CTT Big4 News AWS Recently #AWS004

CTT Big4 News AWS Recently #AWS004

Hello Friends, welcome to Big4 Recently

AWS, IBM, Google & Azure – the Big4 Cloud Service providers. In this article, we will explore latest AWS Recently.

Amazon CloudWatch Events now Supports AWS Batch as an Event Target

It is now easy to use Amazon CloudWatch for event-driven AWS Batch workloads by adding AWS Batch as a target for Amazon CloudWatch.  You can add AWS Batch as a target by creating an Amazon CloudWatch Events rule and specifying the AWS Batch job ARN. Once the rule matches an event, it starts the job by invoking the Batch Submit-Job API. For example, you can submit a job to AWS Batch in response to an event pattern or on a schedule using Amazon CloudWatch Events.

This feature is available in all AWS Regions supported by AWS Batch. AWS Batch is currently available in the following AWS Regions: US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), US West (N. California), Canada (Central), EU (Ireland), EU (London), EU (Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney) and Asia Pacific (Seoul).

Amazon EC2 T2 instance types for Windows with SQL Server Enterprise

Windows with SQL Server Enterprise Edition is now available on t2.xlarge and t2.2xlarge instance types. Amazon EC2 T2 instances are the lowest-cost Amazon EC2 General Purpose instance type that provides a baseline level of CPU performance with the ability to burst above the baseline. T2 instances are ideal for a variety of general-purpose applications like micro-services, small and medium databases and product prototypes.

t2.xlarge and t2.2xlarge instance types on Windows with SQL Server Enterprise are offered as On-Demand and Reserved Instance in the following Regions :

AWS US (Northern Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), US West (Northern California), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Canada (Central), EU (Ireland), EU (London), EU ( Frankfurt), EU (Paris), South America (São Paulo), China (Beijing), China (Ningxia) and AWS GovCloud (US).

AWS Fargate meet ISO, PCI, SOC, and HIPAA compliance

Containers running on the AWS Fargate Launch Type now meet the criteria for ISO, PCI, SOC 1, SOC 2, and SOC 3 compliance along with the criteria for HIPAA eligibility. This means container workloads on AWS Fargate can now process regulated financial data or protected health information (PHI).

In keeping with the requirements for HIPAA and other certifications, regulated and protected data must be encrypted in transit or at rest when accessed by containers launched with Fargate. Additionally, you must execute a Business Associate Addendum (BAA) with AWS to meet the eligibility requirements for processing encrypted Protected Health Information (PHI) under HIPAA using Amazon ECS and Fargate.

AWS Server Migration Service is now Available in the AWS Asia Pacific (Singapore) Region

AWS Server Migration Service (SMS) for easing workload migration to AWS is now available in the AWS Asia Pacific (Singapore) Region.

AWS SMS is an agentless service which makes it easier and faster for you to migrate thousands of on-premises workloads to AWS. It allows you to automate, schedule, and track incremental replications of live server volumes, making it easier for you to coordinate large-scale server migrations.

Amazon RDS for SQL Server Increases the Maximum Provisioned IOPS

Amazon RDS for SQL Server now allows you to provision up to 32,000 IOPS per database instance, an increase from 20,000 IOPS. Provisioning your database storage with more IOPS may provide you with lower latency and higher throughput.

That’s it friends in this week for AWS Recently, however please visit specific Cloud provider news that you are interested in from below links.

Author: Debashree

A Technical writer and passionate about digital life. Always eager to learn and share knowledge.

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