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Month: October 2019

Amplify CLI enables creating Amazon Cognito User Pool Groups, configuring fine-grained permissions on groups, and adding user management capabilities to applications

Source: AWS The Amplify Framework is an open source project for building cloud-enabled mobile and web applications. The Amplify CLI (part of the Amplify Framework) is a toolchain to create, integrate, and manage the AWS cloud services for your application.  

AWS Service Catalog enables transfer of provisioned product ownership

Source: AWS AWS Service Catalog now enables administrators and team members to change the ownership of their provisioned products. With this feature, when team members or responsibilities change, ownership of their provisioned products can easily be transferred to a new team member or role. 

Create serverless applications with an automated deployment pipeline from the AWS Lambda console

Source: AWS You can now easily adopt best practices, such as infrastructure as code and continuous delivery, when you create a serverless application from the AWS Lambda console.  

Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) is now available in the Europe (Paris) region

Source: AWS Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) is now available in the Europe (Paris) region.  

AWS Client VPN is now available in Asia Pacific (Seoul), Canada (Central), EU (Stockholm), North America (Northern California) regions

Source: AWS AWS Client VPN is now available in Asia Pacific (Seoul), Canada (Central), EU (Stockholm), North America (Northern California) regions. The addition of these regions increases availability of AWS Client VPN, which offers region support in Asia Pacific (Mumbai, Singapore, Sydney, Tokyo), EU (Frankfurt, Ireland, London), North America (N. Virginia, Ohio, Oregon) With this launch, AWS Client VPN is now available in a total of 14 regions. 

Amazon SES is Now Available in Three Additional AWS Regions

Source: AWS Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) is now available in the Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia Pacific (Sydney), and EU (Frankfurt) Regions, in addition to the US East (Virginia), US West (Oregon), and Europe (Ireland) regions. This regional expansion is particularly useful for organizations where data residency considerations previously made it difficult for customers to use Amazon SES.

Amazon Neptune is Now Available in the Canada (Central) Region

Source: AWS Amazon Neptune is now available in the AWS Canada (Central) region. You can create Neptune clusters using r5 instance types.

Amazon Neptune is Now Available in the Middle East (Bahrain) Region

Source: AWS Amazon Neptune is now available in the AWS Middle East (Bahrain) region. You can create Neptune clusters using r5 instance types.

AWS CodeCommit is Now Available in AWS Middle East (Bahrain) Region

Source: AWS AWS CodeCommit, a fully-managed source control service, is now available in the Middle East (Bahrain) Region. CodeCommit makes it easy for companies to host secure and highly scalable private Git repositories. 

AWS App Mesh is now available in Europe (Paris) Region

Source: AWS AWS App Mesh is now available in Europe Paris Region. This is the fourth region with App Mesh availability in EU, in addition to Ireland, Frankfurt and London regions. 

MIT's self-assembling robots are making moves, literally

Source: TechRepublic The modular M-Blocks can intercommunicate, climbing over and around each other.

Amazon QuickSight supports Seoul region, dashboard printing and more

Source: AWS Amazon QuickSight is now available in the Asia Pacific (Seoul) region. New users can sign up for QuickSight with Asia Pacific (Seoul) as their home region, making SPICE capacity available in-region and providing proximity to AWS and on-premises data sources. Existing Amazon QuickSight users can switch to this region via the region switcher in the User Interface to provision SPICE capacity, and enable faster and cheaper connectivity to data sources in that region.