Changes This release adds a new family of APIs for asynchronous batch translation service that provides option to translate large collection of text or HTML documents stored in Amazon S3 folder. This service accepts a batch of up to 5 GB in size per API call with each document not exceeding 1 MB size and the number of documents not exceeding 1 million per batch. See documentation for more information.
Changes This release supports service providers configuring a private DNS name for services other than AWS services and services available in the AWS marketplace. This feature allows consumers to access the service using an existing DNS name without making changes to their applications.
Changes You can now restrict direct access to AWS Elemental MediaPackage by securing requests for live content using CDN authorization. With CDN authorization, content requests require a specific HTTP header and authorization code.
Changes This release adds a new family of APIs (create-data-repository-task, describe-data-repository-task, and cancel-data-repository-task) that allow users to perform operations between their file system and its linked data repository.
Changes With this release, you can now centrally aggregate AWS Health events from all accounts in your AWS organization. Visit AWS Health documentation to learn more about enabling and using this feature: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/health/latest/ug/organizational-view-health.html.
Changes This release introduces the ability to tag key pairs, placement groups, export tasks, import image tasks, import snapshot tasks and export image tasks. You can use tags to organize and identify your resources for cost allocation.
Changes This release adds an operation that enables users to specify whether a database is restarted when its SSL/TLS certificate is rotated. Only customers who do not use SSL/TLS should use this operation.
Changes Additional resource types are now fully supported in the AWS Security Finding Format (ASFF). These resources include AwsElbv2LoadBalancer, AwsKmsKey, AwsIamRole, AwsSqsQueue, AwsLambdaFunction, AwsSnsTopic, and AwsCloudFrontDistribution. Each of these resource types includes an accompanying resource details object with fields for security finding providers to populate. Updates were made to the AwsIamAccessKey resource details object to include information on principal ID and name. To learn more, visit our documentation on the ASFF.
Changes You can now copy snapshots across regions using Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM). You can enable policies which, along with create, can now also copy snapshots to one or more AWS region(s). Copies can be scheduled for up to three regions from a single policy and retention periods are set for each region separately.
Changes We are updating the supportedRootDevices field to supportedRootDeviceTypes for DescribeInstanceTypes API to ensure that the actual value is returned, correcting a previous error in the model.
Changes Amazon GameLift now supports ARNs for all key GameLift resources, tagging for GameLift resource authorization management, and updated documentation that articulates GameLift's resource authorization strategy.
Changes This release allows customers to add tags to Automation execution, enabling them to sort and filter executions in different ways, such as by resource, purpose, owner, or environment.
Changes This release introduces the ability to tag Elastic Graphics accelerators. You can use tags to organize and identify your accelerators for cost allocation.
Changes Added a new Over-the-Air (OTA) Update feature that allows you to use different, or multiple, protocols to transfer an image from the AWS cloud to IoT devices.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaLive now supports HLS ID3 segment tagging, HLS redundant manifests for CDNs that support different publishing/viewing endpoints, fragmented MP4 (fMP4), and frame capture intervals specified in milliseconds.
Changes You can now configure your EC2 Fleet to preferentially use EC2 Capacity Reservations for launching On-Demand instances, enabling you to fully utilize the available (and unused) Capacity Reservations before launching On-Demand instances on net new capacity.
Changes This release allows customers to attach multiple Elastic Inference Accelerators to a single EC2 instance. It adds support for a Count parameter for each Elastic Inference Accelerator type you specify on the RunInstances and LaunchTemplate APIs.
Changes Adds the SSM GetCalendarState API and ChangeCalendar SSM Document type. These features enable the forthcoming Systems Manager Change Calendar feature, which will allow you to schedule events during which actions should (or should not) be performed.
Changes Amazon API Gateway now supports HTTP APIs (beta), enabling customers to quickly build high performance RESTful APIs that are up to 71% cheaper than REST APIs also available from API Gateway. HTTP APIs are optimized for building APIs that proxy to AWS Lambda functions or HTTP backends, making them ideal for serverless workloads. Using HTTP APIs, you can secure your APIs using OIDC and OAuth 2 out of box, quickly build web applications using a simple CORS experience, and get started immediately with automatic deployment and simple create workflows.
Changes This release introduces the EBS direct APIs for Snapshots: 1. ListSnapshotBlocks, which lists the block indexes and block tokens for blocks in an Amazon EBS snapshot. 2. ListChangedBlocks, which lists the block indexes and block tokens for blocks that are different between two snapshots of the same volume/snapshot lineage. 3. GetSnapshotBlock, which returns the data in a block of an Amazon EBS snapshot.
Changes - Added the ProvisionedConcurrency type and operations. Allocate provisioned concurrency to enable your function to scale up without fluctuations in latency. Use PutProvisionedConcurrencyConfig to configure provisioned concurrency on a version of a function, or on an alias.
Changes This SDK Release introduces APIs for Amazon Rekognition Custom Labels feature (CreateProjects, CreateProjectVersion,DescribeProjects, DescribeProjectVersions, StartProjectVersion, StopProjectVersion and DetectCustomLabels). Also new is AugmentedAI (Human In The Loop) Support for DetectModerationLabels in Amazon Rekognition.
Changes You can now use SageMaker Autopilot for automatically training and tuning candidate models using a combination of various feature engineering, ML algorithms, and hyperparameters determined from the user's input data. SageMaker Automatic Model Tuning now supports tuning across multiple algorithms. With Amazon SageMaker Experiments users can create Experiments, ExperimentTrials, and ExperimentTrialComponents to track, organize, and evaluate their ML training jobs. With Amazon SageMaker Debugger, users can easily debug training jobs using a number of pre-built rules provided by Amazon SageMaker, or build custom rules. With Amazon SageMaker Processing, users can run on-demand, distributed, and fully managed jobs for data pre- or post- processing or model evaluation. With Amazon SageMaker Model Monitor, a user can create MonitoringSchedules to automatically monitor endpoints to detect data drift and other issues and get alerted on them. This release also includes the preview version of Amazon SageMaker Studio with Domains, UserProfiles, and Apps. This release also includes the preview version of Amazon Augmented AI to easily implement human review of machine learning predictions by creating FlowDefinitions, HumanTaskUis, and HumanLoops.
Changes (New Service) Amazon CodeGuru Profiler analyzes application CPU utilization and latency characteristics to show you where you are spending the most cycles in your application. This analysis is presented in an interactive flame graph that helps you easily understand which paths consume the most resources, verify that your application is performing as expected, and uncover areas that can be optimized further.
Changes This release adds support for the following features: 1. An option to enable acceleration for Site-to-Site VPN connections, to improve connection performance by leveraging AWS Global Accelerator; 2. Inf1 instances featuring up to 16 AWS Inferentia chips, custom-built for ML inference applications to deliver low latency and high throughput performance. Use Inf1 instances to run high scale ML inference applications such as image recognition, speech recognition, natural language processing, personalization, and fraud detection at the lowest cost in the cloud. Inf1 instances will soon be available for use with Amazon SageMaker, Amazon EKS and Amazon ECS. To get started, see https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/instance-types/Inf1; 3. The ability to associate route tables with internet gateways and virtual private gateways, and define routes to insert network and security virtual appliances in the path of inbound and outbound traffic. For more information on Amazon VPC Ingress Routing, see https://docs.aws.amazon.com/vpc/latest/userguide/VPC_Route_Tables.html#gateway-route-table; 4. AWS Local Zones that place compute, storage, database, and other select services closer to you for applications that require very low latency to your end-users. AWS Local Zones also allow you to seamlessly connect to the full range of services in the AWS Region through the same APIs and tool sets; 5. Launching and viewing EC2 instances and EBS volumes running locally in Outposts. This release also introduces a new local gateway (LGW) with Outposts to enable connectivity between Outposts and local on-premises networks as well as the internet; 6. Peering Transit Gateways between regions simplifying creation of secure and private global networks on AWS; 7. Transit Gateway Multicast, enabling multicast routing within and between VPCs using Transit Gateway as a multicast router.
Changes Introducing Amazon EKS with Fargate. Customers can now use Amazon EKS to launch pods directly onto AWS Fargate, the serverless compute engine built for containers on AWS.
Changes UltraWarm storage provides a cost-effective way to store large amounts of read-only data on Amazon Elasticsearch Service. Rather than attached storage, UltraWarm nodes use Amazon S3 and a sophisticated caching solution to improve performance. For indices that you are not actively writing to and query less frequently, UltraWarm storage offers significantly lower costs per GiB. In Elasticsearch, these warm indices behave just like any other index. You can query them using the same APIs or use them to create dashboards in Kibana.
Changes Amazon Fraud Detector is a fully managed service that makes it easy to identify potentially fraudulent online activities such as online payment fraud and the creation of fake accounts. Amazon Fraud Detector uses your data, machine learning (ML), and more than 20 years of fraud detection expertise from Amazon to automatically identify potentially fraudulent online activity so you can catch more fraud faster.
Changes It is a preview launch of Amazon Kendra. Amazon Kendra is a managed, highly accurate and easy to use enterprise search service that is powered by machine learning.
Changes This is the initial release for AWS Outposts, a fully managed service that extends AWS infrastructure, services, APIs, and tools to customer sites. AWS Outposts enables you to launch and run EC2 instances and EBS volumes locally at your on-premises location. This release introduces new APIs for creating and viewing Outposts.
Changes Amazon S3 Access Points is a new S3 feature that simplifies managing data access at scale for shared data sets on Amazon S3. Access Points provide a customizable way to access the objects in a bucket, with a unique hostname and access policy that enforces the specific permissions and network controls for any request made through the access point. This represents a new way of provisioning access to shared data sets.
Changes This SDK Release introduces Amazon Augmented AI support for Amazon Textract AnalyzeDocument API. Image byte payloads for synchronous operations have increased from 5 MB to 10 MB.
Changes Introducing AWS IAM Access Analyzer, an IAM feature that makes it easy for AWS customers to ensure that their resource-based policies provide only the intended access to resources outside their AWS accounts.
Changes AWS now provides a new BYOL experience for software licenses, such as Windows and SQL Server, that require a dedicated physical server. You can now enjoy the flexibility and cost effectiveness of using your own licenses on Amazon EC2 Dedicated Hosts, but with the simplicity, resiliency, and elasticity of AWS. You can specify your Dedicated Host management preferences, such as host allocation, host capacity utilization, and instance placement in AWS License Manager. Once set up, AWS takes care of these administrative tasks on your behalf, so that you can seamlessly launch virtual machines (instances) on Dedicated Hosts just like you would launch an EC2 instance with AWS provided licenses.
Changes AWS License Manager now automates discovery of bring-your-own-license usage across the customers organization. With few simple settings, customers can add bring your own license product information along with licensing rules, which would enable License Manager to automatically track the instances that have the specified products installed. If License Manager detects any violation of licensing rules, it would notify the customers designated license administrator to take corrective action.
Changes This release will introduce optional encryption over LDAP network traffic using SSL certificates between customer's self-managed AD and AWS Directory Services instances. The release also provides APIs for Certificate management.
Changes 1) Amazon Contributor Insights for Amazon DynamoDB is a diagnostic tool for identifying frequently accessed keys and understanding database traffic trends. 2) Support for displaying new fields when a table's encryption state is Inaccessible or the table have been Archived.
Changes Amazon Elastic Inference allows customers to attach Elastic Inference Accelerators to Amazon EC2 and Amazon ECS tasks, thus providing low-cost GPU-powered acceleration and reducing the cost of running deep learning inference. This release allows customers to add or remove tags for their Elastic Inference Accelerators.
Changes AWS Serverless Application Repository now supports verified authors. Verified means that AWS has made a good faith review, as a reasonable and prudent service provider, of the information provided by the requester and has confirmed that the requester's identity is as claimed.
Changes API update for Alexa for Business: This update enables the use of meeting room configuration that can be applied to a room profile. These settings help improve and measure utilization on Alexa for Business enabled rooms. New features include end meeting reminders, intelligent room release and room utilization analytics report.
Changes Introducing AWS AppConfig, a new service that enables customers to quickly deploy validated configurations to applications of any size in a controlled and monitored fashion.
Changes CloudWatch Application Insights for .NET and SQL Server includes the follwing features: -Tagging Create and manage tags for your applications.-Custom log pattern matching. Define custom log patterns to be detected and monitored.-Resource-level permissions. Specify applications users can access.
Changes You can now set time based retention policies on Data Lifecycle Manager. With this launch, DLM allows you to set snapshot retention period in the following interval units: days, weeks, months and years.
Changes This release adds two new APIs: 1. ModifyDefaultCreditSpecification, which allows you to set default credit specification at the account level per AWS Region, per burstable performance instance family, so that all new burstable performance instances in the account launch using the new default credit specification. 2. GetDefaultCreditSpecification, which allows you to get current default credit specification per AWS Region, per burstable performance instance family. This release also adds new client exceptions for StartInstances and StopInstances.
Changes This release adds: 1) APIs for fleet provisioning claim and template, 2) endpoint configuration and custom domains, 3) support for enhanced custom authentication, d) support for 4 additional audit checks: Device and CA certificate key quality checks, IoT role alias over-permissive check and IoT role alias access to unused services check, 5) extended capability of AWS IoT Rules Engine to support IoT SiteWise rule action. The IoT SiteWise rule action lets you send messages from IoT sensors and applications to IoT SiteWise asset properties
Changes Added the function state and update status to the output of GetFunctionConfiguration and other actions. Check the state information to ensure that a function is ready before you perform operations on it. Functions take time to become ready when you connect them to a VPC.Added the EventInvokeConfig type and operations to configure error handling options for asynchronous invocation. Use PutFunctionEventInvokeConfig to configure the number of retries and the maximum age of events when you invoke the function asynchronously.Added on-failure and on-success destination settings for asynchronous invocation. Configure destinations to send an invocation record to an SNS topic, an SQS queue, an EventBridge event bus, or a Lambda function.Added error handling options to event source mappings. This enables you to configure the number of retries, configure the maximum age of records, or retry with smaller batches when an error occurs when a function processes a Kinesis or DynamoDB stream.Added the on-failure destination setting to event source mappings. This enables you to send discarded events to an SNS topic or SQS queue when all retries fail or when the maximum record age is exceeded when a function processes a Kinesis or DynamoDB stream.Added the ParallelizationFactor option to event source mappings to increase concurrency per shard when a function processes a Kinesis or DynamoDB stream.
Changes This release adds a new feature called "Contributor Insights". "Contributor Insights" supports the following 6 new APIs (PutInsightRule, DeleteInsightRules, EnableInsightRules, DisableInsightRules, DescribeInsightRules and GetInsightRuleReport).
Changes AWS RAM provides new APIs to view the permissions granted to principals in a resource share. This release also creates corresponding resource shares for supported services that use resource policies, as well as an API to promote them to standard shares that can be managed in RAM.
Changes This release includes support for automatically suppressing email addresses that result in hard bounce or complaint events at the account level, and for managing addresses on this account-level suppression list.
Changes AWS Systems Manager Documents now supports more Document Types: ApplicationConfiguration, ApplicationConfigurationSchema and DeploymentStrategy. This release also extends Document Permissions capabilities and introduces a new Force flag for DeleteDocument API.
Changes This release introduces new set of APIs ("wafv2") for AWS WAF. Major changes include single set of APIs for creating/updating resources in global and regional scope, and rules are configured directly into web ACL instead of being referenced. The previous APIs ("waf" and "waf-regional") are now referred as AWS WAF Classic. For more information visit: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/waf/latest/APIReference/Welcome.html
Changes Amazon EMR adds support for concurrent step execution and cancelling running steps. Amazon EMR has added a new Outpost ARN field in the ListCluster and DescribeCluster API responses that is populated for clusters launched in an AWS Outpost subnet.
Changes This release adds two key updates to existing APIs. 1. Amazon Forecast can now generate forecasts in any quantile using the optional parameter forecastTypes in the CreateForecast API and 2. You can get additional details (metrics and relevant error messages) on your AutoML runs using the DescribePredictor and GetAccuracyMetrics APIs.
Changes This release of AWS Amplify Console introduces support for backend environments. Backend environments are containers for AWS deployments. Each environment is a collection of AWS resources.
Changes AWS Config launches Custom Configuration Items. A new feature which allows customers to publish resource configuration for third-party resources, custom, or on-premises servers.
Changes This release adds a new API: StartChatContact. You can use it to programmatically start a chat on the specified Amazon Connect instance. Learn more here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/connect/latest/APIReference/Welcome.html
Changes This release adds 5 new APIs: CreateParticipantConnection, DisconnectParticipant, GetTranscript, SendEvent, and SendMessage. For Amazon Connect chat, you can use them to programmatically perform participant actions on the configured Amazon Connect instance. Learn more here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/connect-participant/latest/APIReference/Welcome.html
Changes This release adds support for attaching AWS License Manager Configurations to Amazon Machine Image (AMI) using ImportImage API; and adds support for running different instance sizes on EC2 Dedicated Hosts
Changes With this release, Amazon Transcribe now supports transcriptions from audio sources in Hebrew (he-IL), Swiss German (de-CH), Japanese (ja-JP), Turkish (tr-TR), Arabic-Gulf (ar-AE), Malay (ms-MY), Telugu (te-IN)
Changes 1. This release adds two new APIs, GetInsightSelectors and PutInsightSelectors, which let you configure CloudTrail Insights event delivery on a trail. An Insights event is a new type of event that is generated when CloudTrail detects unusual activity in your AWS account. In this release, only "ApiCallRateInsight" is a supported Insights event type. 2. This release also adds the new "ExcludeManagementEventSource" option to the existing PutEventSelectors API. This field currently supports only AWS Key Management Services.
Changes This release adds support for creating pull request approval rules and pull request approval rule templates in AWS CodeCommit. This allows developers to block merges of pull requests, contingent on the approval rules being satisfiied.
Changes DLM now supports Fast Snapshot Restore. You can enable Fast Restore on snapshots created by DLM, provide the AZs and the number of snapshots to be enabled with this capability.
Changes With this release, Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose allows server side encryption with customer managed CMKs. Customer managed CMKs ( "Customer Master Keys") are AWS Key Management Service (KMS) keys that are fully managed by the customer. With customer managed CMKs, customers can establish and maintain their key policies, IAM policies, rotating policies and add tags. For more information about AWS KMS and CMKs, please refer to: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/kms/latest/developerguide/concepts.html. Please refer to the following link to create CMKs: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/kms/latest/developerguide/importing-keys-create-cmk.html
Changes Announcing a Multi-AZ deployment type for Amazon FSx for Windows File Server, providing fully-managed Windows file storage with high availability and redundancy across multiple AWS Availability Zones.
Changes Amazon QuickSight now supports programmatic creation and management of data sources, data sets, dashboards and templates with new APIs. Templates hold dashboard metadata, and can be used to create copies connected to the same or different dataset as required. Also included in this release are APIs for SPICE ingestions, fine-grained access control over AWS resources using AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies, as well AWS tagging. APIs are supported for both Standard and Enterprise Edition, with edition-specific support for specific functionality.
Changes This release introduces support for Amazon S3 Replication Time Control, a new feature of S3 Replication that provides a predictable replication time backed by a Service Level Agreement. S3 Replication Time Control helps customers meet compliance or business requirements for data replication, and provides visibility into the replication process with new Amazon CloudWatch Metrics.
Changes The new DescribeAvailabilityMonitorTest API provides the results of the most recent High Availability monitoring test. The new StartAvailabilityMonitorTest API verifies the storage gateway is configured for High Availability monitoring. The new ActiveDirectoryStatus response element has been added to the DescribeSMBSettings and JoinDomain APIs to indicate the status of the gateway after the most recent JoinDomain operation. The new TimeoutInSeconds parameter of the JoinDomain API allows for the configuration of the timeout in which the JoinDomain operation must complete.
Changes Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling now supports Instance Weighting and Max Instance Lifetime. Instance Weighting allows specifying the capacity units for each instance type included in the MixedInstancesPolicy and how they would contribute to your application's performance. Max Instance Lifetime allows specifying the maximum length of time that an instance can be in service. If any instances are approaching this limit, Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling gradually replaces them.
Changes AWSConfig launches support for conformance packs. A conformance pack is a new resource type that allows you to package a collection of Config rules and remediation actions into a single entity. You can create and deploy conformance packs into your account or across all accounts in your organization
Changes This release adds support for RunInstances to specify the metadata options for new instances; adds a new API, ModifyInstanceMetadataOptions, which lets you modify the metadata options for a running or stopped instance; and adds support for CreateCustomerGateway to specify a device name.
Changes IAM reports the timestamp when a role's credentials were last used to make an AWS request. This helps you identify unused roles and remove them confidently from your AWS accounts.
Changes As part of this release, we are extending the capability of AWS IoT Rules Engine to send messages directly to customer's own web services/applications. Customers can now create topic rules with HTTP actions to route messages from IoT Core directly to URL's that they own. Ownership is proved by creating and confirming topic rule destinations.
Changes This release introduces APIs for the CloudFormation Registry, a new service to submit and discover resource providers with which you can manage third-party resources natively in CloudFormation.
Changes This release of the Amazon Pinpoint API introduces support for using and managing message templates for messages that are sent through the voice channel. It also introduces support for specifying default values for message variables in message templates.
Changes Added support for S3 Replication for existing objects. This release allows customers who have requested and been granted access to replicate existing S3 objects across buckets.
Changes This release adds a new option in the User Pool to allow specifying sender's name in the emails sent by Amazon Cognito. This release also adds support to add SES Configuration Set to the emails sent by Amazon Cognito.
Changes You can now add tags while copying snapshots. Previously, a user had to first copy the snapshot and then add tags to the copied snapshot manually. Moving forward, you can specify the list of tags you wish to be applied to the copied snapshot as a parameter on the Copy Snapshot API.
Changes Introducing Amazon EKS managed node groups, a new feature that lets you easily provision worker nodes for Amazon EKS clusters and keep them up to date using the Amazon EKS management console, CLI, and APIs.
Changes Access to the cluster ARN makes it easier for you to author resource-level permissions policies in AWS Identity and Access Management. To simplify the process of obtaining the cluster ARN, Amazon EMR has added a new field containing the cluster ARN to all API responses that include the cluster ID.
Changes This release includes new operations related to findings export, including: CreatePublishingDestination, UpdatePublishingDestination, DescribePublishingDestination, DeletePublishingDestination and ListPublishingDestinations.
Changes This release adds a new setting at user pool client to prevent user existence related errors during authentication, confirmation, and password recovery related operations. This release also adds support to enable or disable specific authentication flows for a user pool client.
Changes This release enhances the existing user management APIs and adds 3 new APIs - TagResource, UntagResource, and ListTagsForResource to support tagging Amazon Connect users, which facilitates more granular access controls for Amazon Connect users within an Amazon Connect instance. You can learn more about the new APIs here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/connect/latest/APIReference/Welcome.html.
Changes Amazon CloudSearch domains let you require that all traffic to the domain arrive over HTTPS. This security feature helps you block clients that send unencrypted requests to the domain.
Changes You can now add tags to a lifecycle policy in Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM). Tags allow you to categorize your policies in different ways, such as by department, purpose or owner. You can also enable resource level permissions based on tags to set access control on ability to modify or delete a tagged policy.
Changes This release adds the custom fields definition support in the index definition for AWS IoT Fleet Indexing Service. Custom fields can be used as an aggregation field to run aggregations with both existing GetStatistics API and newly added GetCardinality, GetPercentiles APIs. GetStatistics will return all statistics (min/max/sum/avg/count...) with this release. For more information, please refer to our latest documentation: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/iot/latest/developerguide/iot-indexing.html
Changes This is the first release of version 2 of the Amazon SES API. You can use this API to configure your Amazon SES account, and to send email. This API extends the functionality that exists in the previous version of the Amazon SES API.
Changes Amazon DynamoDB enables you to restore your data to a new DynamoDB table using a point-in-time or on-demand backup. You now can modify the settings on the new restored table. Specifically, you can exclude some or all of the local and global secondary indexes from being created with the restored table. In addition, you can change the billing mode and provisioned capacity settings.
Changes With this release, Amazon Transcribe now supports transcriptions from audio sources in Welsh English (en-WL), Scottish English(en-AB), Irish English(en-IE), Farsi(fa-IR), Tamil(ta-IN), Indonesian(id-ID), Portuguese (pt-PT), Dutch(nl-NL).