CTT Big4 News AWS Recently #AWS016

CTT Big4 News AWS Recently #AWS016

Hello Friends, welcome to Big4 Recently

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

AWS Glue now supports connecting Amazon SageMaker notebooks to development endpoints

You can now create an Amazon SageMaker notebook from the AWS Glue Console and connect it to an AWS Glue development endpoint. With this integration, you can now use Amazon SageMaker’s fully managed notebooks instead of provisioning and managing your own notebook servers, making it easier and faster to start developing your AWS Glue ETL scripts. An AWS Glue development endpoint is a serverless Apache Spark environment that you can use to develop, debug, and test your AWS Glue ETL scripts in an interactive manner. 

This feature is available in the AWS Regions US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), EU (Frankfurt), EU (Ireland), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Sydney), and Asia Pacific (Tokyo).

Amazon SageMaker Announces Enhancements to its Built-In Image Classification Algorithm

The built-in Image Classification algorithm that comes with Amazon SageMaker now supports additional enhancements. The algorithm now supports multi-label inputs and mixed-precision mode for faster training.

The Image Classification algorithm can now take an image as an input and add multiple labels to that image. This is helpful because most images contain multiple elements and the ability to add multiple labels can produce better and more usable results. As an example, this can be used to detect and classify different elements during medical image processing for better detection and treatment.

The second enhancement for the Image Classification algorithm is to enable mixed-precision mode, consuming less memory while maintaining similar accuracy. With this mode, customers can benefit from faster training and lower costs.

Amazon API Gateway adds support for multi-value parameters

Starting today, Amazon API Gateway supports multiple headers and query string parameters with the same name in the API Request.

Amazon API Gateway gives you the capability to quickly create, publish, maintain, monitor and secure APIs at scale. You can now pass multiple values for the same key in the header and query string when calling the API. This feature also supports returning multiple headers with the same name in the API response, for example sending multiple “Set-Cookie” headers.

Improved AWS Management Console With Advanced Capabilities now Available in AWS GovCloud (US)

Starting today, the AWS Management Console in AWS GovCloud (US) makes it easier to find services and access them quickly.
When you visit the new and improved AWS Management Console in AWS GovCloud (US), you can search for AWS services using keywords that describe what the service does, even if you don’t remember the actual service name. You can create shortcuts to your favorite services by clicking on the “pin” on the top of the Management Console, or you can let the Management Console create shortcuts for you automatically each time you visit a service.
If you are new to AWS, the “Build a Solution” feature helps you get started with popular AWS services.

Amazon Kinesis Video Streams now supports adding and retrieving Metadata at Fragment-Level

Amazon Kinesis Video Streams now enables you to easily add metadata to and retrieve from individual fragments in a Kinesis Video stream to build richer applications in the AWS cloud. For example, you can now send GPS values as metadata with each video fragment from an on-person camera, or send temperature values with videos fragments from a baby monitor, and then use both the metadata and video fragments in your consuming applications to create richer user experiences.

Your stream producing application or device can use the Kinesis Video Producer SDK to add metadata to a video fragment. Your consuming application can use the Kinesis Video Stream Parser Library to easily retrieve the metadata for each fragment via the GetMedia or GetMediaForFragmentList API operations for further processing. 

AWS Config Multi-Account, Multi-Region Data Aggregation Capability Now Available in Six Additional Regions

AWS Config now supports multi-account, multi-Region data aggregation capability in six additional AWS Regions. This feature enables you to aggregate AWS Config rule compliance data into a single account and Region, which reduces the time and overhead needed to gather an enterprise-wide view of your compliance status for governance.

You can now use the multi-account, multi-Region data aggregation capability in the following additional AWS Regions: Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Canada (Central), EU (London), EU (Paris), and South America (São Paulo).

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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