Changes We added a new API action: SendDataSetNotification.
Changes This release enables data providers to license direct access to S3 objects encrypted with Customer Managed Keys (CMK) in AWS KMS through AWS Data Exchange. Subscribers can use these keys to decrypt, then use the encrypted S3 objects shared with them, without creating or managing copies.
Changes This release enables data providers to license direct access to data in their Amazon S3 buckets or AWS Lake Formation data lakes through AWS Data Exchange. Subscribers get read-only access to the data and can use it in downstream AWS services, like Amazon Athena, without creating or managing copies.
Changes This feature enables data providers to use the RevokeRevision operation to revoke subscriber access to a given revision. Subscribers are unable to interact with assets within a revoked revision.
Changes This release enables providers and subscribers to use Data Set, Job, and Asset operations to work with API assets from Amazon API Gateway. In addition, this release enables subscribers to use the SendApiAsset operation to invoke a provider's Amazon API Gateway API that they are entitled to.
Changes This release adds support for our public preview of AWS Data Exchange for Amazon Redshift. This enables data providers to list products including AWS Data Exchange datashares for Amazon Redshift, giving subscribers read-only access to provider data in Amazon Redshift.
Changes This release enables subscribers to set up automatic exports of newly published revisions using the new EventAction API.
Changes This release introduces the new ExportRevision job type, which allows for the export of an entire revision.
Changes This release introduces AWS Data Exchange support for configurable encryption parameters when exporting data sets to Amazon S3.
Changes Introducing AWS Data Exchange, a service that makes it easy for AWS customers to securely create, manage, access, and exchange data sets in the cloud.