A lot of new things related to AWS (Amazon Web Services) were announced last week – here are some of the highlights:

Oracle Announces General Availability of MySQL Heatwave on AWS

Oracle recently announced the general availability (GA) of MySQL Heatwave, a service that combines OLTP, analytics, machine learning, and machine learning-based automation within a single instance on AWS.

AWS IAM Identity Center Introduces APIs to Manage Users and Groups at Scale

AWS recently introduced IAM Identity Center APIs to create users and groups at scale. Administrators can use these new APIs to manage identities programmatically and gain visibility into users in the Identity Center directory.

AWS IAM Identity Center Introduces APIs to Manage Users and Groups at Scale

AWS recently introduced IAM Identity Center APIs to create users and groups at scale. Administrators can use these new APIs to manage identities programmatically and gain visibility into users in the Identity Center directory.

AWS Open Sources Event Ruler

AWS recently announced that Event Ruler, the component managing the routing rules of Amazon EventBridge, is now open source. The project is a new option for developers in need to match lots of patterns, policies, or expressions against any amount of events in near real-time.

AWS Adds New Intrinsic Functions for Step Functions

AWS recently expanded support for manipulating input and output data by adding 14 new intrinsic functions for AWS Step Functions to simplify data processing, reduce calls to downstream services, and write less code.

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