AWS Weekly Roundup: New AWS Heroes, Amazon API Gateway, Amazon Q and extra (June 10, 2024)


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In the last AWS Weekly Roundup, Channy reminded us on how life has ups and downs. It’s just how life is. But, that doesn’t mean that we should do it alone. Farouq Mousa, AWS Community Builder, is fighting brain cancer and Allen Helton, AWS Serverless Hero, his daughter is fighting leukemia.

If you have a moment, please visit their campaign pages and give your support.

Meanwhile, we’ve just finished a few AWS Summits in India, Korea and also Thailand. As always, I had so much fun working together at Developer Lounge with AWS Heroes, AWS Community Builders, and AWS User Group leaders. Here’s a photo from everyone here.

Last Week’s Launches
Here are some launches that caught my attention last week:

Welcome, new AWS Heroes! — Last week, we just announced new cohort for AWS Heroes, worldwide group of AWS experts who go above and beyond to share knowledge and empower their communities.

Amazon API Gateway increased integration timeout limit — If you’re using Regional REST APIs and private REST APIs in Amazon API Gateway, now you can increase the integration timeout limit greater than 29 seconds. This allows you to run various workloads requiring longer timeouts.

Amazon Q offers inline completion in the command line — Now, Amazon Q Developer provides real-time AI-generated code suggestions as you type in your command line. As a regular command line interface (CLI) user, I’m really excited about this.

New common control library in AWS Audit Manager — This announcement helps you to save time when mapping enterprise controls into AWS Audit Manager. Check out Danilo’s post where he elaborated how that you can simplify risk and complicance assessment with the new common control library.

Amazon Inspector container image scanning for Amazon CodeCatalyst and GitHub actions — If you need to integrate your CI/CD with software vulnerabilities checking, you can use Amazon Inspector. Now, with this native integration in GitHub actions and Amazon CodeCatalyst, it streamlines your development pipeline process.

Ingest streaming data with Amazon OpenSearch Ingestion and Amazon Managed Streaming for Apache Kafka — With this new capability, now you can build more efficient data pipelines for your complex analytics use cases. Now, you can seamlessly index the data from your Amazon MSK Serverless clusters in Amazon OpenSearch service.

Amazon Titan Text Embeddings V2 now available in Amazon Bedrock Knowledge Base — You now can embed your data into a vector database using Amazon Titan Text Embeddings V2. This will be helpful for you to retrieve relevant information for various tasks.

Max tokens 8,192
Languages 100+ in pre-training
Fine-tuning supported No
Normalization supported Yes
Vector size 256, 512, 1,024 (default)

From Community.aws
Here’s my 3 personal favorites posts from community.aws:

Upcoming AWS events
Check your calendars and sign up for these AWS and AWS Community events:

  • AWS Summits — Join free online and in-person events that bring the cloud computing community together to connect, collaborate, and learn about AWS. Register in your nearest city: Japan (June 20), Washington, DC (June 26–27), and New York (July 10).

  • AWS re:Inforce — Join us for AWS re:Inforce (June 10–12) in Philadelphia, PA. AWS re:Inforce is a learning conference focused on AWS security solutions, cloud security, compliance, and identity. Connect with the AWS teams that build the security tools and meet AWS customers to learn about their security journeys.

  • AWS Community Days — Join community-led conferences that feature technical discussions, workshops, and hands-on labs led by expert AWS users and industry leaders from around the world: Midwest | Columbus (June 13), Sri Lanka (June 27), Cameroon (July 13), New Zealand (August 15), Nigeria (August 24), and New York (August 28).

You can browse all upcoming in-person and virtual events.

That’s all for this week. Check back next Monday for another Weekly Roundup!

Donnie

This post is part of our Weekly Roundup series. Check back each week for a quick roundup of interesting news and announcements from AWS!

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