CTT Big4 News AWS Recently #AWS018

CTT Big4 News AWS Recently #AWS018


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 ECS Now Allows Two Additional Docker Flags

You can now specify two new docker flags as parameters in your Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) Task Definition. These flags are pidMode and ipcMode.

The pidMode parameter allows you to configure your containers to share their process ID (PID) namespace with other containers in the task, or with the host. Sharing the PID namespace enables for example monitoring applications deployed as containers to access information about other applications running in the same task or host.

The ipcMode parameter allows you to configure your containers to share their inter-process communication (IPC) namespace with the other containers in the task, or with the host. The IPC namespace allows containers to communicate directly through shared-memory with other containers running in the same task or host.

This feature is currently supported with EC2 launch-type.

AWS Server Migration Service Now Supports Hourly Replication Intervals

AWS Server Migration Service now supports hourly replication intervals, which enable customers to further minimize the downtime when migrating on-premises servers to Amazon EC2

AWS Server Migration Service is an agentless service which makes it easier and faster for customers to migrate on-premises workloads to AWS from VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V environments. It allows customers to automate, schedule, and track incremental replications of live server volumes, making it easier to coordinate large-scale server migrations. Previously, customers could only choose between 12 and 24 hours as the interval for their incremental replications of live servers. With this announcement, customers are able to run their incremental replication jobs every hour.

AWS Lambda Doubles Payload Size for Asynchronous Invocations

The maximum payload size for asynchronous AWS Lambda functions is now 256KB. Previously, the limit was 128KB. Lambda supports multiple invocation modes today. Now, you can pass larger payloads when a function is invoked asynchronously, allowing Lambda to operate more seamlessly with services like SNS that already support larger payloads.

There is no additional cost associated with invoking Lambda functions with an increased payload size. This feature is available in all regions where Lambda is available.

Deploy AWS IoT Camera Connector on AWS with New Quick Start

This Quick Start builds an Internet of Things (IoT) Camera Connector environment and serverless architecture on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud in about 5 minutes.

The Quick Start includes a template and Config App that help you rapidly discover, provision, connect, and manage cameras (available through select partners) and their streaming video content to Amazon Kinesis Video Streams.

In 5 minutes or less, you can connect up to thousands of cameras and begin implementing streaming-video analytics solutions.

To get started:

For additional AWS Quick Start reference deployments, see this catalog.

Amazon Aurora Serverless Now Available in Additional Regions

Amazon Aurora Serverless (MySQL compatible edition) is now available in an additional 9 AWS Regions. With the additions of Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), US West (N. California), Canada (Central), EU (Frankfurt), EU (London), and EU (Paris), you can now choose the Serverless configuration of Amazon Aurora in 14 geographic Regions.

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

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