Cloudability News & How-to's

Cloudability News & How-to's

re:Invent agenda

Cost management is a big theme at re:Invent this year. But with hundreds of talks to choose from, finding the sessions that will help you truly master your spending can seem overwhelming. We’ve narrowed down the hundreds into the five that you really need to go to in order to walk away with a really…

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Re:Invent survival guide

AWS re:Invent can be overwhelming, especially for those who have never been before. So, we asked notable re:Invent veterans for their insider tips. Whether it’s where to eat, which talks to attend, or which parties to go to, read on for the scoop on surviving the biggest cloud conference of the year. Planning & packing…

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Meet Cloudability at re:Invent

Well, that does it—AWS re:Invent is officially sold out. Did you grab tickets in time? We sure hope you did, because we’ve got a lot planned for the week of the conference—and we want you to join us for all we have in store! To get a demo of all our new features, grab a…

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The most expensive mistake companies make when changing instance families

When Amazon Web Services introduces new instance families, it can be tempting to jump aboard. However, making such changes to your infrastructure can have unintended consequences: namely, by replacing old instance families with new ones, you risk rendering the Reserved Instances that you’ve purchased unusable. It’s therefore important that before changing AWS instance families, you’re…

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Cloudability's POODLE

Yesterday, Google researchers found another serious security vulnerability relating to SSL. It’s called POODLE, and you can read more about it here and here. (For technical folks the CVE is here). Over the next few weeks you will see updates to your browsers that remove support for SSL 3.0 in light of this discovery—but we take…

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