Let’s take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week:
|Monday, April 6
|Tuesday, April 7
|Wednesday, April 8
|Thursday, April 9
- We announced Amazon Elastic File System, Shared File Storage for Amazon EC2.
- We announced Amazon Machine Learning, for Data-Driven Decisions at Scale.
- We announced the New Amazon WorkSpaces Application Manager.
- We updated the EC2 Container Service, with Support for Long-Running Applications, Load Balancing, and More (the AWS Compute Blog also announced that Amazon EC2 Container Service is now Generally Available).
- We announced that AWS Lambda is in Full Production, with New Features for Mobile Devs.
- A post on the Soomla Community Blog talked about Installing Redis Master-Slave on Amazon EC2.
- A post on the AWS Big Data Blog shared Nasdaq’s Architecture using Amazon EMR and Amazon S3 for Ad Hoc Access to a Massive Data Set.
- The AWS Ruby Development Blog showed you how to Verify Amazon SNS Message Authenticity.
- A post on the Druva Blog explained that No, It’s Not Just You: Enterprise Security Really is Hard (this is a review of a presentation from the AWS Summit in San Francisco).
- A trio of posts on the AWS Mobile Development Blog Introduced Amazon Cognito Events as Sync Triggers, and then talked about Invoking AWS Lambda Functions via Amazon SNS and Building a Mobile Backend Using AWS Lambda.
- The AWS Partner Network Blog announced the Newest All-in Technology Partners on AWS (MicroStrategy, Onshape, Software AG, and TIBCO).
- The Cloud Academy Blog discussed Data Theft and AWS Deployments.
|Friday, April 10
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