Last week in cloud computing: AWS enhances Windows push notification support, while Azure begins testing its Active Directory proxy.
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- AWS S3 now allows you to provide your own keys for server-side encryption. Improved key management is likely to remain a major focus for cloud services for some time.
- Amazon's Simple Notification Service (SNS) has added enhanced support for Microsoft's Push Notification Service and Baidu Cloud Push (useful for China-focused apps). More details here.
- The Azure AD Application proxy is now in public beta. The service allows you to manage on-premises applications using Azure AD. You can test out the preview, though you'll need an AD Premium licence.
Cloud Patches rounds up new features and services added to major cloud computing platforms each week..