Topic: amazon

AWS expands Amazon GuardDuty Runtime Monitoring to EC2 instances

AWS has announced the general availability of Amazon GuardDuty EC2 Runtime Monitoring. Amazon GuardDuty is a monitoring and threat detection solution for AWS data sources, and the company has already introduced Runtime Monitoring for other AWS services, including EKS, ECS, and AWS Fargate.  Now the capability is being expanded to EC2 instances. According to AWS, … continue reading

Amazon FSx for Lustre now supports file release

Amazon has added a new feature to Amazon FSx for Lustre that allows customers to perform file releases. Amazon FSx for Lustre is a managed storage service for Linux-based workloads that builds on the open-source Lustre project.  The new file release capability allows customers to release file data that has been synchronized with Amazon S3. … continue reading

Amazon Security Lake enables better understanding of organizations’ security posture

Amazon recently announced the general availability of Security Lake, which automatically centralizes an organization’s security data from across their AWS environments, leading SaaS providers, on-premises environments, and cloud sources into a data lake. The tool adapts and standardizes incoming security data to align with the Open Cybersecurity Schema Framework (OCSF), which is a universally accepted … continue reading

Automation Anywhere launches partnership with AWS

Cloud-native intelligent automation provider, Automation Anywhere, announced its collaboration with AWS to introduce cutting-edge intelligent automation and generative AI advancements to the market. The partnership makes effective use of Amazon SageMaker JumpStart, a service that provides access to pre-trained models sourced from open-source platforms.  Additionally, Automation Anywhere will leverage Amazon Bedrock, an AWS fully managed … continue reading

New Amazon Detective features simplify AWS Security Findings analysis

New features in Amazon Detective enable customers to quickly and efficiently investigate AWS security issues.  Detective collects and analyzes events from AWS CloudTrail logs, Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) Flow Logs, Amazon GuardDuty findings, and Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) audit logs that describe IP traffic, AWS management operations, and malicious or unauthorized activity. … continue reading

AWS now offers a single place in console for managing notifications across services and accounts

Amazon is making it easier to consolidate notifications across all your AWS services with the launch of AWS User Notifications. The new feature is a capability in the AWS console that provides a single location for managing notifications across multiple AWS accounts, regions, and services. According to AWS, there are over 100 services that can … continue reading

Amazon VPC Lattice aims to improve how we manage distributed applications

Amazon announced the general availability of Amazon VPC Lattice, a fully managed networking solution that simplifies the connectivity, security, and monitoring between microservices in a distributed application.  The solution enables users to define their application’s network topology in terms of logical groups of services and provides automated network configuration, security policy enforcement, and traffic routing.  … continue reading

Amazon WorkSpaces announces support for Ubuntu

The team at Amazon recently announced that Ubuntu desktops can now be provisioned for developers, engineers, or data scientists. With this, virtual desktop users are enabled to have more choices as well as gain access to new categories of workloads.  Support for Ubuntu also offers virtual desktop administrators a consistent experience regardless of whether they … continue reading

AWS Private 5G released to enable users to deploy private mobile networks

The team at AWS unveiled AWS Private 5G, a new service that allows users to design and deploy their own private mobile network in just a few days. This network can be used to communicate with the sensors and actuators in smart factories, or to provide better connectivity for handheld devices, scanners, and tablets for … continue reading

Amazon announced the availability of EC2 C7g instances

Amazon announced the release of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) C7g instances that are powered by AWS-designed Graviton3 Processors.  The new C7g instances offer up to 25% better performance than Graviton2 processors, according to the company.  Customers can now more efficiently run web servers, load balancers, and batch processing to electronic design automation (EDA), and … continue reading

Amazon announces new capabilities to enable IPv6 workloads to communicate with IPv4 services

Amazon announced two new capabilities for Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) Nat gateway and Amazon Route 53. These new capabilities will allow IPv6-only workloads to transparently communicate with IPv4-only services. Amazon announced these capabilities as a response to the difficulty that companies were having with letting workloads continue to communicate with IPv4 services and to … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Amazon EFS performance improvements; Nutanix simplifies portfolio; and Bugcrowd Security Knowledge Platform updates

Amazon has announced updates to its Elastic File System (EFS) service, improving latency. Previously latency was in the low single-digit milliseconds, and new updates have brought it to around 600 microseconds for the majority of operations.  These latency improvements can be experienced on existing or new EFS General Purpose file systems.  Nutanix simplifies its product … continue reading Protection Status

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