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How to use Amazon GuardDuty and AWS Web Application Firewall to automatically block suspicious hosts | Amazon Web Services

When you’re implementing security measures across your AWS resources, you should use a holistic approach that incorporates controls across multiple areas. In the Cloud Adoption Framework (CAF) Security perspective whitepaper, we define these controls across four categories. Directive controls....

AWS Disaster Response Program: Enhance Your DR Capabilities | Amazon Web Services

Many nonprofits are called upon in mission-critical situations, when they don’t have time to waste on IT because lives may be on the line. The new AWS Disaster Response Program enables disaster response organizations access to cloud services at the edge, even in the harshest conditions.

Introducing the AWS Nonprofit Competency Program | Amazon Web Services

Now more than ever, nonprofits are using IT to reduce costs and maximize operational efficiency. We are excited to announce the new AWS Nonprofit Competency Program, highlighting our top APN Partners that have built solutions on AWS that support the unique missions of the nonprofits they serve....

Now Available: R5, R5d, and z1d Instances | Amazon Web Services

Just last week I told you about our plans to launch EC2 Instances with Faster Processors and More Memory. Today I am happy to report that the R5, R5d, and z1d instances are available now and you can start using them today. Let’s take a look at each one! R5 Instances The memory-optimized R5...

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Building Serverless Mobile Applications with React Native & AWS

In this post, we’ll look at how to build fully serverless & backendless mobile applications with AWS Amplify & React Native that include…

How to build a React website in AWS within 15 minutes

This tutorial will help you launch a simple personal or professional website hosted in AWS S3 and built using React. React is a Javascript…