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Why are web services important for SharePoint workflows
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GetResponse as HttpWebResponse; if null! Door 3 It feels like it must be possible to use access tokens that can be passed along similar to the FedAuth cookie. Links to this post.

Comments Monday, 1 Dec Long story short, I can capture the FedAuth token. I have also tried including more of the cookie like when it expires etc and with just the value. Nothing works where I can get connected. I am generating the token from another machine, that is the only thing that I can think of that might be causing the issue.

That or maybe I am using the wrong syntax for adding the header. For that, I set Name to "Cookie" and for Value it is: Thursday, 4 Dec Wednesday, 22 Feb Thanks for writing this blog. Recognizing that business processes often have specialized requirements, SharePoint lets you create custom workflow actions.

You can develop these custom actions by using Visual Studio, and then package and deploy them to SharePoint. At that point, the custom action becomes available to workflow authors in SharePoint Designer, exactly as if it were among the library of existing actions. This capability lets you customize the functionality in your workflow authoring environment to match any of your specialized business processes.

A sample is provided that illustrates creating a custom action. The sample, along with a readme file, is available here: Create a custom action http: A business analyst or other non-technical information worker is using SharePoint Designer to author a workflow to model an internal business process—for example, a document-approval process. However, in this company, the final step of the process is, upon final approval, to automatically dispatch the document to an external printer who prints and binds a specified number of copies of the document.

No workflow action that is included in SharePoint Designer supports dispatching a document to an external printer. Therefore, the company managers decide to invest in providing this custom action they call it the "Send Files to Printer" action for the company's information workers. Vendors expose printing web services. What the developer creates is a declarative workflow activity.

The developer also, then, creates the workflow action to provide the drag-and-drop UI for the action in SharePoint Designer. After the feature is deployed and activated, the information worker sees the new custom action, Send Files to Printer , in the SharePoint Designer UI along with all of the normally included actions and can use it just like all the others. An action is a wrapper that abstracts the functionality of its underlying activity in SharePoint Designer.

At run time, the underlying activity, not the action itself, is executed in the Windows Server AppFabric. In this sense, actions are just design-time abstractions of underlying functions in the SharePoint Designer workflow authoring environment in addition to being elements of the SharePoint Designer using interface.

Like all actions, custom actions are "web scoped"—that is, they are activated at the level of the SharePoint website, or SharePoint. Redshift Spectrum is a feature of Amazon Redshift that enables you to analyze all of your data in Amazon S3 using standard SQL, with no data loading or transformations needed.

To use this new feature, specify "Encrypted: When you specify "Encryption: If you already have an encrypted EBS volume in use then specify the snapshot ID without the "Encrypted" flag and Spot will continue to create encrypted volumes in your existing encrypted EBS snapshot. DC2 is designed for demanding data warehousing workloads that require low latency and high throughput. Reserved Instance pricing is specific to the node type purchased, and remains in effect until the reservation term ends.

AWS Marketplace customers can now subscribe to and purchase software solutions from popular software vendors, which contain multiple Amazon Machine Images AMIs from the same vendor. In addition, software vendors may now create listings that combine multiple server roles or product offerings into new predefined solutions that are specifically designed to improve security, availability or performance.

Customers can then browse these new solution listings and subscribe to them with a single click. You can now easily set up access to Amazon Elasticsearch Service from your VPC without having to configure and maintain firewall rules and IP-based access policies for each domain.

VPC support for Amazon Elasticsearch Service enhances security, simplifies network administration and is available today at no additional cost. CloudHSM is also standards-compliant and enables you to export all of your keys to most other commercially-available HSMs.

It is a fully-managed service that automates time-consuming administrative tasks for you, such as hardware provisioning, software patching, high-availability, and backups. Starting today, Amazon Lightsail customers can launch Windows virtual servers easily and for a low, predictable price.

Lightsail makes starting with Windows on AWS simple by allowing customers to launch pre-configured Windows instances with a few clicks and directly connect to them via RDP through the intuitive Lightsail web console. Customers can also track metrics, create snapshots, and manage DNS records and static IPs associated with their Windows instances.

Delivering high-quality applications is a critical priority for mobile application developers. However, it is impractical for developers to maintain a large set of local devices. Amazon Device Farm allows developers to test and debug their applications against a large set of real devices in the cloud. This new condition type allows you to use AWS WAF to restrict application access based on the geographic location of your viewers.

Regex complements the string match conditions previously available in AWS WAF, allowing you to match more sophisticated request patterns when inspecting and filtering web requests.

Amazon Elasticsearch Service now lets you enable slow logs, which provide valuable information for optimizing and troubleshooting your search and indexing operations. The slow logs are published to the Amazon CloudWatch Logs service and can be turned on or off at will. You only need to pay for the CloudWatch charges that you incur based on your usage.

No additional Amazon Elasticsearch Service fees apply. Dedicated tenancy ensures all EC2 instances that are launched in a VPC run on hardware that's dedicated to a single customer.

This is available for Amazon EMR clusters with release 5. For pricing information, please visit: Introducing Matthew and Takumi — the latest additions to the Amazon Polly text-to-speech portfolio. Today Amazon Web Services and Microsoft announced a new deep learning library, called Gluon, which allows developers of all skill levels to prototype, build, train and deploy sophisticated machine learning models for the cloud, devices at the edge and mobile apps.

RIs give you the option to reserve a database instance for a one or three year term, and in turn receive a significant discount compared to on-demand instance pricing.

With this feature, you can now set a session-based parameter to enable your case-sensitive applications to easily query Amazon Redshift.

With the new DISTINCT argument, you can now eliminate duplicate values from the specified expression before concatenating the values into a single string. Email is one of the most effective channels for customer engagement, but generic, one-size-fits-all emails typically have lower engagement rates.

Amazon SES now includes the ability to create email templates, which you can use to send personalized emails to your customers. Previously, CodePipeline checked CodeCommit periodically to see if there was a change. Stockholm now has three Points of Presence, London now has five, and Dallas has four! We are thrilled to announce another way for customers to install the Amazon Inspector agent on their EC2 instances.

Previously, customers who wanted to install the Amazon Inspector agent on a fleet had to either manually install, or build their own installation script. You can target instances you wish to install it on either by using tags or by providing instance ids. As an example, if you wanted to install the agent on all instances in an Inspector assessment target, you can specify the same tags used for creating that assessment target.

Lambda Edge enables you to personalize content with low latency, without having to manage origin servers. Starting today, Lambda Edge makes it even easier to further personalize your content by giving you access to additional attributes of the request.

You can now access query string parameters, country and device type headers in your AWS Lambda functions. This greatly simplifies application management as many secure applications or multi-tenant SaaS applications can run behind the same load balancer. The Quick Start also includes enhancements to the networking infrastructure through the deployment of Linux bastion hosts.

You can now use Apache Livy 0. Also, Apache Spark on release 5. Additionally, we have added several enhancements to Spark to improve resilience and performance during Auto Scaling. Amazon S3 is object storage with a simple web interface to store and retrieve any amount of data. Now that S3 is supported as both a source and a target, you can easily move your data between S3 buckets and any database supported by DMS.

Amazon EC2 recently transitioned from hourly to per-second billing. Previously, as your jobs completed, AWS Batch would retain idle compute resources for the majority of the billing hour in order to avoid the cost associated with additional instance launches within the hour.

With per-second billing, AWS customers are able to focus on their applications instead of maximizing usage to the hour. As a result, AWS Batch will now evaluate compute resources more frequently and immediately scale down any idle instances when there are no more runnable jobs in your job queues.

You can now configure your Amazon Kinesis Analytics applications to transform data before it is processed by your SQL code. This new feature allows you to use AWS Lambda to convert formats, enrich data, filter data, and more. There is a 1 minute minimum charge per instance in your Amazon EMR cluster, and per-second billing is applicable to clusters that are newly launched or already running.

Pricing is still listed on a per-hour basis, but bills are now calculated down to the second and show times in decimal form.

Please visit the Amazon EMR pricing page for more information on per-second billing. This Quick Start provides the fundamentals for implementing identity and isolation in multi-tenant software as a service SaaS environments, using Amazon Cognito as the underlying identity provider.

You can now configure your Amazon Kinesis Analytics applications to automatically discover the schema of an Amazon S3 object. This new feature allows you to infer the schema for your streaming application by specifying sample data stored in S3.

Kinesis Analytics infers column names, data types, and position of the data elements in the sample. With this new feature, you can predefine your schema prior to sending records to your Kinesis Firehose or Kinesis Streams.

This builds upon the current functionality which infers the schema based on a sample of records from your data stream. These capabilities help ensure your SQL Server deployments meet your performance, manageability, security, and availability requirements while benefitting from the scale and agility of the AWS Cloud.

These new features allow customers to better self-manage their VPNs, eliminating inside tunnel IP address conflicts, and enable support for additional devices. Built-in slot types enable you to easily and quickly define slots in your chatbot to enable accurate resolution of user responses. Percentage slot type enables resolution to percentage values.

Percentage slot type further expands the Amazon Lex built-in slot library total to We are excited to announce that Amazon EC2 usage of Linux based instances that are launched in On-Demand, Reserved and Spot form will be billed on one second increments, with a minimum of 60 seconds. Today we are releasing enhancements to the AWS Lambda console that make it easier to create, configure, and test Lambda functions. You can now save up to ten test events for each Lambda function. You can access these saved test events from any machine or browser using the console.

Previously, you were limited to only one saved test event per account, and you needed to use the same browser on the same machine in order to access the saved test event. With over improvements, fixes, and features, this release introduces two new tools to help game teams create high quality and complex gameplay with less engineering resources.

Additionally, Lumberyard Beta 1. You can use the Filter transform to remove rows that do not meet a specified condition and quickly refine your dataset. You can combine multiple fields in a dataset into a single field using the Map transform. You can also use the Map transform to do a lookup. To learn more, please visit the Filter and Map documentation.

You also can join Amazon EC2 Windows instances to your on-premises AD domain and manage the instances using group policy objects. Starting today, you can further improve security for your web applications on Amazon CloudFront by selecting a pre-defined security policy that enforces TLS version 1.

Amazon CloudFront will automatically select the cipher suite for your selected security policy which it will use to encrypt your content before returning it to viewers over HTTPS.

For instance, with this feature, you can select the security policy that enforces TLS version 1. AWS CodeBuild now allows you to build GitHub pull requests, making it easier to collaborate across your team while editing and building your application code with CodeBuild. These changes help Amazon Pinpoint customers reach more customers on more devices around the world using push notifications, one of the most effective channels for increasing customer engagement with applications. Starting today you can log, continuously monitor, and record account activity related to actions taken in the Amazon Chime console, using AWS CloudTrail.

Using the information collected by CloudTrail, you can track Amazon Chime console actions related to your team or enterprise account, as well as user account administration and license management.

CloudTrail allows you to record the action taken, as well as the source IP address, who took the action, and when it was taken. AWS CloudFormation now allows you to protect a stack from being accidently deleted. You can enable termination protection on a stack when you create it. If you attempt to delete a stack with termination protection enabled, the deletion fails and the stack, including its status, will remain unchanged.

To delete a stack you need to first disable termination protection. AWS is pleased to release a major update to the Splunk Enterprise Quick Start, focused on high availability and ease of use. Amazon QuickSight users can now create analyses from dashboards within their account. This allows users to quickly create customized views of dashboard content by modifying existing visuals or adding new visuals.

New users may utilize this capability to get started quickly by creating QuickSight analyses from dashboards shared with them. For data administrators, this capability reduces requests for customizations of dashboards and enables faster onboarding of users to QuickSight.

Amazon Cognito User Pools provide user directories that makes it easy to add sign-up and sign-in to your mobile or web application. Amazon Pinpoint provides analytics and targeted campaigns to drive user engagement in mobile apps using push notifications.

This feature will thus enable user based analytics within Amazon Pinpoint. You can drill into the data for different date ranges or attributes like device platform, device locale, app version etc. You can also set up user attributes specific to your app using the Pinpoint SDK.

These can then be used to segment your users on Pinpoint and send them targeted push notifications, emails, and SMS text messages. Starting today, Amazon Chime users can perform a set of quick actions directly from the lock screen and the app icon when using iOS devices, including the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.

From the lock screen, users can quickly respond to messages, mute notifications, join or decline meetings, or notify participants that they are running late, without the need to unlock their devices and open the Amazon Chime app.

By using 3D Touch with the Amazon Chime app icon, users can start a new conversation or an instant meeting. Quick actions allow users to respond to Amazon Chime activities with fewer interruptions. Application history is updated throughout runtime, and the history is available for up to seven days after the application is complete.

Additionally, application history is still viewable after you terminate your Amazon EMR cluster. For each Spark application, you can drill down into granular information and easily view logs in Amazon S3 for each Spark job, task, stage, and executor.

You can use this Qubole environment to process and analyze your own datasets, and extend it for your specific use cases. The Quick Start also deploys an optional environment with prepopulated data, notebooks, and queries to analyze structured and semi-structured data, in order to gain key business insights into product sales performance. Linux capabilities give fine grained access control to processes without granting them root access to a system.

In addition to this new city, a third Edge location is now live in Seattle, Washington. You can now use additional built-in slot types for phone numbers, speed and weight with your Amazon Lex chatbot. Previously, you had to manually add individual S3 buckets in your account to track S3 object-level operations, and repeat the process for each new S3 bucket.

Now, you can automatically log S3 Data Events for all of your new and existing S3 buckets with a few clicks. This ensures that all S3 object-level API activity in your account is recorded to help with your data exfiltration and S3 objects usage analysis.

Load balancing across AWS and on-premises resources using the same load balancer makes it easy for you to migrate-to-cloud, burst-to-cloud, or failover-to-cloud. After you have signed in with these alternative factors of authentication, you can access your AWS account to reset your lost MFA device.

Amazon RDS for Oracle now supports customer-initiated upgrade of snapshots for deprecated Oracle Database versions You can now use 6 new stream processing functions in your Amazon Kinesis Analytics applications to process streaming data in real-time. You can now use Request Attributes on Amazon Lex to pass specific information from the client to Amazon Lex as part of each request. Today, Amazon AppStream 2. With this addition, you can now select between two different types of fleets when building your AppStream 2.

With Always-On fleets, users get instant-on access to their applications, but you are charged streaming fees for all instances in the fleet, even if no users are connected. With On-Demand fleets, users experience a small delay accessing their first application. However, you are only charged streaming fees for instances when users are connected, and a small, fixed hourly fee for instances in your fleet that are not being used. On-Demand fleets provide an additional way to help you reduce your streaming costs while retaining the capability to use features such as auto-scaling your fleet size based on user demand, monitoring, and easy updates to your applications.

AWS Mobile Hub has released a React Native starter project with a Deploy to Mobile Hub button that leverages recently released functionality to configure an entire backend for mobile applications with a single click. Amazon EC2 Spot now allows Amazon EBS-backed instances to be stopped in the event of interruption, instead of being terminated when capacity is no longer available at your preferred price.

Spot can then fulfill your request by restarting instances from a stopped state when capacity is available within your price and time requirements. When capacity is available again within your price and time requirements, Spot will restart your instance.

Upon restart, the EBS root device is restored from its prior state, previously attached data volumes are reattached, and the instance retains its instance ID. The AMI comes pre-installed with popular deep learning frameworks.

It has GPU drivers and libraries that let you train sophisticated AI models and scale them in the cloud. Delivering quality mobile applications is a key issue for mobile developers as mobile application users are becoming more demanding and their attention is increasingly divided. Amazon EC2 Systems Manager Run Command now supports additional access control with tag-based permissions and multi-tag targeting.

For more information read here. Today, we updated policy summaries to help you identify and correct errors in your IAM policies. When you set permissions using policies, for each action you specify, you must match that action to supported resources or conditions.

Now, you will see a warning if these policy elements actions, resources, and conditions defined in an IAM policy do not match. With this update, policy summaries make it easy to detect if a policy includes an action that does not support the resource or condition specified.

This Quick Start is no longer available. You can now pass information to your Amazon API Gateway custom authorizers via request parameters including headers, paths, query strings, stage variables, or context variables. Amazon Inspector is pleased to announce expanded support for security assessments on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7. To run security assessments, simply install the Amazon Inspector AWS Agent on the desired EC2 instance, configure your assessment in the Amazon Inspector console, and run your assessment.

Audit logs include events such as database logins, user information, details of queries executed, and impacted tables. For example, you can define metrics for DML Data Manipulation Language queries performed on critical tables, and set up alarms. These alarms can alert you whenever undesired changes are made to your tables. Additionally, you can create graphs and dashboards with CloudWatch to visualize activity in your database, detect patterns, and identify issues at a glance.

AWS CodeBuild now further enhances securing your build environment. CodeBuild can now store sensitive information as secrets, which can now get directly passed to your build jobs.

This can be achieved by modifying the parameter store directly in your buildspec. This makes it easy for administrators to review file and user activities for legal, regulatory, compliance, or internal inquiries.

You can now create a view that spans Amazon Redshift and Redshift Spectrum external tables. With late-binding views, table binding will take place at runtime, providing your users and applications with seamless access to query data.

Late-binding views allows you to drop and make changes to referenced tables without affecting the views.

With this feature, you can query frequently accessed data in your Amazon Redshift cluster and less-frequently accessed data in Amazon S3, using a single view.

Simply archive historical data to Amazon S3, create an external table referencing the relevant files, and then create a view referencing both the Amazon Redshift and the Redshift Spectrum external tables.

Using APEX, developers can build applications entirely within their web browser. A small cluster can be deployed in about 25 minutes. Amazon WorkMail now supports sending with aliases. Sending with aliases allows users to send email using an alternative email address. With this feature, users can easily assume different roles when communicating with external parties.

The new alias functionality is available in the Amazon WorkMail web application and other supported clients. To use this feature, visit Send as an Alias. Building your chatbot in the Amazon Lex console takes just a few steps, and now enhancements to the test console provide more details, for easy troubleshooting. The test console dynamically displays information related to dialog state as you interact with your bot.

This allows you to keep track of the conversation flow. The response detail gives you deeper visibility into the bot interaction and the current state of the dialog as you troubleshoot and debug your chatbot.

Amazon EC2 X1 instances were launched to extend the elasticity, simplicity, and cost savings of the AWS cloud to enterprise-grade applications with the largest dataset requirements for our customers.

Today, we are excited to announce the general availability of a new EC2 instance in the X1 family — x1e. This new instance enables customers to run larger in-memory databases, such as SAP HANA, and other memory-intensive and latency sensitive workloads compared to the previously available X1 instances. Customers in Houston can now establish a dedicated network connection from their premise to AWS. Customers in Canberra can now establish a dedicated network connection from their premise to AWS.

Amazon Pinpoint now supports two-way text messaging which enables Amazon Pinpoint customers to receive text messages from their users. When a user replies back to a text message, Amazon Pinpoint will pass that text message to the customer who can programmatically respond back to that text message.

You can now use Commvault V11 and the Storage Gateway VTL to backup and archive application data to scalable, cost-effective, and secure Amazon S3 and Amazon Glacier storage, while preserving established tape management processes.

Now, you can get notified whenever there is a pipeline, stage, or action status change in AWS CodePipeline. This makes it easy for you to track, manage, and react to any changes during a pipeline execution.

Learn how to configure CodePipeline notifications by visiting here. You can also follow our step by step tutorial to receive a notification on pipeline state change here.

The updated SDK package includes a full changelog. AWS Glue is a fully managed extract, transform, and load ETL service that makes it easy for customers to prepare and load their data for analytics.

AWS Glue is serverless, so there is no infrastructure to set up or manage. Once cataloged, your data is immediately searchable, queryable, and available for ETL. With AWS Glue, data can be available for analytics in minutes. The new IAM console role-creation wizard helps you create the correct type of role with the right permissions with a better organized role creation workflow.

You can now use the new dynamic range compression DRC tag to enhance the volume of certain sounds in your audio file. The sounds in an audio file range from softer sounds to louder, depending on the text, the language, and the voice.

For example, conflicting ambient sounds such as those of a moving vehicle can often mask the softer sounds, making the audio track difficult to hear clearly.

This is especially suitable for audio to be used in noisy environments. DRC is a boolean parameter meaning that it's either on or off that can be used with any Amazon Polly supported voice or language. It can be used for an entire section of text, or only for a few words, based on your needs. This capability makes it easier to debug issues, conduct security audits, and run business analytics. With near real-time log delivery, customers can react quickly to events, and the power of CloudWatch Logs makes it easy to search, export, or archive your query logs.

Your analytics and search applications can now benefit from support for Elasticsearch 5. AWS Batch is a fully-managed service that enables developers, scientists, and engineers to easily and efficiently run hundreds of thousands of batch computing jobs on AWS. With AWS Batch, there is no need to install and manage batch computing software or server clusters that you use to run your jobs, allowing you to focus on analyzing results and solving problems.

Customers can now manage Raspberry Pi devices just like any other Linux server. You can setup CloudWatch Alarms to notify you of crossing thresholds. All metrics are provided with a 1 min frequency. We are pleased to announce the launch of a new Network Load Balancer for the Elastic Load Balancing service designed to handle millions of requests per second while maintaining ultra-low latencies. This new load balancer is optimized to handle volatile traffic patterns while using a single static IP address per Availability Zone.

It also preserves the client side source IP, allowing applications to see the IP address of the client that can then be used by applications for further processing.

With this release, MXNet hit major milestones, both in terms of community development and as an incubating Apache project. Contributors—including developers from Apple, Samsung and Microsoft—committed code to this release.

There are over contributors on the project so far. The project has now fully migrated its codebase to Apache and has made its first official release as an incubating project. This post covers some of the key features included with this release. Using the Amazon WorkDocs API, these applications can programmatically manage user content, feedback, metadata, labels, permission, activity tracking, and notifications at a user level.

You can easily build or integrate security, enterprise content management systems, productivity, project management, and other applications with Amazon WorkDocs.

This new Graphics Design instance type allows you to run graphics applications at a fraction of the cost of using graphics workstations, and reduces the cost of streaming graphics applications with AppStream 2. With this launch, AppStream 2. Starting today, Amazon GameLift supports game deployment to five additional regions. Amazon EC2 instances now provide a maximum bandwidth of 25 Gbps. All of these instances, including those already running, can take advantage of the additional network bandwidth without any additional steps.

Previously, only unencrypted databases were supported. Migration can be done either by restoring an RDS MySQL snapshot to Aurora, or by creating an Aurora Read Replica, which has the advantage of automating the copying and replication and minimizing downtime.

Since we made Amazon EC2 F1 instances generally available earlier this year, we have seen exciting adoption by customers, partners and the developer and research community.

Customers are using F1 for accelerating a diverse set of applications such as genomic processing, data analytics, security, image and video processing and machine learning. This expansion into a new AWS Region allows you to provision WorkSpaces closer to your users, providing a more responsive experience. Additionally, you can quickly add or remove WorkSpaces to meet changing demand, without the added cost and complexity of on-premises VDI infrastructure.

If you're using Route 53 traffic flow, you can now use geoproximity routing, which lets you route traffic based on the physical distance between your users and your resources. You can also route more or less traffic to each resource by specifying a positive or negative bias. Starting today, you can search for your data sets, analyses and dashboards in QuickSight using the unified search box, making it faster and easier for find and access your data.

Additionally, we are introducing Filter Groups. You can now create a filter group in QuickSight with multiple filter conditions that are evaluated together using the OR operation. Across filter groups, the AND operation is applied. This provides you with more flexibility to apply advanced filtering criteria to your data. Amazon S3 customers can now create data sets and analyses of their S3 Analytics data that spans across multiple S3 buckets and configs.

This allows you to analyze and optimize your S3 usage using a single comprehensive QuickSight dashboard. We are excited to announce that you can now add horizontal annotations to your graphs and dashboards in CloudWatch. You can specify the alarms and the thresholds you want AWS CloudFormation to monitor, and if any of the alarms are breached, CloudFormation rolls back the entire stack operation to the previous deployed state. You can also load balance to resources outside the VPC hosting the load balancer using their IP addresses as targets.

Customers in Boston can now establish a dedicated network connection from their premise to AWS. You can now provide synonyms for slot values in Amazon Lex. With the synonym functionality, you can specify multiple synonyms for a slot value in your chatbot. The synonyms specified are resolved to the corresponding slot values. You can optimize your business logic to implement code for just the slot value instead of entire set of synonyms. In addition, the chatbot automatically resolves minor variants of the slot value to the original value without the user having to explicitly specify the synonym.

Amazon EC2 now allows customers to add a short description to individual security group rules. Using this functionality, customers can add details like when and why a certain security group rule was created or updated. This functionality simplifies management of security groups as customers no longer need to track this information using spreadsheets or documents. Elastic GPUs allow you to easily attach low-cost graphics acceleration to a wide range of EC2 instances over the network.

Simply choose an instance with the right amount of compute, memory, and storage for your application, and then use Elastic GPUs to add the GPU resources needed to accelerate the graphics performance of your application for a fraction of the cost of standalone graphics instances.

Following on the heels of the original database cloning announcement in June , copy operation time has been substantially reduced so entire multi-terabyte database clusters can be cloned in minutes. You can now deploy applications using Windows.

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