

AWS year in review

If you want to provide an excellent AWS consulting service you need to stay up-to-date with all the new AWS stuff (450 announcements in 2015). As an AWS Cloud Consultant it’s part of my job to read all AWS announcements and evaluate the new features as ...

Day 2 at the AWS re:Invent – what we learned

Every year AWS runs a big conference with 19,000 attendees in Las Vegas to announce new services and to educate people in more than 270 sessions about how to use AWS. As usual there was a keynote on Wednesday focusing on enterprise topics and a second keynote on Thursday focusing on the more innovative services. Virtual computing: EC2During the keynote Werner Vogels announced new instance types. So far a t2.micro instance with 1 GiB memory and 1 virtual CPU was the smallest and cheapest EC2 instance ...

Day 1 at the AWS re:Invent – what we learned

Every year AWS runs a big conference with 19,000 attendees in Las Vegas to announce new services and to educate people in more than 270 sessions about how to use AWS. Although the conference started on Monday, the first Keynote was on Wednesday. And as usual the focus was enterprise customers. I want to highlight the most interesting three service announcements that could have a big impact on enterprise IT. AWS Import/Export SnowballGetting data into the cloud is a challenge. If you ever tried to upl...


marbot

Are you part of a highly motivated DevOps team? Use marbot, a friendly chatbot, to forward all kind of alerts from your AWS infrastructure to Slack. Alerts are escalated across your team automatically allowing you to focus on your daily work.

Amazon Web Services in Action

Amazon Web Services in Action introduces you to computing, storing, and networking in the AWS cloud.

Customer Reviews: