Today, we are excited to announce the general availability (GA) of an Amazon GameLift FleetIQ update that enables game developers to add low-cost, low-latency GameLift servers to their existing on-premises or cloud-based server capacities. GameLift is an AWS managed service for deploying, operating, and scaling dedicated servers for multiplayer games, and it is trusted by some of the most successful game companies in the world, including Ubisoft, Gameloft, and N3TWORK. With this update, developers can launch low-cost GameLift servers into their AWS accounts and register the servers with their existing game server management systems to incrementally migrate live games, burst in-game events, or deploy containerized games onto AWS. To learn more about the GameLift FleetIQ update, visit our blog.
Amazon GuardDuty enhances security incident investigation workflows through new integration with Amazon Detective
Amazon GuardDuty has added Amazon Detective hyperlink pivots to make it even easier to jump from a GuardDuty security finding into a pre-populated Amazon Detective investigation experience.