Amazon Web Services adds to its enterprise war chest

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This week Amazon Web Services continued its enterprise-focused feature push with new resource groups and a tag editor for EC2 instances, which means that IT people at big companies (or even smaller organizations) will have an easier time isolating the resources they use.

The new [company]Amazon[/company] Tag Editor makes it easier for admins to group resources on a logical basis whereas before they had to tag them “service-by-service, region-by-region” according to the AWS blog post.

Admins can also then allocate a group of resources that share one tag or more and the group can span regions and services. This, said AWS, creates a “custom console that organizes and consolidates the information you need on a per-project basis.” There’s more here from IDG news.

Over the past six months or so, AWS has launched features to appeal to Windows admins, their counterparts in the VMware  world; directory services, and a

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