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  1. Anyone can now search and find publicly available data sets on AWS Data Exchange along with more than 3,000 existing data products from category-leading data providers across industries, all in one place. View the full article
  2. We are announcing the launch of metered billing for AWS Data Exchange for APIs, which gives data providers the ability to license APIs to subscribers on a pay-as-you-go basis. AWS Data Exchange for APIs enables customers to find, subscribe to, and use third-party API products listed on AWS Data Exchange. This new feature allows data subscribers to subscribe to APIs and only pay for what they use. View the full article
  3. Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), consulting partners, and data providers from Japan are now eligible to sell software and data products in AWS Marketplace and AWS Data Exchange. These offerings add to the global catalog of 8,000+ software and data products from 1,600+ ISVs, consulting partners, and data providers in AWS Marketplace and AWS Data Exchange. Customers around the world can now discover and subscribe to an even greater breadth of software and data products to innovate faster and achieve their business goals. View the full article
  4. With the launch of the revision access rules, data providers can create products that give subscribers access to a subset of data set revisions based on their subscription start date. Starting today, subscribers are able to choose products that include only historical revisions published before their subscription start date, only future revisions published after their subscription start date, or future revisions with a certain number of past revisions from their subscription start date. Before revision access rules were available, subscribers would receive all of the available revisions of a data set, including those published before and after their subscription start date. With the launch of this feature, subscribers pay for and access the revisions that they actually need, while providers have the flexibility to price historical and future data appropriately without having to create and maintain multiple data sets. View the full article
  5. Data providers who use AWS data Exchange to license their data can now choose whether to enable auto-renewals when creating a public or private offer. When the auto-renewals option is enabled by the data provider, data subscribers can choose whether or not their subscription automatically renews when it expires. Before the launch of this feature, all public products supported auto-renewals. This new functionality gives providers the flexibility to choose when to enable auto-renewals, enabling them to list products that are not intended to be renewed (such as trial or static historical data products). View the full article
  6. Data subscribers that acquire data products on AWS Data Exchange using Private Offers can now configure those subscriptions to automatically renew, enabling seamless continuity of their data subscriptions without interruptions in their data feeds. Data providers that want to give their customers the option to auto-renew their subscription on the AWS Data Exchange platform can do so during the private offer creation process. Subscribers are able to view their auto-renew setting for each subscription in the Subscriptions section of the AWS Data Exchange console, where they can turn it on or off at any time. View the full article
  7. Subscribers and providers can now use AWS Data Exchange Private Products to exchange private or custom-made data products. Starting today, qualified data providers interested in offering their data to specific customers or partners can now use AWS Data Exchange Private Products to package, deliver, and bill for their products without having to build, operate, and maintain any data delivery infrastructure. Subscribers that need data products specifically made for them and not intended for the general public can use AWS Data Exchange Private Products to have that data delivered to them in the cloud. With the launch of Private Products, subscribers can use AWS Data Exchange as a single consistent way to acquire all externally sourced data, reducing their operational burden and allowing them to quickly onboard new data sources. View the full article
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