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Amazon Personalize now offers automatic solution training

19 April 2024 @ 9:43 pm

Amazon Personalize is excited to announce automatic training for solutions. With automatic training, developers can set a cadence for their Personalize solutions to automatically retrain using the latest data from their dataset group. This process creates a newly trained machine learning (ML) model, also known as a solution version, and maintains the relevance of Amazon Personalize recommendations for end users. 

Amazon Simple Email Service is now available in the AWS GovCloud (US-East) Region

19 April 2024 @ 9:37 pm

Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) is now available in the AWS GovCloud (US-East) Region, giving government customers and their partners the benefits of Amazon SES.

IAM Roles Anywhere now supports modifying the mapping of certificate attributes

19 April 2024 @ 6:59 pm

AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) Roles Anywhere now provides the capability to define a set of mapping rules, allowing you to specify which data is extracted from your X.509 end-entity certificates. The data that is mapped is referred to as attributes and used as session tags in the IAM policy condition in order to allow or deny permissions. These attributes can be in one of the subject, issuer, or subject alternative name (SAN) fields of the X.509 certificate.

Amazon EMR on EKS now supports Apache Livy

19 April 2024 @ 6:38 pm

Today, we are excited to announce that customers will now be able to use Apache Livy to submit their Apache Spark jobs to Amazon EMR on EKS, in addition to using StartJobRun API, Spark Operator, Spark Submit and Interactive Endpoints. With this launch, customers will be able to use a REST interface to easily submit Spark jobs or snippets of Spark code, retrieve results synchronously or asynchronously while continuing to get all of the Amazon EMR on EKS benefits such as EMR optimized Spark runtime, SSL secured Livy endpoint, programmatic set-up experience etc.

Amazon SageMaker enables Projects in SageMaker Studio

19 April 2024 @ 5:14 pm

Amazon SageMaker enables SageMaker Projects in the updated SageMaker Studio experience. Prior to this SageMaker Projects were available only in SageMaker Studio classic.

AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery now supports AWS Outposts Racks

19 April 2024 @ 5:10 pm

Today, AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery (AWS DRS) announces support of AWS Outposts racks. With this launch, you can now set your data replication and recovery destinations to AWS Outposts racks, in addition to using AWS Regions and Availability Zones where AWS DRS is available.

Amazon EC2 R6gd instances are now available in Europe (Zurich) region

19 April 2024 @ 5:07 pm

Starting today, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) R6gd instances are available in the Europe (Zurich) Region. These instances are powered by AWS Graviton2 processors and are built on the AWS Nitro System. The Nitro System is a collection of AWS designed hardware and software innovations that enables the delivery of efficient, flexible, and secure cloud services with isolated multi-tenancy, private networking, and fast local storage. R6gd instances provide local SSD storage and are ideal for memory-intensive workloads such as open-source databases, in-memory caches, and real time big data analytics that need access to high-speed, low latency storage. These instances offer up to 25 Gbps of network bandwidth, up to 19 Gbps of bandwidth to the Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS), up to 512 GiB RAM, and up to 3.8TB of NVMe SSD local instance storage.

Amazon S3 Access Grants is now available in four additional regions

19 April 2024 @ 5:02 pm

You can now create Amazon S3 Access Grants in the Middle East (UAE), Asia Pacific (Melbourne), Hyderabad, and Spain Regions. 

AWS Glue Studio Notebooks is now available in 6 additional regions

19 April 2024 @ 5:00 pm

AWS Glue Studio Notebooks provides interactive job authoring in AWS Glue, which helps simplify the process of developing data integration jobs. Studio Notebooks is generally available in the following 6 AWS regions starting today: Middle East (UAE), Asia Pacific (Hyderabad), Asia Pacific (Melbourne), Israel (Tel Aviv), Europe (Spain) and Europe (Zurich).

AWS Resilience Hub is now a HIPAA eligible service

19 April 2024 @ 4:55 pm

AWS Resilience Hub is now a HIPAA eligible service, enabling healthcare and life sciences organizations to now use AWS Resilience Hub to run sensitive workloads regulated under the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). AWS maintains a standards-based risk management program to ensure that the HIPAA-eligible services specifically support HIPAA administrative, technical, and physical safeguards.