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    New –  Attribute-Based Access Control with AWS Single Sign-On

    Starting today, you can pass user attributes in the AWS session when your workforce sign-in into the cloud using AWS Single Sign-On. This gives you the centralized account access management of AWS Single Sign-On and ABAC, with the flexibility to use AWS SSO, Active Directory, or an external identity provider as your identity source. To […] [Read More]

    Introducing Amazon Managed Workflows for Apache Airflow (MWAA)

    As the volume and complexity of your data processing pipelines increase, you can simplify the overall process by decomposing it into a series of smaller tasks and coordinate the execution of these tasks as part of a workflow. To do so, many developers and data engineers use Apache Airflow, a platform created by the community […] [Read More]

    New – Code Signing, a Trust and Integrity Control for AWS Lambda

    Code signing is an industry standard technique used to confirm that the code is unaltered and from a trusted publisher. Code running inside AWS Lambda functions is executed on highly hardened systems and runs in a secure manner. However, function code is susceptible to alteration as it moves through deployment pipelines that run outside AWS. […] [Read More]

    New – Multi-Factor Authentication with WebAuthn for AWS SSO

    Starting today, you can add WebAuthn as a new multi-factor authentication (MFA) to AWS Single Sign-On, in addition to currently supported one-time password (OTP) and Radius authenticators. By adding support for WebAuthn, a W3C specification developed in coordination with FIDO Alliance, you can now authenticate with a wide variety of interoperable authenticators provisioned by your […] [Read More]

    Multi-Region Replication Now Enabled for AWS Managed Microsoft Active Directory

    Our customers build applications that need to serve users that live in all corners of the world. When listening to our customers, they told us that whilst they were comfortable building Active Directory (AD) aware applications on AWS, making them work globally can be a real challenge. Customers told us that AWS Directory Service for […] [Read More]

Own your own server

Shared hosting is great to start and reduce the costs of hosting: you share a server with many other customers, and each customer is paying a slice of the server.

However at some stage your website becomes so: big, successful, and popular that you have outgrown a shared hosting service.

This is when you can switch to have your own server!

There was a time (not so long ago) where: this customer had to pick a dedicated server (which was very costly). The middle step was a VPS.

Today the situation is even easier and cheaper than before: you can switch to the cloud and get your own server for a small fee! Just pay for the support: either per hour or a flat fee. Scale up or down has per your needs.

Our instance plans are perfect to start your hosting journey, each step at a time!

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