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What is the Difference Between AWS Snapshot and Backup?

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Ever-increasing amounts of business-critical data, particularly in virtualized environments and in the cloud, have shaped the need for reliable data protection technologies. Many of these technologies have emerged over the last few years, offering a wide selection of options and flexibility in choosing the right solution. The plethora of options, in turn, has led to […]

How to Extend your Office 365 Investment to AWS – AWS re:Invent 2017 Video

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Many enterprises choosing to adopt Office 365 for business productivity continue to use Amazon EC2 instances to run Microsoft workloads that require highly advanced functionality and customization. In addition, many enterprise deployments of Office 365 have requirements to manage and synchronize user profiles to Office 365, such as restricting user access and providing secure mobile […]

Getting Started with Docker on AWS – AWS re:Invent 2017 Video

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AWS is an elastic, secure, flexible, and developer-centric ecosystem that serves as an ideal platform for Docker deployments. AWS offers the scalable infrastructure, APIs, and SDKs that integrate tightly into a development lifecycle and accentuate the benefits of the lightweight and portable containers that Docker offers. In this session, you learn the benefits of containers, […]

Datrium DVX makes EC2 and HCI seem like Complex Old Systems

While setting up couple AWS EC2 instances a few days ago, I noticed that despite the higher level abstraction and orchestration provided by cloud services I still needed to understand quite a lot about application behavior to properly stand-up a solution that would cater for my business. Luckily I was just playing around with some […]

Citrix: 3 Pillars of DaaS Success – Webinar & FAQ

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Desktops-as-a-Service (DaaS) is a hot topic. Thank you to all that attended the December 13 webinar, Getting to the State of OPEX: 3 Pillars of DaaS Success, and for the insightful questions you raised. Due to the great participation we had during the live webinar, we received more questions than we were able to answer in […]

GPU (G3) Applications in Media and Entertainment Workloads – AWS re:Invent 2017 Video

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GPUs have a large application in Media and Entertainment workloads. From backend video processing and creation workloads such as VFX/Rendering, transcoding and broadcast playout to high-end creatives as well as video editing workloads. Backed by the NVIDIA Tesla M60 GPUs, G3 instances offer unparalleled power and flexibility to do complex modeling, 3D visualization, computer aided […]

Optimizing Network Performance for Amazon EC2 Instances – AWS re:Invent 2017 Video

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Many customers are using Amazon EC2 instances to run applications with high performance networking requirements. In this session, we provide an overview of Amazon EC2 network performance features—such as enhanced networking, ENA, and placement groups—and discuss how we are innovating on behalf of our customers to improve networking performance in a scalable and cost-effective manner. […]

AWS and NICE announce the general availability of Desktop Cloud Visualization

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DCV 2017 introduces new and improved capabilities for on-premises deployments as outlined below. DCV is now also available for installation and usage on EC2 instances within a customer’s AWS account at no added cost. There is no upfront commitment or long-term contract for DCV usage on AWS, pay only for your AWS resource utilization per […]

AWS re:Invent 2017 Video – Amazon EC2 Elastic GPUs

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Simply choose an instance with the right amount of compute, memory, and storage for your application, and then use Elastic GPUs to add the GPU resources needed to accelerate the graphics performance of your application for a fraction of the cost of standalone graphics instances. Amazon EC2 Elastic GPUs make it easy to attach graphics […]

AWS Video: Deep Dive on New Amazon EC2 Instances and Virtualization Technologies

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Over the last 11 years, the Amazon EC2 virtualization platform has quietly evolved to take advantage of unique hardware and silicon, an accelerated network and storage architecture, and with the launch of C5 Instances, a bespoke hypervisor to deliver the maximum amount of resources and performance to instances. Come to this deep dive to get […]

AWS re:Invent 2017 Video: And You Thought You Knew Amazon EC2

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When is the last time you explored the nooks and crannies of Amazon EC2? While you weren’t looking, AWS leveled it up with more features and capabilities than you can shake a shell at. This talk explores the newest, shiniest Amazon EC2 features, including the Amazon EC2 Systems Manager and the Application Load Balancer, served […]

Introducing Amazon Linux 2

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Amazon Linux 2 is the next generation Amazon Linux operating system. It provides a high performance, stable, and secure execution environment for cloud and enterprise applications. Amazon Linux 2 will offer extended availability of software updates for the core operating system through 5 years of long-term support and provides access to the latest software packages […]

Amazon EC2 P3 Instances, most powerful GPU compute instances in the cloud, now available in additional AWS Regions

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Amazon EC2 P3 instances are now available in AWS US East (Ohio), Asia Pacific (Seoul) and AWS GovCloud (US) Regions. P3 instances, the next-generation of EC2 compute-optimized GPU instances, are powered by up to 8 of the latest-generation NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs and are ideal for computationally advanced workloads such as machine learning (ML), high […]

Amazon ECS Supports Memory and CPU Limits at the Task Level

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A task consists of a group of containers running together on a single host. You can now set a limit on the resources available to a task running on Amazon ECS. Previously, you had to set resource limits for each container running within a task separately. Now, you can set a limit on the amount […]

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