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Boost your infrastructure with the AWS CDK

This guest post is by AWS Container Hero Philipp Garbe. Philipp works as Lead Platform Engineer at Scout24 in Germany. He is driven by technologies and tools that allow him to release faster and more often. He expects that every commit automatically goes into production. You can find him on Twitter at @pgarbe. Infrastructure as […]

The Best Free Creative Resume Templates for 2019

Get your free, creative resume templates for 2019 right here.

Tech 101: What is Digital Marketing?

Everything you need to know to dive into digital marketing!

Using AWS AI and Amazon Sumerian in IT Education

This guest post is by AWS Machine Learning Hero, Cyrus Wong. Cyrus is a Data Scientist at the Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Lee Wai Lee) Cloud Innovation Centre. He has achieved all nine AWS Certifications and enjoys sharing his AWS knowledge with others through open-source projects, blog posts, and events. Our institution (IVE) […]

7 Essential Tips for Conquering Work from Home Loneliness

Working from home doesn’t have to mean feeling alone.

5G: The Complete WIRED Guide

The future depends on connectivity. From artificial intelligence and self-driving cars to telemedicine and mixed reality to as yet undreamt technologies, all the things we hope will make our lives easier, safer, and healthier will

Now Open – AWS Europe (Stockholm) Region

The AWS Region in Sweden that I promised you last year is now open and you can start using it today! The official name is and the API name is eu-north-1. This is our fifth region in Europe, joining the existing regions in , , , and . Together, these regions provide you with a […]

And Now a Word from Our AWS Heroes…

Whew! Now that 2018 has wrapped up, the AWS Blog Team is taking some time to relax, recharge, and to prepare for 2019. In order to wrap up the year in style, we have asked several of the to write guest blog posts on an AWS-related topic of their choice. You will get to hear […]

Learn about New AWS re:Invent Launches – December AWS Online Tech Talks

Join us in the next couple weeks to learn about some of the new service and feature launches from re:Invent 2018. Learn about features and benefits, watch live demos and ask questions! We’ll have AWS experts online to answer any questions you may have. Register today! Note – All sessions are free and in Pacific […]

New – EC2 P3dn GPU Instances with 100 Gbps Networking & Local NVMe Storage for Faster Machine Learning + P3 Price Reduction

Late last year I told you about Amazon EC2 P3 instances and also spent some time discussing the concept of the Tensor Core, a specialized compute unit that is designed to accelerate machine learning training and inferencing for large, deep neural networks. Our customers love P3 instances and are using them to run a wide […]

Data Breaches: The Complete WIRED Guide

Another week, another massive new corporate security breach that exposes your personal data. Names, email addresses, passwords, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, credit card numbers, banking data, passport numbers, phone numbers, home addresses, driver’s

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Awesome tech companies that encourage and champion the remote working lifestyle.

9 Skills Every Successful Web Designer Needs—And How to Learn Them

Take your web design to the next level with these 9 skills.

Tech 101: UX Versus UI—What’s the Difference?

What differentiates UX from UI? Read our guide and find out!

New – AWS Well-Architected Tool – Review Workloads Against Best Practices

Back in 2015 we launched the AWS Well-Architected Framework and I asked Are You Well-Architected? The framework includes five pillars that encapsulate a set of core strategies and best practices for architecting systems in the cloud: Operational Excellence – Running and managing systems to deliver business value. Security – Protecting information and systems. Reliability – […]

New for AWS Lambda – Use Any Programming Language and Share Common Components

I remember the excitement when was announced in 2014! Four years on, customers are using functions for many different use cases. For example, iRobot is using AWS Lambda to provide compute services for their Roomba robotic vacuum cleaners, Fannie Mae to run Monte Carlo simulations for millions of mortgages, Bustle to serve billions of requests for their digital content. Today, we are introducing […]

New – Compute, Database, Messaging, Analytics, and Machine Learning Integration for AWS Step Functions

is a fully managed workflow service for application developers. You can think & work at a high level, connecting and coordinating activities in a reliable and repeatable way, while keeping your business logic separate from your workflow logic. After you design and test your workflows (which we call state machines), you can deploy them at […]

New – AWS Toolkits for PyCharm, IntelliJ (Preview), and Visual Studio Code (Preview)

Software developers have their own preferred tools. Some use powerful editors, others Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) that are tailored for specific languages and platforms. In 2014 I created my first function using the editor in the console. Now, you can choose from a rich set of tools to build and deploy serverless applications. For example, the […]

AWS Cloud Map: Easily create and maintain custom maps of your applications

Companies are increasingly building their applications as microservices (many separate services that each do a single job). Microservices often allow companies to iterate and deploy more quickly. Many of these microservice-based modern applications are built using various types of cloud resources and deployed on dynamically changing infrastructure. Previously you had to use configuration files to […]

New – Hibernate Your EC2 Instances

As you know, you can easily build highly scalable AWS applications that launch fresh EC2 instances on an as-needed basis. While the instances can be up and running in a matter of seconds, booting the operating system and the application can take considerable time. Also, caches and other memory-centric application components can take some time […]