AMI Block Public Access ist jetzt für alle neuen Konten und bestehende Konten ohne öffentliche AMIs aktiviert

Amazon EC2 hat die Einstellung „Amazon Machine Image Block Public Access“ (AMI BPA) standardmäßig für alle neuen AWS-Konten und alle vorhandenen AWS-Konten aktiviert, die seit dem 15. Juli 2023 kein öffentliches AMI besitzen. AMI-BPA verhindert, dass ein AWS-Konto versehentlich ein AMI innerhalb einer AWS-Region öffentlich teilt, was dazu beiträgt, die Sicherheit und den Datenschutz für Kunden zu verbessern. 

Amazon-EC2-M6id-Instances sind jetzt in zusätzlichen Regionen verfügbar

Ab heute sind Amazon EC2 M6id-Instances in der AWS-Region Europa (Zürich) verfügbar. Diese Instances werden von Intel-Xeon-Scalable-Ice-Lake-Prozessoren der dritten Generation mit einer All-Core-Turbofrequenz von 3,5 GHz betrieben, die mit bis zu 7,6 TB lokalem NVMe-basiertem SSD-Speicher auf Blockebene ausgestattet sind. Im Vergleich zu M5d-Instances der vorherigen Generation bieten M6id-Instances ein um bis zu 15 % besseres Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis, bis zu 58 % mehr Speicherplatz pro vCPU und 34 % niedrigere Kosten pro TB.

AWS Service Catalog kündigt Unterstützung für zusätzliche Bereitstellungs-Tools für Infrastructure as Code (IaC) an

Kunden des AWS Service Catalogs können jetzt AWS-Ressourcen erstellen, verteilen und starten, die mithilfe der Tools von Infrastructure as Code (IaC) von Drittanbietern wie Ansible, Chef, Pulumi, Puppet und mehr konfiguriert wurden. Innerhalb des AWS Service Catalogs können Kunden diese IaC-Tools zusätzlich zu den zuvor unterstützten AWS CloudFormation- und HashiCorp Terraform Cloud-Konfigurationen verwenden. 

NaNoWriMo + = The Ultimate Author’s Toolkit 

NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month, is an annual event where writers from all over the world challenge themselves to write a novel in just one month. It’s a celebration of creativity, determination, and the power of storytelling.

In addition to sponsoring NaNoWriMo, is offering a special gift to this year’s participants as a way to reward your efforts in this exciting challenge. Read on for more information.  

WordPress was born from the desire to help anyone tell their story, so we’ve always had a close bond with authors. Below are a number of ways a site can help you on your writing journey.

Write your novel on your blog

WordPress pages and posts are flexible enough for you to write the entire novel on your site. Here’s how you can structure your site to make the writing process seamless. See this guide for step by step instructions.

Organize your pages 

Define how and where your content will be organized. Whether it’s chapters, characters, settings, or any other category, provides the flexibility you need.

Just write

Each post can represent a chapter, and you have full control to edit or re-order your content as you see fit.

Let your readers read

Let the world read your masterpiece or only share it with a select audience. You decide! Utilizing a paywall or newsletter setup may work well for your goals.

But what if you don’t want to write the actual novel within your blog? How can a blog help in that case? In plenty of ways, actually.

Build anticipation with your website

One of the most powerful tools an author has in their arsenal is anticipation. Building excitement and intrigue around your book, even before its release, can be a game-changer. And what better way to do this than with a website? Here’s how:

Intriguing sneak peeks 

Share short snippets from your novel on your blog. These tantalizing glimpses into your plot can pique the interest of potential readers and keep them coming back for more.

Character deep dives 

Everyone loves a well-developed character. Use your blog to discuss the backstories of some of your characters. By giving readers a deeper understanding of your characters’ motivations and histories, you can get them invested in their journeys even before they pick up your book.

Share your progress 

Keep your readers in the loop by announcing your progress as you write. Whether it’s hitting a word count milestone or completing a particularly challenging chapter, sharing these moments can build a sense of community and excitement.

Exclusive sign-ups 

Allow readers to sign up for newsletters or alerts. They can be the first to know about your novel’s release date, receive exclusive content, or even get special discounts.

Book signing and event announcements 

If you’re planning book signings, readings, or other events, your blog is the perfect place to let your readers know. It’s a great way to meet your fans in person and build a stronger connection with them.

Engage with your readers 

Use the comments section of your blog to engage with your readers. Answer their questions, discuss plot theories, or simply thank them for their support. This two-way interaction can foster a deeper connection between you and your audience.

In essence, a blog isn’t just a platform for sharing your work; it’s a dynamic space where you can engage with your readers, build anticipation, and create a community around your novel. So, as you embark on your NaNoWriMo journey, remember that your website can be an invaluable companion, helping you connect with readers every step of the way.

Our special offer for NaNoWriMo participants

To support all the budding authors out there, we’re offering a special 20% discount on the first year of an annual plan. So, if you’ve been thinking about starting a blog or website, now is the perfect time. Check out our Plans & Pricing for more details, and use the coupon code nanowrimo2023 to claim your discount.

Whether you’re a seasoned author or just starting out, is the perfect platform to support your writing journey. We’re excited to be a part of NaNoWriMo 2023 and can’t wait to see all the incredible stories that will emerge from this challenge. 

Happy writing!

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Quelle: RedHat Stack