AWS Week in Review – October 31, 2022

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No tricks, just treats in this weekly roundup of news and announcements. Let’s switch our AWS Management Console into dark mode and dive right into it.

Last Week’s Launches
Here are some launches that got my attention during the previous week:

AWS Local Zones in Hamburg and Warsaw now generally available – AWS Local Zones help you run latency-sensitive applications closer to end users. The AWS Local Zones in Hamburg, Germany, and Warsaw, Poland, are the first Local Zones in Europe. AWS Local Zones are now generally available in 20 metro areas globally, with announced plans to launch 33 additional Local Zones in metro areas around the world. See the full list of available and announced AWS Local Zones, and learn how to get started.

Amazon SageMaker multi-model endpoint (MME) now supports GPU instances – MME is a managed capability of SageMaker Inference that lets you deploy thousands of models on a single endpoint. MMEs can now run multiple models on a GPU core, share GPU instances behind an endpoint across multiple models, and dynamically load and unload models based on the incoming traffic. This can help you reduce costs and achieve better price performance. Learn how to run multiple deep learning models on GPU with Amazon SageMaker multi-model endpoints.

Amazon EC2 now lets you replace the root Amazon EBS volume for a running instance – You can now use the Replace Root Volume for patching features in Amazon EC2 to replace your instance root volume using an updated AMI without needing to stop the instance. This makes patching of the guest operating system and applications easier, while retraining the instance store data, networking, and IAM configuration. Check out the documentation to learn more.

AWS Fault Injection Simulator now supports network connectivity disruption – AWS Fault Injection Simulator (FIS) is a managed service for running controlled fault injection experiments on AWS. AWS FIS now has a new action type to disrupt network connectivity and validate that your applications are resilient to a total or partial loss of connectivity. To learn more, visit Network Actions in the AWS FIS user guide.

Amazon SageMaker Automatic Model Tuning now supports Grid Search – SageMaker Automatic Model Tuning helps you find the hyperparameter values that result in the best-performing model for a chosen metric. Until now, you could choose between random, Bayesian, and hyperband search strategies. Grid search now lets you cover every combination of the specified hyperparameter values for use cases in which you need reproducible tuning results. Learn how Amazon SageMaker Automatic Model Tuning now supports grid search.

For a full list of AWS announcements, be sure to keep an eye on the What’s New at AWS page.

Other AWS News
Here are some additional news items that you may find interesting:

Celebrating over 20 years of AI/ML innovation – On October 25, we hosted the AWS AI/ML Innovation Day. Bratin Saha and other leaders in the field shared the great strides we have made in the past and discussed what’s next in the world of ML. You can watch the recording here.

AWS open-source news and updates – My colleague Ricardo Sueiras writes this weekly open-source newsletter in which he highlights new open-source projects, tools, and demos from the AWS Community. Read edition #133 here.

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

AWS re:Invent is only 4 weeks away! Join us live in Las Vegas from November 28–December 2 for keynote announcements, training and certification opportunities, access to 1,500+ technical sessions, and much more. Seats are still available to reserve, and walk-ups are available onsite. You can also join us online to watch live keynotes and leadership sessions.

If you are into machine learning like me, check out the ML attendee guide. AWS Machine Learning Hero Vinicius Caridá put together recommended sessions and tips and tricks for building your agenda. We also have attendee guides on additional topics and industries.

On November 2, there is a virtual event for building modern .NET applications on AWS. You can register for free.

On November 11–12, AWS User Groups in India are hosting the AWS Community Day India 2022, with success stories, use cases, and much more from industry leaders. Sign up for free to join this virtual event.

That’s all for this week. Check back next Monday for another Week in Review!

— Antje

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

from AWS News Blog https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/aws/aws-week-in-review-october-31-2022/

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