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Amazon ElastiCache now supports T3-Standard cache nodes

Source: AWS You can now launch the next generation general-purpose burstable T3-Standard cache nodes in Amazon ElastiCache. Amazon EC2’s T3-Standard instances provide a baseline level of CPU performance with the ability to burst CPU usage at any time till the accrued credits are exhausted. They offer generational advances in CPU performance that enable a higher overall baseline performance threshold over T2 cache nodes. 

Amazon ElastiCache now supports online data migration from Redis on Amazon EC2

Source: AWS You can now use ElastiCache data migration feature to migrate your data from self-hosted Redis on Amazon EC2 to fully-managed ElastiCache cluster-mode disabled configuration. With this feature, once you provide ElastiCache-accessible endpoint and port of your Redis cluster, ElastiCache will replicate the data from your cluster in real-time to your ElastiCache cluster. Once the data sync is complete, you can update your client applications to start using the newly-populated ElastiCache cluster. 

Amazon ElastiCache launches self-service updates for Memcached and Redis Cache Clusters

Source: AWS You can now use ElastiCache self-service updates feature to apply updates on Memcached and Redis cache clusters, in addition to Redis replication groups at the time of your choosing and track the progress in real-time.

Amazon ElastiCache announces online configuration changes for all planned operations with the latest Redis 5.0.5

Source: AWS Amazon ElastiCache for Redis improves availability of auto-failover clusters during all planned operations. You can now scale your cluster, upgrade the Redis engine version and apply patches and maintenance updates while the cluster stays online and continues serving incoming requests. These availability improvements are included along with the latest Redis version 5.0.5. For a full list of improvements in Amazon ElastiCache for Redis 5.0.5. 

Amazon ElastiCache launches reader endpoints for Redis

Source: AWS You can now use a single reader endpoint to connect to your Redis read replicas. Until today, to easily connect to your read replicas you had to manage multiple endpoints at the application level. The new feature allows you to direct all read traffic to your ElastiCache for Redis cluster through a single, cluster-level endpoint.