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Category: Storage

Announcing Amazon OpenSearch Service zero-ETL integration with Amazon S3 (preview)

Today we are announcing a preview of Amazon OpenSearch Service zero-ETL integration with Amazon S3, a new way to query operational logs in Amazon S3 and S3-based data lakes without needing to switch between services. You can now analyze infrequently queried data in cloud object stores and simultaneously use the operational analytics and visualization capabilities […]

Announcing the new Amazon S3 Express One Zone high performance storage class

The new Amazon S3 Express One Zone storage class is designed to deliver up to 10x better performance than the S3 Standard storage class while handling hundreds of thousands of requests per second with consistent single-digit millisecond latency, making it a great fit for your most frequently accessed data and your most demanding applications. Objects […]

Amazon EBS Snapshots Archive is now available with AWS Backup

Today we announce the availability of Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) Snapshots Archive with AWS Backup. Previously available only in the Amazon EC2 console or Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager, this feature gives you the ability to transition your infrequently accessed Amazon EBS Snapshots to low-cost archive, long-term storage of your rarely-accessed snapshots that do […]

Replication failback and increased IOPS are new for Amazon EFS

Today, Amazon Elastic File System (Amazon EFS) has introduced two new capabilities: Replication failback – Failback support for EFS replication makes it easier and more cost-effective to synchronize changes between EFS file systems when performing disaster recovery (DR) workflows. You can now quickly replicate incremental changes from your secondary back to your primary file system […]

Automatic restore testing and validation now available in AWS Backup

Performing automatic game day testing of all your critical resources is an important step in determining that you are prepared to respond to ransomware or any data loss event. This gives you the opportunity to take appropriate corrective actions based on the results and monitor results such as success or failure from these tests. Ultimately, […]

FlexGroup Volume Management for Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP is now available

You can now create, manage, and back up your Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP FlexGroup volumes using the AWS Management Console, the Amazon FSx CLI, and the AWS SDK. FlexGroups can be as large as 20 petabytes and offer greater performance for demanding workloads. Before this launch you could only create them using the ONTAP […]

Introducing shared VPC support for Amazon FSx for NetApp ONTAP

You can now create Multi-AZ FSx for ONTAP file systems in VPCs that have been shared with you by other accounts in the same AWS Organization. This highly requested feature enables a clean separation of duties between network administrators and storage administrators, and makes it possible to create storage that’s durable, highly available, and accessible […]

Announcing on-demand data replication for Amazon FSx for OpenZFS

Today we’re adding to Amazon FSx for OpenZFS the capability to send a snapshot from a file system to another file system in your account. You can trigger the copy with one single API call or CLI command, and we take care of the rest. You don’t need to use commands like rsync and monitor […]