AWS Week in Review – June 20, 2022
Last Week’s Launches
It’s been a quiet week on the AWS News Blog, however a glance at What’s New page shows the various service teams have been busy as usual. Here’s a round-up of announcements that caught my attention this past week.
Support for 15 new resource types in AWS Config – AWS Config is a service for assessment, audit, and evaluation of the configuration of resources in your account. You can monitor and review changes in resource configuration using automation against a desired configuration. The newly expanded set of types includes resources from Amazon SageMaker, Elastic Load Balancing, AWS Batch, AWS Step Functions, AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), and more.
New console experience for AWS Budgets – A new split-view panel allows for viewing details of a budget without needing to leave the overview page. The new panel will save you time (and clicks!) when you’re analyzing performance across a set of budgets. By the way, you can also now select multiple budgets at the same time.
VPC endpoint support is now available in Amazon SageMaker Canvas – SageMaker Canvas is a visual point-and-click service enabling business analysts to generate accurate machine-learning (ML) models without requiring ML experience or needing to write code. The new VPC endpoint support, available in all Regions where SageMaker Canvas is suppported, eliminates the need for an internet gateway, NAT instance, or a VPN connection when connecting from your SageMaker Canvas environment to services such as Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), Amazon Redshift, and more.
Additional data sources for Amazon AppFlow – Facebook Ads, Google Ads, and Mixpanel are now supported as data sources, providing the ability to ingest marketing and product analytics for downstream analysis in AppFlow-connected software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications such as Marketo and Salesforce Marketing Cloud.For a full list of AWS announcements, be sure to keep an eye on the What's New at AWS page.
Other AWS News
Some other updates you may have missed from the past week:
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) expanded the Regional availability of AWS Nitro System-based C6 instance types. C6gn instance types, powered by Arm-based AWS Graviton2 processors, are now available in the Asia Pacific (Seoul), Europe (Milan), Europe (Paris), and Middle East (Bahrain) Regions, while C6i instance types, powered by 3rd generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, are now available in the Europe (Frankfurt) Region.
As a .NET and PowerShell Developer Advocate here at AWS, there are some news and updates related to .NET I want to highlight:
- AWS Elastic Beanstalk released support for applications targeting .NET 6 on Windows Server 2016 and later. Elastic Beanstalk is also now available in the Asia Pacific (Jakarta) Region too.
- AWS CodeBuild has also published images for .NET 6 builds on Windows.
- Did you know that if you’re working on an open-source .NET project that you can apply for AWS credits? Find out more at the .NET on AWS open-source credits request page.
- Some of the breakout session recordings from our .NET Enterprise Developer Day event in EMEA during April are now available on the .NET on AWS YouTube playlist.
Microsoft SQL Server users may be interested in registering for the SQL Server Database Modernization webinar on June 21. The webinar will show you how to go about modernizing and how to cost-optimize SQL Server on AWS.
Amazon re:MARS is taking place this week in Las Vegas. I’ll be there as a host of the AWS on Air show, along with special guests highlighting their latest news from the conference. I also have some On Air sessions on using our AI services from .NET lined up! As usual, we’ll be streaming live from the expo hall, so if you’re at the conference, give us a wave. You can watch the show live on Twitch.tv/aws, Twitter.com/AWSOnAir, and LinkedIn Live.
A reminder that if you’re a podcast listener, check out the official AWS Podcast Update Show. There is also the latest installment of the AWS Open Source News and Updates newsletter to help keep you up to date.
No doubt there’ll be a whole new batch of releases and announcements from re:MARS, so be sure to check back next Monday for a summary of the announcements that caught our attention!— Steve