Amazon DynamoDB now supports up to 50 concurrent table restores per AWS account. The default service quota for table restores increased from 4 to 50, and is applicable to restores performed using point-in-time recovery and on-demand backups managed by DynamoDB and AWS Backup.
Amazon Timestream now supports batch loading data
Amazon Timestream just introduced Batch Load, an advanced feature for importing large amounts of temporal data into Timestream. Batch Load offers a reliable, effortless and expansive answer for migrating information from CSV files stashed away in S3 directly into Timestream. Customers can pick one or more source files, the target Timestream database and table, and […]
Amazon DevOps Guru for RDS supports Proactive Insights
Amazon DevOps Guru for RDS now offers Proactive Insights, a new set of notifications that alert customers of possible database performance and availability issues before they become severe. By continuously monitoring database instances, Proactive Insights can detect conditions that may lead to a decrease in the health of the database. When such conditions are identified, […]
AWS App Runner is now available in AWS Asia Pacific (Singapore, Sydney) and AWS Europe (Frankfurt) regions
AWS App Runner now provides extended capability to the AWS Asia Pacific (Singapore), AWS Europe (Frankfurt), and AWS Asia Pacific (Sydney) regions, allowing customers to construct, release, and execute containerized web applications and API services in AWS cloud, at an extensive capacity, without having to oversee infrastructure. AWS App Runner now provides extended capability to […]
AWS Lambda now supports Amazon DocumentDB change streams as an event source
AWS Lambda now has the capability of utilizing the change streams feature of Amazon DocumentDB (which has MongoDB compatibility) as an event source. This feature offers a chronological order of the changes that occur within the collections of the cluster. Customers can now make use of these events in their Lambda-built serverless applications.
AWS Service Catalog now supports the ability to disassociate and delete products in one-action
It is now simpler for AWS Service Catalog customers to manage and update their selection of AWS resources; they can now disassociate and delete their AWS Service Catalog products with just one action.