Tag: Release

AWS Storage Gateway adds Amazon CloudWatch logging and metrics for File Gateway

AWS Storage Gateway adds Amazon CloudWatch logging and metrics for File Gateway

File Gateway, part of the AWS Storage Gateway service, now publishes health and performance logs and metrics to Amazon CloudWatch, providing you with continuous visibility into operations of your gateway in order to quickly respond to changes in your workload.

from Recent Announcements https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2019/09/aws-storage-gateway-adds-amazon-cloudwatch-logging-and-metrics-for-file-gateway/

AWS Elemental MediaStore Now Supports Stale Manifest Deletion

AWS Elemental MediaStore Now Supports Stale Manifest Deletion

When using AWS Elemental MediaStore as your live streaming origin, you can now configure a Transient Data Policy on your container via the Object Lifecycle Policy API, which will remove an HLS manifest if it has not been recently updated. This enables players to automatically switch from a primary origin to a backup origin with no additional coding or setup. Customers with redundant encoding pipelines previously had to perform complicated configuration downstream of the origin to ensure manifest freshness. With Transient Data Policy, customers can leverage native HLS behavior to perform origin switch-over.

from Recent Announcements https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2019/09/aws-elemental-mediastore-now-supports-stale-manifest-deletion/

AWS Elemental MediaLive Now Supports HEVC and 4K/UHD Outputs for Live Channels

AWS Elemental MediaLive Now Supports HEVC and 4K/UHD Outputs for Live Channels

AWS Elemental MediaLive now supports High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) for standard-definition (SD), high-definition (HD), and ultra-high-definition (UHD) encoding with HDR support.

from Recent Announcements https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2019/09/aws-elemental-medialive-supports-hevc-4k-uhd-outputs-live-channels/

Amazon QuickSight Launches Level Aware Calculations, Larger SPICE Data Sets, and More

Amazon QuickSight Launches Level Aware Calculations, Larger SPICE Data Sets, and More

Amazon QuickSight launches Level Aware Calculations that allow you to derive advanced analytical insights independent of aggregations and filters applied on your charts. These are calculations that can be computed at a desired level in the overall query evaluation order of QuickSight. You can answer questions such as “How many customers have made one, two, three orders?”, “What is the contribution of each industry to the entire company’s profit irrespective of the filters applied?”. See the blog here to get started with Level Aware Aggregations.  

from Recent Announcements https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2019/09/amazon-quicksight-launches-level-aware-calculations-larger-spice-data-sets-and-more/

Announcing AWS PrivateLink support for Amazon Rekognition

Announcing AWS PrivateLink support for Amazon Rekognition

Starting today, AWS customers can use AWS PrivateLink to access Amazon Rekognition from their Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) without using public IPs, and without requiring the traffic to traverse across the Internet. Amazon Rekognition lets customers easily add intelligent image and video analysis to their applications. AWS PrivateLink provides private connectivity between VPCs and AWS services, without ever leaving the Amazon network.

from Recent Announcements https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2019/09/announcing-aws-privatelink-support-for-amazon-rekognition/

Introducing the Smart Product Solution

Introducing the Smart Product Solution

The smart product solution provides secure product connectivity to the AWS Cloud, and includes capabilities for local computing within products, sophisticated event rules, and data processing and storage. The solution features fast and robust data ingestion; highly reliable and durable storage of product telemetry data; simple, scalable big data services for analyzing the data; and global messaging and application services.

from Recent Announcements https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2019/09/introducing-the-smart-product-solution/

WorkMail Message Flow SDK

WorkMail Message Flow SDK

Today, Amazon WorkMail announced that you can access full email message content from within your AWS Lambda functions when using Email Flow Rules. With this, you can build powerful email processing, automation, and analytics applications; for example, you can easily add email correspondence to a 3rd party productivity tool such as SalesForce or Asana whenever an email is received, or analyze your organization’s email traffic to spot trends. Email messages can be accessed on both incoming and outgoing email.  

from Recent Announcements https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2019/09/workmail-message-flow-sdk/

Elastic Load Balancing: Network Load Balancers now support multiple TLS certificates using Server Name Indication (SNI)

Elastic Load Balancing: Network Load Balancers now support multiple TLS certificates using Server Name Indication (SNI)

We are pleased to announce support for multiple TLS certificates on Network Load Balancers using Server Name Indication (SNI). You can now host multiple secure applications, each with its own TLS certificate, on a single load balancer listener. This allows SaaS applications and hosting services to run behind the same load balancer, improving your service security posture, and simplifying management and operations.

from Recent Announcements https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2019/09/elastic-load-balancing-network-load-balancers-now-supports-multiple-tls-certificates-using-server-name-indication/

AWS Service Catalog Announces Budget Visibility

AWS Service Catalog Announces Budget Visibility

AWS Service Catalog now provides budget visibility on your portfolios and products by integrating with AWS Budgets. With this feature you can create and associate budgets with portfolios and products and track your spend. Portfolio and product budget creation is simplified using TagOptions and AutoTags, providing administrators with visibility into the budget and month-to-date spend. To get started, activate your tags and create your budget in AWS Budgets, then associate that budget to your portfolio or product in AWS Service Catalog. This feature is available in all commercial regions where AWS Service Catalog and AWS Budgets are available.

from Recent Announcements https://aws.amazon.com/about-aws/whats-new/2019/09/service-catalog-announces-budget-visibility/