AWS Lambda now supports .NET Core 3.1

You can now develop AWS Lambda functions using .NET Core 3.1. This is the latest LTS release of .NET Core. It has new features like partial class support for razor components, support for shared queues, unwrapping of exceptions, and parameters passing to top-level components. Lambda functions written in .NET Core 3.1 run on Amazon Linux 2, the latest generation of Amazon Linux. You can read the .NET Core programming model in the AWS Lambda documentation to learn more about writing functions in .NET Core 3.1.  

Amazon Managed Blockchain is now available in the Asia Pacific (Seoul) region

Amazon Managed Blockchain is a fully managed service that allows you to set up and manage a scalable blockchain network with just a few clicks. Amazon Managed Blockchain eliminates the overhead required to create the network, and automatically scales to meet the demands of thousands of applications running millions of transactions. Once your network is up and running, Amazon Managed Blockchain makes it easy to manage and maintain your blockchain network. It manages your certificates and lets you easily invite new members to join the network. 

Amazon Detective is now generally available

Amazon Web Services Inc. (AWS) announced the general availability of Amazon Detective, a new service that makes it easy to analyze, investigate, and quickly identify the root cause of potential security issues or suspicious activities. Amazon Detective automatically collects log data from your AWS resources and uses machine learning, statistical analysis, and graph theory to build interactive visualizations that enable you to conduct faster and more efficient security investigations.