Changes This release supports Wavelength resources, including carrier gateways, and carrier IP addresses.
Changes Amazon Lex supports the option to enable accuracy improvements and specify an intent classification confidence score threshold.
Changes Amazon Lex supports intent classification confidence scores along with a list of the top five intents.
Changes Amazon Transcribe now supports custom language models, which can improve transcription accuracy for your specific use case.
Changes This release increases the CreateMeetingWithAttendee max attendee limit to 10.
Changes Adds support to use filters with Personalized Ranking recipe
Changes Add support for gateway VM deprecation dates
Changes Add ManagedByFirewallManager flag to the logging configuration, which indicates whether AWS Firewall Manager controls the configuration.
Changes Adding support for BuildBatch, and CodeCoverage APIs. BuildBatch allows you to model your project environment in source, and helps start multiple builds with a single API call. CodeCoverage allows you to track your code coverage using AWS CodeBuild.
Changes EC2 On-Demand Capacity Reservations now adds support to bring your own licenses (BYOL) of Windows operating system to launch EC2 instances.
Changes GuardDuty can now provide detailed cost metrics broken down by account, data source, and S3 resources, based on the past 30 days of usage. This new feature also supports viewing cost metrics for all member accounts as a GuardDuty master.
Changes Amazon MSK has added a new API that allows you to reboot brokers within a cluster.
Changes This release adds support for ProvisionProduct, UpdateProvisionedProduct & DescribeProvisioningParameters by product name, provisioning artifact name and path name. In addition DescribeProvisioningParameters now returns a list of provisioning artifact outputs.
Changes This release makes more API operations available to customers in version 2 of the Amazon SES API. With these additions, customers can now access sending authorization, custom verification email, and template API operations. With this release, Amazon SES is also providing new and updated APIs to allow customers to request production access.
Changes Adding support to target EC2 On-Demand Capacity Reservations within an AWS Resource Group to launch EC2 instances.
Changes This release adds support for encrypting the contents of your Amazon ECR repository with customer master keys (CMKs) stored in AWS Key Management Service.
Changes This release includes a new Kinesis Data Firehose feature that supports data delivery to Https endpoint and to partners. You can now use Kinesis Data Firehose to ingest real-time data and deliver to Https endpoint and partners in a serverless, reliable, and salable manner.
Changes GuardDuty now supports S3 Data Events as a configurable data source type. This feature expands GuardDuty's monitoring scope to include S3 data plane operations, such as GetObject and PutObject. This data source is optional and can be enabled or disabled at anytime. Accounts already using GuardDuty must first enable the new feature to use it; new accounts will be enabled by default. GuardDuty masters can configure this data source for individual member accounts and GuardDuty masters associated through AWS Organizations can automatically enable the data source in member accounts.
Changes Resource Groups released a new feature that enables you to create a group with an associated configuration that specifies how other AWS services interact with the group. There are two new operations `GroupResources` and `UngroupResources` to work on a group with a configuration. In this release, you can associate EC2 Capacity Reservations with a resource group. Resource Groups also added a new request parameter `Group` to replace `GroupName` for all existing operations.
Changes Now you can enable Instance Metadata Service Version 2 (IMDSv2) or disable the instance metadata endpoint with Launch Configurations.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaLive now supports several new features: EBU-TT-D captions in Microsoft Smooth outputs; interlaced video in HEVC outputs; video noise reduction (using temporal filtering) in HEVC outputs.
Changes Added UpdateSecurityHubConfiguration API. Security Hub now allows customers to choose whether to automatically enable new controls that are added to an existing standard that the customer enabled. For example, if you enabled Foundational Security Best Practices for an account, you can automatically enable new controls as we add them to that standard. By default, new controls are enabled.
Changes Today AWS DataSync releases support for self-managed object storage Locations and the new TransferMode Option.
Changes Basic endpoint settings for relational databases, Preflight validation API.
Changes m6gd, c6gd, r6gd instances are powered by AWS Graviton2 processors and support local NVMe instance storage
Changes Moved the eventTypeName attribute for PutExternalModel API to inputConfiguration. Model ID's no longer allow hyphens.
Changes Add ability to manually resume workflows in AWS Glue providing customers further control over the orchestration of ETL workloads.
Changes GetPrediction has been replaced with GetEventPrediction. PutExternalModel has been simplified to accept a role ARN.
Changes Amazon Kendra now supports sorting query results based on document attributes. Amazon Kendra also introduced an option to enclose table and column names with double quotes for database data sources.
Changes This release of the Amazon Macie API introduces additional criteria for sorting and filtering query results for account quotas and usage statistics.
Changes You can now disable an entitlement to stop streaming content to the subscriber's flow temporarily. When you are ready to allow content to start streaming to the subscriber's flow again, you can enable the entitlement.
Changes The release adds daterange as a new ad marker option. This option enables MediaPackage to insert EXT-X-DATERANGE tags in HLS and CMAF manifests. The EXT-X-DATERANGE tag is used to signal ad and program transition events.
Changes AWS CloudWatch ListMetrics now supports an optional parameter (RecentlyActive) to filter results by only metrics that have received new datapoints in the past 3 hours. This enables more targeted metric data retrieval through the Get APIs
Changes Amazon MQ now supports LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol), providing authentication and authorization of Amazon MQ users via a customer designated LDAP server.
Changes Sagemaker Ground Truth:Added support for OIDC (OpenID Connect) to authenticate workers via their own identity provider instead of through Amazon Cognito. This release adds new APIs (CreateWorkforce, DeleteWorkforce, and ListWorkforces) to SageMaker Ground Truth service. Sagemaker Neo: Added support for detailed target device description by using TargetPlatform fields - OS, architecture, and accelerator. Added support for additional compilation parameters by using JSON field CompilerOptions. Sagemaker Search: SageMaker Search supports transform job details in trial components.
Changes Adding service linked configuration aggregation support along with new enums for config resource coverage
Changes Adds support for AutoImport, a new FSx for Lustre feature that allows customers to configure their FSx file system to automatically update its contents when new objects are added to S3 or existing objects are overwritten.
Changes This release adds support for Amazon Lightsail content delivery network (CDN) distributions and SSL/TLS certificates.
Changes Added UpdateWorkspaceImagePermission API to share Amazon WorkSpaces images across AWS accounts.
Changes The AWS Elemental MediaLive APIs and SDKs now support the ability to get thumbnails for MediaLive devices that are attached or not attached to a channel. Previously, this thumbnail feature was available only on the console.
Changes New API operations - GetSessionEmbedUrl, CreateNamespace, DescribeNamespace, ListNamespaces, DeleteNamespace, DescribeAccountSettings, UpdateAccountSettings, CreateAccountCustomization, DescribeAccountCustomization, UpdateAccountCustomization, DeleteAccountCustomization. Modified API operations to support custom permissions restrictions - RegisterUser, UpdateUser, UpdateDashboardPermissions
Changes Amazon CodeGuru Profiler now supports resource tagging APIs, tags-on-create and tag-based access control features. You can now tag profiling groups for better resource and access control management.
Changes CloudFront adds support for cache policies and origin request policies. With these new policies, you can now more granularly control the query string, header, and cookie values that are included in the cache key and in requests that CloudFront sends to your origin.
Changes AWS CodeBuild adds support for Session Manager and Windows 2019 Environment type
Changes Added support for tag-on-create for CreateVpcPeeringConnection and CreateRouteTable. You can now specify tags when creating any of these resources. For more information about tagging, see AWS Tagging Strategies. Add poolArn to the response of DescribeCoipPools.
Changes Added managed policies for auditing security group rules, including the use of managed application and protocol lists.
Changes Introduced flexible model training dataset requirements for Online Fraud Insights so that customers can choose any two inputs to train a model instead of being required to use 'email' and 'IP address' at minimum. Added support for resource ARNs, resource tags, resource-based IAM policies and identity-based policies that limit access to a resource based on tags. Added support for customer-managed customer master key (CMK) data encryption. Added new Event Type, Entity Type, and Label APIs. An event type defines the structure for an event sent to Amazon Fraud Detector, including the variables sent as part of the event, the entity performing the event, and the labels that classify the event. Introduced the GetEventPrediction API.
Changes Adds optional MTU property to DataflowEndpoint and adds contact source and destination details to DescribeContact response.
Changes Add a new SupportsParallelQuery output field to DescribeDBEngineVersions. This field shows whether the engine version supports parallelquery. Add a new SupportsGlobalDatabases output field to DescribeDBEngineVersions and DescribeOrderableDBInstanceOptions. This field shows whether global database is supported by engine version or the combination of engine version and instance class.
Changes This release adds a set of Amazon Connect APIs to programmatically control call recording with start, stop, pause and resume functions.
Changes This release of the Amazon Macie API includes miscellaneous updates and improvements to the documentation.
Changes Introducing Amazon Interactive Video Service - a managed live streaming solution that is quick and easy to set up, and ideal for creating interactive video experiences.
Changes Added support for registering an AVS device directly to a room using RegisterAVSDevice with a room ARN
Changes AppMesh now supports Ingress which allows resources outside a mesh to communicate to resources that are inside the mesh. See https://docs.aws.amazon.com/app-mesh/latest/userguide/virtual_gateways.html
Changes AWS Comprehend now supports Real-time Analysis with Custom Entity Recognition.
Changes This release introduces the following set of actions for the EBS direct APIs: 1. StartSnapshot, which creates a new Amazon EBS snapshot. 2. PutSnapshotBlock, which writes a block of data to a snapshot. 3. CompleteSnapshot, which seals and completes a snapshot after blocks of data have been written to it.
Changes Amazon EventBridge adds support for API Gateway as a target.
Changes Amazon CloudWatch Events/EventBridge adds support for API Gateway as a target.
Changes This release adds the DeleteHumanTaskUi API to Amazon Augmented AI
Changes Adds support for filters on the ListSecrets API to allow filtering results by name, tag key, tag value, or description. Adds support for the BlockPublicPolicy option on the PutResourcePolicy API to block resource policies which grant a wide range of IAM principals access to secrets. Adds support for the ValidateResourcePolicy API to validate resource policies for syntax and prevent lockout error scenarios and wide access to secrets.
Changes Added the option to use IP addresses from an HTTP header that you specify, instead of using the web request origin. Available for IP set matching, geo matching, and rate-based rule count aggregation.
Changes Customers can now see Instance Name alongside each rightsizing recommendation.
Changes With this release, Amazon Forecast now supports the ability to add a tag to any resource via the launch of three new APIs: TagResouce, UntagResource and ListTagsForResource. A tag is a simple label consisting of a customer-defined key and an optional value allowing for easier resource management.
Changes AI services opt out policies enable you to control what AI service data is collected and stored for the accounts in your organization. By default, AWS artificial intelligence (AI) services collect and store data as part of operating and supporting the continuous improvement life cycle for each service. You can use these policies to opt out of this process for all of your AWS accounts to ensure that your data is not persisted within AWS AI service data stores or used for service improvements.
Changes Amazon CloudFront adds support for a new security policy, TLSv1.2_2019.
Changes DescribeAvailabilityZones now returns additional data about Availability Zones and Local Zones.
Changes This release adds support for automatic backups of Amazon EFS file systems to further simplify backup management.
Changes AWS Glue Data Catalog supports cross account sharing of tables through AWS Lake Formation
Changes AWS Lake Formation supports sharing tables with other AWS accounts and organizations
Changes Adding support for file-system driven directory refresh, Case Sensitivity toggle for SMB File Shares, and S3 Prefixes and custom File Share names
Changes Add Theme APIs and update Dashboard APIs to support theme overrides.
Changes AWS AppSync supports new 12xlarge instance for server-side API caching
Changes This release supports third party emergency call routing configuration for Amazon Chime Voice Connectors.
Changes Support build status config in project source
Changes EC2 Image Builder adds support for encrypted AMI distribution.
Changes This release adds additional details for findings. There are now finding details for auto scaling groups, EC2 volumes, and EC2 VPCs. You can identify detected vulnerabilities and provide related network paths.
Changes Release GitHub Enterprise Server source provider integration
Changes This release adds the relationships between MedicalCondition and Anatomy in DetectEntitiesV2 API.
Changes Added support for tag-on-create for CreateVpc, CreateEgressOnlyInternetGateway, CreateSecurityGroup, CreateSubnet, CreateNetworkInterface, CreateNetworkAcl, CreateDhcpOptions and CreateInternetGateway. You can now specify tags when creating any of these resources. For more information about tagging, see AWS Tagging Strategies.
Changes Add a new parameter (ImageDigest) and a new exception (ImageDigestDoesNotMatchException) to PutImage API to support pushing image by digest.
Changes Amazon CodeGuru Profiler is now generally available. The Profiler helps developers to optimize their software, troubleshoot issues in production, and identify their most expensive lines of code. As part of general availability, we are launching: Profiling of AWS Lambda functions, Anomaly detection in CPU profiles, Color My Code on flame graphs, Expanding presence to 10 AWS regions.
Changes Updated and new APIs in support of hosts for connections to installed provider types. New integration with the GitHub Enterprise Server provider type.
Changes Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) customers can now create and manage their own Prefix Lists to simplify VPC configurations.
Changes ListStackInstances and DescribeStackInstance now return a new `StackInstanceStatus` object that contains `DetailedStatus` values: a disambiguation of the more generic `Status` value. ListStackInstances output can now be filtered on `DetailedStatus` using the new `Filters` parameter.
Changes Added support for cross-region DataSource credentials copying.
Changes The new 'ModelClientConfig' parameter being added for CreateTransformJob and DescribeTransformJob api actions enable customers to configure model invocation related parameters such as timeout and retry.
Changes This release adds new APIs to support column level statistics in AWS Glue Data Catalog
Changes This release of AWS Amplify Console introduces support for automatically creating custom subdomains for branches based on user-defined glob patterns, as well as automatically cleaning up Amplify branches when their corresponding git branches are deleted.
Changes Customers can now manage and monitor their backups in a policied manner across their AWS accounts, via an integration between AWS Backup and AWS Organizations
Changes This release introduces support for reactions to CodeCommit comments. Users will be able to select from a pre-defined list of emojis to express their reaction to any comments.
Changes Amazon EMR customers can now set allocation strategies for On-Demand and Spot instances in their EMR clusters with instance fleets. These allocation strategies use real-time capacity insights to provision clusters faster and make the most efficient use of available spare capacity to allocate Spot instances to reduce interruptions.
Changes This release adds the capability to take highly-durable, incremental backups of your FSx for Lustre persistent file systems. This capability makes it easy to further protect your file system data and to meet business and regulatory compliance requirements.
Changes Introducing Amazon Honeycode - a fully managed service that allows you to quickly build mobile and web apps for teams without programming.
Changes This release adds support for a new backup policy type for AWS Organizations.
Changes AWS Elemental MediaTailor SDK now allows configuration of Bumper.
Changes This release adds Tag On Create feature support for the ImportImage, ImportSnapshot, ExportImage and CreateInstanceExportTask APIs.
Changes Adding support for MaximumCoreCapacityUnits parameter for EMR Managed Scaling. It allows users to control how many units/nodes are added to the CORE group/fleet. Remaining units/nodes are added to the TASK groups/fleet in the cluster.
Changes This update adds the ability to detect black frames, end credits, shots, and color bars in stored videos
Changes AWS SQS adds pagination support for ListQueues and ListDeadLetterSourceQueues APIs
Changes Adds support to tag elastic-gpu on the RunInstances api
Changes AWS Elemental MediaLive now supports Input Prepare schedule actions. This feature improves existing input switching by allowing users to prepare an input prior to switching to it.
Changes Adding support for global write forwarding on secondary clusters in an Aurora global database.
Changes Added a new ListHostedZonesByVPC API for customers to list all the private hosted zones that a specified VPC is associated with.
Changes You can now configure Amazon SES to send event notifications when the delivery of an email is delayed because of a temporary issue. For example, you can receive a notification if the recipient's inbox is full, or if there's a temporary problem with the receiving email server.
Changes Added offset support for specifying the number of days to wait after the date and time specified by a CRON expression before running the maintenance window.
Changes Adds support for route and virtual node listener timeouts.
Changes AWS Snowcone is a portable, rugged and secure device for edge computing and data transfer. You can use Snowcone to collect, process, and move data to AWS, either offline by shipping the device to AWS or online by using AWS DataSync. With 2 CPUs and 4 GB RAM of compute and 8 TB of storage, Snowcone can run edge computing workloads and store data securely. Snowcone's small size (8.94" x 5.85" x 3.25" / 227 mm x 148.6 mm x 82.65 mm) allows you to set it next to machinery in a factory. Snowcone weighs about 4.5 lbs. (2 kg), so you can carry one in a backpack, use it with battery-based operation, and use the Wi-Fi interface to gather sensor data. Snowcone supports a file interface with NFS support.
Changes Introducing instance refresh, a feature that helps you update all instances in an Auto Scaling group in a rolling fashion (for example, to apply a new AMI or instance type). You can control the pace of the refresh by defining the percentage of the group that must remain running/healthy during the replacement process and the time for new instances to warm up between replacements.
Changes Adds support for using Amazon Elastic File System (persistent storage) with AWS Lambda. This enables customers to share data across function invocations, read large reference data files, and write function output to a persistent and shared store.
Changes Amazon Polly adds new US English child voice - Kevin. Kevin is available as Neural voice only.
Changes Adding support for optional tags in CreateBusinessReportSchedule, CreateProfile and CreateSkillGroup APIs
Changes This release adds a hosted configuration source provider. Customers can now store their application configurations directly in AppConfig, without the need for an external configuration source.
Changes feature: Chime: This release introduces the ability to create an AWS Chime SDK meeting with attendees.
Changes Added support for job executions rollout configuration, job abort configuration, and job executions timeout configuration for AWS IoT Over-the-Air (OTA) Update Feature.
Changes You can now choose to crawl the entire table or just a sample of records in DynamoDB when using AWS Glue crawlers. Additionally, you can also specify a scanning rate for crawling DynamoDB tables.
Changes Display EndpointType in DescribeGatewayInformation
Changes This release adds support for deleting capacity providers.
Changes EC2 Image Builder now supports specifying a custom working directory for your build and test workflows. In addition, Image Builder now supports defining tags that are applied to ephemeral resources created by EC2 Image Builder as part of the image creation workflow.
Changes As part of this release, we are introducing a new feature called named shadow, which extends the capability of AWS IoT Device Shadow to support multiple shadows for a single IoT device. With this release, customers can store different device state data into different shadows, and as a result access only the required state data when needed and reduce individual shadow size.
Changes This change adds the built-in AMAZON.KendraSearchIntent that enables integration with Amazon Kendra.
Changes Compute Optimizer supports exporting recommendations to Amazon S3.
Changes New C6g instances powered by AWS Graviton2 processors and ideal for running advanced, compute-intensive workloads; New R6g instances powered by AWS Graviton2 processors and ideal for running memory-intensive workloads.
Changes This release of the Amazon Macie API removes support for the ArchiveFindings and UnarchiveFindings operations. This release also adds UNKNOWN as an encryption type for S3 bucket metadata.