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AWS Official Blog 03/31/2020 14:23
You can now develop AWS Lambda functions using .NET Core 3.1. This is the latest LTS release of .NET Core. It has new features like partial class support for razor components, support for shared queues, unwrapping of exceptions, and parameters passing to top-level components. Lambda functions written in .NET Core 3.1 run on , the latest generation of Amazon Linux. You can read the in the AWS Lambda documentation to learn more about writing functions in .NET Core 3.1.
AWS Official Blog 03/31/2020 13:51
is a fully managed service that allows you to set up and manage a scalable blockchain network with just a few clicks. Amazon Managed Blockchain eliminates the overhead required to create the network, and automatically scales to meet the demands of thousands of applications running millions of transactions. Once your network is up and running, Amazon Managed Blockchain makes it easy to manage and maintain your blockchain network. It manages your certificates and lets you easily invite new members to join the network.
AWS Official Blog 03/26/2020 13:39
This Amazon Web Services (AWS) Quick Start deploys AWS Database Migration Service (AWS DMS) Automation Framework on the AWS Cloud in about 30 minutes. This Quick Start is for users who currently do one of the following:. Separate AWS DMS migration tasks into full-load and change-data-capture (CDC) phases. Require a fully automated code deployment framework that is repeatable and customizable.
AWS Official Blog 03/20/2020 17:14
Amazon CloudWatch now supports up to five times the number of metrics per graph and dashboard than before -- up to 500 metrics per graph (from 100) and 2500 metrics per dashboard (from 500). This allows you to visualize the health and performance of applications that use many individual resources like microservices, containers, or stream-based applications, making it even easier to correlate and identify anomalies at a glance, and reduce time to act.
AWS Official Blog 03/18/2020 14:34
Amazon GuardDuty is reducing the price of threat detection by adding an additional volume discount tier and further optimizing its CloudTrail analysis. Effective March 1, 2020, GuardDuty pricing for VPC Flow Log and DNS Log analysis now includes a new top discount tier of $0.15 per GB, representing a 40% reduction from the existing top discount tier of $0.25 per GB. This top discount tier is applicable to customers that generate more than 10,000 gigabyte (GB) per month in VPC Flow Log and DNS log analysis. The new pricing is now the following for US East (N. Virginia):
AWS Official Blog 03/18/2020 13:57
Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) now supports updating Placement Strategy and Constraints for existing ECS services (in Preview). ECS customers can now update the placement strategies and constraints for their ECS services without having to recreate a service with the desired changes. This flexibility and control in managing the placement of service tasks helps customers save cost and reduce potential service downtime.
AWS Official Blog 03/18/2020 13:37
now offers the ability to encode video using the AV1 (AOMedia Video 1) codec. AV1 is an open video coding format designed for internet delivery and developed by the Alliance for Open Media (AOMedia). A key benefit of AV1 is higher compression efficiency compared to the AVC (H.264) and HEVC (H.265) codecs. With AV1, you can deliver high-quality SD and HD video to mobile and other devices over congested or bandwidth-constrained networks at bitrates unachievable with traditional codecs. For details on AV1 pricing, please visit the .
AWS Official Blog 03/13/2020 16:07
today released updates and additions to that enable integrated Security Hub partners to send richer, more detailed findings to Security Hub. We have added a new Severity.Label field that is intended to replace the Severity.Normalized field. Severity.Label allows for informational, low, medium, high, and critical values, and each finding provider will select the appropriate value for their finding. If a finding is missing the Severity.Label field, Security Hub will automatically populate it based on the existing Severity.Normalized field. We are also updating how we track the status of the investigation into a finding. The existing WorkflowState field is deprecated. We have added a new Workflow object to contain information about the investi.
AWS Official Blog 03/13/2020 15:56
Starting today, Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) Cluster Auto Scaling became available in the Regions. With ECS Cluster Auto Scaling, your ECS clusters using Amazon EC2 Instances can automatically scale as needed to meet the resource demands of all tasks and services in your cluster, including scaling to and from zero. Managed scaling with ECS Cluster Auto Scaling improves the reliability, scalability, and cost of running containerized workloads on ECS.
AWS Official Blog 03/13/2020 13:39
Amazon CloudWatch Anomaly Detection is now available in . Anomaly Detection applies machine-learning algorithms to continuously analyze system and application metrics, determine a normal baseline, and surface anomalies with minimal user intervention. You can use Anomaly Detection to isolate and troubleshoot unexpected changes in your metric behavior.

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