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AWSome November, from AWS Resource Explorer to CloudFront Continuous Deployment

As an editor for InfoQ, every month I follow and (try to) cover the most interesting news in the cloud space. From Resource Explorer to a new region in Spain, below are the announcements and news in the AWS space that caught my attention in November. You can read the full articles on InfoQ.

AWS Introduces CloudFront Continuous Deployment for Blue-Green and Canary Strategies

AWS announced that CloudFront now supports continuous deployment to test and validate the configuration changes with a portion of live traffic. The new feature of the AWS content delivery network simplifies blue-green and canary deployment strategies.

Amazon Releases Time Sync as Public NTP Service

Amazon recently announced the availability of Time Sync as a public NTP service. Previously available only for servers running inside AWS data centers, Time Sync utilizes a global fleet of redundant satellite-connected clocks to deliver the current time.

AWS Opens New Region in Spain

AWS recently opened a new region in Spain to offer cloud services in the Iberian Peninsula and address in-country data residency and compliance requirements. The new eu-south-2 region is based in AragΓ³n and has three availability zones.

AWS Introduces Resource Explorer to Simplify Search and Discovery of Resources

AWS recently announced the general availability of Resource Explorer, a managed capability to search and discover resources inside an AWS account. The new option is available at no additional charge and can query multiple regions but not multiple accounts.

AWS Supports Transfer of IP Addresses between Accounts

AWS recently announced Elastic IP transfer, an Amazon VPC feature to transfer IP addresses across accounts. The new option helps with organizational restructuring, centralized security administration, and disaster recovery.

Amazon EC2 Introduces Replace Root Volume to Patch Guest Operating System and Applications

AWS recently introduced the ability to replace the root volume of EC2 instances using an updated AMI without stopping them. The Replace Root Volume helps patch the guest operating system and applications but still triggers a reboot of the instance.

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Shubham Chauhan

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Renato Losio πŸ’­πŸ’₯

thanks!

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