1Amazon Advances Cloud Security, Storage Tools at AWS Summit
Amazon held its AWS Summit in San Francisco on April 4, unveiling multiple new capabilities that enhance the company’s public cloud services. Security was a key theme of the event, with Amazon CTO Werner Vogels announcing a series of new services, including the AWS Secrets Manager for storing, distributing and rotating access and service credentials in a secure manner, and the AWS Firewall Manager, which helps organizations manage firewall policies. Also announced at the AWS Summit was the Amazon Private Certificate Authority, providing public cloud users with a way to use private Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) certificates. In this slide show, eWEEK looks at some of the new services that Amazon announced at the AWS Summit.
2SageMaker AI Goes Local
3Infrequent S3 Storage Zones Now Available
4S3 Storage Select Debuts
5AWS Secrets Manager Secures Credentials
6AWS Config Gets Auditing and Compliance Features
7AWS Firewall Manager Manages Firewall Policies
8Private Certificate Authority Lets Users Manage Private Certificates
AWS has long offered its users a Certificate Manager capability for managing SSL/TLS certificates. At the AWS Summit, the service was expanded with the new Private Certificate Authority, which enables organizations to manage private certificates for non-public services.