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Amazon AWS Announces New Data Transfer Pricing For CloudFront

AWS Announces New Data Transfer Pricing We’re pleased to announce that we’re lowering our pricing for AWS data transfer, effective July 1, 2011. We’ve often told you that one of our goals is to drive down costs continuously and to pass those savings on. We’ve reduced prices on over a dozen occasions over the last

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Amazon Web Services (AWS) Annouced Live Streaming For CloudFront

Announcing Live Streaming for Amazon CloudFront Using Amazon CloudFront with Amazon EC2 running Adobe’s Flash® Media Server and Amazon Route 53 (AWS’s DNS service), you can now easily and cost-effectively deliver your live video via AWS. And, we’ve made it simple to get started by creating an AWS CloudFormation template that handles all of the

Paris, France To Serve End Users Of Amazon CloudFront And Amazon Route 53.

Paris, France To Serve End Users Of Amazon CloudFront And Amazon Route 53.

Amazon adds new edge location in Paris, France to serve end users of Amazon CloudFront and Amazon Route 53. Cloud Front and Route 53 now have a total of 5 edge locations in Europe, and 18 total edge locations worldwide. Each new edge location helps lower latency and improves performance for your end users in that

Practically Speaking About Cloud Computing: CDN and Amazon CloudFront

Practically Speaking About Cloud Computing: CDN and Amazon CloudFront: High performance websites need efficient content delivery networks. A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a collection of servers distributed across various geo-graphical locations. The distribution of the web servers in the network makes it accessible from nearest point with lesser hops. The

Amazon CloudFront Updates New Feature

Amazon CloudFront Updates New Feature

 We are excited to inform you about a new feature we’ve recently added to Amazon CloudFront, AWS’s easy to use content delivery network. You now have the ability to assign a default root object to your HTTP or HTTPS distribution. This default object will be served when Amazon CloudFront receives a request for the