AWS Ground Station page on Amazon Web Services.

Amazon has done it again. AWS has just lauched a ground breaking service that allows companies of every size to communicate with satellites in space and use their data for services on earth. The company keeps innovating on the cloud and offering customer with products that otherwise would be expensive for many companies. AWS is able to scale services such as satellite access and lower that cost by offering AS A SERVICE and at a lower cost giving it the scale that it needs for such otherwise unreachable services. To access satellites before companies had to contract services of larger providers or government agencies throughRead More →

AWS Summit in Bogota.

From its new office in Bogotá, Amazon Web Services will provide cloud computing services to startups, but also to large companies in different sectors of the economy and public entities. The office will establish a local group of account executives, solution architects, partner managers, and support for customers to become directly involved with AWS in their local language environment. AWS currently has millions of active clients each month, including 2,300 government agencies, 7,000 educational institutions and more than 22,000 NGOs that have used the tool in the last 12 months. The company decided to settle in the city as Colombian organizations were among the firstRead More →

Those responsible for Amazon Web Services – The set of cloud computing services of e-commerce giant – announced the launch of a new security tool called S2n. It is a new implementation of TLS encryption protocol (formerly called OpenSSL). AWS uses TLS in all its AWS APIs and is also available to customers of various services such as the Elastic Load Balancing (ELB), AWS Elastic Beanstalk, Amazon CloudFront, Amazon S3, Amazon RDS, and Amazon SES. The TLS protocol, including any optional extensions, has become very complex. OpenSSL, the reference implementation, contains over 500 thousand lines of code with at least 70 thousand of them involvedRead More →