New – Deployment Pipelines Reference Architecture and Reference Implementations

Today, we are launching a new reference architecture and a set of reference implementations for enterprise-grade deployment pipelines. A deployment pipeline automates the building, testing, and deploying of applications or infrastructures into your AWS environments. When you deploy your workloads to the cloud, having deployment pipelines is key to gaining agility and lowering time to Read more about New – Deployment Pipelines Reference Architecture and Reference Implementations[…]

Now Open — AWS Asia Pacific (Melbourne) Region in Australia

Following up on Jeff’s post on the announcement of the Melbourne Region, today I’m pleased to share the general availability of the AWS Asia Pacific (Melbourne) Region with three Availability Zones and API name ap-southeast-4. The AWS Asia Pacific (Melbourne) Region is the second infrastructure Region in Australia, in addition to the Asia Pacific (Sydney) Read more about Now Open — AWS Asia Pacific (Melbourne) Region in Australia[…]

AWS Week in Review – January 16, 2023

Today, we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the US to honor the late civil rights leader’s life, legacy, and achievements. In this article, Amazon employees share what MLK Day means to them and how diversity makes us stronger. Coming back to our AWS Week in Review—it’s been a busy week! Last Week’s Launches Read more about AWS Week in Review – January 16, 2023[…]

Amazon S3 Encrypts New Objects By Default

At AWS, security is job zero. Starting today, Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) encrypts all new objects by default. Now, S3 automatically applies server-side encryption (SSE-S3) for each new object, unless you specify a different encryption option. SSE-S3 was first launched in 2011. As Jeff wrote at the time: “Amazon S3 server-side encryption handles Read more about Amazon S3 Encrypts New Objects By Default[…]

AWS Week in Review – December 19, 2022

We are half way between the re:Invent conference and the end-of-year holidays, and I did expect the cadence of releases and news to slow down a bit, but nothing is further away from reality. Our teams continue to listen to your feedback and release new capabilities and incremental improvements. This week, many items caught my Read more about AWS Week in Review – December 19, 2022[…]

New – Bring ML Models Built Anywhere into Amazon SageMaker Canvas and Generate Predictions

Amazon SageMaker Canvas provides business analysts with a visual interface to solve business problems using machine learning (ML) without writing a single line of code. Since we introduced SageMaker Canvas in 2021, many users have asked us for an enhanced, seamless collaboration experience that enables data scientists to share trained models with their business analysts Read more about New – Bring ML Models Built Anywhere into Amazon SageMaker Canvas and Generate Predictions[…]

Heads-Up: Amazon S3 Security Changes Are Coming in April of 2023

Starting in April of 2023 we will be making two changes to Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) to put our latest best practices for bucket security into effect automatically. The changes will begin to go into effect in April and will be rolled out to all AWS Regions within weeks. Once the changes are Read more about Heads-Up: Amazon S3 Security Changes Are Coming in April of 2023[…]

AWS Week in Review – December 12, 2022

This post is part of our Week in Review series. Check back each week for a quick roundup of interesting news and announcements from AWS! The world is asynchronous, is what Werner Vogels, Amazon CTO, reminded us during his keynote last week at AWS re:Invent. At the beginning of the keynote, he showed us how Read more about AWS Week in Review – December 12, 2022[…]

New – Process PDFs, Word Documents, and Images with Amazon Comprehend for IDP

Today we are announcing a new Amazon Comprehend feature for intelligent document processing (IDP). This feature allows you to classify and extract entities from PDF documents, Microsoft Word files, and images directly from Amazon Comprehend without you needing to extract the text first. Many customers need to process documents that have a semi-structured format, like Read more about New – Process PDFs, Word Documents, and Images with Amazon Comprehend for IDP[…]

New — Create Point-to-Point Integrations Between Event Producers and Consumers with Amazon EventBridge Pipes

It is increasingly common to use multiple cloud services as building blocks to assemble a modern event-driven application. Using purpose-built services to accomplish a particular task ensures developers get the best capabilities for their use case. However, communication between services can be difficult if they use different technologies to communicate, meaning that you need to Read more about New — Create Point-to-Point Integrations Between Event Producers and Consumers with Amazon EventBridge Pipes[…]