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New – Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics for Java

Customers are using Amazon Kinesis to collect, process, and analyze real-time streaming data. In this way, they can react quickly to new information from their business, their infrastructure, or their customers. For example, Epic Games…
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Amazon Kinesis Data Streams Adds Enhanced Fan-Out and HTTP/2 for Faster Streaming

A few weeks ago, we launched two significant performance improving features for Amazon Kinesis Data Streams (KDS): enhanced fan-out and an HTTP/2 data retrieval API. Enhanced fan-out allows developers to scale up the number of stream consumers…
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Real-Time Hotspot Detection in Amazon Kinesis Analytics

Today we’re releasing a new machine learning feature in Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics for detecting “hotspots” in your streaming data. We launched Kinesis Data Analytics in August of 2016 and we’ve continued to add features…
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Amazon Kinesis Video Streams – Serverless Video Ingestion and Storage for Vision-Enabled Apps

Cell phones, security cameras, baby monitors, drones, webcams, dashboard cameras, and even satellites can all generate high-intensity, high-quality video streams. Homes, offices, factories, cities, streets, and highways are now host to massive…
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New – AWS PrivateLink for AWS Services: Kinesis, Service Catalog, EC2 Systems Manager, Amazon EC2 APIs, and ELB APIs in your VPC

This guest post is by Colm MacCárthaigh, Senior Engineer for Amazon Virtual Private Cloud.Since VPC Endpoints launched in 2015, creating Endpoints has been a popular way to securely access S3 and DynamoDB from an Amazon Virtual Private…
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New: Server-Side Encryption for Amazon Kinesis Streams

In this age of smart homes, big data, IoT devices, mobile phones, social networks, chatbots, and game consoles, streaming data scenarios are everywhere. Amazon Kinesis Streams enables you to build custom applications that can capture, process,…