Amazon Web Services (AWS): re:Invent 2019: Day 3 (DEC, 3): Updates - II

Let's talk about AWS new launch and previews for Day 3 @ AWS re:Invent 2019:

  1. Amazon Redshift data lake export - Users can now unload the result of an Amazon Redshift query to Amazon S3 data lake as Apache Parquet, an efficient open columnar storage format for analytics. Read more @
  2. Amazon RDS on Outposts is available (In Preview) - Amazon RDS on Outposts is available in Preview, allowing users to deploy fully managed Amazon RDS database instances in their on-premises environments. Read more @
  3. Amazon S3 Access Points - makes it simple to manage access at scale for applications using shared data sets on S3. Read more @
  4. Amazon Augmented AI - Amazon A2I makes it easy to build the workflows required for human review of ML predictions. Read more @
  5. Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels - a new feature of Amazon Rekognition that enables customers to build their own machine learning (ML) based image analysis capabilities to detect unique objects and scenes, relevant to their business need. Read more @
  6. AWS Transit Gateway now supports Inter-Region Peering - AWS Transit Gateway now supports the ability to establish peering connections between Transit Gateways in different AWS Regions. Read more @
  7. Run IP Multicast Workloads in the Cloud Using AWS Transit Gateway - AWS Transit Gateway now supports routing internet protocol (IP) multicast traffic between attached Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) connections. Read more @
  8. Amazon Redshift introduces support for federated querying (In Preview) - The in-preview Amazon Redshift Federated Query feature allows users to query and analyze data across operational databases, data warehouses and data lakes. Read more @
  9. Accelerated Site-to-Site VPN for Improved VPN Performance -availability of Accelerated Site-to-Site VPN which uses AWS Global Accelerator to improve the performance of VPN connections by intelligently routing traffic through the AWS Global Network and AWS edge locations. Read more @
  10. AWS Deep Learning AMIs with Updated Framework Support: Tensorflow 1.15 & 2.0, PyTorch 1.3.1, and MXNet 1.6.0-rc0 - The AWS Deep Learning AMIs are available on Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 16.04, Amazon Linux 2, and Amazon Linux with TensorFlow 1.15, Tensorflow 2.0, PyTorch 1.3.1, MXNet 1.6.0-rc0. Also new in this version is support for AWS Neuron, a SDK for running inference using AWS Inferentia chips. Read more @
  11. AWS Deep Java Library - an open source library to develop Deep Learning models in Java. DJL offers user-friendly APIs to train, test, and deploy Deep Learning models. Read more @
  12. AWS Wavelength for delivering ultra-low latency applications for 5G - AWS Wavelength embeds AWS compute and storage services at the edge of telecommunications providers’ 5G networks, and provides seamless access to the breadth of AWS services in the region. Read more @
  13. Amazon Redshift introduces RA3 nodes with managed storage - Amazon Redshift RA3 nodes with managed storage are generally available. RA3 nodes enable users to scale and pay for compute and storage independently allowing to size their cluster based only on their compute needs. Read more @
  14. AWS Deep Learning Containers with Tensorflow 1.15, PyTorch 1.3.1, and MXNet 1.6.0-rc0 - The AWS Deep Learning Containers are available today with the latest framework versions of Tensorflow 1.15, PyTorch 1.3.1, and MXNet 1.6.0-rc0. Read more @
  15. AWS UltraWarm for Amazon Elasticsearch Service (In Preview) - Amazon Elasticsearch Service now offers UltraWarm, a performance-optimized warm storage tier. UltraWarm lets you store and interactively analyze your data using Elasticsearch and Kibana while reducing your cost per GB by up to 90% over existing Amazon Elasticsearch Service hot storage options. Read more @
  16. Amazon RDS Proxy (In Preview) - Amazon RDS Proxy, a fully managed, highly available database proxy for Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS), is now available in preview. RDS Proxy makes applications more scalable, more resilient to database failures, and more secure. Read more @
  17. Amazon Managed Apache Cassandra Service (In Preview) - Amazon Managed Apache Cassandra Service is a scalable, highly available, and managed Apache Cassandra–compatible database service that enables users to run your Cassandra workloads in the AWS Cloud using the same Cassandra application code, Apache 2.0–licensed drivers, and tools. Read more @
  18. AWS Local Zone in Los Angeles - The LA Local Zone is a new type of AWS infrastructure deployment that places compute, storage, and other select services closer to customers, giving developers the ability to run applications that require single-digit millisecond latencies to end-users in LA. Read more @
  19. AWS Step Functions Express Workflows - Express Workflows are a new type of AWS Step Functions workflow type that cost-effectively orchestrate AWS compute, database, and messaging services at event rates greater than 100,000 events per second. Read more @
  20. AWS Security Hub integrates with AWS IAM Access Analyzer - AWS Security Hub now integrates with AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) Access Analyzer. Read more @

AWS re:Invent 2019 - Day 3 (DEC, 3) experience by Piyush Jalan.

Stay tuned for more AWS re:Invent 2019 updates !!