Document history for AWS Data Exchange - AWS Data Exchange User Guide

Document history for AWS Data Exchange

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Update to existing policies

Removed action aws-marketplace:GetPrivateListing from AWSDataExchangeFullAccess and AWSDataExchangeProviderFullAccess.

May 22, 2024

Update to existing policies

Statement IDs and the following new actions have been added to these policies: AWSDataExchangeReadOnly managed policy: aws-marketplace:ListTagsForResource and aws-marketplaceListPrivateListings; AWSDataExchangeSubscriberFullAccess managed policy: aws-marketplace:ListPrivateListings; AWSDataExchangeFullAccess managed policy: aws-marketplace:TagResource, aws-marketplace:UntagResource, aws-marketplace:ListTagsForResource, aws-marketplace:ListPrivateListings, aws-marketplace:GetPrivateListing, and aws-marketplace:DescribeAgreement. For more information, see AWS managed policies.

April 30, 2024

Update to existing policy

The following new permission has been added to the AWSDataExchangeProviderFullAccess managed policy: dataexchange:SendDataSetNotification. For more information, see AWS managed policies.

March 5, 2024

Ability to create data grants is now available

Data owners can now share data using AWS Data Exchange without registering as a AWS Marketplace seller. For more information see Creating data grants on AWS Data Exchange.

December 14, 2023

Provider-generated notifications are now available

Providers can send notifications corresponding to data updates, data delays, schema changes, and deprecations. Subscribers receive these notifications as events in Amazon EventBridge they can use to build automated workflows or deliver human-readable notifications to emails and chat programs using AWS User Notifications. For more information see Provider-generated notifications.

October 31, 2023

New subscriber event notifications available for auto-export jobs

Subscribers can receive notifications for two new events: Auto-export Job Completed and Auto-export Job Failed. For more information, see Events for an auto-export job completed and Events for an auto-export job failed.

October 4, 2023

Ability for subscribers to download files directly from an Amazon S3 bucket

Subscribers can now download files directly from a provider's Amazon S3 bucket from the AWS Data Exchange Console. For more information, see Publishing a new product containing Amazon S3 data access.

September 5, 2023

Changes in AWS Data ExchangeAWS CloudTrail and migration to AWS Marketplace Agreement Service (MPAS)

AWS Data Exchange is migrating to AWS Marketplace Agreement Service causing changes in AWS Data Exchange CloudTrail events. For more information, see Upcoming changes in AWS Data Exchange CloudTrail logging.

June 1, 2023

Ability to use AWS User Notifications

AWS User Notifications provides users with a single place in the AWS Management Console to set up and view all relevant AWS notifications across accounts, AWS Regions, and services. Users can configure delivery channels for notifications, such as email, chat, and mobile push notifications. For more information, see AWS User Notifications for AWS Data Exchange.

May 18, 2023

Ability to publish and subscribe to products containing Amazon S3 data access

Subscribing to and publishing data products containing Amazon S3 data access is now generally available. For more information, see Publishing a new product containing Amazon S3 data access and Subscribing to a product containing Amazon S3 data access.

March 14, 2023

Ability for subscribers to receive notifications for Amazon S3 data access data set resources

Subscribers can now receive notifications when a provider performs actions on Amazon S3 resources. For more information, see Amazon EventBridge events.

February 10, 2023

Updated tutorials to include AWS Data Exchange for Amazon S3 (Test Product) (Preview)

The following tutorial shows how to browse the AWS Data Exchange catalog to find and subscribe to AWS Data Exchange for Amazon S3 (Test Product) (Preview): Tutorial: Subscribe to AWS Data Exchange for Amazon S3 (Test Product) (Preview).

February 6, 2023

Ability to publish and subscribe to products containing Amazon S3 data access (Preview) Ability for data subscribers to access AWS Glue tables through AWS Lake Formation (Preview)

Providers can now create products that contain Amazon S3 data access. For more information, see Publishing a new product containing Amazon S3 data access (Preview). Subscribers can now find, subscribe to, and use data from the data provider’s Amazon S3 data sets. For more information, see Subscribing to a product containing Amazon S3 data access (Preview). Subscribers can find and subscribe to live, ready-to-use, third-party AWS Glue tables through AWS Lake Formation that they can query and analyze without extracting, transforming, and loading the underlying files. For more information see, Subscribe to and access a product containing AWS Lake Formation data sets (Preview) Subscribing to a product containing Amazon S3 data access (Preview). Subscribers can find and subscribe to live, ready-to-use, third-party AWS Glue tables through AWS Lake Formation that they can query and analyze without extracting, transforming, and loading the underlying files. For more information, see Subscribe to and access a product containing AWS Lake Formation data sets (Preview).

November 30, 2022

Israel is now an eligible jurisdiction

Residents in Israel are now eligible to become sellers on AWS Data Exchange. For more information, see Getting started as a provider.

August 29, 2022

Extended Provider Program

The Extended Provider Program (EPP) is now generally available. For more information, see Extended Provider Program (EPP).

August 9, 2022

Export file size limit increase

The file size limit of a cross-Region revision export to Amazon S3 has increased from 100 GB to 1,000 GB. The number of assets that can be exported to Amazon S3 in a single cross-Region ExportRevision job has increased from 2,000 to 10,000. For more information, see Export and import job guidelines.

August 4, 2022

Similar products

Subscribers can now see a list of similar products at the bottom of a product detail page, which they can use to continue their browse journey without needing to return to the search results page. For more information, see Subscribe to and access a product.

July 28, 2022

Post-subscription enhancement

After subscribing to a product that contains different types of data sets, subscribers can now view see separate cards with icons that display the different types of data sets. Subscribers can learn more information about the data sets and go directly to their entitled data from the post-subscription page. In addition, subscribers to products that contain S3 data sets can set up manual or automatic exports directly on the post-subscription page. For more information, see Subscribe to and access a product.

July 25, 2022

Ability to export data set ID and data set name when exporting revisions

When exporting revisions to an Amazon S3 bucket, both providers and subscribers can now export the data set ID and the name of the data set being exported. For more information, see Exporting revisions.

July 14, 2022

Integration with Open Data on AWS

Anyone, with or without an AWS account, can now search and find data products from the Open Data on AWS project. For more information, see Using Open Data on AWS data sets.

June 21, 2022

Exporting data sets video

Documentation-only update to add a video: One-Time Exports of Third-Party Data Sets from AWS Data Exchange. For more information, see Exporting assets and Exporting revisions.

May 27, 2022

Ability to specify metered costs for API products and subscribe to API products with Pay As You Go pricing

Providers can now specify metered costs for their API products. For more information, see Publishing a product containing APIs. Subscribers can now find and subscribe to third-party APIs with Pay As You Go pricing. This feature reduces upfront subscriber costs relative to monthly data file subscriptions. For more information, see Subscribe to and access a product containing APIs.

May 19, 2022

Ability to view and edit subscription verification requests as a provider

Documentation-only update to clarify how to view and edit subscription verification requests as a provider. For more information, see Subscription verification for providers.

May 6, 2022

Updated tutorials to include data dictionaries and samples

The following tutorials now include data dictionaries and samples: Tutorial: Subscribe to AWS Data Exchange Heartbeat on AWS Data Exchange, Tutorial: Subscribe to AWS Data Exchange for APIs (Test Product) on AWS Data Exchange, and Tutorial: Subscribe to Worldwide Event Attendance (Test Product) on AWS Data Exchange.

April 13, 2022

Ability to provide and subscribe to products containing data dictionaries and samples

Providers can now create and update data products that contain data dictionaries and samples. For more information, see Data dictionaries and Samples. Subscribers can evaluate the products containing data dictionaries and samples before subscribing. For more information, see Data dictionaries and samples. Subscribers can learn more about how to manage their subscriptions in the new topic Managing subscriptions.

March 31, 2022

Publishing products video

Documentation-only update to add a video: Publish products on AWS Data Exchange. For more information, see Publishing a new product.

March 18, 2022

Update to existing policy

The following new permission has been added to the AWSDataExchangeProviderFullAccess managed policy: dataexchange:RevokeRevision. For more information, see AWS managed policies.

March 15, 2022

Ability to revoke revisions

Providers can revoke subscribers' access to a revision and delete the assets of the revision. For more information, see Revoking revisions. Subscribers will get an Amazon EventBridge event notifying them that their access to the revision was revoked and the reason for the revocation. For more information, see Amazon EventBridge events.

March 15, 2022

Added tutorial for subscribing to products containing API data sets

The following new tutorial has been added: Tutorial: Subscribe to AWS Data Exchange for APIs (Test Product) on AWS Data Exchange.

January 14, 2022

Ability to publish and subscribe to products containing Amazon Redshift data sets

Providers can now create and license products that contain Amazon Redshift data sets. For more information, see Publishing a product containing Amazon Redshift data sets. Subscribers can now find, subscribe to, and use data from the data provider’s Amazon Redshift data sets. For more information, see Subscribing to a product containing Amazon Redshift data sets. Subscribers can also receive notifications when a provider performs actions on an Amazon Redshift resource. For more information, see Amazon EventBridge events. The following tutorial has been added: Tutorial: Subscribe to Worldwide Event Attendance (Test Product) on AWS Data Exchange.

January 4, 2022

Update to existing policies

The following new permission to retrieve an API from Amazon API Gateway has been added to the AWS managed policies: AWSDataExchangeProviderFullAccess and AWSDataExchangeFullAccess: apigateway:GET. For more information, see AWS managed policies.

December 3, 2021

Update to existing policies

The following new permission to send a request to an API asset has been added to the AWS managed policies: AWSDataExchangeProviderFullAccess and AWSDataExchangeSubscriberFullAccess: dataexchange:SendApiAsset. For more information, see AWS managed policies.

November 29, 2021

Ability to provide and subscribe to third-party APIs

Providers can now create API data products using AWS Data Exchange and use AWS Data Exchange to manage subscriber authentication, pricing, billing, and pay-as-you-go access to their REST APIs. For more information, see Publishing a new API data product. Subscribers can now find and subscribe to API-based data from third-party REST APIs in the AWS Cloud. They can use AWS native authentication and governance and use AWS-generated SDKs to make API calls. For more information, see Subscribing to an API data product.

November 29, 2021

Update to existing policies (Public Preview)

The following new permissions to authorize access to and create Amazon Redshift data sets have been added to the AWS managed policies (Public Preview): AWSDataExchangeProviderFullAccess and AWSDataExchangeFullAccess: redshift:AuthorizeDataShare, redshift:DescribeDataSharesForProducer, and redshift:DescribeDataShares. For more information, see AWS managed policies.

November 1, 2021

Ability to publish and subscribe to Amazon Redshift data products (Public Preview)

Providers can now create and license Amazon Redshift data products using AWS Data Exchange. For more information, see Publishing a new Amazon Redshift data product (Preview). Subscribers can now find, subscribe to, and use data from the data provider’s Amazon Redshift data sets. For more information, see Subscribing to an Amazon Redshift data product (Preview)

October 19, 2021

Update to an existing policy

The following new permissions to control access to automatically export new revisions of data sets have been added to the AWS managed policy AWSDataExchangeSubscriberFullAccess: dataexchange:CreateEventAction, dataexchange:UpdateEventAction, and dataexchange:DeleteEventAction. For more information, see AWS managed policies.

September 30, 2021

Ability to automatically export revisions

Subscribers can now automatically export revisions. For more information, see Automatically exporting revisions to an S3 bucket as a subscriber (console).

September 30, 2021

Updated procedure for how to use jobs

The Jobs in AWS Data Exchange section has been updated to clarify how to import and export assets and export revisions through jobs.

September 7, 2021

Added procedure for how to unsubscribe from a data product

The Subscribing to data products on AWS Data Exchange section has been reorganized and a new subsection has been added to clarify how to unsubscribe from a product. For more information, see Unsubscribe from a product on AWS Data Exchange.

August 11, 2021

Support for sharing licenses through AWS License Manager

You can share licenses to products that you purchase with other accounts in your AWS organization. For more information, see Sharing license subscriptions in an organization.

August 4, 2021

Ability to automatically publish revisions

Providers can now automatically publish revisions to data sets. For more information, see Publishing a new data set revision using automatic revision publishing. For information about how to migrate an existing data set to automatic revision publishing, see Migrating an existing product to automatic revision publishing.

July 22, 2021

Updated product description templates

The following product description templates have been updated: Media and entertainment long description template and Retail and location long description template.

July 19, 2021

More eligible jurisdictions

The following are now eligible to become sellers on AWS Data Exchange: Hong Kong SAR and Qatar. For more information, see Eligible jurisdictions for AWS Data Exchange products.

June 24, 2021

Ability to view changes to managed policies

You can now see the changes made to AWS managed policies for AWS Data Exchange. They are tracked in the AWS managed policies for AWS Data Exchange topic.

May 25, 2021

Added payment scheduler

You can now use a payment schedule to invoice subscribers for private or renewed private offers. For more information, see Create private offers.

May 24, 2021

Added ability to add data sets programmatically

You can now add data sets using the AWS Marketplace Catalog API service. For more information, see Using AWS Data Exchange with the AWS Marketplace Catalog API.

August 23, 2020

Support for preferred currency

You can pay for AWS Data Exchange subscriptions using your preferred currency. For more information see Pricing.

July 27, 2020

More eligible jurisdictions

The following are now eligible to become sellers on AWS Data Exchange: Bahrain, Norway, Switzerland, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). For more information, see Eligible jurisdictions for AWS Data Exchange products.

June 16, 2020

Added encryption support for exporting data sets

AWS Data Exchange now supports configurable encryption parameters when exporting data sets to Amazon S3. For more information, see Exporting assets to an Amazon S3 Bucket.

April 27, 2020

AWS Data Exchange is now generally available

AWS Data Exchange is a service that makes it easy for AWS customers to create, update, maintain, and securely exchange file-based data sets in the AWS Cloud.

November 13, 2019