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Harish M

Does CloudFront synchronously write back to S3? What exactly are the semantics of a POST/PUT to CloudFront? You can read-your-write in S3? If the write is synchronous, then majority of the performance improvement comes from terminating SSL locally in a POP and then maintaining persistent connections from CF to S3? I tried looking for more information in the CF documentation but couldn't find anything.

SlyFireFox

I assume if you do a post request this automatically causes an invalidation? That and performing multipart uploads to S3 is possible through a CloudFront setup now?

Lover

Now I love u guys more and more

Craig

Big step in the right direction. Now if you support HTTP 1.1 back to the origin you will have a complete solution.

Jesin

Thanks a lot! This was the main feature I was eagerly expecting.

Another feature I'm eagerly waiting for EDNS client subnet.

deezzer

When doing POSTS/PUTS/DELETE operations from a form, data still needs to be validated against a database. So as long as the database lives inside the IP that's connected to CloudFront, this is cool. Can CloudFront be configured for RDS?

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