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  1. Today, Amazon Managed Streaming for Apache Kafka (Amazon MSK) announces an integration with Amazon EventBridge Pipes in the MSK service console, making it easier to send events from your Apache Kafka cluster to one of over 14 AWS service targets, including Amazon SQS, Amazon Kinesis Data Streams and Firehose, AWS Step Functions, Amazon SNS, or Amazon EventBridge event buses. The EventBridge Pipes integration also supports the EventBridge API Destinations target which uses API calls to send your events to software as a service (SaaS) applications or your own applications within or outside AWS. View the full article
  2. How do you monitor a container workload running on ECS (Elastic Container Service) and Fargate with on-board resources? Here are the prioritized aspects when it comes to monitoring containers on AWS... Event-driven monitoring with EventBridge Monitoring entry points like ALB, SQS, and Kinesis Monitoring inter-service communication (Service Connect) Observing container utilization Collecting and analyzing container logs View the full article
  3. Amazon EventBridge rules now support wildcard filters, which enable you to match any character or sequence of characters within a string in your event payload. For example, you can use wildcards to match against values that end in a specific file type in a directory, such as “dir/*.png”, or contain a specific word, such as “*AcmeCorp*”. Support for wildcards allow you to more precisely specify the types of events you want to consume from an EventBridge Event Bus, opening new use cases and helping to optimize your event consumers. View the full article
  4. Changes to AWS CloudFormation-based stacks and resources are now available as event notifications in Amazon EventBridge. Customers can use these event notifications to build and scale loosely-coupled event-driven applications. With this feature, customers can trigger actions in real-time after they create, update, or delete either their CloudFormation stacks or resources in their CloudFormation stacks without having to write single-use custom code or develop new software. View the full article
  5. Amazon EventBridge now supports Dead Letter Queues (DLQs), which make event-driven applications more resilient and durable by storing your events in queues when the events can't be delivered, or the target is unavailable. View the full article
  6. Amazon EventBridge Schema Registry now adds support for JSON Schema, allowing customers to validate, annotate, and manipulate JSON documents conforming to JSON Schema Draft 4 specification. You now have access to more specifications when creating schemas and can use JSON Schema to create strongly typed events. You can also implement use cases such as client-side validation using a JSON Schema validator before publishing events on the EventBridge bus. View the full article
  7. AWS Certificate Manager (ACM) now publishes certificate metrics and events through Amazon CloudWatch and Amazon EventBridge. Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) certificates are used to secure network communication and establish the identity of websites over the internet. Certificates have a defined lifetime and for continued use need to be renewed before they expire. These new metrics and events help administrators keep track of certificate expiration dates and take necessary action or configure automation to prevent certificate expiry and related outages. View the full article
  8. Amazon EventBridge now provides Server-Side Encryption (SSE) using AWS Owned Keys for protection of sensitive data. SSE is enabled by default and lets you transmit sensitive data more securely with EventBridge. View the full article
  9. Starting today, EC2 Fleet and Spot Fleet (further referred to as Fleet) are integrated with Amazon EventBridge (formerly CloudWatch Events) to notify you about important Fleet events, state changes, and errors. This allows you to automate actions in response to Fleet state changes as well as monitor the state of your Fleet from a central place without a need to continuously poll Fleet APIs. Amazon EventBridge enables you to collect monitoring data from AWS resources and applications, and allows you to build loosely coupled and distributed event-driven architectures. View the full article
  10. Amazon EventBridge announces improvements to event bus resource policies that make it easier to build applications that work across accounts. With this change, you can now send events to, and create rules on event buses in another account while relying on the event bus resource policy to manage your permissions. View the full article
  11. Amazon EventBridge now supports Event Replay, which makes event-driven applications more durable and extensible by providing developers an easy way to replay past events. Event replay enables developers using Amazon EventBridge to build applications with the confidence that they can quickly recover from errors in their code, and the ability to easily extend their existing applications to add new functionality. View the full article
  12. Amazon EventBridge now supports Event Replay, which makes event-driven applications more durable and extensible by providing developers an easy way to replay past events. Event replay enables developers using Amazon EventBridge to build applications with the confidence that they can quickly recover from errors in their code, and the ability to easily extend their existing applications to add new functionality. View the full article
  13. Amazon EventBridge is now available in AWS GovCloud (US) Regions. Amazon EventBridge is a serverless event bus that makes it easy to connect applications using data from a variety of data sources. Amazon EventBridge enables you to build event-driven architectures that are loosely coupled and distributed. View the full article
  14. Amazon Redshift now allows you to schedule your SQL queries for executions in recurring schedules and enables you to build event-driven by integrating with Amazon EventBridge. You can now schedule time sensitive or long running queries, loading or unloading your data, or refreshing your materialized views on a regular schedule. View the full article
  15. Change Calendar, a capability of Systems Manager, now publishes an event to Amazon EventBridge when it changes state from open to closed and vice versa. You can use the published state change event to automatically start actions such as disabling promotions through your continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) pipeline, managing access to your fleet, or updating the system configurations. Change Calendar allows you to create blocked days on your calendar in order to prevent changes from being made to your application during important business events such as public marketing promotions, when you expect high demand on your resources. View the full article
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