Entries by Jeff Barr

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AWS Control Tower – Set up & Govern a Multi-Account AWS Environment

Earlier this month I met with an enterprise-scale AWS customer. They told me that they are planning to go all-in on AWS, and want to benefit from all that we have learned about setting up and running AWS at scale. In addition to setting up a Cloud Center of Excellence, they want to set up […]

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New – UDP Load Balancing for Network Load Balancer

The Network Load Balancer is designed to handle tens of millions of requests per second while maintaining high throughput at ultra low latency, with no effort on your part (read my post, New Network Load Balancer – Effortless Scaling to Millions of Requests per Second to learn more). In response to customer requests, we have […]

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Amazon S3 Update – SigV2 Deprecation Period Extended & Modified

Every request that you make to the Amazon S3 API must be signed to ensure that it is authentic. In the early days of AWS we used a signing model that is known as Signature Version 2, or SigV2 for short. Back in 2012, we announced SigV4, a more flexible signing method, and made it […]

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Now Available – AWS IoT Things Graph

We announced AWS IoT Things Graph last November and described it as a tool to let you build IoT applications visually. Today I am happy to let you know that the service is now available and ready for you to use! As you will see in a moment, you can represent your business logic in […]

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New – Data API for Amazon Aurora Serverless

If you have ever written code that accesses a relational database, you know the drill. You open a connection, use it to process one or more SQL queries or other statements, and then close the connection. You probably used a client library that was specific to your operating system, programming language, and your database. At […]

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New – AWS IoT Events: Detect and Respond to Events at Scale

As you may have been able to tell from many of the announcements that we have made over the last four or five years, we are working to build a wide-ranging set of Internet of Things (IoT) services and capabilities. Here’s a quick recap: October 2015 – AWS IoT Core – A fundamental set of […]

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New – Opt-in to Default Encryption for New EBS Volumes

My colleagues on the AWS team are always looking for ways to make it easier and simpler for you to protect your data from unauthorized access. This work is visible in many different ways, and includes the AWS Cloud Security page, the AWS Security Blog, a rich collection of AWS security white papers, an equally […]

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AWS Ground Station – Ready to Ingest & Process Satellite Data

Last fall I told you about AWS Ground Station and gave you a sneak preview of the steps that you would take to downlink data from a satellite. I am happy to report that the first two ground stations are now in operation, and that you can start using AWS Ground Station today. Using AWS […]

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New – TLS Termination for Network Load Balancers

When you access a web site using the HTTPS protocol, a whole lot of interesting work (formally known as an SSL/TLS handshake) happens to create and maintain a secure communication channel. Your client (browser) and the web server work together to negotiate a mutually agreeable cipher, exchange keys, and set up a session key. Once […]

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Amazon WorkLink – Secure, One-Click Mobile Access to Internal Websites and Applications

We want to make it easier for you and your colleagues to use your mobile devices to access internal corporate websites and applications. Our goal is to give your workforce controlled access to valuable intranet content while maintaining a strong security profile. Introducing Amazon WorkLinkToday I would like to tell you about Amazon WorkLink. You […]

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