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The 12 Coolest AWS Tools Of 2020 (So Far)

Here’s a look at 12 new product/service releases and updates announced so far this year, including Amazon AppFlow, Amazon CodeGuru, AWS Fargate Platform Version 1.4.0, Amazon Kendra and new features for Amazon Macie.

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Amazon Kendra

Amazon Kendra is an enterprise search service powered by ML that uses natural language processing to perform more efficient and useful queries across an organization’s data silos and get precise answers.

AWS announced the GA of Amazon Kendra in May after launching the preview version at AWS re:Invent in December. The new service requires no ML expertise and can be set up within the AWS Management Console.

Data is encrypted in transit and at rest, and organizations can index structured and unstructured data stored in different backends including file systems, applications, intranets and relational databases. The new service provides native cloud and on-premises connectors to data sources such as SharePoint, OneDrive, Salesforce, ServiceNow, Amazon Simple and Storage Service.

Amazon Kendra is optimized to understand industry-specific language from multiple sectors: information technology, healthcare and life sciences, insurance, energy, industrial, financial services, legal, media and entertainment, travel and hospitality, human resources, news, telecommunications, mining, food and beverage, and the automotive industry.

“We have a lot of hopes for that service,” Bird, of Onica, said. “We‘re implementing it at a number of customers, and I think that should be a big one. This is changing how enterprises approach the idea of search. There‘s a lot of products out there that do enterprise search, but they’re products that run on top of products that run on top of data products. Kendra kind of wraps that up. It’s that AWS promise of here’s a service that just works.”

 
 
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