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IT Toolbox Article: AWS Amplify Console Now Supports Instant CDN Cache Invalidation

By March 8, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

The Amplify Console now supports instant cache invalidation, which enables users to deploy updates to single page or static web app instantly without giving up the performance benefits of content delivery network (CDN) caching.
The Amplify Console provides a complete workflow for developing, continuously deploying, and hosting single page web apps or static sites with serverless backends via a content delivery network, or CDN. A CDN is a network of distributed servers that cache files at edge locations across the world enabling high-performance static hosting.
AWS also announced in February that RISC-V support is now available in the FreeRTOS kernel, a feature enabling embedded developers to create IoT applications on the officially supported FreeRTOS kernel for microcontrollers that use the free, open, and extensible RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture (ISA).
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