Les dernières annonces AWS (anglais)

  • Deploy Aviatrix FQDN Egress Filtering on AWS with New Quick Start


    This Quick Start builds a highly available, secure Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) Egress Filtering service on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud in about 10 minutes. It automatically deploys an Aviatrix Controller for enabling Egress Filtering in a new or existing virtual private cloud (VPC). You can connect to VPCs in the AWS Cloud with enhanced security, and access your Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances, applications, and services.  

  • Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics is now available in EU (Frankfurt)


    Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics is now available in the EU (Frankfurt) AWS Region. With the addition of this region, Kinesis Data Analytics is now available in 4 AWS Regions globally: US (Northern Virginia), US (Oregon), EU (Ireland), and EU (Frankfurt). 

  • AWS Elemental MediaStore Now Available in Asia Pacific (Seoul) Region


    AWS Elemental MediaStore is a video origination and storage service that offers the high performance, predictable low latency, and immediate consistency required for live streaming media combined with the security and durability AWS offers across its services. MediaStore offers an inexpensive method for pass-through and low-latency segmented video content delivery, with pay-as-you-go pricing.

  • AWS Systems Manager Run Command Now Streams Output to Amazon CloudWatch Logs


    AWS Systems Manager, a unified experience to view operational data from multiple AWS services to automate operational tasks across your AWS resources, now allows streaming of Run Command output to Amazon CloudWatch logs, allowing you to track command execution in near real-time.

  • AWS Systems Manager Automation Conditional Branching for Step Failure


    AWS Systems Manager now supports taking action for Automation step failure by allowing branching to another step within the Automation Document. This feature allows customers to perform graceful exits, send notifications, and a variety of clean up actions when an automation step fails. For example, when an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) update automation step fails midway, the customer can now call for automation to take a snapshot, close the EC2 instance, notify admin, and exit gracefully. Previously, there were only two choices, “Continue” and “Abort” upon failure of a step.

  • Amazon SageMaker Now Supports Pipe Input Mode for Built-In TensorFlow Containers


    Amazon SageMaker now supports Pipe Input Mode for the built-in TensorFlow containers. Pipe Input Mode enables data to stream directly from Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) to the TensorFlow container on the training instance, using the TensorFlow dataset construct.

  • AWS Amplify JavaScript Library extends its support for Ionic Framework


    AWS Amplify JavaScript library announced support for Ionic 4, the upcoming version of Ionic Framework. Mobile developers can now quickly add cloud functionality into their Ionic 4 apps using AWS Amplify's UI components, and utilize an extensive collection of features including authorization, user storage, analytics, and chatbots.

  • Amazon SageMaker Supports High Throughput Batch Transform Jobs for Non-Real Time Inferencing


    Amazon SageMaker now supports fully-managed high-throughput batch transform jobs for non-real time inferencing. Existing machine learning models developed on Amazon SageMaker can work seamlessly with this new capability without any changes.

  • Amazon S3 Announces Increased Request Rate Performance


    Amazon S3 now provides increased performance to support up to 3,500 requests per second to add data and 5,500 requests per second to retrieve data, which can save significant processing time for no additional charge. Each S3 prefix can support these request rates, making it simple to increase performance exponentially.

  • Amazon Comprehend Now Supports Syntax Analysis


    Starting today, Amazon Comprehend supports Syntax analysis —enabling customers to analyze text using tokenization and Parts of Speech (PoS). The Amazon Comprehend Syntax API allows customers to identify word boundaries and labels like nouns and adjectives within the text.  

  • AWS AppSync releases enhanced no-code GraphQL API builder, HTTP resolvers, and new built-in scalar types


    Today, AWS AppSync has released a new flow for provisioning a GraphQL endpoint. Customers can now model logical types and automatically create resolvers along with Amazon DynamoDB tables without needing to first write a GraphQL schema. The process includes a new query and filtering system that allows logical comparisons (greater than, contains, etc.) against fields in a schema without requiring any coding from the developer.

  • Announcing Bring Your Own IP for Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Preview)


    Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) now allows you to use your own publicly-routable IP addresses with AWS resources such as EC2 instances, Network Load Balancers, and NAT Gateways. After you bring your IPs to AWS, AWS will advertise your public IP addresses on the Internet. You will continue to have access to Amazon IP addresses and can choose to use your own IP addresses, Amazon’s IP addresses, or both with your AWS resources.

    Your applications might use trusted IP addresses that are whitelisted by your partners and customers. With Bring Your Own IP, you can move these applications to AWS without requiring your partners and customers to change their IP address whitelists. Bring Your Own IP is also useful for applications such as commercial email services that rely on IP address reputation to allow traffic from your endpoints to reach intended recipients.

    Bring Your Own IP is available for preview in the US West (Oregon) region. You can request access to this feature by completing this request form.

  • Coming soon – Amazon Transcribe to Identify Speakers Based on Channels


    Amazon Transcribe is an automatic speech recognition (ASR) service that makes it easy for you to add a speech-to-text capability to your applications. You can use Amazon Transcribe to create text transcripts of audio and video files. Coming soon, Amazon Transcribe will support a feature called channel synthesis to better handle audio where each speaker records on a different channel. For example, a stereo track with the interviewer is stored in the left and the interviewee on the right.

  • Amazon Transcribe is now available in the Asia Pacific (Sydney) and Canada (Central) Regions


    Amazon Transcribe is now available in the AWS Asia Pacific (Sydney) and Canada (Central) Regions. Amazon Transcribe is an automatic speech recognition (ASR) service that makes it easy for you to add a speech-to-text capability to your applications. You can use Amazon Transcribe to create text transcripts of audio and video files. 

  • Amazon Polly Now Supports Input Character Limit of 100K and Stores Output Files in S3


    Amazon Polly is a service that turns texts into lifelike speech, allowing you to create applications that talk, and build entirely new categories of speech-enabled applications. Starting today, you can put up to 100,000 characters in an input text using the new asynchronous synthesis task and store the output files in S3. This greatly simplifies the process of voicing long form content like news articles and documents.

  • Amazon Translate Adds Six New Languages


    Amazon Translate is a neural machine translation service that delivers fast, high-quality, and affordable language translation. Starting today, Amazon Translate is adding the following six new languages that are highly requested by customers: Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Italian, Japanese, Russian, and Turkish. These languages expand upon the existing six languages already available in Amazon Translate: Arabic, Chinese (Simplified), French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish.

  • Amazon Polly Now Lets You Define the Maximum Amount of Time for Speech to Complete


    Amazon Polly is a service that turns texts into lifelike speech, allowing you to create applications that talk, and build entirely new categories of speech-enabled applications. Today, Amazon Polly is releasing a new feature, time-driven prosody, which automatically adjusts the speech rate based on a maximum allotted amount of time you define. 

  • New SBE1 Amazon EC2 instances for AWS Snowball Edge


    Customers in industries such as mining, energy, military, retail, and manufacturing use Snowball Edge to collect data in remote locations and ship these devices and data back to AWS with a standard freight carrier. These devices can also perform simple local pre-processing tasks using AWS Greengrass, AWS Lambda functions, and Amazon S3.

  • Kinesis Video Streams now supports HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) to playback live and recorded video from devices


    The Amazon Kinesis Video Streams’ HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) capability enables developers to playback their ingested video streams using the industry-standard, HTTP-based media streaming protocol. As devices stream their video into Kinesis Video Streams, developers can use the fully-managed HLS capability to playback live and recorded video from their streams.

  • Amazon API Gateway Increases API Limits


    Starting today, Amazon API Gateway has increased the number of APIs and the request rate limit for creating and importing regional and private APIs. These limit increase enable you to better develop, deploy, and scale your API Gateway APIs.

  • AWS Service Catalog Now Supports Service Catalog Resources in CloudFormation


    AWS Service Catalog, used by enterprises, system integrators, and managed service providers to organize, govern, and provision cloud resources on AWS, now supports the ability for you to use AWS Cloudformation to create Service Catalog resources.

  • Amazon EC2 AMIs with .NET Core Now Support .NET Core 2.1


    Amazon Linux 2 and Ubuntu AMIs with .NET Core now support .NET Core 2.1. These AMIs come pre-configured with .NET Core 2.1 (with Long Term Support), PowerShell Core 6.0, and the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI). This enables you to quickly and easily deploy and run .NET Core applications on Amazon EC2.

  • Amazon SageMaker Announces Several Enhancements to Built-in Algorithms and Frameworks


    Amazon SageMaker announces several enhancements to the built-in DeepAR, BlazingText, and Linear Learner algorithms. Chainer 4.1 is now supported on the pre-configured containers within Amazon SageMaker.

  • AWS Glue now provides additional ETL job metrics


    AWS Glue now provides additional Apache Spark metrics for better debugging and profiling of ETL jobs. Customers can easily track runtime metrics such as bytes read and written, memory usage and CPU load of the driver and executors, and data shuffles among executors from the Glue Console.

  • Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics now supports configuring data enrichment from the AWS Management Console


    You can now configure your Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics applications to enrich a source data stream with an Amazon S3 object in the AWS Management console.