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New Amazon Q in QuickSight uses generative AI assistance for quicker, easier data insights (preview)

Today, I’m happy to share that Amazon Q in QuickSight is available for preview. Now you can experience the Generative BI capabilities in Amazon QuickSight announced on July 26, as well as two additional capabilities for business users. Turning insights into impact faster with Amazon Q in QuickSight With this announcement, business users can now […]

Use anomaly detection with AWS Glue to improve data quality (preview)

We are launching a preview of a new AWS Glue Data Quality feature that will help to improve your data quality by using machine learning to detect statistical anomalies and unusual patterns. You get deep insights into data quality issues, data quality scores, and recommendations for rules that you can use to continuously monitor for […]

Amazon Transcribe Call Analytics adds new generative AI-powered call summaries (preview)

We are announcing generative artificial intelligence (AI)-powered call summarization in Amazon Transcribe Call Analytics in preview. Powered by Amazon Bedrock, this feature helps businesses improve customer experience, and agent and supervisor productivity by automatically summarizing customer service calls. Amazon Transcribe Call Analytics provides machine learning (ML)-powered analytics that allows contact centers to understand the sentiment, […]

AWS Weekly Roundup – EC2 DL2q instances, PartyRock, Amplify’s 6th birthday, and more – November 20, 2023

Last week I saw an astonishing 160+ new service launches. There were so many updates that we decided to publish a weekly roundup again. This continues the same innovative pace of the previous week as we are getting closer to AWS re:Invent 2023. Our News Blog team is also finalizing new blog posts for re:Invent […]

AWS Glue Data Catalog now supports automatic compaction of Apache Iceberg tables

Update November, 16 2023 — I added a link to the documentation with the exact IAM permissions required to use this capability. — Today, we’re making available a new capability of AWS Glue Data Catalog to allow automatic compaction of transactional tables in the Apache Iceberg format. This allows you to keep your transactional data […]

Amazon Aurora MySQL zero-ETL integration with Amazon Redshift is now generally available

“Data is at the center of every application, process, and business decision,” wrote Swami Sivasubramanian, VP of Database, Analytics, and Machine Learning at AWS, and I couldn’t agree more. A common pattern customers use today is to build data pipelines to move data from Amazon Aurora to Amazon Redshift. These solutions help them gain insights […]

AWS Weekly Roundup

AWS Weekly Roundup – re:Post Selections, SNS and SQS FIFO improvements, multi-VPC ENI attachments, and more – October 30, 2023

It’s less than a month to AWS re:Invent, but interesting news doesn’t slow down in the meantime. This week is my turn to help keep you up to date! Last week’s launches Here are some of the launches that caught my attention last week: AWS re:Post – With re:Post, you have access to a community […]

AWS Weekly Roundup

AWS Weekly Roundup – CodeWhisperer, CodeCatalyst, RDS, Route53, and more – October 24, 2023

The entire AWS News Blog team is fully focused on writing posts to announce the new services and features during our annual customer conference in Las Vegas, AWS re:Invent! And while we prepare content for you to read, our services teams continue to innovate. Here is my summary of last week’s launches. Last week’s launches […]