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News and highlights from AWS re:Invent 2018!

With over 80 announcements at the event (60+ the week before!) – we stormed through each and every one and, together, we decided which are the new AWS features that, in our experience, are going to benefit most both customers and engineers. So here are our TOP 5 AWS re:Invent 2018 highlights!

By Alex Moore | January 3, 2019

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re:Invent 2017, what's new on AWS?

re:Invent 2017 is the place to be if you want to discover what is new on AWS. Not everybody has the time or the resources to go for a week to the conference, so we, as faithful AWS Partners, go there and bring you information on the new features and services presented there.

By José Luis Martínez | December 5, 2017

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PAWS, a Perl SDK for AWS

There was not a Perl SDK for AWS and, as we are heavy AWS users, we needed native Perl support for all AWS services. So we developed Paws, a data-driven open-sourced SDK that takes advantage of modern Perl. Discover the perks of using Paws and contribute!

By José Luis Martínez | July 28, 2017

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Cloud Cost Efficiency 101

Super basic approach on how to achieve cloud cost efficiency thanks to the agility in cloud environments. Your very first days working with cloud environments can be a little confusing because you are not used to its different paradigm, and some of your early questions may have easy answers. Looking for advice, many companies ask us how to be cost-efficient when getting started on the cloud. Even though this post may seem a little too basic, we think it may help those who have some early doubts, also helping some companies to save some money when they get started with the cloud. In "Cloud Cost efficiency 101" you will learn how to be Cloud cost-efficient in testing and preproduction environments on Amazon Web Services using simple AWS CLI commands.

By Sergio López | January 12, 2017

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Hello AWS re:Invent 2016, we're back!

Another year at AWS re:Invent 2016. This event that each year becomes more popular and hits attendance records every time. Every year full of thousands of adepts that can't wait to know all the news and the company's strategy, which sets the trend on the public cloud. This year it was especially curious. Jeff Barr kept posting news on his blog and twitter, advancing more news before AWS re:Invent 2016. That foreshadow an event full of news. In a way, it didn't deceive.

By Sergi Pruneda | December 21, 2016

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