Monday, 20 May 2019

New Feature Configurable Timeouts For Idle Sessions Added By Amazon AppStream 2.0

Amazon AppStream 2.0 is a completely organized application streaming service which gives customers with immediate access to their desktop applications from anywhere. AppStream 2.0 handles the AWS resources essential to host and execute your applications, scales automatically, and offers access to your customers on request. AppStream 2.0 gives users access to the applications they require on the device of their option, with a responsive, fluid user experience that is identical from locally installed applications. Now, Amazon AppStream 2.0 introduced new feature that is the idle disconnect timeout. You can automatically decouple an idle user after a configurable amount of time with this feature, certifying your streaming instances are being functionally used. Your user will get a notification notifying them if they are about to be detached caused by idleness. If your user rejoins before the individually configurable decouple timeout period has passed, they will be reconnected to the identical streaming session they earlier had. Refer our documentation to configure the idle disconnect timeout feature for your fleets. The idle disconnect timeout feature is accessible without any extra cost in every AWS Regions where AppStream 2.0 is available. AppStream 2.0 works on ‘pay-as-you-go’. Visit Amazon AppStream 2.0 Pricing for extra details, and try our sample applications.

Saturday, 18 May 2019

Amazon SNS Offers Assistance For Cost Allocation Tags

Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS) is a web service which coordinates and manages the delivery or sending of messages to subscribing endpoints or clients. Amazon SNS is a highly available, durable, secure, completely organized pub/sub messaging service which allows you decouple microservices, distributed systems, and serverless applications. Amazon SNS gives topics for high-throughput, push-based, many-to-many messaging. Now you can utilize cost allocation tags to handle your Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) costs. Cost allocation tags are key-value pairs which allows you classify SNS subjects to smartly notice their objective and record related costs. You can add and remove tags using the Amazon SNS Management Console, SDK, CLI or API. You can utilize the AWS Resource Groups Tagging CLI or API to filter and find for topics with particular tags when you have tagged your topics. Besides, you can use the AWS Billing and Cost Management Console to cover utilization and cost information for specific tags in your AWS account bill. Amazon SNS cost allocation tags are accessible in every commercial AWS Regions, and in AWS GovCloud Regions. To know detailed about Amazon SNS cost allocation tags, refer Amazon SNS Tags

Friday, 17 May 2019

Third Availability Zone Added By AWS To The Asia Pacific - Mumbai Region

Amazon cloud computing resources are stored in different locations across global. These locations are collaboration of AWS Regions and Availability Zones. Every AWS Region are located in different geographic areas. And each AWS Region has several, remote locations known as Availability Zones. Availability Zones located in AWS Regions contains one or more individual data centers, all of which has redundant power, networking, and connectivity, and is housed in separate facilities. Each AZ has various internet connections and power connections to multiple grids. Now, AWS adds a new Availability Zone to the AWS Asia Pacific (Mumbai) Region to serve an increasing rate of users and expanding utilization of the Region. This new third availability zone offers users with extra flexibility to design and configure scalable, fault-tolerant, and highly available applications in AWS Asia Pacific (Mumbai), and will give assistance to further AWS services in India. With this new addition of AZ, the AWS global AZ total to 65 AZs within 21 geographic Regions across the globe.

Thursday, 16 May 2019

AWS Migration Hub Gives Right-Sized Amazon EC2 Instance Suggestions

Migration Hub offers one place to locate your current servers, plan migrations, and record the status of every application relocation. Now you can take help of AWS Migration Hub to create right-sized EC2 instances for on-going on-premises workloads in AWS. This new feature studies data gathered from all on-premises server, covering server specification, CPU, and memory utilization, to suggest the low cost EC2 instance desired to execute the on-premises workload. Right-sizing your compute resources is one dimension of understanding your total cost of ownership (TCO). You can use this new feature of Migration Hub when you need a comprehension of your estimated EC2 prices. Besides, it give complete evaluation, covering optimizations for Microsoft Licensing, storage costs, using TSO Logic, an Amazon Web Services Company. The EC2 instance recommendations feature clarifies the moving method by removing the manual effort need to calculate right-sized EC2 instances when estimating costs or planning migrations. To start you require to make sure that on-premises server details are accessible in Migration Hub. To know further on AWS Migration Hub and the EC2 instance recommendations feature here, or by reading the documentation. And to get the complete estimate, contact AWS Sales or an AWS Partner

Tuesday, 14 May 2019

Node.js v10 Supported By AWS Lambda

AWS Lambda is a compute service that allows you to execute code excluding provisioning or managing servers. AWS Lambda runs your code only when required and scales automatically, from a few requests per day to thousands per second. Besides, you can execute code for virtually any type of application or backend service - all with zero administration. Now you can build your AWS Lambda functions with the Node.js v10. Also the to the leveraging new features in Node.js v10 like the performance enhancements in the V8 6.6 engine, Lambda functions written in Node.js 10 execute on the recent generation of Amazon Linux, Amazon Linux 2. You can directly upload your code as a ZIP via AWS CLI or AWS Lambda console and choose the Node.js 10.x runtime to start deploying your Node.js code as a Lambda function. Further you can utilize the AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM) to deploy and manage your serverless application authored in Node.js. You can read more about the Node.js programming model in the AWS Lambda documentation. The Node.js 10.x runtime is accessible in every regions where Lambda is available. AWS Lambda will automatically update the language minor versions to recent minor version, as defined by https://github.com/nodejs/Release.

Monday, 13 May 2019

AWS Glue Gives Assistance To Current Data Catalog Tables As Source

AWS Glue is an entirely organized ETL service (Extract, Transform, Load) which makes it simpler for users to set and load their data for analytics. You only identify AWS Glue to your data saved on AWS, and AWS Glue finds your data and keeps in linked metadata (e.g. table definition and schema) in the AWS Glue Data Catalog. A crawler can crawl several data stores within one execution. After execution, the crawler adds or updates one or more tables in your Data Catalog. A crawler can be used to populate the AWS Glue Data Catalog with tables. When cataloged, your data is instantly searchable, queryable, and available for ETL. Now you can define a list of tables from your AWS Glue Data Catalog as sources in the crawler configuration. Earlier, crawlers were only able to take data paths as sources, scan your data, and add new tables in the AWS Glue Data Catalog. Now crawlers can take current tables as sources, recognize modifications to their schema and update the table definitions, and register new partitions as new data gets accessible. This feature will be functional if you want to import current table definitions from an outer Apache Hive Metastore into the AWS Glue Data Catalog and use crawlers to maintain these up to date your data modifications. This feature is accessible in each AWS regions where AWS Glue is accessible. To know detailed about this feature, refer documentation.

Saturday, 11 May 2019

Amazon GuardDuty Obtainable In AWS Europe (Stockholm) Region

Amazon GuardDuty is a threat detection service which constantly detects for harmful actions and prohibited activities to shield your AWS accounts and workloads. The group and aggregation of account and network actions is clarified, but it can be lenghty process for security teams to constantly examine event log data for potential threats with the cloud. You now have an insightful and inexpensive alternative for ongoing threat detection in the AWS Cloud with the Amazon GuardDuty. The service uses machine learning, anomaly detection, and integrated threat intelligence to spot and prioritize potential threats. GuardDuty studies tens of billions of events over several AWS data sources, like AWS CloudTrail, Amazon VPC Flow Logs, and DNS logs. Now Amazon GuardDuty is accessible in the AWS Europe (Stockholm) Region. Amazon GuardDuty recognizes abnormal or forbidden activity, like crypto-currency mining or infrastructure deployments in a region that has never been used. Powered by threat intelligence and machine learning anomaly detections, GuardDuty is constantly developing to aid you shield your AWS domain. To start your 30-day free trial of Amazon GuardDuty, click here on the GuardDuty Free Trial. Refer AWS Regions page to get the list of all regions where GuardDuty is available.

New Feature Configurable Timeouts For Idle Sessions Added By Amazon AppStream 2.0

Amazon AppStream 2.0 is a completely organized application streaming service which gives customers with immediate access to their desktop...