Authors who publish serverless applications to the AWS Serverless Application Repository (SAR) can now make their applications publicly available from all commercial AWS regions (except China) where the service is available.
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AWS Glue now supports the ability to update the schema in the Glue Data Catalog from Glue Spark ETL jobs. Previously, you had to run Glue crawlers to create new tables or add new partitions to existing tables after running your Glue Spark ETL jobs resulting in additional cost and time.
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AWS IoT Device Defender is now available in the AWS China (Beijing) Region, operated by Sinnet and the AWS China (Ningxia) Region, operated by NWCD. AWS IoT Device Defender is a fully managed service that helps you secure your fleet of IoT devices. It continuously audits device configurations for security vulnerabilities. It also continuously monitors security metrics from devices and AWS IoT Core for deviations from what you have defined as appropriate behaviors for each device. AWS IoT Device Defender publishes alerts to AWS IoT Console, Amazon CloudWatch, and Amazon SNS when an audit fails or when behavior anomalies are detected. AWS IoT Device Defender also supports the ability for customers to use predefined mitigation actions to respond to audit findings and apply them at scale.
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AWS RoboMaker, a service that makes it easy to run robotics simulations at cloud scale, now supports configurable Simulation Unit limit, to help control robotics application testing costs. With AWS RoboMaker simulation, you only pay for the time your simulation job takes to run, and you are charged an hourly rate based on the number of Simulation Units (or SUs) required to run your simulation job – which you can now limit.
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Starting today, you can use Glue Spark ETL jobs to read, transform, and load data from Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) and MongoDB tables into services such as Amazon S3 and Amazon Redshift for downstream analytics.
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Starting today, Amazon RDS for SQL Server supports read replicas using Distributed Availability Groups within an AWS Region. Amazon RDS for SQL Server makes it easy to create replicas in the same AWS Region as the primary DB instance by fully managing the configuration of the Distributed Availability Group and maintaining secure network connections between a primary DB instance and its replicas.
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