#AWSLaunches KW20

Die Neuerungen und Meldungen vom 13.05. - 19.05. im Rückblick:

13.05.2019:

  • Now easily share encrypted AMIs across accounts to launch encrypted instances in a single step with Amazon EBS
  • Amazon GuardDuty Now Available in AWS Europe (Stockholm) Region
  • Share encrypted AMIs across accounts to launch instances in a single step
  • Amazon EC2 C5d, M5, M5d, R5, and R5d Instances are Now Available in Additional AWS Regions


14.05.2019:

  • Amazon VPC Endpoints Now Support Tagging for Gateway Endpoints, Interface Endpoints, and Endpoint Services
  • Amazon EKS Adds Support for Public IP Addresses Within Cluster VPCs
  • New Quick Start deploys Agilisium Conversational BI Bot on the AWS Cloud
  • Launch encrypted EBS backed EC2 instances from unencrypted AMIs in a single step
  • AWS Glue crawlers now support existing Data Catalog tables as sources
  • Create fine-grained session permissions using AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) managed policies
  • Amazon EMR now supports Multiple Master nodes to enable High Availability for HBase clusters
  • AWS Releases Additional Preconfigured Examples for FreeRTOS on Armv8-M
  • AWS Lambda adds support for Node.js v10
  • Monitor Emails in Your Workmail Organization Using Cloudwatch Metrics and Logs
  • New Quick Start deploys IBM InfoSphere DataStage on AWS
  • Amazon EKS Simplifies Kubernetes Cluster Authentication
  • Amazon DynamoDB transactions are now available in the Asia Pacific (Osaka-Local) Region


15.05.2019:

  • Introducing the Amazon Connect Service Delivery
  • New in AWS Deep Learning AMIs: PyTorch 1.1, Chainer 5.4, and CUDA 10 support for MXNet
  • Amazon Comprehend batch jobs now supports Amazon Virtual Private Cloud
  • Performance Insights Supports Amazon Aurora Global Database
  • AWS Migration Hub now provides right-sized Amazon EC2 instance recommendations
  • AWS License Manager is Now Available in Additional Regions
  • You can now use custom chat bots with Amazon Chime
  • Amazon DynamoDB transactions are now available in the Asia Pacific (Osaka-Local) Region


16.05.2019:

  • Amazon SageMaker Ground Truth Now Supports Automated Email Notifications for Manual Data Labeling
  • AWS Cloud9 is Now Available in the EU (Frankfurt) Region
  • AWS Firewall Manager Available in Four Additional Regions
  • Amazon EC2 On-Demand Capacity Reservations are now available in AWS GovCloud Regions
  • AWS Asia Pacific (Mumbai) Region Adds Third Availability Zone
  • Amazon Transcribe now supports Hindi and Indian-accented English
  • AWS IoT Device Defender supports monitoring behavior of unregistered devices
  • Quickly Search for Resources across Services in the AWS Developer Tools Console
  • Amazon SQS FIFO Queues are Now Available in the AWS China Beijing (BJS) Region (Operated by SINNET), Asia Pacific (Hong Kong), GovCloud (US-East), and GovCloud (US-West)
  • Introducing the Amazon Connect Service Delivery
  • New in AWS Deep Learning AMIs: PyTorch 1.1, Chainer 5.4, and CUDA 10 support for MXNet


17.05.2019:

  • Amazon RDS for MySQL Supports Password Validation
  • Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) now supports R5 instances in US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), and EU (Ireland)
  • Monitor Emails in Your Workmail Organization Using Cloudwatch Metrics and Logs
  • AWS Releases Additional Preconfigured Examples for FreeRTOS on Armv8-M
  • Amazon SNS Adds Support for Cost Allocation Tags
  • Amazon FSx for Lustre Is Now SOC Compliant
  • Amazon FSx for Windows File Server Is Now SOC Compliant
  • Amazon RDS for Oracle now supports April Oracle Patch Set Updates (PSU) and Release Updates (RU)
  • AWS Lambda adds support for Node.js v10
  • New Quick Start deploys Micro Focus Operations Orchestration on AWS
  • AWS IoT Analytics Now Supports Data Set Content Delivery to Amazon S3


18.05.2019:

  • Amazon GuardDuty Adds Two New Threat Detections
  • Amazon AppStream 2.0 adds configurable timeouts for idle sessions
  • AWS Asia Pacific (Seoul) Region Adds Third Availability Zone

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