CTT Big4 News AWS Recently #IBM009

CTT Big4 News AWS Recently #IBM009

Hello Friends, welcome to Big4 Recently

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

Introducing Amazon EC2 Fleet

Amazon EC2 Fleet is a new feature that simplifies the provisioning of Amazon EC2 capacity across different Amazon EC2 instance types, Availability Zones and across On-Demand, Amazon EC2 Reserved Instances (RI) and Amazon EC2 Spot purchase models. With a single API call, now you can provision capacity across EC2 instance types and across purchase models to achieve desired scale, performance and cost. 

You can create an EC2 Fleet specification defining target capacity, which EC2 instance types work for you, and how much of your fleet should be filled using On-Demand, RI and Spot purchase models. You can also indicate whether EC2 Fleet should take into account the number of cores and amount of memory on each instance or consider all instances equal when scaling. EC2 Fleet then launches the lowest price combination of instances to meet the target capacity based on these preferences. EC2 fleet enables you to use multiple instance types and purchase models to provision capacity cost effectively, with just a few clicks in the AWS Management Console.

AWS Service Catalog Launches Ability to Copy Products Across Regions

AWS Service Catalog, used by enterprises, system integrators, and managed service providers to organize, govern, and provision cloud resources on AWS, now allows administrators, via the console, to copy products across AWS Service Catalog supported AWS regions. This makes it easier for administrators to manage products across their enterprise.

Amazon DynamoDB Encryption Client Is Now Available in Python

The Amazon DynamoDB Encryption Client is a software library that helps you to protect your table data before you send it to Amazon DynamoDB. Encrypting your sensitive data in transit and at rest helps assure that your plaintext data isn’t available to any third party, including AWS.

The Amazon DynamoDB Encryption Client:

  • Is designed especially for DynamoDB applications
  • Includes secure encryption and signing
  • Provides interoperable language implementations in Java and Python
  • Uses cryptographic materials from any source
  • Does not require AWS or any AWS Service

Updated Quick Start for Tableau Server on the AWS Cloud Supports Linux

This updated Quick Start automatically deploys Tableau Server in a standalone or cluster environment on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud. With this update, you can deploy on either Linux or Microsoft Windows Server.

Tableau Server is an online solution for sharing, distributing, and collaborating on business intelligence content created in Tableau. With Tableau Server, you can create workbooks and views, dashboards, and data sources in Tableau Desktop, and publish this content to the server.

AWS Config Adds Support for AWS X-Ray

You can now record configuration changes to AWS X-Ray using AWS Config.

AWS X-Ray helps developers analyze and debug production-level distributed applications, such as those built using a microservices architecture. With X-Ray, you can understand how your application and its underlying services are functioning to identify and troubleshoot performance issues and errors.

With AWS Config support for X-Ray, you can track changes to the encryption configuration in X-Ray. Specifically, you can get a history of changes to the AWS KMS key that is associated with the encryption configuration. This information is useful for audit and compliance use cases in enterprises.

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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