Last week in cloud computing: Amazon adds CloudWatch metrics to SWF; Azure previews Cloud App Discovery.
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- Amazon Simple Workflow Service (SWF) now automatically publishes metrics to Amazon CloudWatch, enabling you to monitor services and automatically trigger actions if there’s a problem. More here.
- AWS’ Route 53 domain service now offers the ability to perform health checks across specific domains (it already had the ability to check specified IP addresses).
- Sharing your AWS access keys would be a foolish mistake, but foolish mistakes do happen. Here’s a handy guide to what to do if you do accidentally share those credentials.
- Azure has begun previewing a new Cloud App Discovery feature that can identify the apps in use in your organisation. Any existing user can sign up to test the service. More details here.
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