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27Aug 2018

Amazon WorkSpaces Web Access is now available for WorkSpaces running Windows 10, previously available only for Windows 7. You can access your Windows 10 WorkSpaces via Chrome or Firefox web browsers running on Windows, Mac OS, Linux, or Chrome OS. With Web Access, you don’t have to download or install anything, and you can securely access your WorkSpace from a public computer without leaving any private or cached data behind.

27Aug 2018

AWS Direct Connect is now live at its first location in the Middle East in Dubai, United Arab Emirates at Equinix DX1. In the Management Console, this location can be found under its home region of EU (Ireland). Customers in the Middle East can now establish a dedicated network connection from their premises to AWS. With global access for AWS Direct Connect, you can use this location and reach AWS resources in any global AWS region using global public VIFs and Direct Connect Gateway. When connecting to any AWS region, your data will not hairpin via the home region of EU (Ireland) if it is not in the shortest path to your desired AWS region.

26Aug 2018

AWS Direct Connect has added new locations in Paris at Interxion PAR7 and in Taipei at Chunghwa Telecom. In the Management Console, these sites can be found under their respective home regions of EU West (Paris) and Asia Pacific (Tokyo). With global access for AWS Direct Connect, these sites can reach AWS resources in any global AWS region using global public VIFs and Direct Connect Gateway. Customers connecting to any AWS region will not have their data hairpin via the home regions if it is not in the shortest path to their desired AWS region.

26Aug 2018

Amazon DynamoDB global tables are now available in the US West (N. California) and EU (London) Regions. With global tables, you can give massively scaled, global applications local access to an Amazon DynamoDB table for fast read and write performance. You also can use global tables to replicate DynamoDB table data to additional AWS Regions for higher availability.

Global tables build upon the global footprint of DynamoDB to deliver a fully managed, multi-region, multi-master database. Global tables enable you to replicate table updates automatically across the AWS Regions you select, and you can set them up with just a few clicks in the AWS Management Console or by using the AWS SDK. There are no upfront costs or long-term commitments required. You pay only for the resources you provision.

With this launch, DynamoDB global tables are now available in the US East (Ohio), US East (N. Virginia), US West (N. California), US West (Oregon), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), EU (Frankfurt), EU (Ireland), and EU (London) Regions.

For global tables pricing in the EU (London) and US West (N. California) Regions, see Global Tables Pricing.

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