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Дата публикации: 2017-11-14 19:49

OS X : Chapters on the Mac ($) makes adding chapters on the Mac pretty simple. You can save podcast presets if you’re working on more than one podcast, adjust playback speed to help you locate your segment markers faster, and add images. You can see a YouTube video of Chapters in action below:

AWS Podcast | Listen & Learn About AWS

AWS IAM Console: https:///about-aws/whats-new/7567/57/the-aws-iam-console-now-remembers-your-preferences-for-table-column-selections-and-policy-viewing-and-editing/

How to Start Your Own Podcast - Lifehacker

AWS CloudTrail Event History for Everyone: https:///about-aws/whats-new/7567/58/aws-cloudtrail-event-history-now-available-to-all-customers/

The Tim Ferriss Show by Tim Ferriss on Apple Podcasts

Amazon EMR-DynamoDB Connector Open Sourced: http:///bigdata/post/Tx6LFQWRADHKT99/Amazon-EMR-DynamoDB-Connector-Repository-on-AWSLabs-GitHub

Amazon CloudWatch Dashboards: https:///blogs/aws/new-api-cloudformation-support-for-amazon-cloudwatch-dashboards/

You’ll also need an image for your podcast. This is the first thing people will see when they come across your show, so it should look good. An image is also required in order to list your podcast in directories like iTunes , Stitcher , and BluBrry , as well as podcast managers like Pocket Casts and DoggCatcher.

For Episode 685 of the AWS podcast, Simon takes a look into AWS CloudTrail. This service lets customers have tremendous insight into the operations of their AWS accounts. It also opens up a raft of new ways to analyse events from a security, compliance and assurance standpoint. Simon looks at some of the intresting options, uses and reasons you should take a close look at this important service.

Data Insights Blog Post - https:///blogs/big-data/derive-insights-from-iot-in-minutes-using-aws-iot-amazon-kinesis-firehose-amazon-athena-and-amazon-quicksight/

Where do you store your sensitive config info and passwords for your applications? In this episode Simon dives into the Parameter Store and how you can use it to protect and access your sensitive data.

In this episode Simon gets you caught up on some useful new services including those to help you with ETL, Migration and Data Leakage protection!