AWS re:Invent 2018: Daily Recap – Tuesday

Day 2 at AWS re:Invent 2018 was busy with its breakout sessions, panels discussions, and training bootcamps. Amidst all of this were a slew of new services and service feature announcements for AWS.  Here’s a quick overview.

Private Marketplace:  Private Marketplace allows IT administrators to create a pre-approved, authorized list of marketplace offerings that meet corporate guidelines and standards. This controls which marketplace products can be deployed in your cloud environment. It integrates with AWS Organizations and can be customized to include your logo and corporate branding.

New Container Products in AWS Marketplace:  More than 180 container products are now available in the AWS Marketplace. These can be consumed straight from the ECS console.

AWS Developer Tools: These tools now provide better support for Continuous Delivery for AWS Fargate and Amazon ECS, allowing support blue/green deployments via AWS CodeDeploy.

AWS Elemental MediaConnect: A new, general availability services launched on Tuesday is AWS Elemental MediaConnect that provides a reliable, secure, flexible transport service for live video.

Broadcasters and content owners can now more easily transmit their content to destinations around the world.

Amazon CloudWatch Logs Insights:  A new analytics service for CloudWatch logs, you can now run queries on logs, create a dashboard for log-based metrics, and visualize timeseries data.

Amazon DynamoDB Support for Transactions: DynamoDB now supports ACID (atomicity, consistency, isolation, and durability) transactions allowing a new class of mission-critical workloads to run on DynamoDB.

Amazon Comprehend Medical: A natural language processing service for medical text makes it easier to use machine learning to extract relevant medical information from unstructured text.

Customized Translations for Amazon Translate: A new feature called Custom Terminology allows you to customize Amazon Translate to use your company or domain specific vocabulary.

Java-based Stream Processing for Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics: You can now use Java code to continuously transform and load your data.

Dashboard embedding and APIs for Amazon QuickSight: QuickSight dashboards can now be embedded in your applications.

With all these announcements yesterday, we can’t wait to see what today brings! If you haven’t yet, stop by and visit us in booth #2440 and enter to win an Amazon DeepLens.

-Vince Lo Faso, Solutions Architect

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