Introducing Amazon GuardDuty Malware Protection for Amazon S3

Today we are announcing the general availability of Amazon GuardDuty Malware Protection for Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), an expansion of GuardDuty Malware Protection to detect malicious file uploads to selected S3 buckets. Previously, GuardDuty Malware Protection provided agentless scanning capabilities to identify malicious files on Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) volumes attached Read more about Introducing Amazon GuardDuty Malware Protection for Amazon S3[…]

AWS Weekly Roundup — Claude 3 Haiku in Amazon Bedrock, AWS CloudFormation optimizations, and more — March 18, 2024

Storage, storage, storage! Last week, we celebrated 18 years of innovation on Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) at AWS Pi Day 2024. Amazon S3 mascot Buckets joined the celebrations and had a ton of fun! The 4-hour live stream was packed with puns, pie recipes powered by PartyRock, demos, code, and discussions about generative Read more about AWS Weekly Roundup — Claude 3 Haiku in Amazon Bedrock, AWS CloudFormation optimizations, and more — March 18, 2024[…]

AWS Pi Day 2024: Use your data to power generative AI

Today is AWS Pi Day! Join us live on Twitch, starting at 1 PM Pacific time. On this day 18 years ago, a West Coast retail company launched an object storage service, introducing the world to Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). We had no idea it would change the way businesses across the globe Read more about AWS Pi Day 2024: Use your data to power generative AI[…]

Amazon RDS now supports io2 Block Express volumes for mission-critical database workloads

Today, I am pleased to announce the availability of Provisioned IOPS (PIOPS) io2 Block Express storage volumes for all database engines in Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS). Amazon RDS provides you the flexibility to choose between different storage types depending on the performance requirements of your database workload. io2 Block Express volumes are designed Read more about Amazon RDS now supports io2 Block Express volumes for mission-critical database workloads[…]

Amazon ECS supports a native integration with Amazon EBS volumes for data-intensive workloads

Today we are announcing that Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) supports an integration with Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS), making it easier to run a wider range of data processing workloads. You can provision Amazon EBS storage for your ECS tasks running on AWS Fargate and Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) without Read more about Amazon ECS supports a native integration with Amazon EBS volumes for data-intensive workloads[…]

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 Read more about Announcing on-demand data replication for Amazon FSx for OpenZFS[…]

New — File Release for Amazon FSx for Lustre

Amazon FSx for Lustre provides fully managed shared storage with the scalability and high performance of the open-source Lustre file systems to support your Linux-based workloads. FSx for Lustre is for workloads where storage speed and throughput matter. This is because FSx for Lustre helps you avoid storage bottlenecks, increase utilization of compute resources, and Read more about New — File Release for Amazon FSx for Lustre[…]

Celebrate Amazon S3’s 17th birthday at AWS Pi Day 2023

AWS Pi Day 2023 is live today starting at 13:00 PDT; join us on the AWS on Air channel on Twitch. On this day 17 years ago, we launched a very simple object storage service. It allowed developers to create, list, and delete private storage spaces (known as buckets), upload and download files, and manage Read more about Celebrate Amazon S3’s 17th birthday at AWS Pi Day 2023[…]

New – Use Amazon S3 Object Lambda with Amazon CloudFront to Tailor Content for End Users

With S3 Object Lambda, you can use your own code to process data retrieved from Amazon S3 as it is returned to an application. Over time, we added new capabilities to S3 Object Lambda, like the ability to add your own code to S3 HEAD and LIST API requests, in addition to the support for Read more about New – Use Amazon S3 Object Lambda with Amazon CloudFront to Tailor Content for End Users[…]