I’m back from my summer holidays and ready to get up to date with the latest AWS news from last week!
Last Week’s Launches
Here are some launches that got my attention during the previous week.
Amazon CloudFront now supports HTTP/3 requests over QUIC. The main benefits of HTTP/3 are faster connection times and fewer round trips in the handshake process. HTTP/3 is available in all 410+ CloudFront edge locations worldwide, and there is no additional charge for using this feature. Read Channy’s blog post about this launch to learn more about it and how to enable it in your applications.
Amazon Chime has announced a couple of really cool features for their SDK. Now you can compose video by concatenating video with multiple attendees, including audio, content and transcriptions. Also, Amazon Chime SDK launched the live connector pipelines that send real-time video from your applications to streaming platforms such as Amazon Interactive Video Service (IVS) or AWS Elemental MediaLive. Now building real-time streaming applications becomes easier.
AWS Cost Anomaly Detection has launched a simplified interface for anomaly exploration. Now it is easier to monitor spending patterns to detect and alert anomalous spend.
Amazon DynamoDB now supports bulk imports from Amazon S3 to a new table. This new launch makes it easier to migrate and load data into a new DynamoDB table. This is a great use for migrations, to load test data into your applications, thereby simplifying disaster recovery, among other things.
Amazon MSK Serverless, a new capability from Amazon MSK launched in the spring of this year, now has support for AWS CloudFormation and Terraform. This allows you to describe and provision Amazon MSK Serverless clusters using code.
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 and news that you may have missed:
This week there were a couple of stories that caught my eye. The first one is about Grillo, a social impact enterprise focused on seismology, and how they used AWS to build a low-cost earthquake early warning system. The second one is from the AWS Localization team about how they use Amazon Translate to scale their localization in order to remove language barriers and make AWS content more accessible.
Podcast Charlas Técnicas de AWS – If you understand Spanish, this podcast is for you. Podcast Charlas Técnicas is one of the official AWS podcasts in Spanish, and every other week there is a new episode. The podcast is meant for builders, and it shares stories about how customers implemented and learned to use AWS services, how to architect applications, and how to use new services. You can listen to all the episodes directly from your favorite podcast app or at AWS Podcast en español.
Upcoming AWS Events
Check your calendars and sign up for these AWS events:
AWS Summits – Registration is open for upcoming in-person AWS Summits. Find the one closest to you: Chicago (August 28), Canberra (August 31), Ottawa (September 8), New Delhi (September 9), Mexico City (September 21–22), Bogota (October 4), and Singapore (October 6).
GOTO EDA Day 2022 – Registration is open for the in-person event about Event Driven Architectures (EDA) hosted in London on September 1. There will be a great line of speakers talking about the best practices for building EDA with serverless services.
AWS Virtual Workshop – Registration is open for the free virtual workshop about Amazon DocumentDB: Getting Started and Business Continuity Planning on August 24.
AWS .NET Enterprise Developer Days 2022 – Registration for this free event is now open. This is a 2-day, in-person event on September 7-8 at the Palmer Events Center in Austin, Texas, and a 2-day virtual event on September 13-14.
That’s all for this week. Check back next Monday for another Week in Review!
Originally posted on AWS News Blog
Author: Marcia Villalba