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  • Amazon EC2 adds features to combat email blacklisting

    In response to numerous complaints, Amazon Web Services is adding features to EC2 that will make it harder for its users to be tagged as spammers.

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  • New tool uses S3 to reap AWS cost savings

    A new company has emerged from stealth with an alternative to AWS Auto Scaling Groups for SMBs in search of EC2 cost saving tricks.

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  • Tor Cloud Project killed-off by failure to fix software bugs

    Tor calls time on Amazon EC2-based cloud project after inability to fix software bugs prevented users from accessing the internet

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  • Amazon unveils Docker-friendly container service and EC2 instance

    Amazon has launched its free, Docker-friendly EC2 container management service

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  • Sizing, pricing Amazon Web Services EC2 instance types

    Bill Claybrook compares complex sizing and pricing issues when choosing EC2 instance types.

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  • Embedding IAM roles in EC2 instances

    Configuring role-based security within AWS lets you associate an IAM role with an instance. And that can improve security and help you better manage your instances.

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