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    Using Amazon CloudWatch Lambda Insights to Improve Operational Visibility

    To balance costs, while at the same time ensuring the service levels needed to meet business requirements are met, some customers elect to continuously monitor and optimize their AWS Lambda functions. They collect and analyze metrics and logs to monitor performance, and to isolate errors for troubleshooting purposes. Additionally, they also seek to right-size function […] [Read More]

    New – Fully Serverless Batch Computing with AWS Batch Support for AWS Fargate

    We launched AWS Batch on December 2016 as a fully managed batch computing service that enables developers, scientists and engineers to easily and efficiently run hundreds of thousands of batch computing jobs on AWS. With AWS Batch, you no longer need to install and manage batch computing software or server clusters to run your jobs. […] [Read More]

    New – SaaS Lens in AWS Well-Architected Tool

    To help you build secure, high-performing, resilient, and efficient solutions on AWS, in 2015 we publicly launched the AWS Well-Architected Framework. It started as a single whitepaper but has expanded to include domain-specific lenses, hands-on labs, and the AWS Well-Architected Tool (available at no cost in the AWS Management Console) that provides a mechanism for […] [Read More]

    AWS Marketplace Now Offers Professional Services

    Now with AWS Marketplace, customers can not only find and buy third-party software but also the professional services needed to support the full lifecycle of those products, including planning, deployment and support. This simplifies the software supply chain including tasks like managing provider relationships and procurement processes and also consolidates billing and invoices in one […] [Read More]

    Managed Entitlements in AWS License Manager Streamlines License Tracking and Distribution for Customers and ISVs

    AWS License Manager is a service that helps you easily manage software licenses from vendors such as Microsoft, SAP, Oracle, and IBM across your Amazon Web Services (AWS) and on-premises environments. You can define rules based on your licensing agreements to prevent license violations, such as using more licenses than are available. You can set […] [Read More]

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