• AWS Trusted Advisor Expands Functionality With New Best Practice Checks

    Posted On: Jan 22, 2019

    AWS Trusted Advisor is an application that draws upon best practices learned from AWS’ aggregated operational history of serving millions of AWS customers. Trusted Advisor inspects your AWS environment and makes recommendations for saving money, improving system performance, and closing security gaps.

    Recently, AWS Trusted Advisor has released nine new checks to help keep you operating efficiently, securely, and up-to-date with AWS best practices.

    • DynamoDB Read Capacity: Checks for usage that is more than 80% of the DynamoDB Provisioned Throughput Limit for Reads per Account.
    • DynamoDB Write Capacity: Checks for usage that is more than 80% of the DynamoDB Provisioned Throughput Limit for Writes per Account.
    • Route53 Hosted Zones: Checks for usage that is more than 80% of the Route 53 Hosted Zones Limit per account.
    • Route53 Max Health Checks: Checks for usage that is more than 80% of the Route 53 Health Checks Limit per account.
    • Route53 Reusable Delegation Sets: Checks for usage that is more than 80% of the Route 53 Reusable Delegation Sets Limit per account.
    • Route53 Traffic Policies: Checks for usage that is more than 80% of the Route 53 Traffic Policies Limit per account.
    • Route53 Traffic Policy Instances: Checks for usage that is more than 80% of the Route 53 Traffic Policy Instances Limit per account.
    • ENA Driver Version for EC2 Windows Instances: Checks the version of the ENA driver for Amazon EC2 Windows instances, and then alerts you if the driver (a) is deprecated and no longer supported; (b) is deprecated with identified issues; or (c) has an available upgrade.
    • NVMe Driver Version for EC2 Windows Instances: Checks the version of the NVMe driver for Amazon EC2 Windows instances, and then alerts you if the driver (a) is deprecated and no longer supported; (b) is deprecated with identified issues; or (c) has an available upgrade.

    AWS strives to continuously add more checks to allow you to ensure operational health and optimal performance. For a full set of Trusted Advisor Best Practice Checks, click here

  • AWS Migration Hub Now Supports Importing On-Premises Server and Application Data to Track Migration Progress

    Posted On: Jan 18, 2019

    AWS Migration Hub, which provides a single location to discover and track the progress of application migrations across multiple AWS and partner solutions, launched the import feature. This new feature allows you to import information about your on-premises servers into AWS Migration Hub, including server specifications, utilization data, and the applications the servers are part of, giving you the opportunity to track the status of your application migrations as you migrate them to AWS.

  • Amazon Comprehend is now Integrated with AWS CloudTrail

    Posted On: Jan 18, 2019

    Amazon Comprehend is a natural language processing (NLP) service that uses machine learning to find insights and relationships in text. Starting today, asynchronous Amazon Comprehend API calls are recorded with AWS CloudTrail. With AWS CloudTrail, you can simplify security analysis, resource change tracking, and troubleshooting your Amazon Comprehend requests, like monitoring your Comprehend batch analytics job status.

  • Object Bounding Boxes and More Accurate Object and Scene Detection are now Available for Amazon Rekognition Video

    Posted On: Jan 18, 2019

    Amazon Rekognition Video is a deep learning-based video analysis service that can identify objects, people, text, scenes, and activities, as well as detect unsafe content. Object and Scene detection - also called label detection - can identify thousands of common objects and scenes in a video, as well as the timestamp for when each label appears. Amazon Rekognition Video has been updated to provide significantly improved accuracy for all existing labels across a variety of use cases. In addition, label detection can now specify the location of objects such as dogs, people, and cars in a video by returning bounding box for each object. A bounding box is a set of coordinates that precisely indicates a specific object location in a video frame. Customers can use the bounding box information to count objects ("3 cars"), and to understand the relationship between objects ("person next to a car") at a particular timestamp in a video. Lastly, for each label found, Amazon Rekognition Video now returns its parent labels in a hierarchical list. For example, the label 'Dog' has the parents 'Mammal', 'Canine', and 'Animal'. This metadata allows customers to group labels related by parent-child relationships to improve categorization and facilitates easier mapping to in-house taxonomies. No machine learning experience is required to get started.

  • AWS CodePipeline Now Supports Deploying to Amazon S3

    Posted On: Jan 17, 2019

    AWS CodePipeline is a fully managed continuous delivery (CD) service that lets you automate your software release process for fast and reliable updates. You can now use CodePipeline to deploy files, such as static website content or artifacts from your build process, to Amazon S3.

  • AWS Secrets Manager Announces Service Level Agreement

    Posted On: Jan 17, 2019

    We have published a service level agreement (SLA) for AWS Secrets Manager. We will use commercially reasonable efforts to make AWS Secrets Manager available with a Monthly Uptime Percentage for each AWS region, during any monthly billing cycle, of at least 99.9% (the “Service Commitment”). In the event AWS Secrets Manager does not meet the Service Commitment, you will be eligible to receive a Service Credit as described in the AWS Secrets Manager Service Level Agreement.

  • Deploy Micro Focus Enterprise Server on AWS with New Quick Start

    Posted On: Jan 17, 2019

    This Quick Start automatically deploys Micro Focus Enterprise Server into a new or existing virtual private cloud (VPC) on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud in about 1 hour and 15 minutes. The Quick Start includes an optional BankDemo demonstration application for testing the deployment.

  • Amazon ECR Announces 99.9% Service Level Agreement

    Posted On: Jan 16, 2019

    AWS has published a service level agreement (SLA) for Amazon Elastic Container Registry (ECR), which provides availability guarantees for Amazon ECR.

  • Amazon EKS Announces 99.9% Service Level Agreement

    Posted On: Jan 16, 2019

    AWS has published a service level agreement (SLA) for Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS), which provides availability guarantees for Amazon EKS.

    AWS will use commercially reasonable efforts to make Amazon EKS available with a Monthly Uptime Percentage, during any monthly billing cycle, of at least 99.9% (the “Service Commitment”). In the event Amazon EKS does not meet the Service Commitment, you will be eligible to receive a Service Credit as described in the Amazon EKS Service Level Agreement.  

    This SLA is now available in all regions where Amazon EKS is available. For more information on where Amazon EKS is available, see the AWS region table. Please visit our product page to learn more about Amazon EKS.

  • Improve Security Of Your AWS SSO Users Signing In To The User Portal By Using Email-based Verification

    Posted On: Jan 16, 2019

    AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO) now enables you to configure additional settings that allow you to enable email-based verification for the improved security of your users when they sign in to the user portal. You can enable email-based verification in a user-friendly context-aware mode or a compliance-friendly always-on mode.

  • Amazon EBS Integrates with AWS Backup to Protect Your Volumes

    Posted On: Jan 16, 2019

    You can now use AWS Backup, an automated and centralized backup service, to protect EBS volumes and your other AWS resources. With AWS Backup, you can configure backups for EBS volumes, automate backup scheduling, set retention policies, and monitor backup and restore activity.

  • AWS Backup Integrates with Amazon DynamoDB for Centralized and Automated Backup Management

    Posted On: Jan 16, 2019

    AWS Backup was launched today, and it is integrated with Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon EBS, Amazon RDS, Amazon EFS, and AWS Storage Gateway to give you a fully managed AWS backup solution.

  • Alexa for Business now offers IT admins simplified workflow to setup shared devices

    Posted On: Jan 16, 2019

    Alexa for Business now offers a simplified setup process for shared Echo devices. Shared devices are usually setup using the Alexa for Business Desktop Setup tool. To enable customers to try out the service quickly, Alexa for Business now offers the ability for IT admins to also use the Alexa companion app to setup the devices. Once it is setup in the companion app, IT admins can import the devices as shared devices onto the Alexa for Business console.

  • AWS Storage Gateway Integrates with AWS Backup to Protect Volumes Managed through Volume Gateway

    Posted On: Jan 16, 2019

    You can now use AWS Backup, an automated and centralized backup service, to protect volumes stored with the AWS Storage Gateway service’s block storage option, the Volume Gateway. With AWS Backup, you can configure backups for Volume Gateway volumes, automate backup scheduling, set retention policies, and monitor backup and restore activity.

  • Introducing AWS Backup

    Posted On: Jan 16, 2019

    AWS Backup is a fully managed backup service that makes it easy to centralize and automate the back up of data across AWS services in the cloud as well as on premises. With AWS Backup, protecting your AWS resources, such as Amazon EFS file systems, is as easy as a few clicks in the AWS Backup console. Customers can configure and audit the AWS resources they want to back up, automate backup scheduling, set retention policies, and monitor all recent backup and restore activity. 

  • Amazon EC2 T3 Instances are Now Available in the Asia Pacific (Mumbai) AWS Region

    Posted On: Jan 16, 2019
  • Introducing Amazon Elastic File System Integration with AWS Backup

    Posted On: Jan 16, 2019

    Backup Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) with AWS Backup.

  • Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose is Now Available in the AWS China (Beijing) Region, Operated by Sinnet, and the AWS China (Ningxia) Region, Operated by NWCD

    Posted On: Jan 16, 2019

    Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose is now available in the AWS China (Beijing) Region, operated by Sinnet, and AWS China (Ningxia) Region, operated by NWCD. Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose is the easiest way to load streaming data into data stores and analytics tools. It can capture, transform, and load streaming data into Amazon S3 and Amazon Elasticsearch Service, enabling near real-time analytics with existing business intelligence tools you are already using today.

  • Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose is Now Available in the AWS GovCloud (US-West) Region

    Posted On: Jan 16, 2019

    Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose is now available in the AWS GovCloud (US-West) Region, an isolated AWS Region designed to host sensitive data and regulated workloads in the cloud for customers who have U.S. federal, state, and local government compliance requirements. Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose is the easiest way to load streaming data into data stores and analytics tools. It can capture, transform, and load streaming data into Amazon S3, Amazon Redshift, Amazon Elasticsearch Service, and Splunk, enabling near real-time analytics with existing business intelligence tools you are already using today.

  • AWS Elemental MediaConvert Adds IMF Input and Enhances Caption Burn-In Support

    Posted On: Jan 15, 2019

    AWS Elemental MediaConvert has added a new feature, IMF (Interoperable Master Format) package ingest, and enhanced an existing feature, caption burn-in, with the addition of several languages. Using MediaConvert, you can now ingest packages with JPEG-2000 video, up to 10 bit UHD format, with IMSC1 text captions. You can pass through HDR (High Dynamic Range) metadata from a CPL (Composition Playlist) to outputs. By taking advantage of IMF, you can reduce asset storage and management costs, and simplify business-to-business distribution workflows for your file-based content. This release of MediaConvert also includes a new high-quality dithering engine, which accepts RGB source files up to 16 bits and is optimized for premium content workflows.

  • Amazon Kinesis Video Streams Announces 99.9% Service Level Agreement

    Posted On: Jan 14, 2019

    AWS has published a service level agreement (SLA) for Amazon Kinesis Video Streams, which provides availability guarantees for Amazon Kinesis Video Streams.

  • Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose Announces 99.9% Service Level Agreement

    Posted On: Jan 14, 2019

    AWS has published a service level agreement (SLA) for Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose, which provides availability guarantees for Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose.

  • Amazon Kinesis Data Streams Announces 99.9% Service Level Agreement

    Posted On: Jan 14, 2019

    AWS has published a service level agreement (SLA) for Amazon Kinesis Data Streams, which provides availability guarantees for Amazon Kinesis Data Streams.

  • Amazon QuickSight Launches Pivot Table Enhancements, Cross-Schema Joins and More

    Posted On: Jan 11, 2019

    Amazon QuickSight launches support for additional functionality on pivot table charts. Pivot tables now have an updated look and feel with consistent shading, support copy and pasting cell values, provide formatting options to auto fit to screen size to reduce empty spaces and more. Most importantly, you can add totals and sub-totals on rows and columns, expand/collapse all rows/columns with a single click. Additionally, with increase in row/column field limits, authors can now add up to 20 values in each of the row and column field wells. With pagination enabled, users can now scroll down and across infinitely. For more information on new pivot table enhancements, see here.

  • AWS Config adds support for AWS Service Catalog

    Posted On: Jan 11, 2019

    You can now use AWS Config to record configuration changes to AWS Service Catalog, a service that allows customers to organize, govern, and provision cloud resources on AWS. With AWS Config, you can track changes to the configuration of an AWS Service Catalog portfolio, such as addition or removal of launch constraints, tags and accounts with which the portfolio has been shared.

  • Amazon EC2 Spot now Provides Results for the “Describe Spot Instance Request” in Multiple Pages

    Posted On: Jan 10, 2019

    Amazon EC2 Spot makes it easier to operate Spot Instances at scale by publishing the results for the “Describe Spot Instance Request” in a multi-page format. You can check the status of your Spot request and receive the results in multiple pages by setting the MaxResults parameter to a value between 5 and 1000. You can receive up to a maximum of 1000 results in a single page. If there are more than 1000 results to display, you will receive a Next Token. Use the Next Token to receive the next set of results until the Next Token is null. This enables you to get all the results from your describe request in multiple pages. We recommend you to use paginated describes instead of getting all the results in a single request.

    Pagination support for the Describe Spot Instance requests API is now available in all public AWS Regions. You can learn more about this feature in the docs here.

  • AWS Single Sign-On Now Enables You to Direct Users to a Specific AWS Management Console Page

    Posted On: Jan 10, 2019

    With AWS Single Sign-On (AWS SSO), you can now enable your users to get to the AWS resources they manage quickly. You can now configure relay state for AWS accounts to direct your users to a specific AWS console page, such as the Amazon EC2 console, instead of going to AWS console home page when they choose AWS account in the user portal. You can configure relay state for each permission set that you manage in AWS SSO, allowing you to set the AWS console page corresponding to the AWS resource defined in the permission set. To learn more about how to direct your users to a specific AWS Management Console page, see Manage SSO to Your AWS Accounts.

  • AWS IoT Core Now Enables Customers to Store Messages for Disconnected Devices

    Posted On: Jan 10, 2019

    Beginning today you can start connecting your devices to AWS IoT Core using Persistent Sessions. Persistent Sessions store subscription information and pending Quality of Service (QoS) 1 messages should the devices become disconnected. When a device reconnects and resumes a Persistent Session, its subscriptions will be automatically reinstated and any stored messages will be delivered.

  • AWS Device Farm Now Supports Appium Node.js and Appium Ruby

    Posted On: Jan 10, 2019

    You can now run Appium tests written in Ruby or Node.js against your native, hybrid and browser-based apps on AWS Device Farm. Device Farm supports tests written in any JavaScript and Ruby frameworks such as Mocha and RSpec. You can also specify the dependencies your project needs and the exact commands to be run during test execution, to ensure your tests run precisely like they do in your local environment.

    AWS Device Farm is an app testing service that lets you run automated tests and interact with your Android, iOS, and web apps on real devices. Device Farm supports running automated tests written in most of the popular test frameworks including Espresso, XCTest, Appium Python and Appium Java. Starting today, you can use Device Farm to execute your tests written in Appium Node.js and Appium Ruby against real devices. You can customize any step in the test process using these frameworks through a simple configuration file.

    To learn more about how to use Appium Node.js for Android AWS Device Farm please review our documentation.

    For more information on AWS Device Farm please visit our product page

  • AWS Glue is now available in the AWS EU (Paris) Region

    Posted On: Jan 10, 2019

    You can now use AWS Glue in the AWS EU (Paris) Region.

  • Amazon EKS Available in Seoul Region

    Posted On: Jan 9, 2019

    Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (EKS) is now available in the Asia Pacific (Seoul) region. 

  • AWS Database Migration Service Now Supports Amazon DocumentDB with MongoDB compatibility as a target

    Posted On: Jan 9, 2019

    AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) has expanded functionality by adding support for Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) as a target. Using DMS, you can now perform live migrations to Amazon DocumentDB from MongoDB replica sets, sharded clusters, or any AWS DMS supported source including Amazon Aurora, PostgreSQL, MySQL, MariaDB, Oracle, SAP ASE and Microsoft SQL Server databases with minimal downtime.

    To learn more about migrating data to Amazon DocumentDB with DMS, see the documentation for the Amazon DocumentDB target. The Amazon DocumentDB target in DMS is available in all regions in which Amazon DocumentDB is available. For AWS DMS and Amazon DocumentDB availability, see the AWS Region Table.


  • Amazon Neptune is Now Available in Asia Pacific (Sydney)

    Posted On: Jan 9, 2019

    Amazon Neptune is now available in the Asia Pacific (Sydney) region.

  • Introducing Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) – Generally available

    Posted On: Jan 9, 2019

    Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) is a fast, scalable, highly available, and fully managed document database service that supports MongoDB workloads. Developers can use the same MongoDB application code, drivers, and tools to run, manage, and scale workloads on Amazon DocumentDB and enjoy improved performance, scalability, and availability without having to worry about managing the underlying infrastructure. Customers can easily migrate their MongoDB databases that are on-premises or on Amazon EC2 to Amazon DocumentDB for free (for six months per instance) with virtually no downtime using the AWS Database Migration Service (DMS). There are no up-front investments required to use Amazon DocumentDB, and customers only pay for the capacity they use.

    Amazon DocumentDB is generally available and you can use Amazon DocumentDB in the following AWS regions: US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), and Europe (Ireland).

    To learn more about Amazon DocumentDB, visit https://aws.amazon.com/documentdb. 

  • AWS OpsWorks Stacks Now Supports Amazon Linux 2, Amazon Linux 2018.03, and Ubuntu 18.04

    Posted On: Jan 8, 2019

    AWS OpsWorks Stacks now supports Amazon Linux 2 and Ubuntu 18.04 for Chef 12 stacks and Amazon Linux 2018.03 for both Chef 11 and Chef 12 stacks. Previously, the latest supported versions of Amazon Linux and Ubuntu were Amazon Linux 2017.09 and Ubuntu 16.04, which required customized AMIs or Chef recipes in order to take advantage of the stability and security of Amazon Linux 2 and Ubuntu 18.04. Now, you can select Amazon Linux 2, Ubuntu 18.04, or Amazon Linux 2018.03 as the default operating system for instances created in your stack with a few clicks. Amazon Linux 2 will offer extended availability of software updates for the core operating system through 5 years of long-term support.

  • Amazon EC2 X1e Instances are Now Available in the Asia Pacific (Seoul) AWS Region

    Posted On: Jan 8, 2019
  • AWS ParallelCluster is now available in AWS China (Beijing) Region, operated by SINNET and AWS China (Ningxia) Region, operated by NWCD.

    Posted On: Jan 7, 2019

    AWS ParallelCluster is a fully supported and maintained open source cluster management tool that makes it easy for scientists, researchers, and IT administrators to deploy and manage High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters in the AWS cloud. HPC clusters are collections of tightly coupled compute, storage, and networking resources that enable customers to run large scale scientific and engineering workloads. Built as an enhancement to and replacement for the popular open source CfnCluster project, AWS ParallelCluster enables customers to quickly build an HPC cluster on AWS. It automatically sets up the required compute resources and shared file systems and offers a variety of batch scheduler options, including Sun Grid Engine (SGE), Torque, and Slurm.

    AWS ParallelCluster reduces the operational overhead of cluster management and simplifies running HPC workloads on AWS. AWS ParallelCluster facilitates both quick-start proof of concepts (POCs) and production deployments. AWS ParallelCluster is available at no additional charge, and you pay only for the AWS resources needed to run your applications. AWS ParallelCluster is released via the Python Package Index (PyPI). AWS ParallelCluster’s source code is hosted under the Amazon Web Services repository on GitHub at https://github.com/aws/aws-parallelcluster

    AWS ParallelCluster is now available in AWS China (Beijing) Region, operated by Sinnet and AWS China (Ningxia) Region, operated by NWCD. Learn how to launch an HPC cluster using AWS ParallelCluster here.
     

  • AWS ParallelCluster is now available in AWS Europe (Stockholm) Region

    Posted On: Jan 7, 2019

    AWS ParallelCluster is a fully supported and maintained open source cluster management tool that makes it easy for scientists, researchers, and IT administrators to deploy and manage High Performance Computing (HPC) clusters in the AWS cloud. HPC clusters are collections of tightly coupled compute, storage, and networking resources that enable customers to run large scale scientific and engineering workloads. Built as an enhancement to and replacement for the popular open source CfnCluster project, AWS ParallelCluster enables customers to quickly build an HPC cluster on AWS. It automatically sets up the required compute resources and shared file systems and offers a variety of batch scheduler options, including AWS Batch, Sun Grid Engine (SGE), Torque, and Slurm.

    AWS ParallelCluster reduces the operational overhead of cluster management and simplifies running HPC workloads on AWS. AWS ParallelCluster facilitates both quick-start proof of concepts (POCs) and production deployments. AWS ParallelCluster is available at no additional charge, and you pay only for the AWS resources needed to run your applications. AWS ParallelCluster is released via the Python Package Index (PyPI). AWS ParallelCluster’s source code is hosted under the Amazon Web Services repository on GitHub at https://github.com/aws/aws-parallelcluster

    AWS ParallelCluster is now available in AWS Europe (Stockholm) Region. Learn how to launch an HPC cluster using AWS ParallelCluster here.
     

  • AWS Step Functions Now Supports Resource Tagging

    Posted On: Jan 7, 2019

    You can now assign AWS tags to your AWS Step Functions resources.

  • Deploy Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops Service on AWS with New Quick Start

    Posted On: Jan 7, 2019

    This Quick Start automatically deploys Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud in about 90 minutes. The deployment includes a hosted shared desktop and two sample published applications. 

  • Announcing AWS Fargate Price Reduction By Up To 50%

    Posted On: Jan 7, 2019

    Effective Jan 07, 2019, we are reducing the price for AWS Fargate by 20% for vCPU and 65% for memory across all regions where Fargate is currently available. Fargate is a compute engine for Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) that allows you to run containers without having to manage servers or clusters. Read more about the pricing update on the Fargate pricing detail page or on our blog.

  • Amazon Pinpoint is now available in three additional regions

    Posted On: Jan 8, 2019

    Amazon Pinpoint is now available in the US West (Oregon), EU (Frankfurt), and EU (Ireland) regions in addition to the US East (Virginia) region. You can now use Amazon Pinpoint to power your digital user engagement without having to transfer your customer data across regions.

    This regional expansion is particularly useful for organizations in certain regions of the EU, where data residency considerations previously made it difficult for many customers to use Amazon Pinpoint. It also creates a global infrastructure that helps to improve availability and redundancy while reducing latency.

    With Amazon Pinpoint, you can engage your customers by sending them marketing campaigns and transactional messages across email, SMS, push notifications, and voice messages. Amazon Pinpoint's built-in analytics suite helps you monitor and analyze the performance of your engagement efforts and develop a deeper understanding of your users demographics and behaviors. Additionally, the application analytics tools enable you to track the ways that your customers interact with your mobile and web applications.

    To learn more about Amazon Pinpoint, please visit https://aws.amazon.com/pinpoint/.

  • Amazon EC2 High Memory Instances are Now Available in Additional AWS Regions

    Posted On: Jan 4, 2019
  • Renesas RX65N System on Chip is Qualified for Amazon FreeRTOS

    Posted On: Jan 3, 2019

    The Renesas RX65N System on Chip (SoC) is now qualified for Amazon FreeRTOS. You can take advantage of Amazon FreeRTOS features and benefits using the Renesas Starter Kit+ for RX65N-2MB available from Renesas.

  • Amazon API Gateway announces service level agreement

    Posted On: Jan 2, 2019
  • Announcing the AWS Certified Alexa Skill Builder - Specialty Beta Exam

    Posted On: Jan 2, 2019

    We are excited to announce the availability of our beta for the new AWS Certified Alexa Skill Builder – Specialty exam and free, digital, self-paced training. Beta candidates have the opportunity to take the newest exams first for 150 USD. Be among the first to verify your knowledge and skills in Alexa Skill Building.

  • Amazon EFS Announces 99.9% Service Level Agreement

    Posted On: Jan 2, 2019

    AWS has published a service level agreement (SLA) for Amazon EFS, which provides availability guarantees for Amazon EFS file systems.

  • Amazon EMR Announces 99.9% Service Level Agreement

    Posted On: Jan 7, 2019

    AWS has published a service level agreement (SLA) for Amazon EMR, which provides availability guarantees for Amazon EMR.