Introducing VPC Lattice – Simplify Networking for Service-to-Service Communication (Preview)

Modern applications are built using modular and distributed components. Each component is a service that implements its own subset of functionalities. To make these services communicate with each other, you need a way to let them discover where they are, authorize access, and route traffic. When troubleshooting issues, you need to keep communication configurations under Read more about Introducing VPC Lattice – Simplify Networking for Service-to-Service Communication (Preview)[…]

New – ENA Express: Improved Network Latency and Per-Flow Performance on EC2

We know that you can always make great use of all available network bandwidth and network performance, and have done our best to supply it to you. Over the years, network bandwidth has grown from the 250 Mbps on the original m1 instance to 200 Gbps on the newest m6in instances. In addition to raw Read more about New – ENA Express: Improved Network Latency and Per-Flow Performance on EC2[…]

AWS Week in Review – November 7, 2022

With three weeks to go until AWS re:Invent opens in Las Vegas, the AWS News Blog Team is hard at work creating blog posts to share the latest launches and previews with you. As usual, we have a strong mix of new services, new features, and a surprise or two. Last Week’s Launches Here are Read more about AWS Week in Review – November 7, 2022[…]

AWS Week in Review – October 31, 2022

No tricks, just treats in this weekly roundup of news and announcements. Let’s switch our AWS Management Console into dark mode and dive right into it. Last Week’s Launches Here are some launches that got my attention during the previous week: AWS Local Zones in Hamburg and Warsaw now generally available – AWS Local Zones help Read more about AWS Week in Review – October 31, 2022[…]

Amazon EC2 Trn1 Instances for High-Performance Model Training are Now Available

Deep learning (DL) models have been increasing in size and complexity over the last few years, pushing the time to train from days to weeks. Training large language models the size of GPT-3 can take months, leading to an exponential growth in training cost. To reduce model training times and enable machine learning (ML) practitioners Read more about Amazon EC2 Trn1 Instances for High-Performance Model Training are Now Available[…]

AWS Week in Review – September 19, 2022

Things are heating up in Seattle, with preparation for AWS re:Invent 2022 well underway. Later this month the entire News Blog team will participate in our now-legendary “speed storming” event. Over the course of three or four days, each of the AWS service teams with a launch in the works for re:Invent will give us Read more about AWS Week in Review – September 19, 2022[…]

A Decade of Ever-Increasing Provisioned IOPS for Amazon EBS

Progress is often best appreciated in retrospect. It is often the case that a steady stream of incremental improvements over a long period of time ultimately adds up to a significant level of change. Today, ten years after we first launched the Provisioned IOPS feature for Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS), I strongly believe that Read more about A Decade of Ever-Increasing Provisioned IOPS for Amazon EBS[…]

AWS Week in Review – August 8, 2022

As an ex-.NET developer, and now Developer Advocate for .NET at AWS, I’m excited to bring you this week’s Week in Review post, for reasons that will quickly become apparent! There are several updates, customer stories, and events I want to bring to your attention, so let’s dive straight in! Last Week’s launches.NET developers, here Read more about AWS Week in Review – August 8, 2022[…]

Graviton Fast Start – A New Program to Help Move Your Workloads to AWS Graviton

With the Graviton Challenge last year, we helped customers migrate to Graviton-based EC2 instances and get up to 40 percent price performance benefit in as little as 4 days. Tens of thousands of customers, including 48 of the top 50 Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) customers, use AWS Graviton processors for their workloads. In Read more about Graviton Fast Start – A New Program to Help Move Your Workloads to AWS Graviton[…]

New – Run Visual Studio Software on Amazon EC2 with User-Based License Model

Today we are announcing the general availability of license-included Visual Studio software on Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute (Amazon EC2) instances. You can now purchase fully compliant AWS-provided licenses of Visual Studio with a per-user subscription fee. Amazon EC2 provides preconfigured Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) of Visual Studio Enterprise 2022 and Visual Studio Professional 2022. You Read more about New – Run Visual Studio Software on Amazon EC2 with User-Based License Model[…]