CTT Big4 News AWS Recently #AWS025

CTT Big4 News AWS Recently #AWS025

Hello Friends, welcome to Big4 Recently

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

AWS Elemental MediaConvert is Now Available in the EU (Paris) Region

AWS Elemental MediaConvert is now available in the EU (Paris) region.

AWS Elemental MediaConvert allows video providers with any size content library to easily and reliably transcode on-demand content for broadcast and multiscreen delivery. The service functions independently or as part of AWS Elemental Media Services, a family of services that form the foundation of cloud-based workflows and offer the capabilities needed to transport, transcode, package, and deliver video.

Resource Groups Tagging API Supports Additional AWS Services

You can now use the Resource Groups Tagging API to centrally manage tags and search resources for 10 additional AWS Services: AWS CloudFormation, AWS CodeBuild, AWS DataSync, AWS Elastic Container Registry, Amazon Elastic Container Service, Amazon FSx, Amazon MQ, Amazon Neptune, Amazon Route53 Resolver, and AWS Step Functions.

The Resource Groups Tagging API is a single central point reaching across 57 AWS services to programmatically perform operations including tag resources, untag resources, list unique tag keys, list tag values, and search for resources with specific tags. To get started with and to view the list of supported AWS Services, visit Resource Groups Tagging API documentation.

Amazon ElastiCache for Redis adds support for Redis 5.0.3 and the ability to change Redis command names

February 28, 2019: Amazon ElastiCache for Redis adds support for Redis 5.0.3. Redis 5.0.3 is a maintenance release which includes several bug fixes and minor enhancements. You can now stay current with the most up to date version of Redis and benefit from recently introduced capabilities such as Redis Streams (made available with the launch of Redis 5.0 on ElastiCache in November 2018).

With the introduction of Redis 5.0.3, it now supports the ability to change Redis command names. You can take advantage of a new parameter, called rename-commands, that allows you to rename commands to user specified names and prevent accidental use of potentially intrusive or expensive commands. Amazon ElastiCache for Redis ensures that the command name changes are propagated to all nodes in the cluster immediately in an online manner and without the need for manual intervention. Furthermore, the command name changes persist through node reboots and replacements, thereby providing a fully-managed experience.

Support for Redis 5.0.3 and renaming of Redis commands is available in all commercial AWS regions. To learn more about the new version and the rename-commands parameter, please refer to the ElastiCache documentation. To create a new cluster on Amazon ElastiCache for Redis or modify parameters groups to rename commands, log into the AWS Management Console.

AWS CloudFormation Coverage Updates for AWS RAM, AWS Robomaker, Amazon ApiGateway, and more

AWS CloudFormation provides a common language for you to describe and provision all the infrastructure resources in your cloud environment. CloudFormation allows you to use a simple text file to model and provision, in an automated and secure manner, all the resources needed for your applications across all regions and accounts.

Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) now supports new features for aggregations, arrays, and indexing

Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) is a fast, scalable, highly available, and fully managed document database service that supports MongoDB workloads. Today, Amazon DocumentDB added support for new aggregation string operators ($concat, $substr, $substrBytes, $substrCP, $strcasecmp), an array aggregation operator ($size), an aggregation group accumulator operator ($push), and aggregation stages ($redact and $indexStats) that allow you to compose powerful aggregations over your documents. Additionally, Amazon DocumentDB now supports positional array operators ($[] and $[<identifier>]) for updating elements in an array and hint() for selecting an index.

Amazon Translate is now available in the AWS Europe (Frankfurt) and Asia Pacific (Seoul) Regions

Amazon Translate is a neural machine translation service that delivers fast, high-quality, and affordable language translation. Neural machine translation is a form of language translation automation that uses deep learning models to deliver more accurate translation than traditional statistical and rule-based translation algorithms. 

By using the service in the Frankfurt and Seoul AWS regions, customers can now keep their data in Germany and Korea, and experience lower latency when using Amazon Translate. For a full list of regions Amazon Translate supports, refer to Global Infrastructure page. 

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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