Tag: Serverless

Amazon Aurora Serverless v1 now supports PostgreSQL 13

Amazon Aurora Serverless v1 now supports PostgreSQL major version 13. PostgreSQL 13 includes improved functionality and performance from enhancements such as de-duplication of B-tree index entries, improved performance for queries that use partitioned tables, incremental sorting to accelerate data sorts, parallel processing of indexes with the VACUUM command, more ways to monitor activity within a […]

Announcing lower data warehouse base capacity configuration for Amazon Redshift Serverless

Amazon Redshift now allows you to get started with Amazon Redshift Serverless with a lower data warehouse base capacity configuration of 8 Redshift Processing Units (RPU). Amazon Redshift Serverless measures data warehouse capacity in RPU and you pay only for the duration of workloads you run in RPU-hours on a per-second basis. Previously the minimum […]

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, […]

Amazon Neptune Serverless now scales down to 1 NCU to save costs

Starting today, Amazon Neptune Serverless has lowered its minimum scaling requirements to 1 Neptune Capacity Unit (NCU) from 2.5 NCUs. This brings down the cost of running Neptune Serverless by reducing the resources used by up to 2.5X when the graph database is not actively responding to user queries. With a 1 NCU minimum, you […]

Amazon EMR Serverless now supports application log encryption with Customer Managed Keys (CMK)

We are thrilled to announce that you are now able to use customer-managed keys (CMKs) with AWS Key Management Service (KMS) to encrypt EMR Serverless application logs when stored in managed storage and Amazon S3 buckets. Amazon EMR Serverless is a serverless choice in Amazon EMR that makes it effortless for data scientists and data […]

AWS SAM connectors now supports multiple destinations

Developers of serverless applications can now utilize AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) connectors to link up multiple destinations when integrating with AWS services. In the past, SAM customers required a separate connector definition for each source/destination combination. For instance, if a AWS::Serverless::Function was interacting with 3 SNS topics with similar permissions, 3 SAM connectors […]