A quick summary of some of the other announcements of note.
Amazon Omics – A service aimed at helping healthcare and life sciences handle genomic and biological data
Connect Machine Learning capabilities – Two ML related features of Connect have become generally available, and two new ones are now in preview
Glue 4.0 – A new version of Glue that is better in every way, including supporting more data formats
AWS Wickr – Amazon bought the company Wickr and has now released an updated version of the secure messaging platform
Automated Data discovery for Macie – You can now use Macie to discover where sensitive data is stored in your S3 buckets
Comprehensive Controls for Control Tower (Preview) – An improved way of managing compliance and security controls for your accounts
Redshift Streaming Ingestion for Kinesis Data Streams and Managed Streaming for Apache Kafka – You can now directly ingest data from Kinesis and MSK into your Redshift cluster
QuickSight Paginated Reports – You can now create paginated reports of your data
QuickSight programmatic creation and management of dashboards, analysis, and templates – Using the API you can now use Infrastructure as Code to manage your dashboards
Automated Data Preparation for QuickSight Q – This can parse traditionally stored data to make it easier for questions asked using natural language to find relevant results
These are only the main items that were announced outside of the keynotes so far, but there are a large number of other announcements as well. Unfortunately, we can’t cover all of them in these blog posts, but if there’s anything we discover it will likely show up in a future blog post.