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AWS AppSync – Production-Ready with Six New Features | Amazon Web Services

If you build (or want to build) data-driven web and mobile apps and need real-time updates and the ability to work offline, you should take a look at . Announced in preview form at 2017 and described in depth here, AWS AppSync is designed for use in iOS, Android, JavaScript, and React Native apps....

New – Amazon DynamoDB Continuous Backups and Point-In-Time Recovery (PITR) | Amazon Web Services

The team is back with another useful feature hot on the heels of encryption at rest. At 2017 we launched global tables and on-demand backup and restore of your DynamoDB tables and today we’re launching continuous backups with point-in-time recovery (PITR). You can enable continuous backups with a...

New .BOT gTLD from Amazon | Amazon Web Services

Today, I’m excited to announce the launch of .BOT, a new generic top-level domain (gTLD) from Amazon. Customers can use .BOT domains to provide an identity and portal for their bots. Fitness bots, slack bots, e-commerce bots, and more can all benefit from an easy-to-access .BOT domain. The phrase...

IoT Analytics Now Generally Available | Amazon Web Services

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 , , , and . In November of...

AWS and Chef

Understand how Chef Supports the AWS Shared Responsibility Model - Chef Blog

Learn how Chef can help you automate customer security responsibilities on your AWS instances.

Automate Compliance with AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate - Chef Blog

The most successful organizations pursue continuous automation in three stages: detect, correct, and automate. This article and accompanying video demonstrates how to implement this three step process with AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate.

Shhh… Can You Keep A Secret? A First Look at AWS Secrets Manager

It’s no secret (pun intended) that cybersecurity is big news these days. On a daily basis, we are hearing about data breaches, leaked personal information and stolen passwords. Many of these …

Getting started with InSpec for AWS. Testing for the cloud! - chris-rock

With the introduction of InSpec 2.0, we got the ability to test AWS environments. Within the next 5 minutes, you are ready to write InSpec tests to verify your AWS environment. Let’s start.

Looking back at 10 years of compartmentalization at AWS - All Things Distributed

At AWS, we don't mark many anniversaries. But every year when March 14th comes around, it's a good reminder that Amazon S3 originally launched on Pi Day, March 14, 2006. The Amazon S3 team still celebrate with homemade pies!

Infrastructure as Code: Getting the best of both worlds with AWS and Google Cloud Platform

People often worry about what cloud platform they should use. AWS? GCP? But by treating infrastructure as both, and abstracting your cloud infrastructure from your tools, you don't have to choose. This is how we got the best of both worlds when we decided to partner with Google.

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AWS AppSync – Production-Ready with Six New Features | Amazon Web Services

If you build (or want to build) data-driven web and mobile apps and need real-time updates and the ability to work offline, you should take a look at . Announced in preview form at 2017 and described in depth here, AWS AppSync is designed for use in iOS, Android, JavaScript, and React Native apps....

New – Amazon DynamoDB Continuous Backups and Point-In-Time Recovery (PITR) | Amazon Web Services

The team is back with another useful feature hot on the heels of encryption at rest. At 2017 we launched global tables and on-demand backup and restore of your DynamoDB tables and today we’re launching continuous backups with point-in-time recovery (PITR). You can enable continuous backups with a...

New .BOT gTLD from Amazon | Amazon Web Services

Today, I’m excited to announce the launch of .BOT, a new generic top-level domain (gTLD) from Amazon. Customers can use .BOT domains to provide an identity and portal for their bots. Fitness bots, slack bots, e-commerce bots, and more can all benefit from an easy-to-access .BOT domain. The phrase...

IoT Analytics Now Generally Available | Amazon Web Services

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 , , , and . In November of...

Understand how Chef Supports the AWS Shared Responsibility Model - Chef Blog

Learn how Chef can help you automate customer security responsibilities on your AWS instances.

Automate Compliance with AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate - Chef Blog

The most successful organizations pursue continuous automation in three stages: detect, correct, and automate. This article and accompanying video demonstrates how to implement this three step process with AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate.

Shhh… Can You Keep A Secret? A First Look at AWS Secrets Manager

It’s no secret (pun intended) that cybersecurity is big news these days. On a daily basis, we are hearing about data breaches, leaked personal information and stolen passwords. Many of these …

Getting started with InSpec for AWS. Testing for the cloud! - chris-rock

With the introduction of InSpec 2.0, we got the ability to test AWS environments. Within the next 5 minutes, you are ready to write InSpec tests to verify your AWS environment. Let’s start.

Looking back at 10 years of compartmentalization at AWS - All Things Distributed

At AWS, we don't mark many anniversaries. But every year when March 14th comes around, it's a good reminder that Amazon S3 originally launched on Pi Day, March 14, 2006. The Amazon S3 team still celebrate with homemade pies!

Infrastructure as Code: Getting the best of both worlds with AWS and Google Cloud Platform

People often worry about what cloud platform they should use. AWS? GCP? But by treating infrastructure as both, and abstracting your cloud infrastructure from your tools, you don't have to choose. This is how we got the best of both worlds when we decided to partner with Google.