Amazon OpenSearch Service simplifies remote reindex for VPC domains

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Amazon OpenSearch Service adds a new connection mode for cross-cluster connection, simplifying the setup required to remote reindex between a local domain and remote VPC domains. Remote reindex enables you to migrate data from a source domain to a target domain. Remote reindex is also useful when you have to upgrade your clusters across multiple […]


EC2 Hibernate now supports Amazon EC2 C6i, C6id, M6i, M6id, and I3en instances

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You can now hibernate Elastic Block Storage-backed Amazon EC2 I3en, M6i, M6id, C6i, and C6id instances. Hibernation provides you with the convenience of pausing your instances and resuming them later from a saved state. Hibernation is just like closing and opening your laptop lid — your application will start right from where it left off. […]


Amazon MemoryDB for Redis Announces 99.99% Availability Service Level Agreement

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Amazon MemoryDB for Redis now offers an availability Service Level Agreement (SLA) of 99.99% when using a Multi-Availability Zone (Multi-AZ) configuration. Previously, MemoryDB offered an SLA of 99.9% for Multi-AZ configurations. With this launch, MemoryDB has updated its Multi-AZ SLA to provide 10x higher levels of availability.


Amazon Athena releases data source connector for Google Cloud Storage

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Starting today, you can use Amazon Athena to query data in Google Cloud Storage. With Athena’s data source connectors, you can run SQL queries on data stored in relational, non-relational, object, and custom data sources without the need to move data to S3 or learn a new query dialect. Google Cloud Storage is a managed service […]


AWS CloudTrail Lake now supports ingestion of activity events from non-AWS sources

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AWS CloudTrail Lake now supports ingesting activity events from non-AWS sources, making CloudTrail Lake a single location to immutably store user and API activity events for auditing and security investigations across AWS and hybrid environments. You can consolidate activity events from AWS and non-AWS sources – such as in-house applications and SaaS applications running in […]



Amazon Polly launches two new US English NTTS voices

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Amazon Polly is a service that turns text into lifelike speech, allowing you to create applications that talk, and build entirely new categories of speech-enabled products. Today, we are excited to announce the general availability of Ruth and Stephen, two new US English neural Text-to-speech (NTTS) voices.


Amazon ElastiCache for Redis announces 99.99% availability Service Level Agreement

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Amazon Elasticache for Redis now offers an availability Service Level Agreement (SLA) of 99.99% when using a Multi-Availability Zone (Multi-AZ) configuration. Previously, ElastiCache for Redis offered an SLA of 99.9% for Multi-AZ configurations. With this launch, ElastiCache for Redis has updated its Multi-AZ SLA to provide 10x higher levels of availability.


AWS Systems Manager announces integration of Automation with Change Calendar

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Today, we are excited to announce integration of Systems Manager Automation with Systems Manager Change Calendar. Customers can now reduce the risks associated with changes to their production environment by allowing Automation runbooks to run during an allowed time window. With this feature, users in your account can only run automations during the time periods […]