Changes This release adds support for multi-data warehouse writes through data sharing.
Changes Updated SDK for Amazon Redshift, which you can use to configure a connection with IAM Identity Center to manage access to databases. With these, you can create a connection through a managed application. You can also change a managed application, delete it, or get information about an existing one.
Changes The custom domain name SDK for Amazon Redshift provisioned clusters is updated with additional required parameters for modify and delete operations. Additionally, users can provide domain names with longer top-level domains.
Changes Added support for Multi-AZ deployments for Provisioned RA3 clusters that provide 99.99% SLA availability.
Changes added support to create a dual stack cluster
Changes Add Redshift APIs GetResourcePolicy, DeleteResourcePolicy, PutResourcePolicy and DescribeInboundIntegrations for the new Amazon Redshift Zero-ETL integration feature, which can be used to control data ingress into Redshift namespace, and view inbound integrations.
Changes Added support for managing credentials of provisioned cluster admin using AWS Secrets Manager.
Changes Added support for custom domain names for Redshift Provisioned clusters. This feature enables customers to create a custom domain name and use ACM to generate fully secure connections to it.
Changes This release adds a new --snapshot-arn field for describe-cluster-snapshots, describe-node-configuration-options, restore-from-cluster-snapshot, authorize-snapshot-acsess, and revoke-snapshot-acsess APIs. It allows customers to give a Redshift snapshot ARN or a Redshift Serverless ARN as input.
Changes Adds new API GetClusterCredentialsWithIAM to return temporary credentials.
Changes Introduces new field 'LoadSampleData' in CreateCluster operation. Customers can now specify 'LoadSampleData' option during creation of a cluster, which results in loading of sample data in the cluster that is created.
Changes Introduces new fields for LogDestinationType and LogExports on EnableLogging requests and Enable/Disable/DescribeLogging responses. Customers can now select CloudWatch Logs as a destination for their Audit Logs.
Changes This release adds a new [--encrypted | --no-encrypted] field in restore-from-cluster-snapshot API. Customers can now restore an unencrypted snapshot to a cluster encrypted with AWS Managed Key or their own KMS key.
Changes SDK release for Cross region datasharing and cost-control for cross region datasharing
Changes This release adds API support for managed Redshift datashares. Customers can now interact with a Redshift datashare that is managed by a different service, such as AWS Data Exchange.
Changes This release adds support for reserved node exchange with restore/resize
Changes Added support of default IAM role for CreateCluster, RestoreFromClusterSnapshot and ModifyClusterIamRoles APIs
Changes API support for Redshift Data Sharing feature.
Changes Release new APIs to support new Redshift feature - Authentication Profile
Changes Add operations: AddPartner, DescribePartners, DeletePartner, and UpdatePartnerStatus to support tracking integration status with data partners.
Changes Added support to enable AQUA in Amazon Redshift clusters.
Changes Add support for case sensitive table level restore
Changes Enable customers to share access to their Redshift clusters from other VPCs (including VPCs from other accounts).
Changes Added support to enable AQUA in Amazon Redshift clusters.
Changes Add new fields for additional information about VPC endpoint for clusters with reallocation enabled, and a new field for total storage capacity for all clusters.
Changes Add support for availability zone relocation feature.
Changes Amazon Redshift support for returning ClusterNamespaceArn in describeClusters
Changes Amazon Redshift support for usage limits
Changes Amazon Redshift now supports operations to pause and resume a cluster on demand or on a schedule.
Changes Extend elastic resize to support resizing clusters to different instance types.
Changes This release contains changes for 1. Redshift Scheduler 2. Update to the DescribeNodeConfigurationOptions to include a new action type recommend-node-config
Changes Adds API operation DescribeNodeConfigurationOptions and associated data structures.
Changes Add expectedNextSnapshotScheduleTime and expectedNextSnapshotScheduleTimeStatus to redshift cluster object.
Changes ClusterAvailabilityStatus: The availability status of the cluster for queries. Possible values are the following: Available, Unavailable, Maintenance, Modifying, Failed.
Changes DescribeResize can now return percent of data transferred from source cluster to target cluster for a classic resize.
Changes DescribeSnapshotSchedules returns a list of snapshot schedules. With this release, this API will have a list of clusters and number of clusters associated with the schedule.
Changes With this release, Redshift is providing API's for better snapshot management by supporting user defined automated snapshot schedules, retention periods for manual snapshots, and aggregate snapshot actions including batch deleting user snapshots, viewing account level snapshot storage metrics, and better filtering and sorting on the describe-cluster-snapshots API. Automated snapshots can be scheduled to be taken at a custom interval and the schedule created can be reused across clusters. Manual snapshot retention periods can be set at the cluster, snapshot, and cross-region-copy level. The retention period set on a manual snapshot indicates how many days the snapshot will be retained before being automatically deleted.
Changes Amazon Redshift provides the option to defer non-mandatory maintenance updates to a later date.
Changes Adding support to Redshift to change the encryption type after cluster creation completes.
Changes You can now resize your Amazon Redshift cluster quickly. With the new ResizeCluster action, your cluster is available for read and write operations within minutes
Changes When we make a new version of Amazon Redshift available, we update your cluster during its maintenance window. By selecting a maintenance track, you control whether we update your cluster with the most recent approved release, or with the previous release. The two values for maintenance track are current and trailing. If you choose the current track, your cluster is updated with the latest approved release. If you choose the trailing track, your cluster is updated with the release that was approved previously.The new API operation for managing maintenance tracks for a cluster is DescribeClusterTracks. In addition, the following API operations have new MaintenanceTrackName parameters: Cluster, PendingModifiedValues, ModifyCluster, RestoreFromClusterSnapshot, CreateCluster, Snapshot
Changes Feature 1 - On-demand cluster release version - When Amazon Redshift releases a new cluster version, you can choose to upgrade to that version immediately instead of waiting until your next maintenance window. You can also choose to roll back to a previous version. The two new APIs added for managing cluster release version are - ModifyClusterDbRevision, DescribeClusterDbRevisions. Feature 2 - Upgradeable reserved instance - You can now exchange one Reserved Instance for a new Reserved Instance with no changes to the terms of your existing Reserved Instance (term, payment type, or number of nodes). The two new APIs added for managing these upgrades are - AcceptReservedNodeExchange, GetReservedNodeExchangeOfferings.
Changes DescribeClusterSnapshotsMessage with ClusterExists flag returns snapshots of existing clusters. Else both existing and deleted cluster snapshots are returned
Changes DescribeEventSubscriptions API supports tag keys and tag values as request parameters.
Changes This update adds the GetClusterCredentials API which is used to get temporary login credentials to the cluster. AccountWithRestoreAccess now has a new member AccountAlias, this is the identifier of the AWS support account authorized to restore the specified snapshot. This is added to support the feature where the customer can share their snapshot with the Amazon Redshift Support Account without having to manually specify the AWS Redshift Service account ID on the AWS Console/API.
Changes This release of Amazon Redshift introduces Enhanced VPC Routing. When you use Amazon Redshift Enhanced VPC Routing, Amazon Redshift forces all COPY and UNLOAD traffic between your cluster and your data repositories through your Amazon VPC.