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AWS Identity and Access Management is very powerful and very flexible. My colleague Elliot Yamaguchi has written a blog post that shows you how to use IAM to create a policy which implements folder-level permissions within an Amazon S3 bucket. I have a triple dose of videos for you today! The AWS team is growing at a rapid pace and we're looking for great people to fill many different positions. Let's take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, June 10 We announced an Amazon RDS Price Reduction for On-Demand and Reserved Instances. Compliance with FedRAMP℠ is a complex process with a high bar for a provider’s security practices. The EBS Snapshot Copy feature gives you the power to copy EBS snapshots across AWS Regions. Effective today, we have made the snapshot copy even faster than before with support for incremental copies between Regions. I am happy to announce that Amazon CloudFront now supports a pair of frequently requested features: support for custom SSL certificates and the ability to point the root of your website to a CloudFront distribution. I'm happy to announce that the AWS Free Usage Tier now includes 750 hours of Red Hat Enterprise Linux usage on a t1. I'm happy to announce that we are lowering the price of Amazon RDS (Relational Database Service) database instances, both On-Demand and Reserved. Let's take a quick look at what happened in AWS-land last week: Monday, June 3 The AWS Ruby Blog talked about some new Gems that simplify Working With Regions. The Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) was designed to simplify one of the most complex of all common IT activities: managing and scaling a relational database while providing fast, predictable performance and high availability.