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AWS, Ansible and use of tags as service discovery

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This week I’ll show you some tricks with AWS and Ansible. Our last recipe contains an interesting way to use AWS API as a simple but effective service discovery tool. 81 more words


Amazon Cloud Chief Keeps Pushing Single Cloud Vision

Amazon Web Services budged a bit on the notion of hybrid cloud this week, announcing a few hardware devices that customers can use to run some software code on-premises. 566 more words


AWS lets developers execute Lambda functions on edge locations with Lambda@Edge

Today, Amazon said it was rolling out a tool called Lambda@Edge, that allows developers to execute Lambda functions at edge locations on a content delivery network, cutting down the time needed to make a process. 290 more words


AWS Batch simplifies batch computing in the cloud

Amazon’s new AWS Batch allows engineers to execute a series of jobs automatically, in the cloud. The tool lets you run apps and container images on whatever EC2 instances are required to accomplish a given task. 217 more words


Here’s everything AWS will announce today | TechCrunch

Amazon is hosting the second of two major keynotes at its re:Invent developer conference in Las Vegas today. TechCrunch has received detailed notes on the contents of today’s keynote, which will be delivered by Amazon CTO, Werner Vogels. 91 more words

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AWS Personal Health Dashboard helps developers monitor the state of their cloud apps

DevOps teams will be happy to hear that Amazon is launching its own dashboard for Amazon Web Services. Personal Health Dashboard, as the company calls it, is its latest release from the stage of re:Invent 2016 to support more advanced cloud apps monitoring. 138 more words


AWS X-Ray gives developers a way to look into every little operation in their applications

Amazon today is rolling out a tool to help developers dive deep into their existing applications to diagnose each element of the application’s processes in order to get a full snapshot of how an application is performing. 293 more words