AWS Weekly Roundup – LlamaIndex support for Amazon Neptune, force AWS CloudFormation stack deletion, and more (May 27, 2024)

Last week, Dr. Matt Wood, VP for AI Products at Amazon Web Services (AWS), delivered the keynote at the AWS Summit Los Angeles. Matt and guest speakers shared the latest advancements in generative artificial intelligence (generative AI), developer tooling, and foundational infrastructure, showcasing how they come together to change what’s possible for builders. You can Read more about AWS Weekly Roundup – LlamaIndex support for Amazon Neptune, force AWS CloudFormation stack deletion, and more (May 27, 2024)[…]

AWS Weekly Roundup: New features on Knowledge Bases for Amazon Bedrock, OAC for Lambda function URL origins on Amazon CloudFront, and more (April 15, 2024)

AWS Community Days conferences are in full swing with AWS communities around the globe. The AWS Community Day Poland was hosted last week with more than 600 cloud enthusiasts in attendance. Community speakers Agnieszka Biernacka, Krzysztof Kąkol, and more, presented talks which captivated the audience and resulted in vibrant discussions throughout the day. My teammate, Read more about AWS Weekly Roundup: New features on Knowledge Bases for Amazon Bedrock, OAC for Lambda function URL origins on Amazon CloudFront, and more (April 15, 2024)[…]

AWS Weekly Roundup — New models for Amazon Bedrock, CloudFront embedded POPs, and more — March 4, 2024

This has been a busy week – we introduced a new kind of Amazon CloudFront infrastructure, more efficient ways to analyze data stored on Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), and new generative AI capabilities. Last week’s launchesHere’s what got my attention: Amazon Bedrock – Mistral AI’s Mixtral 8x7B and Mistral 7B foundation models are Read more about AWS Weekly Roundup — New models for Amazon Bedrock, CloudFront embedded POPs, and more — March 4, 2024[…]

Introducing Amazon CloudFront KeyValueStore: A low-latency datastore for CloudFront Functions

Amazon CloudFront allows you to securely deliver static and dynamic content with low latency and high transfer speeds. With CloudFront Functions, you can perform latency-sensitive customizations for millions of requests per second. For example, you can use CloudFront Functions to modify headers, normalize cache keys, rewrite URLs, or authorize requests. Today, we are introducing CloudFront Read more about Introducing Amazon CloudFront KeyValueStore: A low-latency datastore for CloudFront Functions[…]

Happy anniversary, Amazon CloudFront: 15 years of evolution and internet advancements

I can’t believe it’s been 15 years since Amazon CloudFront was launched! When Amazon S3 became available in 2006, developers loved the flexibility and started to build a new kind of globally distributed applications where storage was not a bottleneck. These applications needed to be performant, reliable, and cost-efficient for every user on the planet. Read more about Happy anniversary, Amazon CloudFront: 15 years of evolution and internet advancements[…]

AWS Weekly Roundup – CloudFront security dashboard, EBS snapshots improvements, and more – November 13, 2023

This week, it was really difficult to choose what to recap here because, as we’re getting closer to AWS re:Invent, service teams are delivering new capabilities at an incredible pace. Last week’s launchesHere are some of the launches that caught my attention last week: Amazon Aurora – Aurora MySQL zero-ETL integration with Amazon Redshift is Read more about AWS Weekly Roundup – CloudFront security dashboard, EBS snapshots improvements, and more – November 13, 2023[…]

AWS Week in Review – New Open-Source Updates for Snapchange, Cedar, and Jupyter Community Contributions – May 15, 2023

A new week has begun. Last week, there was a lot of news related to AWS. I have compiled a few announcements you need to know. Let’s get started right away! Last Week’s Launches Let’s take a look at some launches from the last week that I want to remind you of: New Amazon EC2 Read more about AWS Week in Review – New Open-Source Updates for Snapchange, Cedar, and Jupyter Community Contributions – May 15, 2023[…]

New – Use Amazon S3 Object Lambda with Amazon CloudFront to Tailor Content for End Users

With S3 Object Lambda, you can use your own code to process data retrieved from Amazon S3 as it is returned to an application. Over time, we added new capabilities to S3 Object Lambda, like the ability to add your own code to S3 HEAD and LIST API requests, in addition to the support for Read more about New – Use Amazon S3 Object Lambda with Amazon CloudFront to Tailor Content for End Users[…]

AWS Week in Review – August 22, 2022

This post is part of our Week in Review series. Check back each week for a quick roundup of interesting news and announcements from AWS! I’m back from my summer holidays and ready to get up to date with the latest AWS news from last week! Last Week’s Launches Here are some launches that got Read more about AWS Week in Review – August 22, 2022[…]

New – HTTP/3 Support for Amazon CloudFront

Amazon CloudFront is a content delivery network (CDN) service, a network of interconnected servers that is geographically closer to the users and reaches their computers much faster. Amazon CloudFront reduces latency by delivering data through 410+ globally dispersed Points of Presence (PoPs) with automated network mapping and intelligent routing. With Amazon CloudFront, content, API requests Read more about New – HTTP/3 Support for Amazon CloudFront[…]