re:Invent 2020

 
 

re:Invent the highlight for each AWS enthusiast. Due to Corona, AWS decided to do this event only online this year. But no worries, as the last two years (2019 - 2018), we help you to be as close as possible to the event. We will use this page to list every new service and every feature what AWS announced during the whole time.

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Table of Contents:

  • 🗣 Keynotes
  • Event information

    Where: Online
    When: Nov. 30 - Dec 18,2020
    Agenda: Session Catalog - Virtual Attendee Guide

    Re:invent

    Compute

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Mac Instances EC2 Use Amazon EC2 Mac Instances to Build & Test macOS, iOS, ipadOS, tvOS, and watchOS Apps
    Containers

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Container Image Support Lambda You can now package and deploy Lambda functions as container images of up to 10 GB in size. US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Europe (Ireland), Europe (Frankfurt), South America (São Paulo)
    Lambda Upgrade Lambda Functions with Up to 10 GB of Memory and 6 vCPUs
    Proton Proton Automated Management for Container and Serverless Deployments Preview
    Public Registry ECR ECR Public allows you to store, manage, share, and deploy container images for anyone to discover and download globally.
    IoT

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Monitron Monitron Simple and Cost-Effective Service Enabling Predictive Maintenance.
    Pre:Invent
    Analytics

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Remote Reindex Elasticsearch Amazon Elasticsearch Service now offers support for Remote Reindex, enabling you to migrate data from a remote cluster into Amazon Elasticsearch Service. With this feature, you can simply copy data from one cluster to another, making it easier to migrate from legacy versions of Elasticsearch. Remote Reindex also supports migrating indexes from self-managed Elasticsearch onto Amazon Elasticsearch Service, providing a simple mechanism to onboard onto the service.
    Piped Processing Language (PPL) Elasticsearch Amazon Elasticsearch Service now supports Piped Processing Language (PPL), a new feature that enables users to explore, discover and find data stored in Amazon ES, using a set of commands delimited by pipes. PPL extends Elasticsearch to support a standard set of commands that is easy for system developers, DevOps engineers, support engineers, site reliability engineers (SREs), and IT managers who are proficient with Linux or Unix to learn.
    Workload partitioning Glue Workload partitioning enables you to specify how much data to process in each job-run and, using AWS Glue job bookmarks, track how much of the data AWS Glue processed.
    Consumer lag metrics and select topic-level metrics for free MSK MSK now offers consumer lag metrics for new Amazon MSK clusters by default, making it easier for you to track whether your applications are consuming the latest data available in your Apache Kafka cluster.
    AWS Glue Schema Registry Glue AWS Glue Schema Registry, a serverless feature of AWS Glue, enables you to validate and control the evolution of streaming data using registered Apache Avro schemas, at no additional charge.
    Elasticsearch supports hot reload of dictionary files Elasticsearch Elasticsearch now supports the ability to reload dictionary files without reindexing your data. This feature also lets you version your dictionary files and update them on your domains, also without having to reindex your data.
    Data stream retention up to one year Amazon Kinesis Data Streams Long term retention of streaming data enables you to use the same platform for both real-time and older data retained in Amazon Kinesis Data Streams.
    DataBrew AWS Glue DataBrew AWS Glue DataBrew is a new visual data preparation tool for AWS Glue that helps you clean and normalize data without writing code, reducing the time it takes to prepare data for analytics and machine learning by up to 80% compared to traditional approaches to data preparation. US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), EU (Ireland), EU (Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Sydney), Asia Pacific (Tokyo)
    Athena engine version 2 Athena Athena engine version 2 includes several performance enhancements and new feature capabilities such as federated queries, schema evolution support, additional geospatial functions, support for reading nested schema to reduce cost, and performance enhancements in JOIN, ORDER BY, and AGGREGATE operations.
    Support for running SQL queries across relational, non-relational, object, and custom data sources Athena Federated queries in Amazon Athena enable users to run SQL queries across data stored in relational, non-relational, object, and custom data sources. us-east-1, us-west-2, and us-east-2
    New Chart Types, Table Improvements Quicksight Amazon QuickSight now supports Waterfall charts. Waterfall charts show how any metric is affected positively or negatively by a series of contributing factors. Dashboard authors can create a waterfall chart by choosing this new visual type from the visuals menu. Available in both Standard and Enterprise Edition across all supported regions
    Column Level Security, Column Descriptions, and a new Oracle Connector Quicksight Amazon QuickSight has added a powerful new data governance feature: Column Level Security (CLS). This feature compliments the existing Row Level Security (RLS) feature and, in combination, gives authors control over who can access what data within their visualizations. CLS enables dataset owners to apply restrictions on a per column basis. All features are available in all QuickSight regions
    Application integration

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Synchronous Express Workflows Step Functions Synchronous Express Workflows allow developers to quickly receive the workflow response without needing to poll additional services or build a custom solution. This is useful for high-volume microservice orchestration and fast compute tasks that communicate via HTTPS.
    Amazon Managed Workflows for Apache Airflow (MWAA) MWAA Amazon Managed Workflows is a new managed orchestration service for Apache Airflow that makes it easier to set up and operate end-to-end data pipelines in the cloud at scale. Apache Airflow is an open source tool used to programmatically author, schedule, and monitor sequences of processes and tasks referred to as “workflows”. US East (Ohio and N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), Canada (Central), EU (Stockholm, Ireland, and Frankfurt), Asia Pacific (Tokyo, Singapore, and Sydney)
    Improved resource policies EventBridge You can now send events to, and create rules on event buses in another account while relying on the event bus resource policy to manage your permissions.
    EKS service integration Step Functions The EKS integration is making it easier to build resilient applications that orchestrate jobs running on Kubernetes with AWS services such as AWS Lambda, Amazon SNS, and Amazon SQS with minimal code. You can now build workflows including steps that launch tasks in Amazon EKS and wait for its completion without writing code to manage the state of the Kubernetes job.
    Event Replay EventBridge Event replay enables developers using Amazon EventBridge to build applications with the confidence that they can quickly recover from errors in their code, and the ability to easily extend their existing applications to add new functionality.
    Business Applications

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Support for single sign-on Honeycode Amazon Honeycode now supports single sign-on with identity providers such as Microsoft Active Directory, Azure AD, Okta, OneLogin, PingFederate, or any SAML-based identity provider, including Google Workspace. Honeycode customers or the IT administrators of organizations using Honeycode can set up single sign-on so that Honeycode users can log in using their corporate credentials instead of Honeycode-specific credentials.
    Compute

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (AVX2) Lambda Customers can now deploy compute-intensive applications such as machine learning inferencing, multimedia processing, scientific simulations, HPC, and financial modeling that leverage Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (AVX2) to meet their performance requirements on AWS Lambda.
    Code Signing for AWS Lambda Lambda Code Signing for AWS Lambda is a trust and integrity control that helps administrators enforce that only signed code packages from trusted publishers run in their Lambda functions and that the code has not been altered since signing.
    Batch windows of up to 5 minutes Amazon SQS triggers Lambda AWS Lambda now allows customers using Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) as an event source to define a wait period of up to 5 minutes, called MaximumBatchingWindowInSeconds, to allow messages to accumulate in their SQS queue before invoking a Lambda function.
    Windows Server version 20H2 AMIs EC2 License Included (LI) Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) for Windows Server version 20H2 are available for Amazon EC2, providing customers with an easy and flexible way to get up and running with the latest version of Windows Server Semi-Annual Channel release.
    Multiple launch templates for Auto Scaling groups EC2 Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling now lets you configure your Auto Scaling group with multiple launch templates when you use a MixedInstancesPolicy and specify multiple instance types.
    Amazon API Gateway service integration StepFunctions AWS Step Functions is now integrated with Amazon API Gateway REST and HTTP APIs, making it faster and easier to build application workflows including microservices created by API Gateway.
    Pause and Resume Workloads on T3 and T3a EC2 You can now hibernate newly-launched EBS-backed Amazon EC2 T3 and T3a instances. Hibernation provides you with the convenience of pausing your workloads and resuming them later from the saved state. Hibernation is just like closing and opening your laptop lid — your application will start right from where it left off.
    Send logs to custom destinations Lambda You can now send logs from AWS Lambda functions directly to a destination of your choice by using AWS Lambda Extensions. Preview - All regions, except for regions in China
    Lambda event source: Amazon MQ for Apache ActiveMQ Lambda AWS Lambda now supports Amazon MQ for Apache ActiveMQ as an event source to give customers more choices for messaging services to use with their serverless application.
    Lightsail Containers Lightsail An Easy Way to Run your Containers in the Cloud All AWS Regions where Amazon Lightsail is available
    AWS Gateway Load Balancer EC2 Gateway Load Balancer combines a transparent network gateway (that is, a single entry and exit point for all traffic) and a load balancer that distributes traffic and scales your virtual appliances with the demand. US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), Europe (Ireland), South America (São Paulo), and Asia Pacific (Sydney)
    Network Load Balancer now supports IPv6 EC2 Network Load Balancer (NLB) now supports Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6). With this launch, you can now configure NLB to operate in dual-stack mode, accepting both IPv4 and IPv6 client connections.
    Containers

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Deployment circuit breaker ECS Amazon ECS customers can now automatically roll back unhealthy service deployments without the need for manual intervention. This empowers customers to quickly discover failed deployments, while not having to worry about resources being consumed for failing tasks, or indefinite deployment delays. Public Preview
    Update Functionality for Capacity Providers ECS Capacity providers now support update functionality. You can update the parameters of a capacity provider using either the AWS Management Console or the new UpdateCapacityProvider API.
    Custom instance warm-up time ECS Cluster Auto Scaling (CAS) now supports specifying a custom instance warm-up time, making scaling more responsive.
    Red Hat OpenShift Service on AWS (ROSA) ROSA ROSA delivers the production-ready OpenShift that many enterprises already use on-premises today, simplifying the ability to shift workloads to the AWS public cloud as business needs change. Preview - early access form
    Customer Engagement

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Additional call attributes Connect Additional call attributes from telephony carriers, such as the geographic location of the voice equipment where the call originated, type of phone devices such as a landline or mobile, the number of network segments the call traversed, and other call origination information can be used to improve fraud detection and determine call treatment.
    Database

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Graph notebook Neptune AWS has open-sourced Amazon Neptune’s Jupyter Notebook components for querying and visualizing graphs as a Python package under the Apache 2.0 license. The graph notebook is a Python library for Jupyter Notebooks that can run on local desktops and be used with databases that support either the RDF/SPARQL open standard or the open-source Apache TinkerPop graphs.
    Engine version 2 Athena Athena engine version 2 includes several performance enhancements and new feature capabilities such as federated queries, schema evolution support, additional geospatial functions, support for reading nested schema to reduce cost, and performance enhancements in JOIN, ORDER BY, and AGGREGATE operations. Available in US East (N. Virginia, & Ohio), and US West (Oregon)
    Export Amazon DynamoDB Table Data DynamoDB Export Amazon DynamoDB Table Data to Your Data Lake in Amazon S3, No Code Writing Required
    Own encrytion Keys for global DynamoDB Tables DynamoDB You can now choose a customer managed key for your global tables, giving you full control over the key used for encryption of your DynamoDB data replicated using global tables. Customer managed keys also come with full AWS CloudTrail monitoring so you can view every time the key was used or accessed. All AWS Regions in which global tables are available.
    Data API - tag-based authorization RDS RDS Data API now supports tag-based authorization to enable easy management of access to Amazon Aurora Serverless clusters.
    MongoDB 4.0 and transactions support DocumentDB Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) is a fast, scalable, highly available, and fully managed document database service that supports MongoDB workloads. Amazon DocumentDB makes it easy and intuitive to store, query, and index JSON data.
    Custom endpoints Neptune You can now create custom endpoints for Amazon Neptune to access your workload. Custom endpoints allow you to distribute your workload across a designated set of instances within a Neptune cluster.
    Developer Tools

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    X-Ray now supports trace context propagation for Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) X-Ray AWS X-Ray now supports trace context propagation for Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) enabling customers to view end-to-end requests when using Amazon S3.
    AWS CDK EKS Construct Library CDK The EKS Construct Library enables customers to provision EKS cluster and deploy Kubernetes resources onto them. Those resources can be deployed by either manually creating Kubernetes manifests, by installing Helm charts or utilizing manifest authoring capabilities provided by the CDK for Kubernetes (cdk8s). Developer Preview
    Cloning of AWS CodeCommit repositories CodeCommit CodePipeline Source Action now supports cloning of AWS CodeCommit repositories. With this improvement, when you define a Source Action, CodePipeline will clone the CodeCommit git repository to fetch the commit history and metadata.
    IoT

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Up to 7 days old ingestion of data IoT SiteWise AWS IoT SiteWise now supports ingestion of data that is up to 7 days old (extended from 15 mins). Late data may be ingested in to AWS IoT SiteWise using the AWS IoT SiteWise connector (which runs on your edge devices), AWS IoT Core or the BatchPutAssetPropertyValue API directly.
    IoT SiteWise IoT SiteWise AWS IoT SiteWise is a managed service that makes it easy to collect, store, organize and monitor data from industrial equipment at scale to help you make better, data-driven decisions. East (N. Virginia), West (Oregeon),West (Irland), Asia (Singapore), Asia (Sydney)
    Machine Learning

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    CodeQuality Detector CodeGuru You can now use CodeQuality Detector to identify smells early, balance between speed and technical debt, and coordinate software development and maintenance efficiently.
    Active Custom Translation - ACT Translate ACT gives you greater control and enables you to customize the machine translation output to your needs and preferences. For example, you can influence whether the machine translation output should be “How are you?” or “How do you do?” To use ACT, simply provide translation examples called parallel data (PD) along with your batch translation job request and Amazon Translate will use these examples to customize the translation output during runtime.
    Supports for KMS Textract Amazon Textract is a machine learning service that makes it easy to extract printed text, handwriting, and data from virtually any document. Today, we are pleased to announce that Amazon Textract supports encryption of its asynchronous API output stored in your Amazon S3 buckets using your own AWS Key Management Service (KMS) Customer Master Keys (CMKs).
    Asynchronous Amazon Transcribe Streaming SDK for Python Amazon Transcribe Amazon Transcribe streaming transcription enables you to send an audio stream and receive a stream of text in real time. Preview
    Marketplace

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Self-service tool for sellers to update their AMI products Marketplace AWS Marketplace announced a new self-service experience in the AWS Marketplace Management Portal (AMMP) that enables AWS Marketplace Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to add new Amazon Machine Image (AMI) versions, restrict versions, and update product information on their AMI software listings quickly and easily.
    Management & Governance

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Change Calendar integrates with Amazon EventBridge Systems Manager Change Calendar, a capability of Systems Manager, now publishes an event to Amazon EventBridge when it changes state from open to closed and vice versa. You can use the published state change event to automatically start actions such as disabling promotions through your continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) pipeline, managing access to your fleet, or updating the system configurations.
    Organization-wide resource data aggregation Config AWS Config lets you assess, audit, and evaluate how your AWS resources are configured, and helps you determine your overall compliance against the configurations specified in your internal guidelines. You can use AWS Config aggregators to collect your configuration and compliance data from the below sources, and aggregate that data into a single account and AWS Region to get a centralized view of your resource inventory and compliance.
    Modules CloudFormation You can now define your infrastructure and applications in AWS CloudFormation with reusable building blocks called modules. A module encapsulates one or more resources and their respective configurations for reuse across your organization.
    Automatic Application Discovery CloudWatch Application Insights The new discovery feature looks for identifying factors of your application or database and then applies the associated application tier automatically to set up the correct metrics, telemetry, logs and alerts. While you can still configure and change the selections, if you’re satisfied with the recommendation, it just takes a few confirmation clicks to complete the setup.
    Python with Selenium framework CloudWatch Synthetics With the new runtime version syn-python-selenium-1.0, you can now use Python with the Selenium framework to write your canary scripts. You can also easily migrate your existing Selenium scripts in to CloudWatch Synthetics with two simple additions: importing the Selenium WebDriver module from CloudWatch Synthetics library and defining an entry point handler.
    Support for Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) endpoint policies Systems Manager AWS Systems Manager now supports Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) endpoint policies, which allow you to configure access to the Systems Manager API. When you create Amazon VPC endpoints for Systems Manager, you can attach AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) resource policies that restrict user access to Systems Manager API operations, when these operations are accessed via the Amazon VPC endpoint.
    Java Application Monitoring CloudWatch Application Insights The new application tier for Java adds to the existing options for .NET, .NET Core, multiple databases and custom applications furthering your ability to easily and quickly add application monitoring for your enterprise workloads. The Java tier adds JMX metric collection for over a dozen important Java application metrics including number of threads, memory used and garbage collection.
    Customize Idle session timeout SystemsManager Session Manager, a capability of AWS Systems Manager, now offers customers greater control over howlong sessions remain idle before being terminated automatically. This feature can help you meetcompliance requirements, such as PCI Requirement 8.1.8, which requires that users reauthenticate if a session is idle for more than 15 minutes.
    CloudFormation change sets for nested stacks CloudFormation CloudFormation is extending change sets to support applications modeled with nested stacks, enhancing the predictability of update operations. It automatically creates a change set for each nested stack contained in the hierarchy.
    Service Catalog Stack Import Service Catalog Service Catalog administrators can now add Service Catalog governance to their existing CloudFormation stacks. Once imported into Service Catalog, administrators can manage stack updates, govern parameters, and enforce tagging.
    Multi-account reporting of best practice recommendations Trusted Advisor Starting today, you can use the console to aggregate AWS Trusted Advisor recommendations across all accounts in your organization with AWS Organizations. The new Organizational View feature in Trusted Advisor allows you to generate reports with detailed check results across multiple accounts in your AWS organization. In addition, you can view a high level summary of check status within the console.
    Metrics Explorer CloudWatch Metrics Explorer – a tag-based dashboard tool that enables customers to filter, aggregate, and visualize operational health and performance metrics by tags.
    Multi-account, multi-region summary of AWS Config compliance Systems Manager AWS Systems Manager Explorer provides a summary of AWS Config rules and associated resource compliance, to help you check overall compliance status and quickly find non-compliant resources. Systems Manager Explorer is an operations dashboard that provides a view of your operations data across your AWS accounts and Regions, helping you see where you may need to investigate and remediate operational issues. US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (N. California), US West (Oregon), Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia Pacific (Hong Kong), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), Canada (Central), Europe (Frankfurt), Europe (Ireland), Europe (London), Europe (Paris), GovCloud (US-West), GovCloud (US-East), Middle East (Bahrain), South America (São Paulo)
    Config Rule Development Kit library Config Build and operate rules at scale
    Media Services

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Automated ABR (Adaptive Bit Rate) Elemental MediaConvert AWS Elemental MediaConvert has added a new feature called Automated ABR Configuration which automatically customizes the ABR (Adaptive Bit Rate) encoding configuration for each source video. Automated ABR Configuration simplifies the set up of transcoding, optimizes video quality, and reduces ABR package size. Automated ABR Configuration is available at no additional cost for MediaConvert jobs in the on-demand, Professional pricing tier.
    Networking & Content Delivery

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Network Firewall VPC Network Firewall is a high availability, managed network firewall service for your virtual private cloud (VPC). It enables you to easily deploy and manage stateful inspection, intrusion prevention and detection, and web filtering to protect your virtual networks on AWS. US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), and Europe (Ireland)
    Quantum Technologies

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Manual qubit allocation Braket Customers can now explicitly specify which qubits are going to be used when they use Amazon Braket to run a quantum circuit on quantum computers from Rigetti. This allows researchers and advanced users to optimize their circuit design based on the latest device calibration data to get more accurate results.
    Robotics

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Cloud Robotics Curriculum Robotics Robotics has released an introductory Cloud Robotics Curriculum designed to help students, educators, and entry level developers build robotics applications with Robot Operating System (ROS) and AWS RoboMaker.
    Security, Identity & Compliance

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    Attribute-Based Access Control SSO Starting today, you can pass user attributes in the AWS session when your workforce sign-in into the cloud using AWS Single Sign-On. This gives you the centralized account access management of AWS Single Sign-On and ABAC, with the flexibility to use AWS SSO, Active Directory, or an external identity provider as your identity source.
    Backup Retention CloudHSM AWS CloudHSM automatically takes a backup of your HSM cluster once a day and whenever an HSM is added to or removed from your cluster. Until today, however, customers were responsible for deleting old backups.
    Code Signing, a trust and integrity control for AWS Lambda AWS Signer Code signing is an industry standard technique used to confirm that the code is unaltered and from a trusted publisher. Code running inside AWS Lambda functions is executed on highly hardened systems and runs in a secure manner.
    Integration with AWS Organizations Security Hub AWS Security Hub is now integrated with AWS Organizations to simplify security posture management across all of your existing and future AWS accounts in an organization. With this launch, new and existing Security Hub customers can delegate any account in their organization as the Security Hub administrator and centrally view security findings from up to 5,000 AWS accounts.
    WebAuthn with security keys and built-in biometric authenticators SSO AWS Single Sign-On (SSO) now enables you to secure user access to AWS accounts and business applications using multi-factor authentication (MFA) with FIDO-enabled security keys, such as YubiKey, and built-in biometric authenticators, such as Touch ID on Apple MacBooks and facial recognition on PCs.
    New policy defaults for IAM user passwords IAM AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) now introduces new policy defaults for passwords of IAM users. This policy improves the default security for all AWS customers by ensuring customers set stronger passwords for IAM users in their AWS accounts.
    120 AWS services achieve HITRUST certification General You can deploy environments onto AWS and inherit their HITRUST CSF certification provided that you use only in-scope services and apply the controls detailed on the HITRUST website that you are responsible for implementing.
    Multi-Region Replication Directory Service This new feature called multi-region replication automatically configures inter-region networking connectivity, deploys domain controllers, and replicates all the Active Directory data across multiple Regions, ensuring that Windows and Linux workloads residing in those Regions can connect to and use AWS Managed Microsoft AD with low latency and high performance.
    Protection groups Shield Advanced AWS Shield Advanced now allows you to bundling resources into protection groups, giving you a self-service way to customize the scope of detection and mitigation for your application by treating multiple resources as a single unit. Resource grouping improves the accuracy of detection, reduces false positives, eases automatic protection of newly created resources, and accelerates the time to mitigate attacks against multiple resources.
    Round 2 post-quantum TLS KMS KMS now supports three new hybrid post-quantum key exchange algorithms for the Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2 encryption protocol that’s used when connecting to AWS KMS API endpoints. Those algorithms are Round 2 versions of Kyber, Bit Flipping Key Encapsulation (BIKE), and Supersingular Isogeny Key Encapsulation (SIKE).
    Storage

    - What's new?!

    Feature Service Description Preview / Region availability
    IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.10 on Tape Gateway Storage Gateway AWS Storage Gateway now supports IBM Spectrum Protect 8.1.10 on Tape Gateway, enabling you to backup and archive data from IBM Spectrum Protect to AWS without changing your backup workflows.
    Backup to dedicated Backup Account Backup When you use backup policies to backup the resources in your organization, you can now store copies of your backup in other AWS accounts in the organization.
    Storage Lens S3 Amazon S3 Storage Lens delivers organization-wide visibility into your object storage usage and activity trends, and makes actionable recommendations to improve cost-efficiency and apply data protection best practices.
    Archive Access Tiers S3 Archive Access tier: It has the same performance and pricing as S3 Glacier storage class. Deep Archive Access tier: It has the same performance and pricing as S3 Glacier Deep Archive storage class.
    SDK

    - What's new?!

    News Description
    SDK For Ruby V2 Maintenance Mode Reminder SDK For Ruby Version 2 will enter planned Maintenance Mode starting November 20, 2020. APIs and features released after that date will only be available in Version 3.
    🗣 Keynotes

    Here you an find the 🗓 Keynotes calender

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    re:Invent-2020



          

    Our first serverless Beer Tasting

    Organization of our first serverless Beer Tasting - a mix of online Beer Tasting and serverless meetup

     

    Nov 17th 2020

     

    Fabian Sokoll

    Cloudwatch Logs for AWS Toolkit

    New feature for VS Code - Interact with CloudWatch log groups

     

    Sep 22nd 2020

     

    Walter Kopp

    Announcement of the Official Datadog Partnership

    Introducing our new partner Datadog and what makes this such a precious partnership.

     

    Aug 14th 2020

     

    Fabian Sokoll