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Amazon CloudFront expands to 200 locations with new Edge locations in Colombia, Chile, and Argentina and reduces prices in South America by 56%

Source: AWS Details: Amazon CloudFront announces its first Edge locations in Colombia, Chile, and Argentina. With these Edge locations, viewers within these countries will see an average of 60% improvement in latency when accessing content through CloudFront. In addition, effective November 1st 2019, CloudFront will reduce the pricing for on-demand data transfer by up to 56% in South America. You can refer to the new South America pricing on the CloudFront pricing page. CloudFront now has 200 Points of Presence in 77 cities across 37 countries. Here is a blog from Jeff Barr about this launch.

Amazon CloudFront announces its first Edge location in Belgium

Source: AWS Details: Amazon CloudFront announces its first Edge Location in Brussels, Belgium. With this new Edge location, viewers in Belgium will now see up to a 28% improvement in latency when accessing content through CloudFront. CloudFront now has 197 Points of Presence in 74 cities across 34 countries. For more information on CloudFront’s global infrastructure, go to CloudFront Features.

Amazon CloudFront announces new Edge location in Shenzhen, China

Source: AWS Details: Amazon CloudFront announces the launch of a new CloudFront Edge (POP) location in Shenzhen, China. With this new POP operated by Ningxia Western Cloud Data Co. Ltd. (NWCD), CloudFront has 4 POPs in 4 cities across China. With this launch, viewers in Shenzhen would see an improvement of 62% in average latency when accessing content through CloudFront. To view pricing for CloudFront China delivery, please refer to here. For developer guide, please refer here. To get started, log in to the AWS Management Console and start accelerating your content.

Amazon CloudFront announces its first Edge location in Portugal

Source: AWS Details: Amazon CloudFront announces its first Edge Location in Lisbon, Portugal. With this new Edge location, viewers in Portugal will now see up to a 50% improvement in latency when accessing content through CloudFront. CloudFront now has 190 Points of Presence in 72 cities across 33 countries. Learn more by reading our announcement. For more information on CloudFront’s global infrastructure, go to CloudFront Features.

Amazon CloudFront expands presence in the Middle East with first Edge location in Bahrain

Source: AWS Details: Amazon CloudFront announces its first Edge Location in Manama, Bahrain. With this new Edge location, viewers in Bahrain will now see up to a 40% improvement in latency when accessing content through CloudFront. CloudFront now has 189 Points of Presence spread across 71 cities in 32 countries. A full list of CloudFront’s global infrastructure is available at CloudFront Features.

Amazon CloudFront announces new Edge location in Israel

Source: AWS Details: Amazon CloudFront announces presence in Israel with its first Edge location in Tel Aviv. With this new Edge location, CloudFront will deliver up to a 75% reduction in latency for content delivery to the viewers in Israel. CloudFront now has a total of 188 Points of Presence (PoPs) in 70 cities across 31 countries. To learn more about CloudFront pricing, including pricing for the new Edge location in Israel, visit our pricing page.

Amazon CloudFront Announces Support for Resource-Level and Tag-Based Permissions

Source: AWS You can now define Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies to specify granular resource-level and tag-based user permission in CloudFront. These new features give you increased flexibility to manage access to your CloudFront distributions. Previously, you could apply IAM policies to manage user actions in CloudFront, but you couldn’t restrict actions to specific distributions in your account. Now, with resource-level permissions, you can configure IAM policies that reference individual CloudFront distributions—using Amazon Resource Names (ARNs) or wildcards—and specify the users and actions that have permissions on only those distributions. Similarly, with tag-based access control, you can create IAM user policies that allow or deny actions on specific CloudFront distribu...

Amazon CloudFront announces seven new Edge locations in North America, Europe, and Australia

Source: AWS Details: Amazon CloudFront announces seven new Edge locations. Four of the new Edge locations are in North America including Houston, Texas (2) , Hillsboro, Oregon, and Toronto, Ontario. Two locations were added in Europe in Manchester, England, and Zurich, Switzerland while another Edge location was added in Sydney, Australia. The addition of these new Edge locations has doubled our capacity in each city to serve the growing number of viewer requests. A full list of CloudFront’s global locations is available on the CloudFront Features webpage.