Introducing Optimize CPUs for Amazon EC2 Instances

Introducing Optimize CPUs for Amazon EC2 Instances

Today, we are announcing the availability of Optimize CPUs for Amazon EC2 instances. This feature provides customers greater control of their EC2 instances on two fronts. First, customers can specify a custom number of vCPUs when launching new instances… Source: Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) Introducing Optimize CPUs for Amazon EC2 Instances

New – AWS Service Catalog Connector for ServiceNow

New – AWS Service Catalog Connector for ServiceNow

Enterprises want to provide their employees with apps and tools that will allow them to do a better and more efficient job, while still providing oversight and governance. AWS Service Catalog helps enterprise IT to meet all of these needs, with a focus on cloud-based solutions. Administrators assemble portfolios of products, add rules to control… Read more »

EC2 Price Reduction – H1 Instances

EC2’s H1 instances offer 2 to 16 terabytes of fast, dense storage for big data applications, optimized to deliver high throughput for sequential I/O. Enhanced Networking, 32 to 256 gigabytes of RAM, and Intel Xeon E5-2686 v4 processors running at a base frequency of 2.3 GHz round out the feature set. I am happy to… Read more »

Amazon Aurora Release 2.02 Now Available

Amazon Aurora MySQL 2.02 is generally available. Please note that Aurora MySQL 2.x versions are compatible with MySQL 5.7 and Aurora MySQL 1.x versions are compatible with MySQL 5.6. … Source: Amazon Relational Database Service Amazon Aurora Release 2.02 Now Available

IoT Analytics Now Generally Available

Today, I’m pleased to announce that, as of April 24th 2018, the AWS IoT Analytics service is generally available. Customers can use IoT Analytics to clean, process, encrich, store, and analyze their connected device data at scale. AWS IoT Analytics is now available in US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), US East (Ohio), and… Read more »

Amazon Aurora MySQL Release 1.17.2 Now Available

Amazon Aurora MySQL 1.17.2 is generally available. All new Aurora database clusters with MySQL 5.6 compatibility, including those restored from snapshots, will be created in Aurora MySQL v1.17.2. You have the option, but are not required, to upgrade… Source: Amazon Relational Database Service Amazon Aurora MySQL Release 1.17.2 Now Available

Amazon Aurora Supports Encrypted Migration from Self-Managed MySQL Databases

Your self-managed MySQL database, located on premises or in the cloud, can now be securely migrated to Amazon Aurora. You can migrate a large database by creating an encrypted database backup file in Amazon S3 and… Source: Amazon Relational Database Service Amazon Aurora Supports Encrypted Migration from Self-Managed MySQL Databases

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