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AWS Firewall Manager now supports FortiGate Cloud-Native Firewall

2 December 2022 @ 11:06 pm

Starting today, AWS Firewall Manager enables you to centrally deploy and monitor FortiGate Cloud-Native Firewall (CNF) across all AWS virtual private clouds (VPCs) in your AWS organization. With this release, customers now have a single firewall management solution to deploy and manage both AWS native firewalls and FortiGate CNF firewalls.

AWS AppConfig Agent makes feature flags and runtime configuration simpler for containers

2 December 2022 @ 6:05 pm

AWS AppConfig has released an agent for container runtimes that makes the use of feature flags and runtime configuration simpler, with improved performance. Customers that use Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), Docker, or Kubernetes can now use the AWS AppConfig Agent to manage the calls from their containerized application to the AWS AppConfig service. Previously, customers needed to manage their own retrieval and caching of configuration data when using a container runtime. Now, by using the AWS AppConfig Agent, the agent will do this for them. This agent will query AWS AppConfig for configuration data and make it available locally. It will also handle polling and caching logic on behalf of customers. Applications will make local HTTP calls to the AWS AppConfig Agent, thus seeing performance improvements when retrieving configuration data.

Amazon Comprehend announces support for classification and entity extraction directly from a variety of document formats

2 December 2022 @ 12:44 am

Amazon Comprehend announced single-step APIs that customers can now use to classify and extract entities of interest from PDF documents, Microsoft Word files, and images.

AWS Step Functions launches large-scale parallel workflows for data processing and serverless applications

1 December 2022 @ 7:12 pm

AWS Step Functions expands support for iterating and processing large sets of data such as images, logs and financial data in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), a cloud object storage service. 

AWS re:Post streamlines customers’ community engagement with AWS Builder ID and re:Post Linked logins

1 December 2022 @ 5:54 pm

AWS re:Post is a cloud knowledge service that provides customers the technical guidance they need to innovate faster and improve operational efficiency with AWS services. re:Post has integrated with AWS Builder ID to provide re:Post users an additional sign-in method to join the community without an AWS account. Additionally, users can link multiple logins with AWS Management Console or AWS Builder ID so that community contributions live in a single re:Post profile. re:Post integration with AWS Builder ID and the ability to link multiple logins to a single re:Post profile allow users to keep their co

Amazon GameLift now supports customer-managed compute with GameLift Anywhere

1 December 2022 @ 5:54 pm

The general availability (GA) of Amazon GameLift Anywhere de-couples game session management from the underlying compute resources. During the game development phase, developers need instant compute resources to deploy, test and iterate their game builds continuously. In addition, customers often have ongoing bare-metal contracts or on-premises game servers and need the flexibility to use their existing infrastructure with cloud servers. 

Announcing Amazon CodeCatalyst (Preview)

1 December 2022 @ 5:33 pm

Today, AWS is launching a preview of Amazon CodeCatalyst, a unified software development service that makes it faster to build and deliver software on AWS. CodeCatalyst provides software development teams with an integrated project experience that brings together the tools needed to plan, code, build, test, and deploy applications on AWS. Software teams spend significant time and resources on collaborating effectively and setting up tools, development and deployment environments, and continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) automation. These activities can detract from their ability to quickly deliver new features or software updates to customers. With CodeCatalyst, teams can automate many of these complex activities, so they can focus on quickly enhancing their applications and deploying them to AWS.

Introducing AWS Application Composer (Preview)

1 December 2022 @ 5:16 pm

AWS Application Composer helps developers simplify and accelerate architecting, configuring, and building serverless applications. You can drag, drop, and connect AWS services into an application architecture by using AWS Application Composer’s browser-based visual canvas. AWS Application Composer helps you focus on building by maintaining deployment-ready infrastructure as code (IaC) definitions, complete with integration configuration for each service.

Amazon EventBridge Pipes is now generally available

1 December 2022 @ 5:16 pm

EventBridge Pipes provides a simpler, consistent, and cost-effective way to create point-to-point integrations between event producers and consumers, expanding the EventBridge offering beyond event buses and scheduling. EventBridge Pipes makes it easy to connect your applications with data from sources including Amazon SQS, Amazon Kinesis, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Managed Streaming Kafka, self-managed Kafka, and Amazon MQ. EventBridge Pipes supports the same target services as event buses, such as Amazon SQS, AWS Step Functions, Amazon Kinesis Data Streams, Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose, Amazon SNS, Amazon ECS, and event buses themselves.

Announcing AWS Data Exchange for Amazon S3 (Preview)

1 December 2022 @ 1:36 am

We are announcing the preview of AWS Data Exchange for Amazon S3, a new feature that enables data subscribers to access third-party data files directly from data providers’ Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) buckets. This feature is intended for subscribers who want to easily use third-party data files for their data analysis with AWS services without needing to create or manage data copies, as well as data providers who want to offer in-place access to data hosted in their Amazon S3 buckets.

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