Changes Added SearchDashboards API that allows listing of dashboards that a specific user has access to.
Changes Amazon QuickSight now supports programmatic creation and management of data sources, data sets, dashboards and templates with new APIs. Templates hold dashboard metadata, and can be used to create copies connected to the same or different dataset as required. Also included in this release are APIs for SPICE ingestions, fine-grained access control over AWS resources using AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies, as well AWS tagging. APIs are supported for both Standard and Enterprise Edition, with edition-specific support for specific functionality.
Changes Amazon QuickSight now supports embedding dashboards for all non-federated QuickSight users. This includes IAM users, AD users and users from the QuickSight user pool. The get-dashboard-embed-url API accepts QUICKSIGHT as identity type with a user ARN to authenticate the embeddable dashboard viewer as a non-federated user.
Changes Amazon QuickSight user and group operation results now include group principal IDs and user principal IDs. This release also adds "DeleteUserByPrincipalId", which deletes users given their principal ID. The update also improves role session name validation.
Changes Amazon QuickSight's RegisterUser API now generates a user invitation URL when registering a user with the QuickSight identity type. This URL can then be used by the registered QuickSight user to complete the user registration process. This release also corrects some HTTP return status codes.
Changes Amazon QuickSight is a fully managed, serverless, cloud business intelligence system that allows you to extend data and insights to every user in your organization. The first release of APIs for Amazon QuickSight introduces embedding and user/group management capabilities. The get-dashboard-embed-url API allows you to obtain an authenticated dashboard URL that can be embedded in application domains whitelisted for QuickSight dashboard embedding. User APIs allow you to programmatically expand and manage your QuickSight deployments while group APIs allow easier permissions management for resources within QuickSight.