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2.427.0 (22 Mar 2019 19:03)

AWS SDK for JavaScript


CHANGELOG.md

Changelog for AWS SDK for JavaScript

2.427.0

  • feature: IoT1ClickProjects: This release adds tagging support for AWS IoT 1-Click Project resources. Use these APIs to add, remove, or list tags on Projects, and leverage the tags for various authorization and billing scenarios. This release also adds the ARN property to projects for DescribeProject and ListProject responses.
  • feature: TranscribeService: Amazon Transcribe - support transcriptions from audio sources in German (de-DE) and Korean (ko-KR).

2.426.0

  • bugfix: Paginator: still send '{}' in body for requests other than GET
  • feature: CloudWatchEvents: Added 3 new APIs, and one additional parameter to the PutRule API, to support tagging of CloudWatch Events rules.
  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: This release adds tags and tag-based access control support to Amazon Cognito User Pools.
  • feature: Iot: This release adds the GetStatistics API for the AWS IoT Fleet Indexing Service, which allows customers to query for statistics about registered devices that match a search query. This release only supports the count statistics. For more information about this API, see https://docs.aws.amazon.com/iot/latest/apireference/API_GetStatistics.html
  • feature: Lightsail: This release adds the DeleteKnownHostKeys API, which enables Lightsail's browser-based SSH or RDP clients to connect to the instance after a host key mismatch.

2.425.0

  • feature: CodePipeline: Add support for viewing details of each action execution belonging to past and latest pipeline executions that have occurred in customer's pipeline. The details include start/updated times, action execution results, input/output artifacts information, etc. Customers also have the option to add pipelineExecutionId in the input to filter the results down to a single pipeline execution.
  • feature: CognitoIdentity: This release adds tags and tag-based access control support to Amazon Cognito Identity Pools (Federated Identities).
  • feature: MarketplaceMetering: This release increases AWS Marketplace Metering Service maximum usage quantity to 2147483647 and makes parameters usage quantity and dryrun optional.
  • feature: cors: add cors support for IAM and ResouceGroups services

2.424.0

  • bugfix: Paginator: fix the issue where paginator keys are ignored in GET requests
  • bugfix: Request: Fix nextPage() method signature
  • feature: ConfigService: AWS Config adds a new API called SelectResourceConfig to run advanced queries based on resource configuration properties.
  • feature: EKS: Added support to control private/public access to the Kubernetes API-server endpoint

2.423.0

  • feature: Chime: This release adds support for the Amazon Chime Business Calling and Voice Connector features.
  • feature: DMS: S3 Endpoint Settings added support for 1) Migrating to Amazon S3 as a target in Parquet format 2) Encrypting S3 objects after migration with custom KMS Server-Side encryption. Redshift Endpoint Settings added support for encrypting intermediate S3 objects during migration with custom KMS Server-Side encryption.
  • feature: EC2: DescribeFpgaImages API now returns a new DataRetentionSupport attribute to indicate if the AFI meets the requirements to support DRAM data retention. DataRetentionSupport is a read-only attribute.

2.422.0

  • feature: ACM: AWS Certificate Manager has added a new API action, RenewCertificate. RenewCertificate causes ACM to force the renewal of any private certificate which has been exported.
  • feature: ACMPCA: AWS Certificate Manager (ACM) Private CA allows customers to manage permissions on their CAs. Customers can grant or deny AWS Certificate Manager permission to renew exported private certificates.
  • feature: CloudWatch: New Messages parameter for the output of GetMetricData, to support new metric search functionality.
  • feature: ConfigService: AWS Config - add ability to tag, untag and list tags for ConfigRule, ConfigurationAggregator and AggregationAuthorization resource types. Tags can be used for various scenarios including tag based authorization.
  • feature: EC2: This release adds tagging support for Dedicated Host Reservations.
  • feature: Iot: In this release, AWS IoT introduces support for tagging OTA Update and Stream resources. For more information about tagging, see the AWS IoT Developer Guide.
  • feature: SageMaker: Amazon SageMaker Automatic Model Tuning now supports random search and hyperparameter scaling.

2.421.0

  • feature: ConfigService: Config released Remediation APIs allowing Remediation of Config Rules

2.420.0

  • bugfix: ManageUpload: abort request stream when body is smaller than 5MB
  • feature: ServerlessApplicationRepository: The AWS Serverless Application Repository now supports associating a ZIP source code archive with versions of an application.

2.419.0

  • feature: CostExplorer: The only change in this release is to make TimePeriod a required parameter in GetCostAndUsageRequest.
  • feature: ElasticBeanstalk: Elastic Beanstalk added support for tagging, and tag-based access control, of all Elastic Beanstalk resources.
  • feature: Glue: CreateDevEndpoint and UpdateDevEndpoint now support Arguments to configure the DevEndpoint.
  • feature: QuickSight: Amazon QuickSight user and group operation results now include group principal IDs and user principal IDs. This release also adds "DeleteUserByPrincipalId", which deletes users given their principal ID. The update also improves role session name validation.

2.418.0

  • bugfix: cloudfront: Fix whitespace removal on custom policy
  • feature: CodeBuild: CodeBuild also now supports Git Submodules. CodeBuild now supports opting out of Encryption for S3 Build Logs. By default these logs are encrypted.
  • feature: SageMaker: SageMaker notebook instances now support enabling or disabling root access for notebook users. SageMaker Neo now supports rk3399 and rk3288 as compilation target devices.

2.417.0

  • feature: AppMesh: This release includes a new version of the AWS App Mesh APIs. You can read more about the new APIs here: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/app-mesh/latest/APIReference/Welcome.html.
  • feature: ECS: This release of Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) introduces additional task definition parameters that enable you to define dependencies for container startup and shutdown, a per-container start and stop timeout value, as well as an AWS App Mesh proxy configuration which eases the integration between Amazon ECS and AWS App Mesh.
  • feature: GameLift: Amazon GameLift-hosted instances can now securely access resources on other AWS services using IAM roles. See more details at https://aws.amazon.com/releasenotes/amazon-gamelift/.
  • feature: Greengrass: Greengrass group UID and GID settings can now be configured to use a provided default via FunctionDefaultConfig. If configured, all Lambda processes in your deployed Greengrass group will by default start with the provided UID and/or GID, rather than by default starting with UID "ggc_user" and GID "ggc_group" as they would if not configured. Individual Lambdas can also be configured to override the defaults if desired via each object in the Functions list of your FunctionDefinitionVersion.
  • feature: MediaLive: This release adds a MediaPackage output group, simplifying configuration of outputs to AWS Elemental MediaPackage.
  • feature: RDS: You can configure your Aurora database cluster to automatically copy tags on the cluster to any automated or manual database cluster snapshots that are created from the cluster. This allows you to easily set metadata on your snapshots to match the parent cluster, including access policies. You may enable or disable this functionality while creating a new cluster, or by modifying an existing database cluster.

2.416.0

  • feature: DirectConnect: Exposed a new available port speeds field in the DescribeLocation api call.
  • feature: EC2: This release adds pagination support for ec2.DescribeVpcs, ec2.DescribeInternetGateways and ec2.DescribeNetworkAcls APIs

2.415.0

  • feature: MediaLive: This release adds support for pausing and unpausing one or both pipelines at scheduled times.
  • feature: StorageGateway: ActivateGateway, CreateNFSFileShare and CreateSMBFileShare APIs support a new parameter: Tags (to be attached to the created resource). Output for DescribeNFSFileShare, DescribeSMBFileShare and DescribeGatewayInformation APIs now also list the Tags associated with the resource. Minimum length of a KMSKey is now 7 characters.
  • feature: Textract: This release is intended ONLY for customers that are officially part of the Amazon Textract Preview program. If you are not officially part of the Amazon Textract program THIS WILL NOT WORK. Our two main regions for Amazon Textract Preview are N. Virginia and Dublin. Also some members have been added to Oregon and Ohio. If you are outside of any of these AWS regions, Amazon Textract Preview definitely will not work. If you would like to be part of the Amazon Textract program, you can officially request sign up here - https://pages.awscloud.com/textract-preview.html. To set expectations appropriately, we are aiming to admit new preview participants once a week until General Availability.

2.414.0

  • feature: MediaPackage: This release adds support for user-defined tagging of MediaPackage resources. Users may now call operations to list, add and remove tags from channels and origin-endpoints. Users can also specify tags to be attached to these resources during their creation. Describe and list operations on these resources will now additionally return any tags associated with them.
  • feature: SSM: This release updates AWS Systems Manager APIs to support service settings for AWS customers. A service setting is a key-value pair that defines how a user interacts with or uses an AWS service, and is typically created and consumed by the AWS service team. AWS customers can read a service setting via GetServiceSetting API and update the setting via UpdateServiceSetting API or ResetServiceSetting API, which are introduced in this release. For example, if an AWS service charges money to the account based on a feature or service usage, then the AWS service team might create a setting with the default value of "false". This means the user can't use this feature unless they update the setting to "true" and intentionally opt in for a paid feature.

2.413.0

  • feature: EC2: This release adds support for modifying instance event start time which allows users to reschedule EC2 events.

2.412.0

  • bugfix: ComprehendMedical: enable cors on ComprehendMedical, update SERVICES.md
  • feature: AlexaForBusiness: This release adds the PutInvitationConfiguration API to configure the user invitation email template with custom attributes, and the GetInvitationConfiguration API to retrieve the configured values.
  • feature: ApiGatewayV2: Marking certain properties as explicitly required and fixing an issue with the GetApiMappings operation for ApiMapping resources.
  • feature: SSM: AWS Systems Manager State Manager now supports associations using documents shared by other AWS accounts.

2.411.0

  • feature: CUR: Adding support for Athena and new report preferences to the Cost and Usage Report API.
  • feature: MediaConvert: AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK has added several features including support for: auto-rotation or user-specified rotation of 0, 90, 180, or 270 degrees; multiple output groups with DRM; ESAM XML documents to specify ad insertion points; Offline Apple HLS FairPlay content protection.
  • feature: Pinpoint: This release adds support for the Amazon Resource Groups Tagging API to Amazon Pinpoint, which means that you can now add and manage tags for Amazon Pinpoint projects (apps), campaigns, and segments. A tag is a label that you optionally define and associate with Amazon Pinpoint resource. Tags can help you categorize and manage these types of resources in different ways, such as by purpose, owner, environment, or other criteria. For example, you can use tags to apply policies or automation, or to identify resources that are subject to certain compliance requirements. A project, campaign, or segment can have as many as 50 tags. For more information about using and managing tags in Amazon Pinpoint, see the Amazon Pinpoint Developer Guide at https://docs.aws.amazon.com/pinpoint/latest/developerguide/welcome.html. For more information about the Amazon Resource Group Tagging API, see the Amazon Resource Group Tagging API Reference at https://docs.aws.amazon.com/resourcegroupstagging/latest/APIReference/Welcome.html.

2.410.0

  • feature: AutoScaling: Added support for passing an empty SpotMaxPrice parameter to remove a value previously set when updating an Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling group.
  • feature: CostExplorer: Added metrics to normalized units.
  • feature: ELBv2: This release enables you to use the existing client secret when modifying a rule with an action of type authenticate-oidc.
  • feature: MediaStore: This release adds support for access logging, which provides detailed records for the requests that are made to objects in a container.

2.409.0

  • feature: Athena: This release adds tagging support for Workgroups to Amazon Athena. Use these APIs to add, remove, or list tags on Workgroups, and leverage the tags for various authorization and billing scenarios.
  • feature: Cloud9: Adding EnvironmentLifecycle to the Environment data type.
  • feature: Glue: AWS Glue adds support for assigning AWS resource tags to jobs, triggers, development endpoints, and crawlers. Each tag consists of a key and an optional value, both of which you define. With this capacity, customers can use tags in AWS Glue to easily organize and identify your resources, create cost allocation reports, and control access to resources.
  • feature: StepFunctions: This release adds support for tag-on-create. You can now add tags when you create AWS Step Functions activity and state machine resources. For more information about tagging, see AWS Tagging Strategies.

2.408.0

  • feature: CodeBuild: Add support for CodeBuild local caching feature
  • feature: KinesisVideoArchivedMedia: In this release, HLS playback of KVS streams can be configured to output MPEG TS fragments using the ContainerFormat parameter. HLS playback of KVS streams can also be configured to include the EXT-X-PROGRAM-DATE-TIME field using the DisplayFragmentTimestamp parameter.
  • feature: Transfer: Bug fix: increased the max length allowed for request parameter NextToken when paginating List operations

2.407.0

  • feature: CodeCommit: This release adds an API for adding / updating / deleting / copying / moving / setting file modes for one or more files directly to an AWS CodeCommit repository without requiring a Git client.
  • feature: DirectConnect: Documentation updates for AWS Direct Connect
  • feature: MediaLive: This release adds support for VPC inputs, allowing you to push content from your Amazon VPC directly to MediaLive.

2.406.0

  • feature: DirectoryService: This release adds support for tags during directory creation (CreateDirectory, CreateMicrosoftAd, ConnectDirectory).
  • feature: EFS: Amazon EFS now supports adding tags to file system resources as part of the CreateFileSystem API . Using this capability, customers can now more easily enforce tag-based authorization for EFS file system resources.
  • feature: Iot: AWS IoT - AWS IoT Device Defender adds support for configuring behaviors in a security profile with statistical thresholds. Device Defender also adds support for configuring multiple data-point evaluations before a violation is either created or cleared.
  • feature: SSM: AWS Systems Manager now supports adding tags when creating Activations, Patch Baselines, Documents, Parameters, and Maintenance Windows

2.405.0

  • feature: Athena: This release adds support for Workgroups to Amazon Athena. Use Workgroups to isolate users, teams, applications or workloads in the same account, control costs by setting up query limits and creating Amazon SNS alarms, and publish query-related metrics to Amazon CloudWatch.
  • feature: SecretsManager: This release increases the maximum allowed size of SecretString or SecretBinary from 4KB to 7KB in the CreateSecret, UpdateSecret, PutSecretValue and GetSecretValue APIs.

2.404.0

  • feature: ApplicationAutoScaling: Documentation updates for Application Auto Scaling
  • feature: Iot: In this release, IoT Device Defender introduces support for tagging Scheduled Audit resources.

2.403.0

  • feature: EC2: This release adds tagging and ARN support for AWS Client VPN Endpoints.You can now run bare metal workloads on EC2 M5 and M5d instances. m5.metal and m5d.metal instances are powered by custom Intel Xeon Scalable Processors with a sustained all core frequency of up to 3.1 GHz. m5.metal and m5d.metal offer 96 vCPUs and 384 GiB of memory. With m5d.metal, you also have access to 3.6 TB of NVMe SSD-backed instance storage. m5.metal and m5d.metal instances deliver 25 Gbps of aggregate network bandwidth using Elastic Network Adapter (ENA)-based Enhanced Networking, as well as 14 Gbps of bandwidth to EBS.You can now run bare metal workloads on EC2 z1d instances. z1d.metal instances are powered by custom Intel Xeon Scalable Processors with a sustained all core frequency of up to 4.0 GHz. z1d.metal offers 48 vCPUs, 384 GiB of memory, and 1.8 TB of NVMe SSD-backed instance storage. z1d.metal instances deliver 25 Gbps of aggregate network bandwidth using Elastic Network Adapter (ENA)-based Enhanced Networking, as well as 14 Gbps of bandwidth to EBS.
  • feature: KinesisVideo: Adds support for Tag-On-Create for Kinesis Video Streams. A list of tags associated with the stream can be created at the same time as the stream creation.

2.402.0

  • feature: EFS: Customers can now use the EFS Infrequent Access (IA) storage class to more cost-effectively store larger amounts of data in their file systems. EFS IA is cost-optimized storage for files that are not accessed every day. You can create a new file system and enable Lifecycle Management to automatically move files that have not been accessed for 30 days from the Standard storage class to the IA storage class.
  • feature: MediaTailor: This release adds support for tagging AWS Elemental MediaTailor resources.
  • feature: Rekognition: GetContentModeration now returns the version of the moderation detection model used to detect unsafe content.

2.401.0

  • feature: AppStream: This update enables customers to find the start time, max expiration time, and connection status associated with AppStream streaming session.
  • feature: CodeBuild: Add customized webhook filter support
  • feature: MediaPackage: Adds optional configuration for DASH to compact the manifest by combining duplicate SegmentTemplate tags. Adds optional configuration for DASH SegmentTemplate format to refer to segments by "Number" (default) or by "Time".

2.400.0

  • feature: DLM: This release is to correct the timestamp format to ISO8601 for the DateCreated and DateModified files in the GetLifecyclePolicy response object.
  • feature: ECS: Amazon ECS introduces the PutAccountSettingDefault API, an API that allows a user to set the default ARN/ID format opt-in status for all the roles and users in the account. Previously, setting the account's default opt-in status required the use of the root user with the PutAccountSetting API.

2.399.0

  • feature: ES: Feature: Support for three Availability Zone deployments
  • feature: GameLift: This release delivers a new API action for deleting unused matchmaking rule sets. More details are available at https://aws.amazon.com/releasenotes/?tag=releasenotes%23keywords%23amazon-gamelift.
  • feature: MediaLive: This release adds tagging of channels, inputs, and input security groups.
  • feature: RoboMaker: Added support for tagging and tag-based access control for AWS RoboMaker resources. Also, DescribeSimulationJob now includes a new failureReason field to help debug simulation job failures

2.398.0

  • feature: EC2: Add Linux with SQL Server Standard, Linux with SQL Server Web, and Linux with SQL Server Enterprise to the list of allowed instance platforms for On-Demand Capacity Reservations.
  • feature: FSx: New optional ExportPath parameter added to the CreateFileSystemLustreConfiguration object for user-defined export paths. Used with the CreateFileSystem action when creating an Amazon FSx for Lustre file system.

2.397.0

  • feature: EC2: ec2.DescribeVpcPeeringConnections pagination support
  • feature: Shield: The DescribeProtection request now accepts resource ARN as valid parameter.

2.396.0

  • feature: CodeCommit: This release supports a more graceful handling of the error case when a repository is not associated with a pull request ID in a merge request in AWS CodeCommit.
  • feature: ECS: This release of Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) introduces support for GPU workloads by enabling you to create clusters with GPU-enabled container instances.
  • feature: WorkSpaces: This release sets ClientProperties as a required parameter.

2.395.0

  • feature: CodeCommit: The PutFile API will now throw new exception FilePathConflictsWithSubmodulePathException when a submodule exists at the input file path; PutFile API will also throw FolderContentSizeLimitExceededException when the total size of any folder on the path exceeds the limit as a result of the operation.
  • feature: DeviceFarm: Introduces a new rule in Device Pools - "Availability". Customers can now ensure they pick devices that are available (i.e., not being used by other customers).
  • feature: MediaConnect: This release adds support for tagging, untagging, and listing tags for existing AWS Elemental MediaConnect resources.
  • feature: MediaLive: This release adds support for Frame Capture output groups and for I-frame only manifests (playlists) in HLS output groups.

2.394.0

  • feature: CodeBuild: This release adds support for cross-account ECR images and private registry authentication.
  • feature: ECR: Amazon ECR updated the default endpoint URL to support AWS Private Link.
  • feature: ELBv2: Elastic Load Balancing now supports TLS termination on Network Load Balancers. With this launch, you can offload the decryption/encryption of TLS traffic from your application servers to the Network Load Balancer. This enables you to run your backend servers optimally and keep your workloads secure. Additionally, Network Load Balancers preserve the source IP of the clients to the back-end applications, while terminating TLS on the load balancer. When TLS is enabled on an NLB, Access Logs can be enabled for the load balancer, and log entries will be emitted for all TLS connections.
  • feature: PinpointSMSVoice: Added the ListConfigurationSets operation, which returns a list of the configuration sets that are associated with your account.
  • feature: RDS: The Amazon RDS API allows you to add or remove Identity and Access Management (IAM) role associated with a specific feature name with an RDS database instance. This helps with capabilities such as invoking Lambda functions from within a trigger in the database, load data from Amazon S3 and so on

2.393.0

  • bugfix: S3 managed uploader: S3 managed uploader will not uriEscape tags when doing a multi-part upload.
  • feature: ACMPCA: Added TagOnCreate parameter to the CreateCertificateAuthority operation, updated the Tag regex pattern to align with AWS tagging APIs, and added RevokeCertificate limit.
  • feature: ApiGatewayManagementApi: Fixes a typo in the 'max' constraint.
  • feature: WorkLink: This is the initial SDK release for Amazon WorkLink. Amazon WorkLink is a fully managed, cloud-based service that enables secure, one-click access to internal websites and web apps from mobile phones. With Amazon WorkLink, employees can access internal websites as seamlessly as they access any other website. IT administrators can manage users, devices, and domains by enforcing their own security and access policies via the AWS Console or the AWS SDK.

2.392.0

  • feature: AppStream: This API update includes support for tagging Stack, Fleet, and ImageBuilder resources at creation time.
  • feature: DMS: Update for DMS TestConnectionSucceeds waiter
  • feature: Discovery: The Application Discovery Service's import APIs allow you to import information about your on-premises servers and applications into ADS so that you can track the status of your migrations through the Migration Hub console.
  • feature: FMS: This release provides support for cleaning up web ACLs during Firewall Management policy deletion. You can now enable the DeleteAllPolicyResources flag and it will delete all system-generated web ACLs.
  • feature: SSM: AWS Systems Manager State Manager now supports configuration management of all AWS resources through integration with Automation.

2.391.0

  • feature: EC2: Adjust EC2's available instance types.
  • feature: Glue: AllocatedCapacity field is being deprecated and replaced with MaxCapacity field

2.390.0

  • feature: Lightsail: This release adds functionality to the CreateDiskSnapshot API that allows users to snapshot instance root volumes. It also adds various documentation updates.
  • feature: Pinpoint: This release updates the PutEvents operation. AppPackageName, AppTitle, AppVersionCode, SdkName fields will now be accepted as a part of the event when submitting events.
  • feature: Rekognition: GetLabelDetection now returns bounding box information for common objects and a hierarchical taxonomy of detected labels. The version of the model used for video label detection is also returned. DetectModerationLabels now returns the version of the model used for detecting unsafe content.
  • feature: credentials: make resolvedProfile cached inenumerable

2.389.0

  • feature: Backup: AWS Backup is a unified backup service designed to protect AWS services and their associated data. AWS Backup simplifies the creation, migration, restoration, and deletion of backups, while also providing reporting and auditing
  • feature: DynamoDB: Amazon DynamoDB now integrates with AWS Backup, a centralized backup service that makes it easy for customers to configure and audit the AWS resources they want to backup, automate backup scheduling, set retention policies, and monitor all recent backup and restore activity. AWS Backup provides a fully managed, policy-based backup solution, simplifying your backup management, and helping you meet your business and regulatory backup compliance requirements. For more information, see the Amazon DynamoDB Developer Guide.

2.388.0

  • feature: MediaConvert: IMF decode from a Composition Playlist for IMF specializations App #2 and App #2e; up to 99 input clippings; caption channel selection for MXF; and updated rate control for CBR jobs. Added support for acceleration in preview
  • feature: StorageGateway: JoinDomain API supports two more parameters: organizational unit(OU) and domain controllers. Two new APIs are introduced: DetachVolume and AttachVolume.

2.387.0

  • feature: RDSDataService: Documentation updates for RDS Data API.
  • feature: client side monitoring: Add a new environmental variable AWS_ENDPOINT_DISCOVERY_ENABLED to work along with AWS_ENABLE_ENDPOINT_DISCOVERY
  • feature: client side monitoring: CSM now can be enabled globally only from environment without code change

2.386.0

  • feature: EC2: EC2 Spot: a) CreateFleet support for Single AvailabilityZone requests and b) support for paginated DescribeSpotInstanceRequests.
  • feature: Iot: This release adds tagging support for rules of AWS IoT Rules Engine. Tags enable you to categorize your rules in different ways, for example, by purpose, owner, or environment. For more information about tagging, see AWS Tagging Strategies (https://aws.amazon.com/answers/account-management/aws-tagging-strategies/). For technical documentation, look for the tagging operations in the AWS IoT Core API reference or User Guide (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/iot/latest/developerguide/tagging-iot.html).
  • feature: SageMaker: SageMaker Training Jobs now support Inter-Container traffic encryption.

2.385.0

  • feature: DocDB: Amazon DocumentDB (with MongoDB compatibility) is a fast, reliable, and fully-managed database service. Amazon DocumentDB makes it easy for developers to set up, run, and scale MongoDB-compatible databases in the cloud.
  • feature: Redshift: DescribeSnapshotSchedules returns a list of snapshot schedules. With this release, this API will have a list of clusters and number of clusters associated with the schedule.
  • feature: s3: Improved sigv4 documentation on getSignedUrl operation

2.384.0

  • feature: DeviceFarm: "This release provides support for running Appium Node.js and Appium Ruby tests on AWS Device Farm.

2.383.0

  • bugfix: credentials: Make CredentialProviderChain coalesce resolvation synchronous
  • bugfix: typings: update Attribute value to any for transaction operations input and output
  • feature: IoTAnalytics: ListDatasetContents now has a filter to limit results by date scheduled.
  • feature: MediaStoreData: enable cors to make MediaStoreData available in default browser build

2.382.0

  • bugfix: CredentailProviderChain: CredentialProviderChain.resolve now coalesces calls, so that concurrent requests for a service instance which has yet to resolve credentials will not result in a stampede to assign config.credentials
  • bugfix: documentation: swap abstract Yard tag for custom tags to support compatibility with google-closure-compiler
  • feature: ACMPCA: This release marks the introduction of waiters in ACM PCA, which allow you to control the progression of your code based on the presence or state of certain resources. Waiters can be implemented in the DescribeCertificateAuthorityAuditReport, GetCertificate, and GetCertificateAuthorityCsr API operations.
  • feature: DynamoDB: Added provisionedThroughPut exception on the request level for transaction APIs.
  • feature: EC2MetadataCredentials: refresh now passes an error to callback if metadata service responds with expired credentials
  • feature: PinpointSMSVoice: Configuration sets can now use Amazon SNS as an event destination.
  • feature: StepFunctions: This release adds support for cost allocation tagging. You can now create, delete, and list tags for AWS Step Functions activity and state machine resources. For more information about tagging, see AWS Tagging Strategies.

2.381.0

  • bugfix: S3: fix putObject using stream <1mb
  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: Amazon Cognito now has API support for updating the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate for the custom domain for your user pool.
  • feature: Comprehend: This SDK release adds functionality to stop training Custom Document Classifier or Custom Entity Recognizer in Amazon Comprehend.
  • feature: Firehose: Support for specifying customized s3 keys and supplying a separate prefix for failed-records
  • feature: KinesisVideoMedia: enable cors to make KinesisVideoMedia available by default in browser build
  • feature: MediaLive: This release provides support for ID3 tags and video quality setting for subgop_length.
  • feature: TranscribeService: With this release, Amazon Transcribe now supports transcriptions from audio sources in Italian (it-IT).

2.380.0

  • feature: EC2: This release adds support for specifying partition as a strategy for EC2 Placement Groups. This new strategy allows one to launch instances into partitions that do not share certain underlying hardware between partitions, to assist with building and deploying highly available replicated applications.
  • feature: SageMaker: Batch Transform Jobs now supports TFRecord as a Split Type. ListCompilationJobs API action now supports SortOrder and SortBy inputs.
  • feature: WAF: This release adds rule-level control for rule group. If a rule group contains a rule that blocks legitimate traffic, previously you had to override the entire rule group to COUNT in order to allow the traffic. You can now use the UpdateWebACL API to exclude specific rules within a rule group. Excluding rules changes the action for the individual rules to COUNT. Excluded rules will be recorded in the new "excludedRules" attribute of the WAF logs.
  • feature: WAFRegional: This release adds rule-level control for rule group. If a rule group contains a rule that blocks legitimate traffic, previously you had to override the entire rule group to COUNT in order to allow the traffic. You can now use the UpdateWebACL API to exclude specific rules within a rule group. Excluding rules changes the action for the individual rules to COUNT. Excluded rules will be recorded in the new "excludedRules" attribute of the WAF logs.

2.379.0

  • bugfix: S3: fix fo #2418, putObject with key as substring of bucket results in extra folder
  • feature: ApiGatewayManagementApi: This is the initial SDK release for the Amazon API Gateway Management API, which allows you to directly manage runtime aspects of your APIs. This release makes it easy to send data directly to clients connected to your WebSocket-based APIs.
  • feature: ApiGatewayV2: This is the initial SDK release for the Amazon API Gateway v2 APIs. This SDK will allow you to manage and configure APIs in Amazon API Gateway; this first release provides the capabilities that allow you to programmatically setup and manage WebSocket APIs end to end.
  • feature: EC2: Client VPN, is a client-based VPN service. With Client VPN, you can securely access resources in AWS as well as access resources in on-premises from any location using OpenVPN based devices. With Client VPN, you can set network based firewall rules that can restrict access to networks based on Active Directory groups.
  • feature: ElasticBeanstalk: This release adds a new resource that Elastic Beanstalk will soon support, EC2 launch template, to environment resource descriptions.

2.378.0

  • feature: ECR: This release adds support for ECR repository tagging.
  • feature: QuickSight: Amazon QuickSight's RegisterUser API now generates a user invitation URL when registering a user with the QuickSight identity type. This URL can then be used by the registered QuickSight user to complete the user registration process. This release also corrects some HTTP return status codes.

2.377.0

  • feature: AlexaForBusiness: Released new APIs for managing private skill access to Enrolled Users. These API's are the equivalent of the A4B console for Private Skills checkbox "Available for Users".
  • feature: Comprehend: enable cors

2.376.0

  • feature: PinpointEmail: This release adds new operations for the Amazon Pinpoint Deliverability Dashboard. You can use the Deliverability Dashboard to view response and inbox placement metrics for the domains that you use to send email. You can also perform tests on individual email messages to determine how often your messages are delivered to the inbox on several major email providers.

2.375.0

  • feature: EKS: Added support for updating kubernetes version of Amazon EKS clusters.
  • feature: Glue: API Update for Glue: this update enables encryption of password inside connection objects stored in AWS Glue Data Catalog using DataCatalogEncryptionSettings. In addition, a new "HidePassword" flag is added to GetConnection and GetConnections to return connections without passwords.
  • feature: Route53: You can now specify a new region, eu-north-1 (in Stockholm, Sweden), as a region for latency-based or geoproximity routing.
  • feature: SageMaker: Amazon SageMaker Automatic Model Tuning now supports early stopping of training jobs. With early stopping, training jobs that are unlikely to generate good models will be automatically stopped during a Hyperparameter Tuning Job.

2.374.0

  • feature: Connect: This update adds the GetContactAttributes operation to retrieve the attributes associated with a contact.
  • feature: MediaStore: This release adds Delete Object Lifecycling to AWS MediaStore Containers.

2.373.0

  • feature: AlexaForBusiness: Alexa for Business now allows IT administrators to create ad-hoc or scheduled usage reports, which help customers understand how Alexa is used in their workplace. To learn how to create usage reports, see https://docs.aws.amazon.com/a4b/latest/ag/creating-reports.html
  • feature: DynamoDB: Add DynamoDB document client support for transaction operations
  • feature: EC2: You can now launch the larger-sized P3dn.24xlarge instance that features NVIDIA Tesla V100s with double the GPU memory, 100Gbps networking and local NVMe storage.
  • feature: IAM: We are making it easier for you to manage your AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policy permissions by enabling you to retrieve the last timestamp when an IAM entity (e.g., user, role, or a group) accessed an AWS service. This feature also allows you to audit service access for your entities.

2.372.0

  • feature: CodeBuild: Support personal access tokens for GitHub source and app passwords for Bitbucket source
  • feature: ELBv2: This release allows Application Load Balancers to route traffic to Lambda functions, in addition to instances and IP addresses.
  • feature: MediaLive: This release enables the AWS Elemental MediaConnect input type in AWS Elemental MediaLive. This can then be used to automatically create and manage AWS Elemental MediaConnect Flow Outputs when you create a channel using those inputs.

2.371.0

  • feature: CostExplorer: Add normalized unit support for both GetReservationUtilization and GetReservationCoverage API.
  • feature: MQ: This release adds support for cost allocation tagging. You can now create, delete, and list tags for AmazonMQ resources. For more information about tagging, see AWS Tagging Strategies.
  • feature: MediaTailor: AWS Elemental MediaTailor SDK now includes a new parameter to control the Location tag of DASH manifests.

2.370.0

  • feature: Health: AWS Health API DescribeAffectedEntities operation now includes a field that returns the URL of the affected entity.
  • feature: S3: S3 Inventory reports can now be generated in Parquet format by setting the Destination Format to be 'Parquet'.

2.369.0

  • feature: DeviceFarm: Customers can now schedule runs without a need to create a Device Pool. They also get realtime information on public device availability.
  • feature: StorageGateway: API list-local-disks returns a list of the gateway's local disks. This release adds a field DiskAttributeList to these disks.

2.368.0

  • bugfix: md5: enable SDK to calculate content MD5 for more new S3 operations
  • feature: S3: Fixed issue with Content-MD5 for S3 PutObjectLegalHold, PutObjectRetention and PutObjectLockConfiguration.

2.367.0

  • feature: CloudWatchEvents: Support for Managed Rules (rules that are created and maintained by the AWS services in your account) is added.
  • feature: ELBv2: This release allows Application Load Balancers to route traffic to Lambda functions, in addition to instances and IP addresses.
  • feature: Kafka: This is the initial SDK release for Amazon Managed Streaming for Kafka (Amazon MSK). Amazon MSK is a service that you can use to easily build, monitor, and manage Apache Kafka clusters in the cloud.
  • feature: Lambda: AWS Lambda now supports Lambda Layers and Ruby as a runtime. Lambda Layers are a new type of artifact that contains arbitrary code and data, and may be referenced by zero, one, or more functions at the same time. You can also now develop your AWS Lambda function code using the Ruby programming language.
  • feature: S3: Fixed issue with ObjectLockRetainUntilDate in S3 PutObject
  • feature: ServerlessApplicationRepository: AWS Serverless Application Repository now supports nested applications. You can nest individual applications as components of a larger application to make it easy to assemble and deploy new serverless architectures.
  • feature: StepFunctions: AWS Step Functions is now integrated with eight additional AWS services: Amazon ECS, AWS Fargate, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon SNS, Amazon SQS, AWS Batch, AWS Glue, and Amazon SageMaker. To learn more, please see https://docs.aws.amazon.com/step-functions/index.html
  • feature: XRay: GetTraceSummaries - Now provides additional information regarding your application traces such as Availability Zone, Instance ID, Resource ARN details, Revision, Entry Point, Root Cause Exceptions and Root Causes for Fault, Error and Response Time.

2.366.0

  • feature: AppMesh: AWS App Mesh is a service mesh that makes it easy to monitor and control communications between microservices of an application. AWS App Mesh APIs are available for preview in eu-west-1, us-east-1, us-east-2, and us-west-2 regions.
  • feature: EC2: Adds the following updates: 1. You can now hibernate and resume Amazon-EBS backed instances using the StopInstances and StartInstances APIs. For more information about using this feature and supported instance types and operating systems, visit the user guide. 2. Amazon Elastic Inference accelerators are resources that you can attach to current generation EC2 instances to accelerate your deep learning inference workloads. With Amazon Elastic Inference, you can configure the right amount of inference acceleration to your deep learning application without being constrained by fixed hardware configurations and limited GPU selection. 3. AWS License Manager makes it easier to manage licenses in AWS and on premises when customers run applications using existing licenses from a variety of software vendors including Microsoft, SAP, Oracle, and IBM.
  • feature: LicenseManager: AWS License Manager makes it easier to manage licenses in AWS and on premises when customers run applications using existing licenses from a variety of software vendors including Microsoft, SAP, Oracle, and IBM. AWS License Manager automatically tracks and controls license usage once administrators have created and enforced rules that emulate the terms of their licensing agreements. The capabilities of AWS License Manager are available through SDK and Tools, besides the management console and CLI.
  • feature: Lightsail: This update adds the following features: 1. Copy instance and disk snapshots within the same AWS Region or from one region to another in Amazon Lightsail. 2. Export Lightsail instance and disk snapshots to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2). 3. Create an Amazon EC2 instance from an exported Lightsail instance snapshot using AWS CloudFormation stacks. 4. Apply tags to filter your Lightsail resources, or organize your costs, or control access.
  • feature: SageMaker: Amazon SageMaker now has Algorithm and Model Package entities that can be used to create Training Jobs, Hyperparameter Tuning Jobs and hosted Models. Subscribed Marketplace products can be used on SageMaker to create Training Jobs, Hyperparameter Tuning Jobs and Models. Notebook Instances and Endpoints can leverage Elastic Inference accelerator types for on-demand GPU computing. Model optimizations can be performed with Compilation Jobs. Labeling Jobs can be created and supported by a Workforce. Models can now contain up to 5 containers allowing for inference pipelines within Endpoints. Code Repositories (such as Git) can be linked with SageMaker and loaded into Notebook Instances. Network isolation is now possible on Models, Training Jobs, and Hyperparameter Tuning Jobs, which restricts inbound/outbound network calls for the container. However, containers can talk to their peers in distributed training mode within the same security group. A Public Beta Search API was added that currently supports Training Jobs.
  • feature: ServiceDiscovery: AWS Cloud Map lets you define friendly names for your cloud resources so that your applications can quickly and dynamically discover them. When a resource becomes available (for example, an Amazon EC2 instance running a web server), you can register a Cloud Map service instance. Then your application can discover service instances by submitting DNS queries or API calls.

2.365.0

  • feature: DynamoDB: Amazon DynamoDB now supports the following features: DynamoDB on-demand and transactions. DynamoDB on-demand is a flexible new billing option for DynamoDB capable of serving thousands of requests per second without capacity planning. DynamoDB on-demand offers simple pay-per-request pricing for read and write requests so that you only pay for what you use, making it easy to balance costs and performance. Transactions simplify the developer experience of making coordinated, all-or-nothing changes to multiple items both within and across tables. The new transactional APIs provide atomicity, consistency, isolation, and durability (ACID) in DynamoDB, helping developers support sophisticated workflows and business logic that requires adding, updating, or deleting multiple items using native, server-side transactions. For more information, see the Amazon DynamoDB Developer Guide.
  • feature: FSx: Amazon FSx provides fully-managed third-party file systems optimized for a variety of enterprise and compute-intensive workloads.
  • feature: RDS: Amazon Aurora Global Database. This release introduces support for Global Database, a feature that allows a single Amazon Aurora database to span multiple AWS regions. Customers can use the feature to replicate data with no impact on database performance, enable fast local reads with low latency in each region, and improve disaster recovery from region-wide outages. You can create, modify and describe an Aurora Global Database, as well as add or remove regions from your Global Database.
  • feature: SecurityHub: AWS Security Hub is a security and compliance center that correlates AWS security findings and performs automated compliance checks

2.364.0

  • feature: CloudWatchLogs: Six new APIs added to support CloudWatch Logs Insights. The APIs are StartQuery, StopQuery, GetQueryResults, GetLogRecord, GetLogGroupFields, and DescribeQueries.
  • feature: CodeDeploy: Support for Amazon ECS service deployment - AWS CodeDeploy now supports the deployment of Amazon ECS services. An Amazon ECS deployment uses an Elastic Load Balancer, two Amazon ECS target groups, and a listener to reroute production traffic from your Amazon ECS service's original task set to a new replacement task set. The original task set is terminated when the deployment is complete. Success of a deployment can be validated using Lambda functions that are referenced by the deployment. This provides the opportunity to rollback if necessary. You can use the new ECSService, ECSTarget, and ECSTaskSet data types in the updated SDK to create or retrieve an Amazon ECS deployment.
  • feature: ComprehendMedical: The first release of Comprehend Medical includes two APIs, detectPHI and detectEntities. DetectPHI extracts PHI from your clinical text, and detectEntities extracts entities such as medication, medical conditions, or anatomy. DetectEntities also extracts attributes (e.g. dosage for medication) and identifies contextual traits (e.g. negation) for each entity.
  • feature: EC2: With VPC sharing, you can now allow multiple accounts in the same AWS Organization to launch their application resources, like EC2 instances, RDS databases, and Redshift clusters into shared, centrally managed VPCs.
  • feature: ECS: This release of Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) introduces support for blue/green deployment feature. Customers can now update their ECS services in a blue/green deployment pattern via using AWS CodeDeploy.
  • feature: KinesisAnalytics: Improvements to error messages, validations, and more to the Kinesis Data Analytics APIs.
  • feature: KinesisAnalyticsV2: Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics now supports Java-based stream processing applications, in addition to the previously supported SQL. Now, you can use your own Java code in Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics to build and run stream processing applications. This new capability also comes with an update to the previous Amazon Kinesis Data Analytics APIs to enable support for different runtime environments and more.
  • feature: MarketplaceMetering: RegisterUsage operation added to AWS Marketplace Metering Service, allowing sellers to meter and entitle Docker container software use with AWS Marketplace. For details on integrating Docker containers with RegisterUsage see: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/marketplace/latest/userguide/entitlement-and-metering-for-paid-products.html
  • feature: MediaConnect: This is the initial release for AWS Elemental MediaConnect, an ingest and transport service for live video. This new AWS service allows broadcasters and content owners to send high-value live content into the cloud, securely transmit it to partners for distribution, and replicate it to multiple destinations around the globe.
  • feature: Translate: This release includes the new custom terminology feature. Using custom terminology with your translation requests enables you to make sure that your brand names, character names, model names, and other unique content is translated exactly the way you need it, regardless of its context and the Amazon Translate algorithm's decision. See the documentation for more information.

2.363.0

  • feature: EC2: Adds the following updates: 1. Transit Gateway helps easily scale connectivity across thousands of Amazon VPCs, AWS accounts, and on-premises networks. 2. Amazon EC2 A1 instance is a new Arm architecture based general purpose instance. 3. You can now launch the new Amazon EC2 compute optimized C5n instances that can utilize up to 100 Gbps of network bandwidth.
  • feature: GlobalAccelerator: AWS Global Accelerator is a network layer service that helps you improve the availability and performance of the applications that you offer to your global customers. Global Accelerator uses the AWS global network to direct internet traffic from your users to your applications running in AWS Regions. Global Accelerator creates a fixed entry point for your applications through static anycast IP addresses, and routes user traffic to the optimal endpoint based on performance, application health and routing policies that you can configure. Global Accelerator supports the following features at launch: static anycast IP addresses, support for TCP and UDP, support for Network Load Balancers, Application Load Balancers and Elastic-IP address endpoints, continuous health checking, instant regional failover, fault isolating Network Zones, granular traffic controls, and client affinity.
  • feature: Greengrass: Support Greengrass Connectors and allow Lambda functions to run without Greengrass containers.
  • feature: IoTAnalytics: Added an optional list of dataset content delivery configuration for CreateDataset and UpdateDataset. DescribeDataset will now include the list of delivery configuration, and will be an empty array if none exist.
  • feature: Iot: As part of this release, we are extending capability of AWS IoT Rules Engine to support IoT Events rule action. The IoT Events rule action lets you send messages from IoT sensors and applications to IoT Events for pattern recognition and event detection.
  • feature: KMS: AWS Key Management Service (KMS) now enables customers to create and manage dedicated, single-tenant key stores in addition to the default KMS key store. These are known as custom key stores and are deployed using AWS CloudHSM clusters. Keys that are created in a KMS custom key store can be used like any other customer master key in KMS.
  • feature: S3: Four new Amazon S3 Glacier features help you reduce your storage costs by making it even easier to build archival applications using the Amazon S3 Glacier storage class. S3 Object Lock enables customers to apply Write Once Read Many (WORM) protection to objects in S3 in order to prevent object deletion for a customer-defined retention period. S3 Inventory now supports fields for reporting on S3 Object Lock. "ObjectLockRetainUntilDate", "ObjectLockMode", and "ObjectLockLegalHoldStatus" are now available as valid optional fields.
  • feature: SMS: In this release, AWS Server Migration Service (SMS) has added multi-server migration support to simplify the application migration process. Customers can migrate all their application-specific servers together as a single unit as opposed to moving individual server one at a time. The new functionality includes - 1. Ability to group on-premises servers into applications and application tiers. 2. Auto-generated CloudFormation Template and Stacks for launching migrated servers into EC2. 3. Ability to run post-launch configuration scripts to configure servers and applications in EC2. In order for SMS to launch servers into your AWS account using CloudFormation Templates, we have also updated the ServerMigrationServiceRole IAM policy to include appropriate permissions. Refer to Server Migration Service documentation for more details.

2.362.0

  • bugfix: Config: fix useDualstack typing
  • feature: Amplify: Release of AWS Amplify: Everything you need to develop & deploy cloud-powered mobile and web apps.
  • feature: DataSync: AWS DataSync simplifies, automates, and accelerates moving and replicating data between on-premises storage and AWS services over the network.
  • feature: RoboMaker: (New Service) AWS RoboMaker is a service that makes it easy to develop, simulate, and deploy intelligent robotics applications at scale.
  • feature: S3: The INTELLIGENT_TIERING storage class is designed to optimize storage costs by automatically moving data to the most cost effective storage access tier, without performance impact or operational overhead. This SDK release provides API support for this new storage class.
  • feature: Snowball: AWS announces the availability of AWS Snowball Edge Compute Optimized to run compute-intensive applications is disconnected and physically harsh environments. It comes with 52 vCPUs, 208GB memory, 8TB NVMe SSD, and 42TB S3-compatible storage to accelerate local processing and is well suited for use cases such as full motion video processing, deep IoT analytics, and continuous machine learning in bandwidth-constrained locations. It features new instances types called SBE-C instances that are available in eight sizes and multiple instances can be run on the device at the same time. Optionally, developers can choose the compute optimized device to include a GPU and use SBE-G instances for accelerating their application performance.
  • feature: Transfer: AWS Transfer for SFTP is a fully managed service that enables transfer of secure data over the internet into and out of Amazon S3. SFTP is deeply embedded in data exchange workflows across different industries such as financial services, healthcare, advertising, and retail, among others.
  • feature: protocol: Add support for 'endpoint' trait in API operation model

2.361.0

  • feature: Rekognition: This release updates the DetectFaces and IndexFaces operation. When the Attributes input parameter is set to ALL, the face location landmarks includes 5 new landmarks: upperJawlineLeft, midJawlineLeft, chinBottom, midJawlineRight, upperJawlineRight.

2.360.0

  • feature: AppSync: AWS AppSync now supports: 1. Pipeline Resolvers - Enables execution of one or more operations against multiple data sources in order, on a single GraphQL field. This allows orchestration of actions by composing code into a single Resolver, or share code across Resolvers. 2. Aurora Serverless Data Source - Built-in resolver for executing GraphQL operations with the new Aurora Serverless Data API, including connection management functionality.
  • feature: AutoScalingPlans: In this release, AWS Auto Scaling adds three features: 1) Predictive scaling for EC2 Auto Scaling, which analyzes your application workload history to forecast future capacity requirements, 2) an option to replace existing scaling policies that are associated with the resources in your scaling plan, and 3) an option that allows you to use predictive scaling with or without your plan's dynamic scaling feature.
  • feature: CloudFront: With Origin Failover capability in CloudFront, you can setup two origins for your distributions - primary and secondary, such that your content is served from your secondary origin if CloudFront detects that your primary origin is unavailable. These origins can be any combination of AWS origins or non-AWS custom HTTP origins. For example, you can have two Amazon S3 buckets that serve as your origin that you independently upload your content to. If an object that CloudFront requests from your primary bucket is not present or if connection to your primary bucket times-out, CloudFront will request the object from your secondary bucket. So, you can configure CloudFront to trigger a failover in response to either HTTP 4xx or 5xx status codes.
  • feature: CloudWatch: Amazon CloudWatch now supports alarms on metric math expressions.
  • feature: DeviceFarm: Disabling device filters
  • feature: MediaLive: You can now include the media playlist(s) from both pipelines in the HLS master manifest for seamless failover.
  • feature: QuickSight: Amazon QuickSight is a fully managed, serverless, cloud business intelligence system that allows you to extend data and insights to every user in your organization. The first release of APIs for Amazon QuickSight introduces embedding and user/group management capabilities. The get-dashboard-embed-url API allows you to obtain an authenticated dashboard URL that can be embedded in application domains whitelisted for QuickSight dashboard embedding. User APIs allow you to programmatically expand and manage your QuickSight deployments while group APIs allow easier permissions management for resources within QuickSight.
  • feature: RDSDataService: The RDS Data API Beta is available for the MySQL-compatible edition of Amazon Aurora Serverless in the US East (N. Virginia) Region. This API enables you to easily access Aurora Serverless with web services-based applications including AWS Lambda and AWS AppSync.
  • feature: SSM: AWS Systems Manager Distributor helps you securely distribute and install software packages.
  • feature: XRay: Groups build upon X-Ray filter expressions to allow for fine tuning trace summaries and service graph results. You can configure groups by using the AWS X-Ray console or by using the CreateGroup API. The addition of groups has extended the available request fields to the GetServiceGraph API. You can now specify a group name or group ARN to retrieve its service graph.

2.359.0

  • feature: Batch: Adding multinode parallel jobs, placement group support for compute environments.
  • feature: CloudFormation: Use the CAPABILITY_AUTO_EXPAND capability to create or update a stack directly from a stack template that contains macros, without first reviewing the resulting changes in a change set first.
  • feature: CloudTrail: This release supports creating a trail in CloudTrail that logs events for all AWS accounts in an organization in AWS Organizations. This helps enable you to define a uniform event logging strategy for your organization. An organization trail is applied automatically to each account in the organization and cannot be modified by member accounts. To learn more, please see the AWS CloudTrail User Guide https://docs.aws.amazon.com/awscloudtrail/latest/userguide/cloudtrail-user-guide.html
  • feature: ConfigService: In this release, AWS Config adds support for aggregating the configuration data of AWS resources into multi-account and multi-region aggregators. AWS Config adds four APIs to query and retrieve aggregated resource configurations. 1) BatchGetAggregateResourceConfig, returns the current configuration items for resources that are present in your AWS Config aggregator. 2) GetAggregateDiscoveredResourceCounts, returns the resource counts across accounts and regions that are present in your AWS Config aggregator. 3) GetAggregateResourceConfig, returns current configuration item that is aggregated for your specific resource in a specific source account and region. 4) ListAggregateDiscoveredResources, accepts a resource type and returns a list of resource identifiers that are aggregated for a specific resource type across accounts and regions.
  • feature: DeviceFarm: Customers can now schedule runs without a need to create a Device Pool. They also get realtime information on public device availability.
  • feature: EC2: Adding AvailabilityZoneId to DescribeAvailabilityZones
  • feature: Iot: IoT now supports resource tagging and tag based access control for Billing Groups, Thing Groups, Thing Types, Jobs, and Security Profiles. IoT Billing Groups help you group devices to categorize and track your costs. AWS IoT Device Management also introduces three new features: 1. Dynamic thing groups. 2. Jobs dynamic rollouts. 3. Device connectivity indexing. Dynamic thing groups lets you to create a group of devices using a Fleet Indexing query. The devices in your group will be automatically added or removed when they match your specified query criteria. Jobs dynamic rollout allows you to configure an exponentially increasing rate of deployment for device updates and define failure criteria to cancel your job. Device connectivity indexing allows you to index your devices' lifecycle events to discover whether devices are connected or disconnected to AWS IoT.
  • feature: Lambda: AWS Lambda now supports python3.7 and the Kinesis Data Streams (KDS) enhanced fan-out and HTTP/2 data retrieval features for Kinesis event sources.
  • feature: MediaConvert: AWS Elemental MediaConvert SDK has added several features including support for: SPEKE full document encryption, up to 150 elements for input stitching, input and motion image insertion, AWS CLI path arguments in S3 links including special characters, AFD signaling, additional caption types, and client-side encrypted input files.
  • feature: RDS: This release adds a new parameter to specify VPC security groups for restore from DB snapshot, restore to point int time and create read replica operations. For more information, see Amazon RDS Documentation.
  • feature: WorkDocs: With this release, clients can now use the GetResources API to fetch files and folders from the user's SharedWithMe collection. And also through this release, the existing DescribeActivities API has been enhanced to support additional filters such as the ActivityType and the ResourceId.
  • feature: WorkSpaces: Added new APIs to Modify and Describe WorkSpaces client properties for users in a directory. With the new APIs, you can enable/disable remember me option in WorkSpaces client for users in a directory.

2.358.0

  • feature: Comprehend: Amazon Comprehend Custom Entities automatically trains entity recognition models using your entities and noun-based phrases.
  • feature: CostExplorer: This release introduces a new operation called GetCostForecast operation, which allows you to programmatically access AWS Cost Explorer's forecasting engine and is now generally available.
  • feature: ECS: This release of Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) introduces support for additional Docker flags as Task Definition parameters. Customers can now configure their ECS Tasks to use pidMode (pid) and ipcMode (ipc) Docker flags.
  • feature: SSM: AWS Systems Manager Automation now allows you to execute and manage Automation workflows across multiple accounts and regions.
  • feature: WorkSpaces: Added new Bring Your Own License (BYOL) automation APIs. With the new APIs, you can list available management CIDR ranges for dedicated tenancy, enable your account for BYOL, describe BYOL status of your account, and import BYOL images. Added new APIs to also describe and delete WorkSpaces images.

2.357.0

  • feature: CodeBuild: Adding queue phase and configurable queue timeout to CodeBuild.
  • feature: Comprehend: Amazon Comprehend Custom Classification automatically trains classification models using your text and custom labels.
  • feature: DMS: Settings structures have been added to our DMS endpoint APIs to support Kinesis and Elasticsearch as targets. We are introducing the ability to configure custom DNS name servers on a replication instance as a beta feature.
  • feature: DirectConnect: This release enables DirectConnect customers to have logical redundancy on virtual interfaces within supported DirectConnect locations.
  • feature: ECS: In this release, Amazon ECS introduces multiple features. First, ECS now supports integration with Systems Manager Parameter Store for injecting runtime secrets. Second, ECS introduces support for resources tagging. Finally, ECS introduces a new ARN and ID Format for its resources, and provides new APIs for opt-in to the new formats.
  • feature: IAM: We are making it easier for you to manage your AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) resources by enabling you to add tags to your IAM principals (users and roles). Adding tags on IAM principals will enable you to write fewer policies for permissions management and make policies easier to comprehend. Additionally, tags will also make it easier for you to grant access to AWS resources.
  • feature: Pinpoint: 1. With Amazon Pinpoint Voice, you can use text-to-speech technology to deliver personalized voice messages to your customers. Amazon Pinpoint Voice is a great way to deliver transactional messages -- such as one-time passwords and identity confirmations -- to customers. 2. Adding support for Campaign Event Triggers. With Campaign Event Triggers you can now schedule campaigns to execute based on incoming event data and target just the source of the event.
  • feature: PinpointSMSVoice: With Amazon Pinpoint Voice, you can use text-to-speech technology to deliver personalized voice messages to your customers. Amazon Pinpoint Voice is a way to deliver transactional messages -- such as one-time passwords and appointment confirmations to customers.
  • feature: RAM: This is the initial release of AWS Resource Access Manager (RAM) which provides you the ability to share your resources across AWS accounts or within your AWS Organization. You can now create resources centrally and use AWS RAM to share those resources with other accounts, eliminating the need to provision and manage resources in every account. When you share a resource with another account, that account is granted access. Any policies and permissions in that account apply to the shared resource.
  • feature: RDS: Introduces DB Instance Automated Backups for the MySQL, MariaDB, PostgreSQL, Oracle and Microsoft SQL Server database engines. You can now retain Amazon RDS automated backups (system snapshots and transaction logs) when you delete a database instance. This allows you to restore a deleted database instance to a specified point in time within the backup retention period even after it has been deleted, protecting you against accidental deletion of data. For more information, see Amazon RDS Documentation.
  • feature: Redshift: With this release, Redshift is providing API's for better snapshot management by supporting user defined automated snapshot schedules, retention periods for manual snapshots, and aggregate snapshot actions including batch deleting user snapshots, viewing account level snapshot storage metrics, and better filtering and sorting on the describe-cluster-snapshots API. Automated snapshots can be scheduled to be taken at a custom interval and the schedule created can be reused across clusters. Manual snapshot retention periods can be set at the cluster, snapshot, and cross-region-copy level. The retention period set on a manual snapshot indicates how many days the snapshot will be retained before being automatically deleted.
  • feature: Route53Resolver: This is the first release of the Amazon Route 53 Resolver API. Customers now have the ability to create and manage Amazon Route 53 Resolver endpoints and Amazon Route 53 Resolver rules.
  • feature: S3: Add support for new S3 Block Public Access bucket-level APIs. The new Block Public Access settings allow bucket owners to prevent public access to S3 data via bucket/object ACLs or bucket policies.
  • feature: S3Control: Add support for new S3 Block Public Access account-level APIs. The Block Public Access settings allow account owners to prevent public access to S3 data via bucket/object ACLs or bucket policies.
  • feature: TranscribeService: With this release, Amazon Transcribe now publicly supports transcriptions from audio sources in British English (en-GB), Australian English (en-AU), and Canadian French (fr-CA). Amazon Transcribe now also supports the following languages in Private beta: Germany German (de-DE), Brazil Portuguese (pt-BR), France French (fr-FR).

2.356.0

  • feature: AutoScaling: EC2 Auto Scaling now allows users to provision and automatically scale instances across purchase options (Spot, On-Demand, and RIs) and instance types in a single Auto Scaling group (ASG).
  • feature: EC2: Amazon EC2 Fleet now supports a new request type "Instant" that you can use to provision capacity synchronously across instance types & purchase models and CreateFleet will return the instances launched in the API response.
  • feature: MediaTailor: AWS Elemental MediaTailor SDK now returns a manifest endpoint prefix for clients to initiate a DASH playback session.
  • feature: ResourceGroups: The AWS Resource Groups service added support for AWS CloudFormation stack-based groups.
  • feature: SNS: Added an optional request parameter, named Attributes, to the Amazon SNS CreateTopic API action. For more information, see the Amazon SNS API Reference (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/sns/latest/api/API_CreateTopic.html).
  • feature: SageMaker: SageMaker now makes the final set of metrics published from training jobs available in the DescribeTrainingJob results. Automatic Model Tuning now supports warm start of hyperparameter tuning jobs. Notebook instances now support a larger number of instance types to include instances from the ml.t3, ml.m5, ml.c4, ml.c5 families.
  • feature: ServiceCatalog: Adds support for Cloudformation StackSets in Service Catalog

2.355.0

  • feature: Chime: This release adds support in ListUsers API to filter the list by an email address.
  • feature: Redshift: Amazon Redshift provides the option to defer non-mandatory maintenance updates to a later date.

2.354.0

  • bugfix: Endpoint Discovery: Not to inspect environmental variables in browsers
  • feature: Batch: Adding EC2 Launch Template support in AWS Batch Compute Environments.
  • feature: Budgets: 1. Added budget performance history, enabling you to see how well your budgets matched your actual costs and usage. 2. Added budget performance history, notification state, and last updated time, enabling you to see how well your budgets matched your actual costs and usage, how often your budget alerts triggered, and when your budget was last updated.
  • feature: CloudFormation: The Drift Detection feature enables customers to detect whether a stack's actual configuration differs, or has drifted, from its expected configuration as defined within AWS CloudFormation.
  • feature: CodePipeline: Add support for cross-region pipeline with accompanying definitions as needed in the AWS CodePipeline API Guide.
  • feature: Firehose: With this release, Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose allows you to enable/disable server-side encryption(SSE) for your delivery streams ensuring encryption of data at rest. For technical documentation, look at https://docs.aws.amazon.com/firehose/latest/dev/encryption.html
  • feature: Polly: Amazon Polly adds new female voices: Italian - Bianca, Castilian Spanish - Lucia and new language: Mexican Spanish with new female voice - Mia.
  • feature: RDS: API Update for RDS: this update enables Custom Endpoints, a new feature compatible with Aurora Mysql, Aurora PostgreSQL and Neptune that allows users to configure a customizable endpoint that will provide access to their instances in a cluster.

2.353.0

  • feature: MediaPackage: As a part of SPEKE DRM encryption, MediaPackage now supports encrypted content keys. You can enable this enhanced content protection in an OriginEndpoint's encryption settings. When this is enabled, MediaPackage indicates to the key server that it requires an encrypted response. To use this, your DRM key provider must support content key encryption. For details on this feature, see the AWS MediaPackage User Guide at https://docs.aws.amazon.com/mediapackage/latest/ug/what-is.html.

2.352.0

  • feature: DLM: Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager adds support for copying EBS volume tags to EBS snapshots. AWS resource tags allow customers to add metadata and apply access policies to your Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) resources. Starting today, customers can use Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM) to copy tags on EBS volumes to EBS snapshots. This allows customers to easily set snapshot metadata, such as access policies, to match the parent volume. Customers can enable this functionality on new or existing lifecycle policies. They can also choose to disable it at a future date.
  • feature: Endpoint Discovery: Some services provide endpoint discovery operations (e.g. 'DescribeEndpoints()'). This SDK feature, if turned on, will automatically request endpoints from services if needed and cache the endpoints returned.
  • feature: MediaLive: You can now switch a live channel between preconfigured inputs. This means assigned inputs for a running channel can be changed according to a defined schedule. You can also use MP4 files as inputs.

2.351.0

  • feature: CostExplorer: Enable Payer Accounts to View Linked Account Recommendations. Payer Accounts can specify "LINKED" as scope in the request now. In the response, there is a new filed called AccountId in ReservationPurchaseRecommendationDetail for indicating which account is this recommendation detail belongs to.
  • feature: DMS: Update the DMS TestConnectionSucceeds waiter.
  • feature: EC2: VM Import/Export now supports generating encrypted EBS snapshots, as well as AMIs backed by encrypted EBS snapshots during the import process.

2.350.0

  • feature: APIGateway: AWS WAF integration with APIGW. Changes for adding webAclArn as a part of Stage output. When the user calls a get-stage or get-stages, webAclArn will also be returned as a part of the output.
  • feature: EC2: You can now launch the new Amazon EC2 memory optimized R5a and general purpose M5a instances families that feature AMD EPYC processors.
  • feature: Pinpoint: This update adds the ability to send transactional email by using the SendMessage API. Transactional emails are emails that you send directly to specific email addresses. Unlike campaign-based email that you send from Amazon Pinpoint, you don't have to create segments and campaigns in order to send transactional email.
  • feature: PinpointEmail: This is the first release of the Amazon Pinpoint Email API. You can use this API to configure and send transactional email from your Amazon Pinpoint account to specific email addresses. Unlike campaign-based email that you send from Amazon Pinpoint, you don't have to create segments and campaigns in order to send transactional email.
  • feature: WAFRegional: You can now use AWS WAF to configure protections for your Amazon API Gateway APIs. This will enable you to block (or count) undesired traffic to your APIs based on the different AWS WAF rules and conditions you create. For more information about AWS WAF, see the AWS WAF Developer Guide.

2.349.0

  • bugfix: ManagedUpload: add fix for #2304: handle situation of same part being sent twice
  • feature: EKS: Adds waiters for ClusterActive and ClusterDeleted
  • feature: ServerlessApplicationRepository: New AWS Serverless Application Repository APIs that support creating and reading a broader set of AWS CloudFormation templates, as well as enhancements to our existing APIs.

2.348.0

  • feature: CloudDirectory: ListObjectParents API now supports a bool parameter IncludeAllLinksToEachParent, which if set to true, will return a ParentLinks list instead of a Parents map; BatchRead API now supports ListObjectParents operation.
  • feature: Rekognition: This release updates the DetectLabels operation. Bounding boxes are now returned for certain objects, a hierarchical taxonomy is now available for labels, and you can now get the version of the detection model used for detection.

2.347.0

  • feature: ServiceCatalog: Service Catalog integration with AWS Organizations, enables customers to more easily create and manage a portfolio of IT services across an organization. Administrators can now take advantage of the AWS account structure and account groupings configured in AWS Organizations to share Service Catalog Portfolios increasing agility and reducing risk. With this integration the admin user will leverage the trust relationship that exists within the accounts of the Organization to share portfolios to the entire Organization, a specific Organizational Unit or a specific Account.

2.346.0

  • feature: ConfigService: With this release, AWS Config updated the ResourceType values. The updated list includes AWS Systems Manager AssociationCompliance and PatchCompliance, AWS Shield regional Protection, AWS Config ResourceCompliance, and AWS CodePipeline Pipeline.
  • feature: Greengrass: Greengrass APIs now support bulk deployment operations, and APIs that list definition versions now support pagination.
  • feature: MediaStoreData: The object size limit is increased from 10MB to 25MB and the content type is more permissive.

2.345.0

  • feature: Chime: This is the initial release for the Amazon Chime AWS SDK. In this release, Amazon Chime adds support for administrative actions on users and accounts. API Documentation is also updated on https://docs.aws.amazon.com/chime/index.html
  • feature: Credentials: httpsOptions for STS in SharedIniFileCredentials
  • feature: DMS: Add waiters for TestConnectionSucceeds, EndpointDeleted, ReplicationInstanceAvailable, ReplicationInstanceDeleted, ReplicationTaskReady, ReplicationTaskStopped, ReplicationTaskRunning and ReplicationTaskDeleted.
  • feature: RDS: This release adds the listener connection endpoint for SQL Server Always On to the list of fields returned when performing a describe-db-instances operation.

2.344.0

  • bugfix: Core: Fixes issue where connectTimeout timers would not be cleared if a request errored out. Only affects node.js.
  • feature: SSM: Compliance Severity feature release for State Manager. Users now have the ability to select compliance severity to their association in state manager console or CLI.
  • feature: SageMaker: SageMaker notebook instances can now have a volume size configured.

2.343.0

  • feature: EC2: As part of this release we are introducing EC2 On-Demand Capacity Reservations. With On-Demand Capacity Reservations, customers can reserve the exact EC2 capacity they need, and can keep it only for as long as they need it.

2.342.0

  • feature: AlexaForBusiness: We extended the functionality of the Alexa for Business SDK, including additional support for third-party Alexa built-in devices, managing private and public skills, and conferencing setup.
  • feature: CodeStar: This release lets you create projects from source code and a toolchain definition that you provide.

2.341.0

  • feature: EC2: Provides customers the ability to Bring Your Own IP (BYOIP) prefix. You can bring part or all of your public IPv4 address range from your on-premises network to your AWS account. You continue to own the address range, but AWS advertises it on the internet.

2.340.0

  • feature: Inspector: Finding will be decorated with ec2 related metadata
  • feature: Shield: AWS Shield Advanced API introduced a new service-specific AccessDeniedException which will be thrown when accessing individual attack information without sufficient permission.

2.339.0

  • feature: Configuration: cache shared ini files for later use
  • feature: SSM: Rate Control feature release for State Manager. Users now have the ability to apply rate control parameters similar to run command to their association in state manager console or CLI.
  • feature: WorkSpaces: Added support for PowerPro and GraphicsPro WorkSpaces bundles.

2.338.0

  • feature: AppStream: This API update adds support for creating, managing, and deleting users in the AppStream 2.0 user pool.
  • feature: MediaLive: This release allows you to now turn on Quality-Defined Variable Bitrate (QVBR) encoding for your AWS Elemental MediaLive channels. You can now deliver a consistently high-quality video viewing experience while reducing overall distribution bitrates by using Quality-Defined Variable Bitrate (QVBR) encoding with AWS Elemental MediaLive. QVBR is a video compression technique that automatically adjusts output bitrates to the complexity of source content and only use the bits required to maintain a defined level of quality. This means using QVBR encoding, you can save on distribution cost, while maintaining, or increasing video quality for your viewers.
  • feature: Route53: This change allows customers to disable health checks.

2.337.0

  • bugfix: npmignore: update npmignore to exclude unit tests from npm
  • feature: CloudWatchEvents: AWS Events - AWS Organizations Support in Event-Bus Policies. This release introduces a new parameter in the PutPermission API named Condition. Using the Condition parameter, customers can allow one or more AWS Organizations to access their CloudWatch Events Event-Bus resource.

2.336.0

  • feature: Glue: New Glue APIs for creating, updating, reading and deleting Data Catalog resource-based policies.
  • feature: Lightsail: Adds support for Lightsail managed databases.
  • feature: ResourceGroups: AWS Resource Groups service added a new feature to filter resource groups by resource-type when using the ListGroups operation.

2.335.0

  • feature: RDS: This release adds a new parameter to specify the DB instance or cluster parameter group for restore from DB snapshot and restore to point int time operations. For more information, see Amazon RDS Documentation.
  • feature: ServiceCatalog: AWS Service Catalog enables you to reduce administrative maintenance and end-user training while adhering to compliance and security measures. With service actions, you as the administrator can enable end users to perform operational tasks, troubleshoot issues, run approved commands, or request permissions within Service Catalog. Service actions are defined using AWS Systems Manager documents, where you have access to pre-defined actions that implement AWS best practices, such asEC2 stop and reboot, as well as the ability to define custom actions.

2.334.0

  • feature: CloudTrail: The LookupEvents API now supports two new attribute keys: ReadOnly and AccessKeyId

2.333.0

  • feature: Athena: 1. GetQueryExecution API changes to return statementType of a submitted Athena query. 2. GetQueryResults API changes to return the number of rows added to a table when a CTAS query is executed.
  • feature: DirectConnect: This release adds support for Jumbo Frames over AWS Direct Connect. You can now set MTU value when creating new virtual interfaces. This release also includes a new API to modify MTU value of existing virtual interfaces.
  • feature: EC2: You can now launch the smaller-sized G3 instance called g3s.xlarge. G3s.xlarge provides 4 vCPU, 30.5 GB RAM and a NVIDIA Tesla M60 GPU. It is ideal for remote workstations, engineering and architectural applications, and 3D visualizations and rendering for visual effects.
  • feature: MediaConvert: Added Paginators for all the MediaConvert list operations
  • feature: TranscribeService: With this release, Amazon Transcribe now supports transcriptions from audio sources in British English (en-UK), Australian English (en-AU), and Canadian French (fr-CA).

2.332.0

  • feature: Comprehend: This release adds French, Italian, German and Portuguese language support for all existing synchronous and asynchronous APIs
  • feature: ES: Amazon Elasticsearch Service now supports customer-scheduled service software updates. When new service software becomes available, you can request an update to your domain and benefit from new features more quickly. If you take no action, we update the service software automatically after a certain time frame.
  • feature: TranscribeService: With this update Amazon Transcribe now supports deleting completed transcription jobs.

2.331.0

  • feature: SSM: Adds StartDate, EndDate, and ScheduleTimezone to CreateMaintenanceWindow and UpdateMaintenanceWindow; Adds NextExecutionTime to GetMaintenanceWindow and DescribeMaintenanceWindows; Adds CancelMaintenanceWindowExecution, DescribeMaintenanceWindowSchedule and DescribeMaintenanceWindowsForTarget APIs.

2.330.0

  • feature: IoTJobsDataPlane: We are releasing job execution timeout functionalities to customers. Device can now set and update their job execution timeout.
  • feature: Iot: We are releasing job execution timeout functionalities to customers. Customer now can set job execution timeout on the job level when creating a job.

2.329.0

  • feature: DirectoryService: SDK changes to create a new type of trust for active directory

2.328.0

  • feature: APIGateway: Adding support for multi-value parameters in TestInvokeMethod and TestInvokeAuthorizer.
  • feature: CodeBuild: Add resolved source version field in build output
  • feature: SSM: Adds RejectedPatchesAction to baseline to enable stricted validation of the rejected Patches List ; Add InstalledRejected and InstallOverrideList to compliance reporting
  • feature: StorageGateway: AWS Storage Gateway now enables you to specify folders and subfolders when you update your file gateway's view of your S3 objects using the Refresh Cache API.

2.327.0

  • feature: SageMaker: Waiter for SageMaker Batch Transform Jobs.

2.326.0

  • feature: GuardDuty: Support optional FindingPublishingFrequency parameter in CreateDetector and UpdateDetector operations, and ClientToken on Create* operations

2.325.0

  • bugfix: ParameterValidation: Uri parameters are now validated to ensure they contain at least 1 character. This fixes issues with S3 where passing Key with an empty string can sometimes cause a different operation to be called.
  • feature: CodeStar: This release enables tagging CodeStar Projects at creation. The CreateProject API now includes optional tags parameter.
  • feature: EC2: You can now use EC2 High Memory instances with 6 TiB memory (u-6tb1.metal), 9 TiB memory (u-9tb1.metal), and 12 TiB memory (u-12tb1.metal), which are ideal for running large in-memory databases, including production deployments of SAP HANA. These instances offer 448 logical processors, where each logical processor is a hyperthread on 224 cores. These instance deliver high networking throughput and lower latency with up to 25 Gbps of aggregate network bandwidth using Elastic Network Adapter (ENA)-based Enhanced Networking. These instances are EBS-Optimized by default, and support encrypted and unencrypted EBS volumes. This instance is only available in host-tenancy. You will need an EC2 Dedicated Host for this instance type to launch an instance.

2.324.0

  • feature: APIGateway: Adding support for OpenAPI 3.0 import and export.
  • feature: CodeCommit: This release adds API support for getting the contents of a file, getting the contents of a folder, and for deleting a file in an AWS CodeCommit repository.
  • feature: MQ: Amazon MQ supports ActiveMQ 5.15.6, in addition to 5.15.0. Automatic minor version upgrades can be toggled. Updated the documentation.

2.323.0

  • feature: Glue: AWS Glue now supports data encryption at rest for ETL jobs and development endpoints. With encryption enabled, when you run ETL jobs, or development endpoints, Glue will use AWS KMS keys to write encrypted data at rest. You can also encrypt the metadata stored in the Glue Data Catalog using keys that you manage with AWS KMS. Additionally, you can use AWS KMS keys to encrypt the logs generated by crawlers and ETL jobs as well as encrypt ETL job bookmarks. Encryption settings for Glue crawlers, ETL jobs, and development endpoints can be configured using the security configurations in Glue. Glue Data Catalog encryption can be enabled via the settings for the Glue Data Catalog.
  • feature: OpsWorksCM: This release introduces a new API called ExportServerEngineAttribute to Opsworks-CM. You can use this API call to export engine specific attributes like the UserData script used for unattended bootstrapping of new nodes that connect to the server.
  • feature: RDS: This release includes Deletion Protection for RDS databases.

2.322.0

  • feature: DirectoryService: API changes related to launch of cross account for Directory Service.
  • feature: EC2: Add pagination support for ec2.describe-route-tables API.

2.321.0

  • feature: Connect: This update adds the Amazon Connect Metrics API, which lets you get current metric data and historical metric data within 24 hours for the queues in your Amazon Connect instance.
  • feature: RDS: Adds DB engine version requirements for option group option settings, and specifies if an option setting requires a value.

2.320.0

  • feature: MediaConvert: To offer lower prices for predictable, non-urgent workloads, we propose the concept of Reserved Transcode pricing. Reserved Transcode pricing Reserved Transcoding pricing would offer the customer access to a fixed parallel processing capacity for a fixed monthly rate. This capacity would be stated in terms of number of Reserved Transcode Slots (RTSs). One RTS would be able to process one job at a time for a fixed monthly fee.

2.319.0

  • feature: DirectoryService: Added CreateLogSubscription, DeleteLogSubscription, and ListLogSubscriptions APIs for Microsoft AD. Customers can now opt in to have Windows security event logs from the domain controllers forwarded to a log group in their account.
  • feature: EC2: You can now launch f1.4xlarge, a new instance size within the existing f1 family which provides two Xilinx Virtex Field Programmable Arrays (FPGAs) for acceleration. FPGA acceleration provide additional performance and time sensitivity for specialized accelerated workloads such as clinical genomics and real-time video processing. F1.4xlarge instances are available in the US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), GovCloud (US), and EU West (Dublin) AWS Regions.
  • feature: RDS: This launch enables RDS start-db-cluster and stop-db-cluster. Stopping and starting Amazon Aurora clusters helps you manage costs for development and test environments. You can temporarily stop all the DB instances in your cluster, instead of setting up and tearing down all the DB instances each time that you use the cluster.

2.318.0

  • feature: CloudWatch: Amazon CloudWatch adds the ability to request png image snapshots of metric widgets using the GetMetricWidgetImage API.
  • feature: Organizations: Introducing a new exception - AccountOwnerNotVerifiedException which will be returned for InviteAccountToOrganization call for unverified accounts.
  • feature: S3: S3 Cross Region Replication now allows customers to use S3 object tags to filter the scope of replication. By using S3 object tags, customers can identify individual objects for replication across AWS Regions for compliance and data protection. Cross Region Replication for S3 enables automatic and asynchronous replication of objects to another AWS Region, and with this release customers can replicate at a bucket level, prefix level or by using object tags.

2.317.0

  • feature: ES: Amazon Elasticsearch Service adds support for node-to-node encryption for new domains running Elasticsearch version 6.0 and above
  • feature: Rekognition: This release updates the Amazon Rekognition IndexFaces API operation. It introduces a QualityFilter parameter that allows you to automatically filter out detected faces that are deemed to be of low quality by Amazon Rekognition. The quality bar is based on a variety of common use cases. You can filter low-quality detected faces by setting QualityFilter to AUTO, which is also the default setting. To index all detected faces regardless of quality, you can specify NONE. This release also provides a MaxFaces parameter that is useful when you want to only index the most prominent and largest faces in an image and don't want to index other faces detected in the image, such as smaller faces belonging to people standing in the background.

2.316.0

  • feature: CloudWatch: Amazon CloudWatch adds the ability to publish values and counts using PutMetricData
  • feature: CodeBuild: Support build logs configuration.
  • feature: EC2: Added support for customers to tag EC2 Dedicated Hosts on creation.
  • feature: ECS: This release of Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) introduces support for additional Docker flags as Task Definition parameters. Customers can now configure their ECS Tasks to use systemControls (sysctl), pseudoTerminal (tty), and interactive (i) Docker flags.
  • feature: ElastiCache: ElastiCache for Redis added support for adding and removing read-replicas from any cluster with no cluster downtime, Shard naming: ElastiCache for Redis customers have the option of allowing ElastiCache to create names for their node groups (shards) or generating their own node group names. For more information, see https:// docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonElastiCache/latest/APIReference/API_NodeGroupConfiguration.html, ShardsToRetain: When reducing the number of node groups (shards) in an ElastiCache for Redis (cluster mode enabled) you have the option of specifying which node groups to retain or which node groups to remove. For more information, see https:// docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonElastiCache/latest/APIReference/API_ModifyReplicationGroupShardConfiguration.html, ReservationARN: ReservedNode includes an ARN, ReservationARN, member which identifies the reserved node. For more information, see https:// docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonElastiCache/latest/APIReference/API_ReservedCacheNode.html
  • feature: ElasticTranscoder: Added support for MP2 container

2.315.0

  • feature: Polly: Amazon Polly adds Mandarin Chinese language support with new female voice - "Zhiyu"

2.314.0

  • bugfix: ReactNative: Fixes issue where attempting to use a Blob object as input to an operation would cause a parameter validaiton error in release mode.
  • feature: Connect: This update adds the Amazon Connect Update Contact Attributes API, which lets you update contact attributes for contacts in your Amazon Connect instance.
  • feature: EC2: Pagination Support for DescribeNetworkInterfaces API
  • feature: FMS: This update of Amazon Fire Wall Manager adds the ability to scope down the policy as well as to get all the member accounts belonging to a certain Fire Wall Manager admin account.

2.313.0

  • feature: SSM: Session Manager is a fully managed AWS Systems Manager capability that provides interactive one-click access to Amazon EC2 Linux and Windows instances.

2.312.0

  • feature: CloudHSMV2: With this release, we are adding 2 new APIs. DeleteBackup deletes a specified AWS CloudHSM backup. A backup can be restored up to 7 days after the DeleteBackup request. During this 7-day period, the backup will be in state PENDING_DELETION. Backups can be restored using the RestoreBackup API, which will move the backup from state PENDING_DELETION back to ACTIVE.
  • feature: Redshift: Adding support to Redshift to change the encryption type after cluster creation completes.

2.311.0

  • feature: CloudWatchLogs: * Adding a log prefix parameter for filter log events API and minor updates to the documentation
  • feature: ConfigService: Adding a new field "createdBy" to the ConfigRule data model. The field is populated only if the rule is service linked i.e the rule is created by a service. The field is empty for normal rules created by customer.

2.310.0

  • feature: APIGateway: Add support for Active X-Ray with API Gateway
  • feature: CodeCommit: This release adds additional optional fields to the pull request APIs.
  • feature: MediaConvert: This release adds support for Cost Allocation through tagging and also enables adding, editing, and removal of tags from the MediaConvert console.

2.309.0

  • feature: AppStream: Added support for enabling persistent application settings for a stack. When these settings are enabled, changes that users make to applications and Windows settings are automatically saved after each session and applied to the next session.
  • feature: DynamoDB: New feature for Amazon DynamoDB.
  • feature: ELB: Documentation update for DescribeAccountLimits API to include classic-registered-instances.
  • feature: S3: Parquet input format support added for the SelectObjectContent API

2.308.0

  • feature: Rekognition: This release introduces a new API called DescribeCollection to Amazon Rekognition. You can use DescribeCollection to get information about an existing face collection. Given the ID for a face collection, DescribeCollection returns the following information: the number of faces indexed into the collection, the version of the face detection model used by the collection, the Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the collection and the creation date/time of the collection.

2.307.0

  • feature: EKS: Amazon EKS DescribeCluster API returns a platformVersion attribute which allows you to identify the features that are currently enabled for your clusters. The Amazon EKS platform version represents capabilities of the cluster control plane, such as which Kubernetes API server flags are enabled, as well as the current Kubernetes patch version.
  • feature: WAF: This change includes support for the WAF FullLogging feature through which Customers will have access to all the logs of requests that are inspected by a WAF WebACL. The new APIs allow Customers to manage association of a WebACL with one or more supported "LogDestination" and redact any request fields from the logs.
  • feature: WAFRegional: This change includes support for the WAF FullLogging feature through which Customers will have access to all the logs of requests that are inspected by a WAF WebACL. The new APIs allow Customers to manage association of a WebACL with one or more supported "LogDestination" and redact any request fields from the logs.

2.306.0

  • feature: CodeBuild: Support multiple sources and artifacts for CodeBuild projects.
  • feature: SageMaker: VolumeKmsKeyId now available in Batch Transform Job

2.305.0

  • feature: CORS: add cors support for pricing API. Make Pricing client available by default in browsers SDK.
  • feature: Glue: AWS Glue now supports data encryption at rest for ETL jobs and development endpoints. With encryption enabled, when you run ETL jobs, or development endpoints, Glue will use AWS KMS keys to write encrypted data at rest. You can also encrypt the metadata stored in the Glue Data Catalog using keys that you manage with AWS KMS. Additionally, you can use AWS KMS keys to encrypt the logs generated by crawlers and ETL jobs as well as encrypt ETL job bookmarks. Encryption settings for Glue crawlers, ETL jobs, and development endpoints can be configured using the security configurations in Glue. Glue Data Catalog encryption can be enabled via the settings for the Glue Data Catalog.
  • feature: MediaPackage: MediaPackage now provides input redundancy. Channels have two ingest endpoints that can receive input from encoders. OriginEndpoints pick one of the inputs receiving content for playback and automatically switch to the other input if the active input stops receiving content. Refer to the User Guide (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/mediapackage/latest/ug/what-is.html) for more details on this feature.
  • feature: Monitoring: Inactive code for future SDK instrumentation and telemetry.
  • feature: SageMakerRuntime: SageMaker Runtime supports CustomAttributes header which allows customers provide additional information in a request for an inference submitted to a model or in the response about the inference returned by a model hosted at an Amazon SageMaker endpoint.

2.304.0

  • feature: Glue: New Glue APIs for creating, updating, reading and deleting Data Catalog resource-based policies.
  • feature: XRay: Support for new APIs that enable management of sampling rules.

2.303.0

  • feature: IoTAnalytics: Added new listDatasetContent API that shows you the list of dataset contents for the corresponding versions
  • feature: Iot: This release adds support to create a Stream and Code signing for Amazon FreeRTOS job along with Over-the-air updates.
  • feature: Signer: AWS Signer is a new feature that allows Amazon FreeRTOS (AFR) Over The Air (OTA) customers to cryptographically sign code using code-signing certificates managed by AWS Certificate Manager.

2.302.0

  • feature: Glue: AWS Glue now supports data encryption at rest for ETL jobs and development endpoints. With encryption enabled, when you run ETL jobs, or development endpoints, Glue will use AWS KMS keys to write encrypted data at rest. You can also encrypt the metadata stored in the Glue Data Catalog using keys that you manage with AWS KMS. Additionally, you can use AWS KMS keys to encrypt the logs generated by crawlers and ETL jobs as well as encrypt ETL job bookmarks. Encryption settings for Glue crawlers, ETL jobs, and development endpoints can be configured using the security configurations in Glue. Glue Data Catalog encryption can be enabled via the settings for the Glue Data Catalog.

2.301.0

  • feature: CloudWatchEvents: Added Fargate and NetworkConfiguration support to EcsParameters.
  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: Amazon Cognito now has API support for creating custom domains for our hosted UI for User Pools.

2.300.0

  • feature: IoTAnalytics: AWS IoT Analytics announces three new features: (1) Bring Your Custom Container - import your custom authored code containers. (2) Automate Container Execution - lets you automate the execution of containers hosting custom authored analytical code or Jupyter Notebooks to perform continuous analysis. (3) Incremental Data Capture with Customizable Time Windows - enables users to perform analysis on new incremental data captured since the last analysis.
  • feature: Iot: This release adds support for IoT Thing Group Indexing and Searching functionality.
  • feature: LexModelBuildingService: Amazon Lex builds bot in two stages. After the first it sets status to READY_BASIC_TESTING. In this state the bot will match user inputs that exactly match the utterances configured for the bot's intents and values in the slot types.
  • feature: MediaLive: Adds two APIs for working with Channel Schedules: BatchUpdateSchedule and DescribeSchedule. These APIs allow scheduling actions for SCTE-35 message insertion and for static image overlays.
  • feature: Rekognition: This release introduces a new API called DescribeCollection to Amazon Rekognition. You can use DescribeCollection to get information about an existing face collection. Given the ID for a face collection, DescribeCollection returns the following information: the number of faces indexed into the collection, the version of the face detection model used by the collection, the Amazon Resource Name (ARN) of the collection and the creation date/time of the collection.

2.299.0

  • feature: Snowball: Snowball job states allow customers to track the status of the Snowball job. We are launching a new Snowball job state "WithSortingFacility"! When customer returns the Snowball to AWS, the device first goes to a sorting facility before it reaches an AWS data center. Many customers have requested us to add a new state to reflect the presence of the device at the sorting facility for better tracking. Today when a customer returns the Snowball, the state first changes from "InTransitToAWS" to "WithAWS". With the addition of new state, the device will move from "InTransitToAWS" to "WithAWSSortingFacility", and then to "WithAWS". There are no other changes to the API at this time besides adding this new state.

2.298.0

  • feature: EC2: Added support for T3 Instance type in EC2. To learn more about T3 instances, please see https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/instance-types/t3/
  • feature: ElasticBeanstalk: Elastic Beanstalk adds the "Privileged" field to the "CPUUtilization" type, to support enhanced health reporting in Windows environments.
  • feature: RDS: Adds a paginator for the DescribeDBClusters operation.

2.297.0

  • bugfix: S3: Fixes issue when making cross-region S3 calls where the object key is truncated if the key prefix matched the bucket name and path style addressing is not used.
  • feature: DynamoDB: Added SSESpecification block to update-table command which allows users to modify table Server-Side Encryption. Added two new fields (SSEType and KMSMasterKeyId) to SSESpecification block used by create-table and update-table commands. Added new SSEDescription Status value UPDATING.
  • feature: MediaConvert: This release fixes backward-incompatible changes from a previous release. That previous release changed non-required job settings to required, which prevented jobs and job templates from merging correctly. The current change removes validation of required settings from the SDK and instead centralizes the validation in the service API. For information on required settings, see the Resources chapter of the AWS Elemental MediaConvert API Reference https://docs.aws.amazon.com/mediaconvert/latest/apireference/resources.html

2.296.0

  • feature: DAX: DAX CreateClusterRequest is updated to include IamRoleArn as a required request parameter.
  • feature: SageMaker: Added an optional boolean parameter, 'DisassociateLifecycleConfig', to the UpdateNotebookInstance operation. When set to true, the lifecycle configuration associated with the notebook instance will be removed, allowing a new one to be set via a new 'LifecycleConfigName' parameter.

2.295.0

  • feature: Discovery: The Application Discovery Service's Continuous Export APIs allow you to analyze your on-premises server inventory data, including system performance and network dependencies, in Amazon Athena.
  • feature: EC2: The 'Attribute' parameter DescribeVolumeAttribute request has been marked as required - the API has always required this parameter, but up until now this wasn't reflected appropriately in the SDK.
  • feature: MediaConvert: Added WriteSegmentTimelineInRepresentation option for Dash Outputs
  • feature: Redshift: You can now resize your Amazon Redshift cluster quickly. With the new ResizeCluster action, your cluster is available for read and write operations within minutes
  • feature: SSM: AWS Systems Manager Inventory now supports groups to quickly see a count of which managed instances are and arent configured to collect one or more Inventory types

2.294.0

  • feature: DeviceFarm: Support for running tests in a custom environment with live logs/video streaming, full test features parity and reduction in overall test execution time.

2.293.0

  • feature: AutoScaling: Add batch operations for creating/updating and deleting scheduled scaling actions.
  • feature: CloudFront: Lambda@Edge Now Provides You Access to the Request Body for HTTP POST/PUT Processing. With this feature, you can now offload more origin logic to the edge and improve end-user latency. Developers typically use Web/HTML forms or Web Beacons/Bugs as a mechanism to collect data from the end users and then process that data at their origins servers. For example, if you are collecting end user behavior data through a web beacon on your website, you can use this feature to access the user behavior data and directly log it to an Amazon Kinesis Firehose endpoint from the Lambda function, thereby simplifying your origin infrastructure.
  • feature: ES: Amazon Elasticsearch Service adds support for no downtime, in-place upgrade for Elasticsearch version 5.1 and above.

2.292.0

  • feature: SageMaker: SageMaker updated the default endpoint URL to support Private Link via the CLI/SDK.

2.291.0

  • feature: MediaConvert: This release adds support for a new rate control mode, Quality-Defined Variable Bitrate (QVBR) encoding, includes updates to optimize transcoding performance, and resolves previously reported bugs.

2.290.0

  • feature: DAX: Add the SSESpecification field to CreateCluster to allow creation of clusters with server-side encryption, and add the SSEDescription field to DescribeClusters to display the status of server-side encryption for a cluster.
  • feature: ECS: This release of Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) introduces support for Docker volumes and Docker volume drivers. Customers can now configure their ECS Tasks to use Docker volumes, enabling stateful and storage-intensive applications to be deployed on ECS.
  • feature: RDS: Launch RDS Aurora Serverless

2.289.0

  • feature: SSM: AWS Systems Manager Automation is launching two new features for Automation Execution Rate Control based on tags and customized parameter maps. With the first feature, customer can target their resources by specifying a Tag with Key/Value. With the second feature, Parameter maps rate control, customers can benefit from customization of input parameters.
  • feature: SecretsManager: This release introduces a ForceDeleteWithoutRecovery parameter to the DeleteSecret API enabling customers to force the deletion of a secret without any recovery window

2.288.0

  • feature: CloudWatchLogs: Documentation Update
  • feature: CodeBuild: Release semantic versioning feature for CodeBuild
  • feature: EC2: Amazon VPC Flow Logs adds support for delivering flow logs directly to S3
  • feature: Pinpoint: This release includes a new batch API call for Amazon Pinpoint which can be used to update endpoints and submit events. This call will accept events from clients such as mobile devices and AWS SDKs. This call will accept requests which has multiple endpoints and multiple events attached to those endpoints in a single call. This call will update the endpoints attached and will ingest events for those endpoints. The response from this call will be a multipart response per endpoint/per event submitted.
  • feature: SSM: Two new filters ExecutionStage and DocumentName will be added to ListCommands so that customers will have more approaches to query their commands.

2.287.0

  • bugfix: Typings: Updates typings-generator to remove unused model types.
  • feature: DynamoDB: Amazon DynamoDB Point-in-time recovery (PITR) provides continuous backups of your table data. DynamoDB now supports the ability to self-restore a deleted PITR enabled table. Now, when a table with PITR enabled is deleted, a system backup is automatically created and retained for 35 days (at no additional cost). System backups allow you to restore the deleted PITR enabled table to the state it was just before the point of deletion. For more information, see the Amazon DynamoDB Developer Guide.
  • feature: Health: Updates the ARN structure vended by AWS Health API. All ARNs will now include the service and type code of the associated event, as vended by DescribeEventTypes.

2.286.2

  • bugfix: type: remove undefined exceptions from SubscribeToShardEventStream

2.286.1

  • bugfix: react-native: Fixes issue where promise methods are undefined when using react-native 0.56.0. See this issue for more information.
  • feature: Kinesis: Updates API to latest version.
  • feature: Polly: Amazon Polly enables female voice Aditi to speak Hindi language
  • feature: ResourceGroups: AWS Resource Groups service added a new feature to filter group resources by resource-type when using the ListGroupResources operation.
  • feature: SSM: This release updates AWS Systems Manager APIs to let customers create and use service-linked roles to register and edit Maintenance Window tasks.

2.285.1

  • feature: StorageGateway: AWS Storage Gateway now enables you to create stored volumes with AWS KMS support.
  • feature: TranscribeService: With this update Amazon Transcribe now supports channel identification. It transcribes audio from separate channels and combines them into a single transcription.

2.284.1

  • feature: Connect: This update includes the new User Management APIs and the Federation API used for SAML authentication. The User Management APIs let you create and manage users in your Amazon Connect instance programmatically. The Federation API enables authentication between AWS and your existing identity provider using tokens.
  • feature: ES: Amazon Elasticsearch Service adds support for enabling Elasticsearch error logs, providing you valuable information for troubleshooting your Elasticsearch domains quickly and easily. These logs are published to the Amazon CloudWatch Logs service and can be turned on or off at will.
  • feature: Iot: As part of this release we are introducing a new IoT security service, AWS IoT Device Defender, and extending capability of AWS IoT to support Step Functions rule action. The AWS IoT Device Defender is a fully managed service that helps you secure your fleet of IoT devices. For more details on this new service, go to https://aws.amazon.com/iot-device-defender. The Step Functions rule action lets you start an execution of AWS Step Functions state machine from a rule.
  • feature: KMS: Added a KeyID parameter to the ListAliases operation. This parameter allows users to list only the aliases that refer to a particular AWS KMS customer master key. All other functionality remains intact.
  • feature: MediaConvert: Fixes an issue with modeled timestamps being labeled with the incorrect format.

2.283.1

  • feature: CloudHSMV2: This update to the AWS CloudHSM API adds copy-backup-to-region, which allows you to copy a backup of a cluster from one region to another. The copied backup can be used in the destination region to create a new AWS CloudHSM cluster as a clone of the original cluster.
  • feature: DirectConnect: 1. awsDeviceV2 field is introduced for Connection/Lag/Interconnect/VirtualInterface/Bgp Objects, while deprecating the awsDevice field for Connection/Lag/Interconnect Objects. 2. region field is introduced for VirtualInterface/Location objects
  • feature: Glue: Glue Development Endpoints now support association of multiple SSH public keys with a development endpoint.
  • feature: Iot: get rid of documentParameters field from CreateJob API
  • feature: MQ: Modified the CreateBroker, UpdateBroker, and DescribeBroker operations to support integration with Amazon CloudWatch Logs. Added a field to indicate the IP address(es) that correspond to wire-level endpoints of broker instances. While a single-instance broker has one IP address, an active/standby broker for high availability has 2 IP addresses. Added fields to indicate the time when resources were created. Updated documentation for Amazon MQ.
  • feature: SageMaker: Added SecondaryStatusTransitions to DescribeTrainingJob to provide more visibility into SageMaker training job progress and lifecycle.

2.282.1

  • feature: CodeBuild: Add artifacts encryptionDisabled and build encryptionKey.
  • feature: EC2: This change provides the EC2/Spot customers with two new allocation strategies -- LowestN for Spot instances, and OD priority for on-demand instances.
  • feature: Inspector: inspector will return ServiceTemporarilyUnavailableException when service is under stress
  • feature: Redshift: When we make a new version of Amazon Redshift available, we update your cluster during its maintenance window. By selecting a maintenance track, you control whether we update your cluster with the most recent approved release, or with the previous release. The two values for maintenance track are current and trailing. If you choose the current track, your cluster is updated with the latest approved release. If you choose the trailing track, your cluster is updated with the release that was approved previously.The new API operation for managing maintenance tracks for a cluster is DescribeClusterTracks. In addition, the following API operations have new MaintenanceTrackName parameters: Cluster, PendingModifiedValues, ModifyCluster, RestoreFromClusterSnapshot, CreateCluster, Snapshot
  • feature: SSM: This release updates AWS Systems Manager APIs to allow customers to attach labels to history parameter records and reference history parameter records via labels. It also adds Parameter Store integration with AWS Secrets Manager to allow referencing and retrieving AWS Secrets Manager's secrets from Parameter Store.

2.281.1

  • feature: EC2: R5 is the successor to R4 in EC2's memory-optimized instance family. R5d is a variant of R5 that has local NVMe SSD. Z1d instances deliver both high compute and high memory. Z1d instances use custom Intel Xeon Scalable Processors running at up to 4.0 GHz, powered by sustained all-core Turbo Boost. They are available in 6 sizes, with up to 48 vCPUs, 384 GiB of memory, and 1.8 TB of local NVMe storage.
  • feature: ECS: This release of Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) introduces support for private registry authentication using AWS Secrets Manager. With private registry authentication, private Docker images can be used in a task definition.
  • feature: ELBv2: We are introducing two new actions in Application Load Balancer. Redirects and Fixed Response. These features will allow you to improve user experience and security posture. By using redirect actions in your Application Load Balancer, you can improve the security of your user requests and by using fixed-response, you can enhance the customer experience by displaying branded error pages during application maintenance or outages.

2.280.1

  • bugfix: Serialization: fix timestamp serialization issue in querystring; Update the logic of formatting the timestamp;
  • feature: CORS: make Translate service available in browser version of SDK by default
  • feature: DynamoDB: With this SDK update, APIs UpdateGlobalTableSettings and DescribeGlobalTableSettings now allow consistently configuring AutoScaling settings for a DynamoDB global table. Previously, they would only allow consistently setting IOPS. Now new APIs are being released, existing APIs are being extended.

2.279.1

  • feature: ConfigService: Setting internal length limits on resourceId for APIs.

2.278.1

  • feature: MediaPackage: Adds support for DASH OriginEnpoints with multiple media presentation description periods triggered by presence of SCTE-35 ad markers in Channel input streams.

2.277.1

  • feature: IoTAnalytics: This change allows publishing of channel/datastore size as part of the describe-channel/describe-datastore APIs. We introduce an optional boolean parameter 'includeStatistics' in the Describe request. If the user sets this parameter to true, the describe response will return the resource size and timestamp at which the size was recorded. If the parameter is set to false, the size won't be computed or returned.
  • feature: serviceId: add service id to all current clients. It will be used as unique identifier for service clients

2.276.1

  • bugfix: TypeScript: Updates waitFor methods to accept $waiter configuration in parameter fields.
  • bugfix: Typings: Fixes incorrect typings for AWS.EventListeners. Renamed CORE field to Core.
  • feature: CORS: KinesisVideo and KinesisVideoArchivedMedia support CORS. This change make the services available in browser version of SDK by default
  • feature: Comprehend: This release gives customers the ability to tokenize (find word boundaries) text and for each word provide a label for the part of speech, using the DetectSyntax operation. This API is useful to analyze text for specific conditions like for example finding nouns and the correlating adjectives to understand customer feedback.
  • feature: Polly: Amazon Polly adds new API for asynchronous synthesis to S3
  • feature: SageMaker: Amazon SageMaker has added the capability for customers to run fully-managed, high-throughput batch transform machine learning models with a simple API call. Batch Transform is ideal for high-throughput workloads and predictions in non-real-time scenarios where data is accumulated over a period of time for offline processing.
  • feature: Snowball: AWS Snowball Edge announces the availability of Amazon EC2 compute instances that run on the device. AWS Snowball Edge is a 100-TB ruggedized device built to transfer data into and out of AWS with optional support for local Lambda-based compute functions. With this feature, developers and administrators can run their EC2-based applications on the device providing them with an end to end vertically integrated AWS experience. Designed for data pre-processing, compression, machine learning, and data collection applications, these new instances, called SBE1 instances, feature 1.8 GHz Intel Xeon D processors up to 16 vCPUs, and 32 GB of memory. The SBE1 instance type is available in four sizes and multiple instances can be run on the device at the same time. Customers can now run compute instances using the same Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) that are used in Amazon EC2.

2.275.1

  • feature: AppStream: This API update adds support for sharing AppStream images across AWS accounts within the same region.
  • feature: KinesisVideo: Adds support for HLS video playback of Kinesis Video streams using the KinesisVideo client by including "GET_HLS_STREAMING_SESSION_URL" as an additional APIName parameter in the GetDataEndpoint input.
  • feature: KinesisVideoArchivedMedia: Adds support for HLS video playback of Kinesis Video streams by providing the GetHLSStreamingSessionURL function in the KinesisVideoArchivedMedia client.

2.274.1

  • feature: AppSync: This release adds support for configuring HTTP endpoints as data sources for your AWS AppSync GraphQL API.
  • feature: CodeBuild: Update CodeBuild CreateProject API - serviceRole is a required input
  • feature: DLM: Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM) for EBS Snapshots provides a simple, automated way to back up data stored on Amazon EBS volumes. You can define backup and retention schedules for EBS snapshots by creating lifecycle policies based on tags. With this feature, you no longer have to rely on custom scripts to create and manage your backups. This feature is now available in the US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), and Europe (Ireland) AWS regions at no additional cost.
  • feature: EFS: Amazon EFS now allows you to instantly provision the throughput required for your applications independent of the amount of data stored in your file system, allowing you to optimize throughput for your applications performance needs. Starting today, you can provision the throughput your applications require quickly with a few simple steps using AWS Console, AWS CLI or AWS API to achieve consistent performance.
  • feature: IAM: SDK release to support IAM delegated administrator feature. The feature lets customers attach permissions boundary to IAM principals. The IAM principals cannot operate exceeding the permission specified in permissions boundary.

2.273.1

  • feature: APIGateway: Support for fine grain throttling for API gateway.
  • feature: CostExplorer: Starting today, you can access custom Reserved Instance (RI) purchase recommendations for your Amazon Redshift, Amazon ElastiCache, and Amazon Elasticsearch reservations via AWS Cost Explorer API, in addition to accessing RI purchase recommendations for your Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS reservations.
  • feature: S3: S3 Select support for BZIP2 compressed input files
  • feature: SSM: Support Conditional Branching OnFailure for SSM Automation

2.272.1

  • feature: AppStream: This API update adds pagination to the DescribeImages API to support future features and enhancements.
  • feature: CodeBuild: API changes to CodeBuild service, support report build status for Github sources
  • feature: EC2: Support CpuOptions field in Launch Template data and allow Launch Template name to contain hyphen.
  • feature: Glue: AWS Glue adds the ability to crawl DynamoDB tables.

2.271.1

  • feature: ApplicationAutoScaling: The release adds support for custom resource auto scaling.
  • feature: CostExplorer: AWS Cost Explorer provides you with Reserved Instance (RI) purchase recommendations based on your total cross-account Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS usage. Starting today, linked accounts can also access custom RI purchase recommendations for specific linked accounts directly via AWS Cost Explorer API.
  • feature: DMS: Added support for DmsTransfer endpoint type and support for re-validate option in table reload API.
  • feature: Lambda: Add support for .NET Core 2.1 to Lambda.
  • feature: TranscribeService: You can now specify an Amazon S3 output bucket to store the transcription of your audio file when you call the StartTranscriptionJob operation.

2.270.1

  • feature: MediaConvert: This release adds support for the following 1) users can specify tags to be attached to queues, presets, and templates during creation of those resources on MediaConvert. 2) users can now view the count of jobs in submitted state and in progressing state on a per queue basis.
  • feature: ServerlessApplicationRepository: Added required fields and documentation updates for AWS Serverless Application Repository.

2.269.1

  • bugfix: browser: Fixed an issue with the browser XML parser logic where the incorrect value may be returned if a complex shape (map, structure) had an immediate child and a nested descendant with the same tag name.
  • feature: CORS: The SecretsManager service supports CORS. This change adds the service to the browser version of the SDK by default.
  • feature: Pinpoint: This release of the Amazon Pinpoint SDK adds the ability to create complex segments and validate phone numbers for SMS messages. It also adds the ability to get or delete endpoints based on user IDs, remove attributes from endpoints, and list the defined channels for an app.
  • feature: SageMaker: Amazon SageMaker NotebookInstances supports 'Updating' as a NotebookInstanceStatus. In addition, DescribeEndpointOutput now includes Docker repository digest of deployed Model images.

2.268.1

  • feature: ACM: Adds a "CertificateValidated" waiter to AWS Certificate Manager clients, which polls on a new certificate's validation state.
  • feature: EC2: Added support for customers to tag EC2 Dedicated Hosts
  • feature: Redshift: Feature 1 - On-demand cluster release version - When Amazon Redshift releases a new cluster version, you can choose to upgrade to that version immediately instead of waiting until your next maintenance window. You can also choose to roll back to a previous version. The two new APIs added for managing cluster release version are - ModifyClusterDbRevision, DescribeClusterDbRevisions. Feature 2 - Upgradeable reserved instance - You can now exchange one Reserved Instance for a new Reserved Instance with no changes to the terms of your existing Reserved Instance (term, payment type, or number of nodes). The two new APIs added for managing these upgrades are - AcceptReservedNodeExchange, GetReservedNodeExchangeOfferings.

2.267.1

  • feature: SSM: Execution History and StartAssociationOnce release for State Manager. Users now have the ability to view association execution history with DescribeAssociationExecutions and DescribeAssociationExecutionTargets. Users can also execute an association by calling StartAssociationOnce.

2.266.1

  • feature: ElasticBeanstalk: Elastic Beanstalk adds "Suspended" health status to the EnvironmentHealthStatus enum type and updates document.
  • feature: Lambda: Support for SQS as an event source.
  • feature: StorageGateway: AWS Storage Gateway now enables you to use Server Message Block (SMB) protocol to store and access objects in Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3).

2.265.1

  • feature: CloudFront: Unpublish delete-service-linked-role API.
  • feature: CodePipeline: UpdatePipeline may now throw a LimitExceededException when adding or updating Source Actions that use periodic checks for change detection
  • feature: Comprehend: This release gives customers the option to batch process a set of documents stored within an S3 bucket in addition to the existing synchronous nature of the current Comprehend API.

2.264.1

  • feature: Inspector: Introduce four new APIs to view and preview Exclusions. Exclusions show which intended security checks are excluded from an assessment, along with reasons and recommendations to fix. The APIs are CreateExclusionsPreview, GetExclusionsPreview, ListExclusions, and DescribeExclusions.
  • feature: S3: Add AllowQuotedRecordDelimiter to Amazon S3 Select API. Please refer to https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/API/RESTObjectSELECTContent.html for usage details.
  • feature: SecretsManager: This release adds support for resource-based policies that attach directly to your secrets. These policies provide an additional way to control who can access your secrets and what they can do with them. For more information, see https://docs.aws.amazon.com/secretsmanager/latest/userguide/auth-and-access_resource-based-policies.html in the Secrets Manager User Guide.

2.263.1

  • feature: AlexaForBusiness: Introduce DeviceNotRegisteredException for AWSMoneypenny
  • feature: AppStream: This API update enables customers to find their VPC private IP address and ENI ID associated with AppStream streaming sessions.

2.262.1

  • feature: CloudDirectory: SDK release to support Flexible Schema initiative being carried out by Amazon Cloud Directory. This feature lets customers using new capabilities like: variant typed attributes, dynamic facets and AWS managed Cloud Directory schemas.

2.261.1

  • feature: Macie: Amazon Macie is a security service that uses machine learning to automatically discover, classify, and protect sensitive data in AWS. With this release, we are launching the following Macie HTTPS API operations: AssociateMemberAccount, AssociateS3Resources, DisassociateMemberAccount, DisassociateS3Resources, ListMemberAccounts, ListS3Resources, and UpdateS3Resources. With these API operations you can issue HTTPS requests directly to the service.
  • feature: Neptune: Deprecates the PubliclyAccessible parameter that is not supported by Amazon Neptune.
  • feature: SSM: Adds Amazon Linux 2 support to Patch Manager

2.260.1

  • feature: ACMPCA: CA Restore is a new feature within AWS Certificate Manager Private Certificate Authority (ACM PCA) that allows you to restore a private certificate authority that has been deleted. When you issue the DeleteCertificateAuthority call, you can now specify the number of days (7-30, with 30 being the default) in which the private certificate authority will remain in the DELETED state. During this time, the private certificate authority can be restored with the RestoreCertificateAuthority API call and then be returned to the PENDING_CERTIFICATE or DISABLED state, depending upon the state prior to deletion. Summary of API Changes: 1). Added RestoreCertificateAuthority API call; 2). Added optional PermanentDeletionTimeInDays parameter to DeleteCertificateAuthority API call. If this parameter is not specified, the DeleteCertificateAuthority API call will use a 30 day restore period as default.
  • feature: MediaLive: AWS Elemental MediaLive now makes Reserved Outputs and Inputs available through the AWS Management Console and API. You can reserve outputs and inputs with a 12 month commitment in exchange for discounted hourly rates. Pricing is available at https://aws.amazon.com/medialive/pricing/
  • feature: RDS: This release adds a new parameter to specify the retention period for Performance Insights data for RDS instances. You can either choose 7 days (default) or 731 days. For more information, see Amazon RDS Documentation.

2.259.1

  • bugfix: S3: Fixes edge case where event message lengths were sometimes incorrectly calculated.
  • feature: MediaConvert: This release adds language code support according to the ISO-639-3 standard. Custom 3-character language codes are now supported on input and output for both audio and captions.

2.258.1

  • bugfix: Core: Updates SDK to attempt to determine the Content-Length of a payload when an operation uses the unsigned-body trait. Content-Length will still not be calculated for non-file streams. This will allow file streams to be passed to MediaStoreData.putObject.
  • feature: APIGateway: Support for PRIVATE endpoint configuration type
  • feature: DynamoDB: Added two new fields SSEType and KMSMasterKeyArn to SSEDescription block in describe-table output.
  • feature: IoTAnalytics: With this release, AWS IoT Analytics allows you to tag resources. Tags are metadata that you can create and use to manage your IoT Analytics resources. For more information about tagging, see AWS Tagging Strategies. For technical documentation, look for the tagging operations in the AWS IoT Analytics API reference or User Guide.

2.257.1

  • feature: SSM: Added support for new parameter, CloudWatchOutputConfig, for SendCommand API. Users can now have RunCommand output sent to CloudWatchLogs.
  • feature: ServiceCatalog: Introduced new length limitations for few of the product fields.

2.256.1

  • feature: DeviceFarm: Adding VPCEndpoint support for Remote access. Allows customers to be able to access their private endpoints/services running in their VPC during remote access.
  • feature: ECS: Introduces daemon scheduling capability to deploy one task per instance on selected instances in a cluster. Adds a "force" flag to the DeleteService API to delete a service without requiring to scale down the number of tasks to zero.
  • feature: S3: Adds support for S3 Select.

2.255.1

  • feature: CloudDirectory: Amazon Cloud Directory now supports optional attributes on Typed Links, giving users the ability to associate and manage data on Typed Links.
  • feature: StorageGateway: AWS Storage Gateway now enables you to create cached volumes and tapes with AWS KMS support.

2.254.1

  • feature: MediaTailor: Fixes a bug in the request URIs for MediaTailor PlaybackConfiguration operations.

2.253.1

  • feature: MediaLive: AWS Elemental MediaLive now makes channel log information available through Amazon CloudWatch Logs. You can set up each MediaLive channel with a logging level; when the channel is run, logs will automatically be published to your account on Amazon CloudWatch Logs

2.252.1

  • feature: CostExplorer: Cost Explorer API is providing programmatic access to RI saving metrics to enable customers to optimize their reservations.
  • feature: Polly: Amazon Polly adds new French voice - "Lea"
  • feature: RDS: This release adds customizable processor features for RDS instances.
  • feature: Shield: DDoS Response Team access management for AWS Shield

2.251.1

  • feature: AppStream: Amazon AppStream 2.0 adds support for Google Drive for G Suite. With this feature, customers will be able to connect their G Suite accounts with AppStream 2.0 and enable Google Drive access for an AppStream 2.0 stack. Users of the stack can then link their Google Drive using their G Suite login credentials and use their existing files stored in Drive with their AppStream 2.0 applications. File changes will be synced automatically to Google cloud.
  • feature: EC2: You are now able to use instance storage (up to 3600 GB of NVMe based SSD) on M5 instances, the next generation of EC2's General Purpose instances in us-east-1, us-west-2, us-east-2, eu-west-1 and ca-central-1. M5 instances offer up to 96 vCPUs, 384 GiB of DDR4 instance memory, 25 Gbps in Network bandwidth and improved EBS and Networking bandwidth on smaller instance sizes and provide a balance of compute, memory and network resources for many applications.
  • feature: EKS: Amazon Elastic Container Service for Kubernetes (Amazon EKS) is a fully managed service that makes it easy to deploy, manage, and scale containerized applications using Kubernetes on AWS. Amazon EKS runs the Kubernetes control plane for you across multiple AWS availability zones to eliminate a single point of failure. Amazon EKS is certified Kubernetes conformant so you can use existing tooling and plugins from partners and the Kubernetes community. Applications running on any standard Kubernetes environment are fully compatible and can be easily migrated to Amazon EKS.
  • feature: MediaConvert: This release adds the support for Common Media Application Format (CMAF) fragmented outputs, RF64 WAV audio output format, and HEV1 or HEVC1 MP4 packaging types when using HEVC in DASH or CMAF outputs.
  • feature: SageMaker: Amazon SageMaker has added the ability to run hyperparameter tuning jobs. A hyperparameter tuning job will create and evaluate multiple training jobs while tuning algorithm hyperparameters, to optimize a customer specified objective metric.

2.250.1

  • feature: DirectoryService: Added ResetUserPassword API. Customers can now reset their users' passwords without providing the old passwords in Simple AD and Microsoft AD.
  • feature: Iot: We are releasing force CancelJob and CancelJobExecution functionalities to customers.
  • feature: MediaTailor: AWS Elemental MediaTailor is a personalization and monetization service that allows scalable server-side ad insertion. The service enables you to serve targeted ads to viewers while maintaining broadcast quality in over-the-top (OTT) video applications. This SDK allows user access to the AWS Elemental MediaTailor configuration interface.
  • feature: SNS: The SNS Subscribe API has been updated with two new optional parameters: Attributes and ReturnSubscriptionArn. Attributes is a map of subscription attributes which can be one or more of: FilterPolicy, DeliveryPolicy, and RawMessageDelivery. ReturnSubscriptionArn is a boolean parameter that overrides the default behavior of returning "pending confirmation" for subscriptions that require confirmation instead of returning the subscription ARN.

2.249.1

  • feature: ELBv2: This release of Elastic Load Balancing introduces user authentication on Application Load Balancer.
  • feature: Neptune: Amazon Neptune is a fast, reliable graph database service that makes it easy to build and run applications that work with highly connected datasets. Neptune supports popular graph models Property Graph and W3C's Resource Description Frame (RDF), and their respective query languages Apache TinkerPop Gremlin 3.3.2 and SPARQL 1.1.

2.248.1

  • feature: PI: Performance Insights is a feature of Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) that helps you quickly assess the load on your database, and determine when and where to take action. You can use the SDK to retrieve Performance Insights data and integrate your monitoring solutions.

2.247.1

  • feature: AppStream: This API update enables customers to control whether users can transfer data between their local devices and their streaming applications through file uploads and downloads, clipboard operations, or printing to local devices
  • feature: ConfigService: AWS Config adds support for retention period, allowing you to specify a retention period for your AWS Config configuration items.
  • feature: Glue: AWS Glue now sends a delay notification to Amazon CloudWatch Events when an ETL job runs longer than the specified delay notification threshold.
  • feature: Iot: We are exposing DELETION_IN_PROGRESS as a new job status in regards to the release of DeleteJob API.

2.246.1

  • feature: CodeBuild: AWS CodeBuild Adds Support for Windows Builds.
  • feature: RDS: This release adds CloudWatch Logs integration capabilities to RDS Aurora MySQL clusters

2.245.1

  • feature: ECS: Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) adds service discovery for services that use host or bridged network mode. ECS can now also register instance IPs for active tasks using bridged and host networking with Route 53, making them available via DNS.
  • feature: Inspector: We are launching the ability to target all EC2 instances. With this launch, resourceGroupArn is now optional for CreateAssessmentTarget and UpdateAssessmentTarget. If resourceGroupArn is not specified, all EC2 instances in the account in the AWS region are included in the assessment target.

2.244.1

  • feature: CloudFormation: 1) Filtered Update for StackSet based on Accounts and Regions: This feature will allow flexibility for the customers to roll out updates on a StackSet based on specific Accounts and Regions. 2) Support for customized ExecutionRoleName: This feature will allow customers to attach ExecutionRoleName to the StackSet thus ensuring more security and controlling the behavior of any AWS resources in the target accounts.

2.243.1

  • feature: Iot: We are releasing DeleteJob and DeleteJobExecution APIs to allow customer to delete resources created using AWS IoT Jobs.

2.242.1

  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: Amazon Cognito User Pools now supports federation for users to sign up and sign in with any identity provider following the OpenID Connect standard. Amazon Cognito User Pools now returns the User Pool's Amazon Resource Name (ARN) from the CreateUserPool, UpdateUserPool, and DescribeUserPool APIs.
  • feature: EC2: You are now able to use instance storage (up to 1800 GB of NVMe based SSD) on C5 instances, the next generation of EC2's compute optimized instances in us-east-1, us-west-2, us-east-2, eu-west-1 and ca-central-1. C5 instances offer up to 72 vCPUs, 144 GiB of DDR4 instance memory, 25 Gbps in Network bandwidth and improved EBS and Networking bandwidth on smaller instance sizes to deliver improved performance for compute-intensive workloads.You can now run bare metal workloads on EC2 with i3.metal instances. As a new instance size belonging to the I3 instance family, i3.metal instances have the same characteristics as other instances in the family, including NVMe SSD-backed instance storage optimized for low latency, very high random I/O performance, and high sequential read throughput. I3.metal instances are powered by 2.3 GHz Intel Xeon processors, offering 36 hyper-threaded cores (72 logical processors), 512 GiB of memory, and 15.2 TB of NVMe SSD-backed instance storage. These instances deliver high networking throughput and lower latency with up to 25 Gbps of aggregate network bandwidth using Elastic Network Adapter (ENA)-based Enhanced Networking.

2.241.1

  • feature: ServiceCatalog: Users can now pass a new option to ListAcceptedPortfolioShares called portfolio-share-type with a value of AWS_SERVICECATALOG in order to access Getting Started Portfolios that contain selected products representing common customer use cases.

2.240.1

  • feature: ConfigService: Update ResourceType enum with values for XRay resource

2.239.1

  • feature: CodeBuild: Adding support for more override fields for StartBuild API, add support for idempotency token field for StartBuild API in AWS CodeBuild.
  • feature: IoT1ClickDevicesService: AWS IoT 1-Click makes it easy for customers to incorporate simple ready-to-use IoT devices into their workflows. These devices can trigger AWS Lambda functions that implement business logic. In order to build applications using AWS IoT 1-Click devices, programmers can use the AWS IoT 1-Click Devices API and the AWS IoT 1-Click Projects API. Learn more at https://aws.amazon.com/documentation/iot-1-click/
  • feature: IoT1ClickProjects: AWS IoT 1-Click makes it easy for customers to incorporate simple ready-to-use IoT devices into their workflows. These devices can trigger AWS Lambda functions that implement business logic. In order to build applications using AWS IoT 1-Click devices, programmers can use the AWS IoT 1-Click Devices API and the AWS IoT 1-Click Projects API. Learn more at https://aws.amazon.com/documentation/iot-1-click/.
  • feature: XML: Replaces XMLBuilder dependency with a light-weight XML builder.

2.238.1

  • feature: Firehose: With this release, Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose can convert the format of your input data from JSON to Apache Parquet or Apache ORC before storing the data in Amazon S3. Parquet and ORC are columnar data formats that save space and enable faster queries compared to row-oriented formats like JSON.

2.237.1

  • feature: GameLift: AutoScaling Target Tracking scaling simplification along with StartFleetActions and StopFleetActions APIs to suspend and resume automatic scaling at will.

2.236.1

  • feature: Budgets: Updating the regex for the NumericValue fields.
  • feature: EC2: Enable support for latest flag with Get Console Output
  • feature: RDS: Changes to support the Aurora MySQL Backtrack feature.

2.235.1

  • feature: EC2: Enable support for specifying CPU options during instance launch.

2.234.1

  • feature: AlexaForBusiness: This release adds the new Device status "DEREGISTERED". This release also adds DEVICE_STATUS as the new DeviceEventType.
  • feature: Budgets: "With this release, customers can use AWS Budgets to monitor how much of their Amazon EC2, Amazon RDS, Amazon Redshift, and Amazon ElastiCache instance usage is covered by reservations, and receive alerts when their coverage falls below the threshold they define."
  • feature: ES: This change brings support for Reserved Instances to AWS Elasticsearch.
  • feature: S3: Added BytesReturned details for Progress and Stats Events for Amazon S3 Select .

2.233.1

  • feature: GuardDuty: Amazon GuardDuty is adding five new API operations for creating and managing filters. For each filter, you can specify a criteria and an action. The action you specify is applied to findings that match the specified criteria.

2.232.1

  • feature: AppSync: This release adds support for authorizing your AWS AppSync endpoint with an OpenID Connect compliant service and also to configure your AWS AppSync endpoint to log requests to Amazon CloudWatch Logs.
  • feature: CodeBuild: CodeBuild now supports CORS. The CodeBuild service is now included in the default browser version of the SDK.
  • feature: ConfigService: Update ResourceType enum with values for Lambda, ElasticBeanstalk, WAF and ElasticLoadBalancing resources

2.231.1

  • feature: CodePipeline: Added support for webhooks with accompanying definitions as needed in the AWS CodePipeline API Guide.
  • feature: EC2: Amazon EC2 Fleet is a new feature that simplifies the provisioning of Amazon EC2 capacity across different EC2 instance types, Availability Zones, and the On-Demand, Reserved Instance, and Spot Instance purchase models. With a single API call, you can now provision capacity to achieve desired scale, performance, and cost.
  • feature: SSM: Added support for new parameter, DocumentVersion, for SendCommand API. Users can now specify version of SSM document to be executed on the target(s).

2.230.1

  • feature: AlexaForBusiness: Adds ListDeviceEvents API to get a paginated list of device events (such as ConnectionStatus). This release also adds ConnectionStatus field to GetDevice and SearchDevices API.
  • feature: DynamoDB: Adds two new APIs UpdateGlobalTableSettings and DescribeGlobalTableSettings. This update introduces new constraints in the CreateGlobalTable and UpdateGlobalTable APIs . Tables must have the same write capacity units. If Global Secondary Indexes exist then they must have the same write capacity units and key schema.
  • feature: GuardDuty: You can disable the email notification when inviting GuardDuty members using the disableEmailNotification parameter in the InviteMembers operation.
  • feature: Route53Domains: This release adds a SubmittedSince attribute to the ListOperations API, so you can list operations that were submitted after a specified date and time.
  • feature: SageMaker: SageMaker has added support for VPC configuration for both Endpoints and Training Jobs. This allows you to connect from the instances running the Endpoint or Training Job to your VPC and any resources reachable in the VPC rather than being restricted to resources that were internet accessible.
  • feature: WorkSpaces: Added new IP Access Control APIs, an API to change the state of a Workspace, and the ADMIN_MAINTENANCE WorkSpace state. With the new IP Access Control APIs, you can now create/delete IP Access Control Groups, add/delete/update rules for IP Access Control Groups, Associate/Disassociate IP Access Control Groups to/from a WorkSpaces Directory, and Describe IP Based Access Control Groups.

2.229.1

  • feature: CodeDeploy: AWS CodeDeploy has a new exception that indicates when a GitHub token is not valid.
  • feature: XRay: Added PutEncryptionConfig and GetEncryptionConfig APIs for managing data encryption settings. Use PutEncryptionConfig to configure X-Ray to use an AWS Key Management Service customer master key to encrypt trace data at rest.

2.228.1

  • feature: ElasticBeanstalk: Support tracking Elastic Beanstalk resources in AWS Config.

2.227.1

  • feature: AutoScalingPlans: The release adds the operation UpdateScalingPlan for updating a scaling plan and the support for tag filters as an application source.
  • feature: IoTAnalytics: Introducing AWS IoT Analytics SDK. AWS IoT Analytics provides advanced data analysis for AWS IoT. It allows you to collect large amounts of device data, process messages, store them, and then query the data and run sophisticated analytics to make accurate decisions in your IoT applications and machine learning use cases. AWS IoT Analytics enables advanced data exploration through integration with Jupyter Notebooks and data visualization through integration with Amazon QuickSight.
  • feature: Iot: Add IotAnalyticsAction which sends message data to an AWS IoT Analytics channel

2.226.1

  • feature: Firehose: With this release, Amazon Kinesis Data Firehose allows you to tag your delivery streams. Tags are metadata that you can create and use to manage your delivery streams. For more information about tagging, see AWS Tagging Strategies. For technical documentation, look for the tagging operations in the Amazon Kinesis Firehose API reference.
  • feature: MediaLive: With AWS Elemental MediaLive you can now output live channels as RTMP (Real-Time Messaging Protocol) and RTMPS as the encrypted version of the protocol (Secure, over SSL/TLS). RTMP is the preferred protocol for sending live streams to popular social platforms which means you can send live channel content to social and sharing platforms in a secure and reliable way while continuing to stream to your own website, app or network.

2.225.1

  • feature: CodePipeline: Added new SourceRevision structure to Execution Summary with accompanying definitions as needed in the AWS CodePipeline API Guide.
  • feature: CostExplorer: Starting today, you can identify opportunities for Amazon RDS cost savings using AWS Cost Explorer's API to access your Amazon RDS Reserved Instance Purchase Recommendations
  • feature: DeviceFarm: Adding support for VPCEndpoint feature. Allows customers to be able to access their private endpoints/services running in their VPC during test automation.
  • feature: EC2: Added support for customers to see the time at which a Dedicated Host was allocated or released.
  • feature: RDS: The ModifyDBCluster operation now includes an EngineVersion parameter. You can use this to upgrade the engine for a clustered database.
  • feature: SSM: Added new APIs DeleteInventory and DescribeInventoryDeletions, for customers to delete their custom inventory data.

2.224.1

  • feature: DMS: Native Change Data Capture start point and task recovery support in Database Migration Service.
  • feature: Glue: "AWS Glue now supports timeout values for ETL jobs. With this release, all new ETL jobs have a default timeout value of 48 hours. AWS Glue also now supports the ability to start a schedule or job events trigger when it is created."
  • feature: MediaPackage: Adds a new OriginEndpoint package type CmafPackage in MediaPackage. Origin endpoints can now be configured to use the Common Media Application Format (CMAF) media streaming format. This version of CmafPackage only supports HTTP Live Streaming (HLS) manifests with fragmented MP4.
  • feature: SSM: Added TooManyUpdates exception for AddTagsToResource and RemoveTagsFromResource API
  • feature: WorkMail: Amazon WorkMail adds the ability to grant users and groups with "Full Access", "Send As" and "Send on Behalf" permissions on a given mailbox.

2.223.1

  • feature: CloudDirectory: Cloud Directory customers can fetch attributes within a facet on an object with the new GetObjectAttributes API and can fetch attributes from multiple facets or objects with the BatchGetObjectAttributes operation.

2.222.1

  • feature: Batch: Support for Timeout in SubmitJob and RegisterJobDefinition

2.221.1

  • feature: ACM: AWS Certificate Manager has added support for AWS Certificate Manager Private Certificate Authority (CA). Customers can now request private certificates with the RequestCertificate API, and also export private certificates with the ExportCertificate API.
  • feature: ACMPCA: AWS Certificate Manager (ACM) Private Certificate Authority (CA) is a managed private CA service that helps you easily and securely manage the lifecycle of your private certificates. ACM Private CA provides you a highly-available private CA service without the upfront investment and ongoing maintenance costs of operating your own private CA. ACM Private CA extends ACM's certificate management capabilities to private certificates, enabling you to manage public and private certificates centrally.
  • feature: CloudWatch: The new GetMetricData API enables you to collect batch amounts of metric data and optionally perform math expressions on the data. With one GetMetricData call you can retrieve as many as 100 different metrics and a total of 100,800 data points.
  • feature: ConfigService: AWS Config introduces multi-account multi-region data aggregation features. Customers can create an aggregator (a new resource type) in AWS Config that collects AWS Config data from multiple source accounts and regions into an aggregator account. Customers can aggregate data from individual account(s) or an organization and multiple regions. In this release, AWS Config adds several API's for multi-account multi-region data aggregation.
  • feature: FMS: This release is the initial release version for AWS Firewall Manager, a new AWS service that makes it easy for customers to centrally configure WAF rules across all their resources (ALBs and CloudFront distributions) and across accounts.
  • feature: S3: ONEZONE_IA storage class stores object data in only one Availability Zone at a lower price than STANDARD_IA. This SDK release provides API support for this new storage class.
  • feature: SageMaker: SageMaker is now supporting many additional instance types in previously supported families for Notebooks, Training Jobs, and Endpoints. Training Jobs and Endpoints now support instances in the m5 family in addition to the previously supported instance families. For specific instance types supported please see the documentation for the SageMaker API.
  • feature: SecretsManager: AWS Secrets Manager enables you to easily create and manage the secrets that you use in your customer-facing apps. Instead of embedding credentials into your source code, you can dynamically query Secrets Manager from your app whenever you need credentials. You can automatically and frequently rotate your secrets without having to deploy updates to your apps. All secret values are encrypted when they're at rest with AWS KMS, and while they're in transit with HTTPS and TLS.
  • feature: TranscribeService: Amazon Transcribe is an automatic speech recognition (ASR) service that makes it easy for developers to add speech to text capability to their applications.

2.220.1

  • feature: DeviceFarm: Added Private Device Management feature. Customers can now manage their private devices efficiently - view their status, set labels and apply profiles on them. Customers can also schedule automated tests and remote access sessions on individual instances in their private device fleet.
  • feature: Lambda: added nodejs8.10 as a valid runtime
  • feature: Translate: This release increases the maximum size of input text to 5,000 bytes. Amazon Translate now supports automatic language detection of the input text. The translation models have been improved to increase accuracy. See the documentation for more information.

2.219.1

  • feature: APIGateway: Amazon API Gateway now supports resource policies for APIs making it easier to set access controls for invoking APIs.
  • feature: CloudFront: You can now use a new Amazon CloudFront capability called Field-Level Encryption to further enhance the security of sensitive data, such as credit card numbers or personally identifiable information (PII) like social security numbers. CloudFront's field-level encryption further encrypts sensitive data in an HTTPS form using field-specific encryption keys (which you supply) before a POST request is forwarded to your origin. This ensures that sensitive data can only be decrypted and viewed by certain components or services in your application stack. Field-level encryption is easy to setup. Simply configure the fields that have to be further encrypted by CloudFront using the public keys you specify and you can reduce attack surface for your sensitive data.
  • feature: ES: This adds Amazon Cognito authentication support to Kibana.

2.218.1

  • feature: Connect: Amazon Connect is a contact center as a service (CCaS) solution that offers easy, self-service configuration and enables dynamic, personal, and natural customer engagement at any scale. With this release of the Amazon Connect SDK, Outbound APIs (StartOutboundVoiceContact, StopContact) are now generally available. This release supports CTR generation for calls generated through the new APIs. Additionally IAM permissions are supported for the new APIs.

2.217.1

  • bugfix: DocumentClient: Fixes a bug with the minified version of the browser SDK where sending Sets of data with the DynamoDB DocumentClient would cause an error to be returned from the service.
  • feature: AlexaForBusiness: Adds operations for creating and managing address books of phone contacts for use in A4B managed shared devices.
  • feature: CloudFormation: Enabling resource level permission control for StackSets APIs. Adding support for customers to use customized AdministrationRole to create security boundaries between different users.
  • feature: Greengrass: Greengrass APIs now support creating Machine Learning resource types and configuring binary data as the input payload for Greengrass Lambda functions.
  • feature: SSM: This Patch Manager release supports creating patch baselines for CentOS.

2.216.1

  • feature: IAM: Add support for Longer Role Sessions. Four APIs manage max session duration: GetRole, ListRoles, CreateRole, and the new API UpdateRole. The max session duration integer attribute is measured in seconds.
  • feature: MTurk: Added a new attribute "ActionsGuarded" to QualificationRequirement: This update allows MTurk Requester customers using the AWS SDK to control which Workers can see and preview their HITs. We now support hiding HITs from unqualified Workers' search results.
  • feature: STS: Change utilizes the Max Session Duration attribute introduced for IAM Roles and allows STS customers to request session duration up to the Max Session Duration of 12 hours from AssumeRole based APIs.

2.215.1

  • feature: ACM: AWS Certificate Manager has added support for customers to disable Certificate Transparency logging on a per-certificate basis.

2.214.1

  • feature: DynamoDB: Point-in-time recovery (PITR) provides continuous backups of your DynamoDB table data. With PITR, you do not have to worry about creating, maintaining, or scheduling backups. You enable PITR on your table and your backup is available for restore at any point in time from the moment you enable it, up to a maximum of the 35 preceding days. PITR provides continuous backups until you explicitly disable it. For more information, see the Amazon DynamoDB Developer Guide.

2.213.1

  • feature: AppStream: Feedback URL allows admins to provide a feedback link or a survey link for collecting user feedback while streaming sessions. When a feedback link is provided, streaming users will see a "Send Feedback" choice in their streaming session toolbar. On selecting this choice, user will be redirected to the link provided in a new browser tab. If a feedback link is not provided, users will not see the "Send Feedback" option.
  • feature: CodeBuild: Adding support for branch filtering when using webhooks with AWS CodeBuild.
  • feature: ECS: Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) now includes integrated Service Discovery using Route 53 Auto Naming. Customers can now specify a Route 53 Auto Naming service as part of an ECS service. ECS will register task IPs with Route 53, making them available via DNS in your VPC.

2.212.1

  • feature: CloudWatchEvents: Added SQS FIFO queue target support
  • feature: ConfigService: AWS Config adds support for BatchGetResourceConfig API, allowing you to batch-retrieve the current state of one or more of your resources.
  • feature: CostExplorer: This launch will allow customers to access their Amazon EC2 Reserved Instance (RI) purchase recommendations programmatically via the AWS Cost Explorer API.
  • feature: ECS: Amazon ECS users can now mount a temporary volume in memory in containers and specify the shared memory that a container can use through the use of docker's 'tmpfs' and 'shm-size' features respectively. These fields can be specified under linuxParameters in ContainerDefinition in the Task Definition Template.
  • feature: Glue: API Updates for DevEndpoint: PublicKey is now optional for CreateDevEndpoint. The new DevEndpoint field PrivateAddress will be populated for DevEndpoints associated with a VPC.
  • feature: MediaLive: AWS Elemental MediaLive has added support for updating Inputs and Input Security Groups. You can update Input Security Groups at any time and it will update all channels using that Input Security Group. Inputs can be updated as long as they are not attached to a currently running channel.

2.211.1

  • bugfix: dependency: Pins ieee754 to 1.1.8 to avoid timestamp issue reported in issue #1977

2.211.0

  • feature: ElasticBeanstalk: AWS Elastic Beanstalk is launching a new public API named DescribeAccountAttributes which allows customers to access account level attributes. In this release, the API will support quotas for resources such as applications, application versions, and environments.

2.210.0

  • feature: Organizations: This release adds additional reason codes to improve clarity to exceptions that can occur.
  • feature: Pinpoint: With this release, you can delete endpoints from your Amazon Pinpoint projects. Customers can now specify one of their leased dedicated long or short codes to send text messages.
  • feature: SageMaker: This release provides support for ml.p3.xlarge instance types for notebook instances. Lifecycle configuration is now available to customize your notebook instances on start; the configuration can be reused between multiple notebooks. If a notebook instance is attached to a VPC you can now opt out of internet access that by default is provided by SageMaker.

2.209.0

  • feature: ServiceDiscovery: This release adds support for custom health checks, which let you check the health of resources that aren't accessible over the internet. For example, you can use a custom health check when the instance is in an Amazon VPC.

2.208.0

  • feature: CloudHSMV2: CreateCluster can now take both 8 and 17 character Subnet IDs. DeleteHsm can now take both 8 and 17 character ENI IDs.
  • feature: Iot: We added new fields to the response of the following APIs. (1) describe-certificate: added new generationId, customerVersion fields (2) describe-ca-certificate: added new generationId, customerVersion and lastModifiedDate fields (3) get-policy: added generationId, creationDate and lastModifiedDate fields
  • feature: Redshift: DescribeClusterSnapshotsMessage with ClusterExists flag returns snapshots of existing clusters. Else both existing and deleted cluster snapshots are returned

2.207.0

  • feature: ECS: Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) now supports container health checks. Customers can now specify a docker container health check command and parameters in their task definition. ECS will monitor, report and take scheduling action based on the health status.
  • feature: MigrationHub: Unused key LABEL removed from ResourceAttrbute
  • feature: Pinpoint: With this release, you can export endpoints from your Amazon Pinpoint projects. You can export a) all of the endpoints assigned to a project or b) the subset of endpoints assigned to a segment.

2.206.0

  • feature: MediaLive: Updates API to model required traits and minimum/maximum constraints.

2.205.0

  • feature: CloudWatchEvents: Added BatchParameters to the PutTargets API
  • feature: EC2: Added support for modifying Placement Group association of instances via ModifyInstancePlacement API.
  • feature: SSM: This Inventory release supports the status message details reported by the last sync for the resource data sync API.
  • feature: ServiceCatalog: This release of ServiceCatalog adds the DeleteTagOption API.
  • feature: StorageGateway: AWS Storage Gateway (File) support for two new file share attributes are added. 1. Users can specify the S3 Canned ACL to use for new objects created in the file share. 2. Users can create file shares for requester-pays buckets.

2.204.0

  • feature: ApplicationAutoScaling: Application Auto Scaling now supports automatic scaling of SageMaker Production Variants on an Endpoint.

2.203.0

  • feature: Route53: Added support for creating LBR rules using ap-northeast-3 region.

2.202.0

  • feature: AppStream: This API update is to enable customers to copy their Amazon AppStream 2.0 images within and between AWS Regions

2.201.0

  • feature: CostExplorer: Added GetReservationCoverage API for retrieving reservation coverage information.

2.200.0

  • feature: CodeCommit: This release adds an API for adding a file directly to an AWS CodeCommit repository without requiring a Git client.
  • feature: EC2: Adds support for tagging an EBS snapshot as part of the API call that creates the EBS snapshot
  • feature: ServerlessApplicationRepository: Added support for delete-application API and the ability for developers to set a homepage for their application. The homepage is a URL with more information about the application, for example the location of your GitHub repository for the application.

2.199.0

  • feature: AutoScaling: Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling support for service-linked roles
  • feature: WAF: The new PermissionPolicy APIs in AWS WAF Regional allow customers to attach resource-based policies to their entities.
  • feature: WAFRegional: The new PermissionPolicy APIs in AWS WAF Regional allow customers to attach resource-based policies to their entities.

2.198.0

  • feature: ConfigService: With this release, AWS Config updated the ConfigurationItemStatus enum values. The values prior to this update did not represent appropriate values returned by GetResourceConfigHistory. You must update your code to enumerate the new enum values so this is a breaking change. To map old properties to new properties, use the following descriptions: New discovered resource - Old property: Discovered, New property: ResourceDiscovered. Updated resource - Old property: Ok, New property: OK. Deleted resource - Old property: Deleted, New property: ResourceDeleted or ResourceDeletedNotRecorded. Not-recorded resource - Old property: N/A, New property: ResourceNotRecorded or ResourceDeletedNotRecorded.

2.197.0

  • feature: RDS: Updates RDS API to indicate whether a DBEngine supports read replicas.

2.196.0

  • feature: GameLift: Updates to allow Fleets to run on On-Demand or Spot instances.
  • feature: MediaConvert: Nielsen ID3 tags can now be inserted into transport stream (TS) and HLS outputs. For more information on Nielsen configuration you can go to https://docs.aws.amazon.com/mediaconvert/latest/apireference/jobs.html#jobs-nielsenconfiguration

2.195.0

  • feature: AppSync: AWS AppSync now supports for None Data Source, CreateApiKey now supports setting expiration on API keys, new API UpdateApiKey supports updating expiration on API keys.
  • feature: LexModelBuildingService: Amazon Lex now provides the ability to export and import your Amazon Lex chatbot definition as a JSON file.

2.194.0

  • feature: Route53: Added support for creating Private Hosted Zones and metric-based healthchecks in the ap-northeast-3 region for whitelisted customers.

2.193.0

  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: Support for user migration using AWS Lambda trigger. Support to obtain signing certificate for user pools.
  • feature: EC2: Network interfaces now supply the following additional status of "associated" to better distinguish the current status.
  • feature: GuardDuty: Added PortProbeAction information to the Action section of the port probe-type finding.
  • feature: KMS: This release of AWS Key Management Service includes support for InvalidArnException in the RetireGrant API.

2.192.0

  • feature: EC2: Users can now better understand the longer ID opt-in status of their account using the two new APIs DescribeAggregateIdFormat and DescribePrincipalIdFormat
  • feature: LexModelBuildingService: You can now define a response for your Amazon Lex chatbot directly from the AWS console. A response consists of messages dynamically selected from a group of pre-defined messages, populated by the developer.
  • feature: LexRuntime: You can now define a response for your Amazon Lex chatbot directly from the AWS console. A response consists of messages dynamically selected from a group of pre-defined messages, populated by the developer.

2.191.0

  • feature: AppStream: Adds support for allowing customers to provide a redirect URL for a stack. Users will be redirected to the link provided by the admin at the end of their streaming session.
  • feature: Budgets: Making budgetLimit and timePeriod optional, and updating budgets docs.
  • feature: DMS: This release includes the addition of two new APIs: describe replication instance task logs and reboot instance. The first allows user to see how much storage each log for a task on a given instance is occupying. The second gives users the option to reboot the application software on the instance and force a fail over for MAZ instances to test robustness of their integration with our service.
  • feature: DirectoryService: Updated the regex of some input parameters to support longer EC2 identifiers.
  • feature: DynamoDB: Amazon DynamoDB now supports server-side encryption using a default service key (alias/aws/dynamodb) from the AWS Key Management Service (KMS). AWS KMS is a service that combines secure, highly available hardware and software to provide a key management system scaled for the cloud. AWS KMS is used via the AWS Management Console or APIs to centrally create encryption keys, define the policies that control how keys can be used, and audit key usage to prove they are being used correctly. For more information, see the Amazon DynamoDB Developer Guide.
  • feature: GameLift: Amazon GameLift FlexMatch added the StartMatchBackfill API. This API allows developers to add new players to an existing game session using the same matchmaking rules and player data that were used to initially create the session.
  • feature: MediaLive: AWS Elemental MediaLive has added support for updating channel settings for idle channels. You can now update channel name, channel outputs and output destinations, encoder settings, user role ARN, and input specifications. Channel settings can be updated in the console or with API calls. Please note that running channels need to be stopped before they can be updated. We've also deprecated the 'Reserved' field.
  • feature: MediaStore: AWS Elemental MediaStore now supports per-container CORS configuration.

2.190.0

  • feature: Glue: This new feature will now allow customers to add a customized json classifier. They can specify a json path to indicate the object, array or field of the json documents they'd like crawlers to inspect when they crawl json files.
  • feature: SSM: This Patch Manager release supports configuring Linux repos as part of patch baselines, controlling updates of non-OS security packages and also creating patch baselines for SUSE12
  • feature: ServiceCatalog: This release of Service Catalog adds SearchProvisionedProducts API and ProvisionedProductPlan APIs.
  • feature: ServiceDiscovery: This release adds support for registering CNAME record types and creating Route 53 alias records that route traffic to Amazon Elastic Load Balancers using Amazon Route 53 Auto Naming APIs.

2.189.0

  • feature: Kinesis: Using ListShards a Kinesis Data Streams customer or client can get information about shards in a data stream (including meta-data for each shard) without obtaining data stream level information.
  • feature: OpsWorks: AWS OpsWorks Stacks supports EBS encryption and HDD volume types. Also, a new DescribeOperatingSystems API is available, which lists all operating systems supported by OpsWorks Stacks.

2.188.0

  • feature: DeviceFarm: Add InteractionMode in CreateRemoteAccessSession for DirectDeviceAccess feature.
  • feature: MediaLive: Add InputSpecification to CreateChannel (specification of input attributes is used for channel sizing and affects pricing); add NotFoundException to DeleteInputSecurityGroups.

2.187.0

  • feature: AlexaForBusiness: Supports new field for DeviceStatusInfo which provides details about the DeviceStatus following a DeviceSync operation.
  • feature: CodeBuild: Adding support for Shallow Clone and GitHub Enterprise in AWS CodeBuild.
  • feature: GuardDuty: Added the missing AccessKeyDetails object to the resource shape.
  • feature: Lambda: AWS Lambda now supports Revision ID on your function versions and aliases, to track and apply conditional updates when you are updating your function version or alias resources.
  • feature: MetadataService: Allow environmental disabling of the AWS.MetadataService client by setting the AWS_EC2_METADATA_DISABLED environment variable to a truthy value.

2.186.0

  • feature: Budgets: Add additional costTypes: IncludeDiscount, UseAmortized, to support finer control for different charges included in a cost budget.

2.185.0

  • feature: Glue: New AWS Glue DataCatalog APIs to manage table versions and a new feature to skip archiving of the old table version when updating table.
  • feature: TranscribeService: Amazon Transcribe Public Preview Release

2.184.0

  • feature: SageMaker: CreateTrainingJob and CreateEndpointConfig now supports KMS Key for volume encryption.

2.183.0

  • feature: ApplicationAutoScaling: Application Auto Scaling is adding support for Target Tracking Scaling for ECS services.
  • feature: AutoScalingPlans: AWS Auto Scaling enables you to quickly discover all of the scalable resources underlying your application and set up application scaling in minutes using built-in scaling recommendations.
  • feature: RDS: With this release you can now integrate RDS DB instances with CloudWatch Logs. We have added parameters to the operations for creating and modifying DB instances (for example CreateDBInstance) to allow you to take advantage of this capability through the CLI and API. Once you enable this feature, a stream of log events will publish to CloudWatch Logs for each log type you enable.

2.182.0

  • feature: Lambda: Support for creating Lambda Functions using 'dotnetcore2.0' and 'go1.x'.

2.181.0

  • feature: Glue: Support is added to generate ETL scripts in Scala which can now be run by AWS Glue ETL jobs. In addition, the trigger API now supports firing when any conditions are met (in addition to all conditions). Also, jobs can be triggered based on a "failed" or "stopped" job run (in addition to a "succeeded" job run).

2.180.0

  • feature: ELB: Added OperationNotPermittedException to indicate that you cannot create a classic load balancer while deleting the Elastic Load Balancing service-linked role.
  • feature: ELBv2: Added OperationNotPermittedException to indicate that you cannot create a load balancer while deleting the Elastic Load Balancing service-linked role.
  • feature: RDS: Read Replicas for Amazon RDS for MySQL, MariaDB, and PostgreSQL now support Multi-AZ deployments.Amazon RDS Read Replicas enable you to create one or more read-only copies of your database instance within the same AWS Region or in a different AWS Region. Updates made to the source database are asynchronously copied to the Read Replicas. In addition to providing scalability for read-heavy workloads, you can choose to promote a Read Replica to become standalone a DB instance when needed.Amazon RDS Multi-AZ Deployments provide enhanced availability for database instances within a single AWS Region. With Multi-AZ, your data is synchronously replicated to a standby in a different Availability Zone (AZ). In case of an infrastructure failure, Amazon RDS performs an automatic failover to the standby, minimizing disruption to your applications.You can now combine Read Replicas with Multi-AZ as part of a disaster recovery strategy for your production databases. A well-designed and tested plan is critical for maintaining business continuity after a disaster. Since Read Replicas can also be created in different regions than the source database, your Read Replica can be promoted to become the new production database in case of a regional disruption.You can also combine Read Replicas with Multi-AZ for your database engine upgrade process. You can create a Read Replica of your production database instance and upgrade it to a new database engine version. When the upgrade is complete, you can stop applications, promote the Read Replica to a standalone database instance and switch over your applications. Since the database instance is already a Multi-AZ deployment, no additional steps are needed.For more information, see the Amazon RDS User Guide.

2.179.0

  • feature: DirectoryService: On October 24 we introduced AWS Directory Service for Microsoft Active Directory (Standard Edition), also known as AWS Microsoft AD (Standard Edition), which is a managed Microsoft Active Directory (AD) that is optimized for small and midsize businesses (SMBs). With this SDK release, you can now create an AWS Microsoft AD directory using API. This enables you to run typical SMB workloads using a cost-effective, highly available, and managed Microsoft AD in the AWS Cloud.

2.178.0

  • feature: CodeDeploy: The AWS CodeDeploy API was updated to support DeleteGitHubAccountToken, a new method that deletes a GitHub account connection.
  • feature: Route53: This release adds an exception to the CreateTrafficPolicyVersion API operation.

2.177.0

  • feature: Inspector: Added 2 new attributes to the DescribeAssessmentTemplate response, indicating the total number of assessment runs and last assessment run ARN (if present.)

2.176.0

  • feature: WorkSpaces: Modify WorkSpaces have been updated with flexible storage and switching of hardware bundles feature. The following configurations have been added to ModifyWorkSpacesProperties: storage and compute. This update provides the capability to configure the storage of a WorkSpace. It also adds the capability of switching hardware bundle of a WorkSpace by specifying an eligible compute (Value, Standard, Performance, Power).

2.175.0

  • feature: EC2: This release fixes an issue with tags not showing in DescribeAddresses responses.
  • feature: ECS: Amazon ECS users can now set a health check initialization wait period of their ECS services, the services that are associated with an Elastic Load Balancer (ELB) will wait for a period of time before the ELB become healthy. You can now configure this in Create and Update Service.
  • feature: Inspector: PreviewAgents API now returns additional fields within the AgentPreview data type. The API now shows the agent health and availability status for all instances included in the assessment target. This allows users to check the health status of Inspector Agents before running an assessment. In addition, it shows the instance ID, hostname, and IP address of the targeted instances.
  • feature: SageMaker: SageMaker Models no longer support SupplementalContainers. API's that have been affected are CreateModel and DescribeModel.

2.174.0

  • feature: CodeBuild: Adding support allowing AWS CodeBuild customers to select specific curated image versions.
  • feature: EC2: Elastic IP tagging enables you to add key and value metadata to your Elastic IPs so that you can search, filter, and organize them according to your organization's needs.
  • feature: KinesisAnalytics: Kinesis Analytics now supports AWS Lambda functions as output.

2.173.0

  • feature: ConfigService: Update ResourceType enum with values for WAF, WAFRegional, and CloudFront resources
  • feature: Iot: This release adds support for code signed Over-the-air update functionality for Amazon FreeRTOS. Users can now create and schedule Over-the-air updates to their Amazon FreeRTOS devices using these new APIs.

2.172.0

  • feature: APIGateway: API Gateway now adds support for calling API with compressed payloads using one of the supported content codings, tagging an API stage for cost allocation, and returning API keys from a custom authorizer for use with a usage plan.
  • feature: Route53: Route 53 added support for a new China (Ningxia) region, cn-northwest-1. You can now specify cn-northwest-1 as the region for latency-based or geoproximity routing. Route 53 also added support for a new EU (Paris) region, eu-west-3. You can now associate VPCs in eu-west-3 with private hosted zones and create alias records that route traffic to resources in eu-west-3.

2.171.0

  • feature: AppStream: This API update is to enable customers to add tags to their Amazon AppStream 2.0 resources

2.170.0

  • feature: APIGateway: Adds support for Cognito Authorizer scopes at the API method level.

2.169.0

  • feature: WorkMail: Today, Amazon WorkMail released an administrative SDK and enabled AWS CloudTrail integration. With the administrative SDK, you can natively integrate WorkMail with your existing services. The SDK enables programmatic user, resource, and group management through API calls. This means your existing IT tools and workflows can now automate WorkMail management, and third party applications can streamline WorkMail migrations and account actions.

2.168.0

  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: Exposing the hosted UI domain name for a user pool that has a domain configured.
  • feature: LexModelBuildingService: The GetBotChannelAssociation API now returns the status and failure reason, if any, for a bot channel.
  • feature: SageMaker: CreateModel API Update: The request parameter 'ExecutionRoleArn' has changed from optional to required.

2.167.0

  • feature: AppStream: This API update is to support the feature that allows customers to automatically consume the latest Amazon AppStream 2.0 agent as and when published by AWS.
  • feature: CloudWatch: With this launch, you can now create a CloudWatch alarm that alerts you when M out of N datapoints of a metric are breaching your predefined threshold, such as three out of five times in any given five minutes interval or two out of six times in a thirty minutes interval. When M out of N datapoints are not breaching your threshold in an interval, the alarm will be in OK state. Please note that the M datapoints out of N datapoints in an interval can be of any order and does not need to be consecutive. Consequently, you can now get alerted even when the spikes in your metrics are intermittent over an interval.

2.166.0

  • feature: ES: Added support for encryption of data at rest on Amazon Elasticsearch Service using AWS KMS
  • feature: SES: Customers can customize the emails that Amazon SES sends when verifying new identities. This feature is helpful for developers whose applications send email through Amazon SES on behalf of their customers.

2.165.0

  • feature: CloudDirectory: Amazon Cloud Directory makes it easier for you to apply schema changes across your directories with in-place schema upgrades. Your directories now remain available while backward-compatible schema changes are being applied, such as the addition of new fields. You also can view the history of your schema changes in Cloud Directory by using both major and minor version identifiers, which can help you track and audit schema versions across directories.
  • feature: SageMaker: Initial waiters for common SageMaker workflows.

2.164.0

  • feature: Iot: Add error action API for RulesEngine.
  • feature: ServiceCatalog: ServiceCatalog has two distinct personas for its use, an "admin" persona (who creates sets of products with different versions and prescribes who has access to them) and an "end-user" persona (who can launch cloud resources based on the configuration data their admins have given them access to). This API update will allow admin users to deactivate/activate product versions, end-user will only be able to access and launch active product versions.
  • feature: ServiceDiscovery: Amazon Route 53 Auto Naming lets you configure public or private namespaces that your microservice applications run in. When instances of the service become available, you can call the Auto Naming API to register the instance, and Amazon Route 53 automatically creates up to five DNS records and an optional health check. Clients that submit DNS queries for the service receive an answer that contains up to eight healthy records.

2.163.0

  • feature: Budgets: Add additional costTypes to support finer control for different charges included in a cost budget.

2.162.0

  • feature: SageMaker: Preparing to release updated waiters week of December 4, 2017 for all supported SDKs.

2.161.0

  • feature: APIGateway: Added support Private Integration and VPC Link features in API Gateway. This allows to create an API with the API Gateway private integration, thus providing clients access to HTTP/HTTPS resources in an Amazon VPC from outside of the VPC through a VpcLink resource.
  • feature: AlexaForBusiness: Alexa for Business is now generally available for production use. Alexa for Business makes it easy for you to use Alexa in your organization. The Alexa for Business SDK gives you APIs to manage Alexa devices, enroll users, and assign skills at scale. For more information about Alexa for Business, go to https://aws.amazon.com/alexaforbusiness
  • feature: Cloud9: Adds support for creating and managing AWS Cloud9 development environments. AWS Cloud9 is a cloud-based integrated development environment (IDE) that you use to write, run, and debug code.
  • feature: EC2: Adds the following updates: 1. Spread Placement ensures that instances are placed on distinct hardware in order to reduce correlated failures. 2. Inter-region VPC Peering allows customers to peer VPCs across different AWS regions without requiring additional gateways, VPN connections or physical hardware
  • feature: Lambda: AWS Lambda now supports the ability to set the concurrency limits for individual functions, and increasing memory to 3008MB.
  • feature: ServerlessApplicationRepository: First release of the AWS Serverless Application Repository SDK

2.160.0

  • feature: AutoScaling: You can now use Auto Scaling with EC2 Launch Templates via the CreateAutoScalingGroup and UpdateAutoScalingGroup APIs.
  • feature: EC2: Adds the following updates: 1. T2 Unlimited enables high CPU performance for any period of time whenever required 2. You are now able to create and launch EC2 m5 and h1 instances
  • feature: Lightsail: This release adds support for load balancer and TLS/SSL certificate management. This set of APIs allows customers to create, manage, and scale secure load balanced applications on Lightsail infrastructure. To provide support for customers who manage their DNS on Lightsail, we've added the ability create an Alias A type record which can point to a load balancer DNS name via the CreateDomainEntry API http://docs.aws.amazon.com/lightsail/2016-11-28/api-reference/API_CreateDomainEntry.html.
  • feature: ResourceGroups: AWS Resource Groups lets you search and group AWS resources from multiple services based on their tags.
  • feature: SSM: This release updates AWS Systems Manager APIs to enable executing automations at controlled rate, target resources in a resource groups and execute entire automation at once or single step at a time. It is now also possible to use YAML, in addition to JSON, when creating Systems Manager documents.
  • feature: WAF: This release adds support for rule group and managed rule group. Rule group is a container of rules that customers can create, put rules in it and associate the rule group to a WebACL. All rules in a rule group will function identically as they would if each rule was individually associated to the WebACL. Managed rule group is a pre-configured rule group composed by our security partners and made available via the AWS Marketplace. Customers can subscribe to these managed rule groups, associate the managed rule group to their WebACL and start using them immediately to protect their resources.
  • feature: WAFRegional: This release adds support for rule group and managed rule group. Rule group is a container of rules that customers can create, put rules in it and associate the rule group to a WebACL. All rules in a rule group will function identically as they would if each rule was individually associated to the WebACL. Managed rule group is a pre-configured rule group composed by our security partners and made available via the AWS Marketplace. Customers can subscribe to these managed rule groups, associate the managed rule group to their WebACL and start using them immediately to protect their resources.

2.159.0

  • feature: Comprehend: Amazon Comprehend is an AWS service for gaining insight into the content of text and documents . It develops insights by recognizing the entities, key phrases, language, sentiments, and other common elements in a document. For more information, go to the Amazon Comprehend product page. To get started, see the Amazon Comprehend Developer Guide.
  • feature: DynamoDB: Amazon DynamoDB now supports the following features: Global Table and On-Demand Backup. Global Table is a fully-managed, multi-region, multi-master database. DynamoDB customers can now write anywhere and read anywhere with single-digit millisecond latency by performing database operations closest to where end users reside. Global Table also enables customers to disaster-proof their applications, keeping them running and data accessible even in the face of natural disasters or region disruptions. Customers can set up Global Table with just a few clicks in the AWS Management Console-no application rewrites required. On-Demand Backup capability is to protect data from loss due to application errors, and meet customers' archival needs for compliance and regulatory reasons. Customers can backup and restore their DynamoDB table data anytime, with a single-click in the AWS management console or a single API call. Backup and restore actions execute with zero impact on table performance or availability. For more information, see the Amazon DynamoDB Developer Guide.
  • feature: ECS: Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS) released a new launch type for running containers on a serverless infrastructure. The Fargate launch type allows you to run your containerized applications without the need to provision and manage the backend infrastructure. Just register your task definition and Fargate launches the container for you.
  • feature: Glacier: This release includes support for Glacier Select, a new feature that allows you to filter and analyze your Glacier archives and store the results in a user-specified S3 location.
  • feature: Greengrass: Greengrass OTA feature allows updating Greengrass Core and Greengrass OTA Agent. Local Resource Access feature allows Greengrass Lambdas to access local resources such as peripheral devices and volumes.
  • feature: IoTJobsDataPlane: This release adds support for new the service called Iot Jobs. This client is built for the device SDK to use Iot Jobs Device specific APIs.
  • feature: Iot: This release adds support for a number of new IoT features, including AWS IoT Device Management (Jobs, Fleet Index and Thing Registration), Thing Groups, Policies on Thing Groups, Registry & Job Events, JSON Logs, Fine-Grained Logging Controls, Custom Authorization and AWS Service Authentication Using X.509 Certificates.
  • feature: KinesisVideo: Announcing Amazon Kinesis Video Streams, a fully managed video ingestion and storage service. Kinesis Video Streams makes it easy to securely stream video from connected devices to AWS for machine learning, analytics, and processing. You can also stream other time-encoded data like RADAR and LIDAR signals using Kinesis Video Streams.
  • feature: KinesisVideoArchivedMedia: Announcing Amazon Kinesis Video Streams, a fully managed video ingestion and storage service. Kinesis Video Streams makes it easy to securely stream video from connected devices to AWS for machine learning, analytics, and processing. You can also stream other time-encoded data like RADAR and LIDAR signals using Kinesis Video Streams.
  • feature: KinesisVideoMedia: Announcing Amazon Kinesis Video Streams, a fully managed video ingestion and storage service. Kinesis Video Streams makes it easy to securely stream video from connected devices to AWS for machine learning, analytics, and processing. You can also stream other time-encoded data like RADAR and LIDAR signals using Kinesis Video Streams.
  • feature: Rekognition: This release introduces Amazon Rekognition support for video analysis.
  • feature: S3: This release includes support for Glacier Select, a new feature that allows you to filter and analyze your Glacier storage class objects and store the results in a user-specified S3 location.
  • feature: SageMaker: Amazon SageMaker is a fully-managed service that enables data scientists and developers to quickly and easily build, train, and deploy machine learning models, at scale.
  • feature: SageMakerRuntime: Amazon SageMaker is a fully-managed service that enables data scientists and developers to quickly and easily build, train, and deploy machine learning models, at scale.
  • feature: Translate: Public preview release of Amazon Translate and the Amazon Translate Developer Guide. For more information, see the Amazon Translate Developer Guide.

2.158.0

  • feature: APIGateway: Changes related to CanaryReleaseDeployment feature. Enables API developer to create a deployment as canary deployment and test API changes with percentage of customers before promoting changes to all customers.
  • feature: AppSync: AWS AppSync is an enterprise-level, fully managed GraphQL service with real-time data synchronization and offline programming features.
  • feature: Batch: Add support for Array Jobs which allow users to easily submit many copies of a job with a single API call. This change also enhances the job dependency model to support N_TO_N and sequential dependency chains. The ListJobs and DescribeJobs APIs now have the ability to list or describe the status of entire Array Jobs or individual elements within the array.
  • feature: CodeDeploy: Support for AWS Lambda function deployment - AWS CodeDeploy now supports the deployment of AWS Lambda functions. A Lambda deployment uses a Lambda function alias to shift traffic to a new version. You select a deployment configuration that specifies exactly how traffic shifts to your new version. Success of a deployment can be validated using Lambda functions that are referenced by the deployment. This provides the opportunity to rollback if necessary.
  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: AWS Cognito SDK has been updated to support new Cognito user-pool objects and operations for advanced security
  • feature: EC2: Adds the following updates: 1. You are now able to host a service powered by AWS PrivateLink to provide private connectivity to other VPCs. You are now also able to create endpoints to other services powered by PrivateLink including AWS services, Marketplace Seller services or custom services created by yourself or other AWS VPC customers. 2. You are now able to save launch parameters in a single template that can be used with Auto Scaling, Spot Fleet, Spot, and On Demand instances. 3. You are now able to launch Spot instances via the RunInstances API, using a single additional parameter. RunInstances will response synchronously with an instance ID should capacity be available for your Spot request. 4. A simplified Spot pricing model which delivers low, predictable prices that adjust gradually, based on long-term trends in supply and demand. 5. Amazon EC2 Spot can now hibernate Amazon EBS-backed instances in the event of an interruption, so your workloads pick up from where they left off. Spot can fulfill your request by resuming instances from a hibernated state when capacity is available.
  • feature: GuardDuty: Enable Amazon GuardDuty to continuously monitor and process AWS data sources to identify threats to your AWS accounts and workloads. You can add customization by uploading additional threat intelligence lists and IP safe lists. You can list security findings, suspend, and disable the service.
  • feature: Lambda: Lambda aliases can now shift traffic between two function versions, based on preassigned weights.
  • feature: MQ: This is the initial SDK release for Amazon MQ. Amazon MQ is a managed message broker service for Apache ActiveMQ that makes it easy to set up and operate message brokers in the cloud.
  • feature: credentials_provider: Add general purpose RemoteCredentials and derive ECSCredentials from it

2.157.0

  • feature: MediaConvert: AWS Elemental MediaConvert is a file-based video conversion service that transforms media into formats required for traditional broadcast and for internet streaming to multi-screen devices.
  • feature: MediaLive: AWS Elemental MediaLive is a video service that lets you easily create live outputs for broadcast and streaming delivery.
  • feature: MediaPackage: AWS Elemental MediaPackage is a just-in-time video packaging and origination service that lets you format highly secure and reliable live outputs for a variety of devices.
  • feature: MediaStore: AWS Elemental MediaStore is an AWS storage service optimized for media. It gives you the performance, consistency, and low latency required to deliver live and on-demand video content. AWS Elemental MediaStore acts as the origin store in your video workflow.
  • feature: MediaStoreData: AWS Elemental MediaStore is an AWS storage service optimized for media. It gives you the performance, consistency, and low latency required to deliver live and on-demand video content. AWS Elemental MediaStore acts as the origin store in your video workflow.

2.156.0

  • bugfix: Presigner: Update presigner to only hoist headers in v2
  • feature: ACM: AWS Certificate Manager now supports the ability to import domainless certs and additional Key Types as well as an additional validation method for DNS.

2.155.0

  • feature: APIGateway: Add support for Access logs and customizable integration timeouts
  • feature: CloudFormation: 1) Instance-level parameter overrides (CloudFormation-StackSet feature): This feature will allow the customers to override the template parameters on specific stackInstances. Customers will also have ability to update their existing instances with/without parameter-overrides using a new API "UpdateStackInstances" 2) Add support for SSM parameters in CloudFormation - This feature will allow the customers to use Systems Manager parameters in CloudFormation templates. They will be able to see values for these parameters in Describe APIs.
  • feature: CodeBuild: Adding support for accessing Amazon VPC resources from AWS CodeBuild, dependency caching and build badges.
  • feature: EMR: Enable Kerberos on Amazon EMR.
  • feature: Rekognition: This release includes updates to Amazon Rekognition for the following APIs. The new DetectText API allows you to recognize and extract textual content from images. Face Model Versioning has been added to operations that deal with face detection.
  • feature: Shield: The AWS Shield SDK has been updated in order to support Elastic IP address protections, the addition of AttackProperties objects in DescribeAttack responses, and a new GetSubscriptionState operation.
  • feature: StorageGateway: AWS Storage Gateway now enables you to get notification when all your files written to your NFS file share have been uploaded to Amazon S3. Storage Gateway also enables guessing of the MIME type for uploaded objects based on file extensions.
  • feature: XRay: Added automatic pagination support for AWS X-Ray APIs in the SDKs that support this feature.

2.154.0

  • feature: CodeCommit: AWS CodeCommit now supports pull requests. You can use pull requests to collaboratively review code changes for minor changes or fixes, major feature additions, or new versions of your released software.
  • feature: CostExplorer: The AWS Cost Explorer API gives customers programmatic access to AWS cost and usage information, allowing them to perform adhoc queries and build interactive cost management applications that leverage this dataset.
  • feature: Firehose: This release includes a new Kinesis Firehose feature that supports Splunk as Kinesis Firehose delivery destination. You can now use Kinesis Firehose to ingest real-time data to Splunk in a serverless, reliable, and salable manner. This release also includes a new feature that allows you to configure Lambda buffer size in Kinesis Firehose data transformation feature. You can now customize the data buffer size before invoking Lambda function in Kinesis Firehose for data transformation. This feature allows you to flexibly trade-off processing and delivery latency with cost and efficiency based on your specific use cases and requirements.
  • feature: Kinesis: Customers can now obtain the important characteristics of their stream with DescribeStreamSummary. The response will not include the shard list for the stream but will have the number of open shards, and all the other fields included in the DescribeStream response.
  • feature: WorkDocs: DescribeGroups API and miscellaneous enhancements

2.153.0

  • feature: ApplicationAutoScaling: This SDK update contains support for Target Tracking scaling for EC2 Spot Fleet. It allows you to scale an EC2 Spot Fleet using a Target Tracking scaling policy.
  • feature: DMS: Support for migration task assessment. Support for data validation after the migration.
  • feature: RDS: Amazon RDS now supports importing MySQL databases by using backup files from Amazon S3.
  • feature: S3: Added ORC to the supported S3 Inventory formats.

2.152.0

  • bugfix: S3: Reverts default signatureVersion for S3 presigned URLs to the lowest signatureVersion the region supports. 2.150.0 changed the default signatureVersion of all presigned URLs to v4. This change does not affect S3 clients that had the signatureVersion explicitly defined.
  • feature: ApplicationAutoScaling: Application Auto Scaling now supports automatic scaling of Amazon Aurora replicas
  • feature: EC2: You are now able to create and launch EC2 x1e smaller instance sizes
  • feature: Glue: API update for AWS Glue. New crawler configuration attribute enables customers to specify crawler behavior. New XML classifier enables classification of XML data.
  • feature: Organizations: This release adds APIs that you can use to enable and disable integration with AWS services designed to work with AWS Organizations. This integration allows the AWS service to perform operations on your behalf on all of the accounts in your organization. Although you can use these APIs yourself, we recommend that you instead use the commands provided in the other AWS service to enable integration with AWS Organizations.
  • feature: Route53: You can use Route 53's GetAccountLimit/GetHostedZoneLimit/GetReusableDelegationSetLimit APIs to view your current limits (including custom set limits) on Route 53 resources such as hosted zones and health checks. These APIs also return the number of each resource you're currently using to enable comparison against your current limits.

2.151.0

  • feature: APIGateway: 1. Extended GetDocumentationParts operation to support retrieving documentation parts resources without contents. 2. Added hosted zone ID in the custom domain response.
  • feature: Polly: Amazon Polly adds Korean language support with new female voice - "Seoyeon" and new Indian English female voice - "Aditi"
  • feature: SES: SES launches Configuration Set Reputation Metrics and Email Pausing Today, two features that build upon the capabilities of the reputation dashboard. The first is the ability to export reputation metrics for individual configuration sets. The second is the ability to temporarily pause email sending, either at the configuration set level, or across your entire Amazon SES account.
  • feature: StepFunctions: You can now use the UpdateStateMachine API to update your state machine definition and role ARN. Existing executions will continue to use the previous definition and role ARN. You can use the DescribeStateMachineForExecution API to determine which state machine definition and role ARN is associated with an execution

2.150.0

  • feature: ECS: Added new mode for Task Networking in ECS, called awsvpc mode. Mode configuration parameters to be passed in via awsvpcConfiguration. Updated APIs now use/show this new mode - RegisterTaskDefinition, CreateService, UpdateService, RunTask, StartTask.
  • feature: ECS: Remove localhost restriction for ECS credential provider
  • feature: Lightsail: Lightsail now supports attached block storage, which allows you to scale your applications and protect application data with additional SSD-backed storage disks. This feature allows Lightsail customers to attach secure storage disks to their Lightsail instances and manage their attached disks, including creating and deleting disks, attaching and detaching disks from instances, and backing up disks via snapshot.
  • feature: Route53: When a Route 53 health check or hosted zone is created by a linked AWS service, the object now includes information about the service that created it. Hosted zones or health checks that are created by a linked service can't be updated or deleted using Route 53.
  • feature: SSM: EC2 Systems Manager GetInventory API adds support for aggregation.

2.149.0

  • feature: EC2: Introduces the following features: 1. Create a default subnet in an Availability Zone if no default subnet exists. 2. Spot Fleet integrates with Elastic Load Balancing to enable you to attach one or more load balancers to a Spot Fleet request. When you attach the load balancer, it automatically registers the instance in the Spot Fleet to the load balancers which distributes incoming traffic across the instances.

2.148.0

  • feature: ApplicationAutoScaling: Application Auto Scaling customers are now able to schedule adjustments to their MinCapacity and MaxCapacity, which makes it possible to pre-provision adequate capacity for anticipated demand and then reduce the provisioned capacity as demand lulls.
  • feature: EC2: AWS PrivateLink for Amazon Services - Customers can now privately access Amazon services from their Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC), without using public IPs, and without requiring the traffic to traverse across the Internet.
  • feature: ElastiCache: This release adds online resharding for ElastiCache for Redis offering, providing the ability to add and remove shards from a running cluster. Developers can now dynamically scale-out or scale-in their Redis cluster workloads to adapt to changes in demand. ElastiCache will resize the cluster by adding or removing shards and redistribute hash slots uniformly across the new shard configuration, all while the cluster continues to stay online and serves requests.
  • feature: Logger: Update the request logger to exclude sensitive input parammeters from being logged

2.147.0

  • feature: ELBv2: Added a new limit related to Network Load Balancers on the number of targets per load balancer per AZ.
  • feature: RDS: DescribeOrderableDBInstanceOptions now returns the minimum and maximum allowed values for storage size, total provisioned IOPS, and provisioned IOPS per GiB for a DB instance.
  • feature: S3: This releases adds support for 4 features: 1. Default encryption for S3 Bucket, 2. Encryption status in inventory and Encryption support for inventory. 3. Cross region replication of KMS-encrypted objects, and 4. ownership overwrite for CRR.

2.146.0

  • feature: EC2: You are now able to create and launch EC2 C5 instances, the next generation of EC2's compute-optimized instances, in us-east-1, us-west-2 and eu-west-1. C5 instances offer up to 72 vCPUs, 144 GiB of DDR4 instance memory, 25 Gbps in Network bandwidth and improved EBS and Networking bandwidth on smaller instance sizes to deliver improved performance for compute-intensive workloads.
  • feature: KMS: Documentation updates for AWS KMS.
  • feature: Pricing: This is the initial release of AWS Price List Service.
  • feature: StepFunctions: Documentation update.

2.145.0

  • feature: ECS: Amazon ECS users can now add devices to their containers and enable init process in containers through the use of docker's 'devices' and 'init' features. These fields can be specified under linuxParameters in ContainerDefinition in the Task Definition Template.

2.144.0

  • feature: APIGateway: This release supports creating and managing Regional and Edge-Optimized API endpoints.

2.143.0

  • feature: DirectConnect: AWS DirectConnect now provides support for Global Access for Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) via a new feature called Direct Connect Gateway. A Direct Connect Gateway will allow you to group multiple Direct Connect Private Virtual Interfaces (DX-VIF) and Private Virtual Gateways (VGW) from different AWS regions (but belonging to the same AWS Account) and pass traffic from any DX-VIF to any VPC in the grouping.

2.142.0

  • feature: Configuration: Allow the logger by SDK clients to be controlled via the environment if not defined programmatically. If the AWSJS_DEBUG environment variable is set to a truthy value and no other logger is defined, the global console object will be used.
  • feature: DirectConnect: AWS DirectConnect now provides support for Global Access for Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) via a new feature called Direct Connect Gateway. A Direct Connect Gateway will allow you to group multiple Direct Connect Private Virtual Interfaces (DX-VIF) and Private Virtual Gateways (VGW) from different AWS regions (but belonging to the same AWS Account) and pass traffic from any DX-VIF to any VPC in the grouping.

2.141.0

  • feature: CloudFront: You can now specify additional options for MinimumProtocolVersion, which controls the SSL/TLS protocol that CloudFront uses to communicate with viewers. The minimum protocol version that you choose also determines the ciphers that CloudFront uses to encrypt the content that it returns to viewers.
  • feature: EC2: You are now able to create and launch EC2 P3 instance, next generation GPU instances, optimized for machine learning and high performance computing applications. With up to eight NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs, P3 instances provide up to one petaflop of mixed-precision, 125 teraflops of single-precision, and 62 teraflops of double-precision floating point performance, as well as a 300 GB/s second-generation NVLink interconnect that enables high-speed, low-latency GPU-to-GPU communication. P3 instances also feature up to 64 vCPUs based on custom Intel Xeon E5 (Broadwell) processors, 488 GB of DRAM, and 25 Gbps of dedicated aggregate network bandwidth using the Elastic Network Adapter (ENA).

2.140.0

  • feature: ConfigService: AWS Config support for CodeBuild Project resource type
  • feature: ElastiCache: Amazon ElastiCache for Redis today announced support for data encryption both for data in-transit and data at-rest. The new encryption in-transit functionality enables ElastiCache for Redis customers to encrypt data for all communication between clients and Redis engine, and all intra-cluster Redis communication. The encryption at-rest functionality allows customers to encrypt their S3 based backups. Customers can begin using the new functionality by simply enabling this functionality via AWS console, and a small configuration change in their Redis clients. The ElastiCache for Redis service automatically manages life cycle of the certificates required for encryption, including the issuance, renewal and expiration of certificates. Additionally, as part of this launch, customers will gain the ability to start using the Redis AUTH command that provides an added level of authentication.
  • feature: Glue: AWS Glue: Adding a new API, BatchStopJobRun, to stop one or more job runs for a specified Job.
  • feature: Pinpoint: Added support for APNs VoIP messages. Added support for collapsible IDs, message priority, and TTL for APNs and FCM/GCM.

2.139.0

  • feature: Organizations: This release supports integrating other AWS services with AWS Organizations through the use of an IAM service-linked role called AWSServiceRoleForOrganizations. Certain operations automatically create that role if it does not already exist.

2.138.0

  • feature: EC2: Adding pagination support for DescribeSecurityGroups for EC2 Classic and VPC Security Groups

2.137.0

  • feature: SQS: Added support for tracking cost allocation by adding, updating, removing, and listing the metadata tags of Amazon SQS queues.
  • feature: SSM: EC2 Systems Manager versioning support for Parameter Store. Also support for referencing parameter versions in SSM Documents.

2.136.0

  • feature: Lightsail: This release adds support for Windows Server-based Lightsail instances. The GetInstanceAccessDetails API now returns the password of your Windows Server-based instance when using the default key pair. GetInstanceAccessDetails also returns a PasswordData object for Windows Server instances containing the ciphertext and keyPairName. The Blueprint data type now includes a list of platform values (LINUX_UNIX or WINDOWS). The Bundle data type now includes a list of SupportedPlatforms values (LINUX_UNIX or WINDOWS).

2.135.0

  • feature: ES: This release adds support for VPC access to Amazon Elasticsearch Service.

2.134.0

  • feature: CORS: The LexModelBuildingService supports CORS. This change adds the service to the browser version of the SDK by default.
  • feature: EC2: You can now change the tenancy of your VPC from dedicated to default with a single API operation. For more details refer to the documentation for changing VPC tenancy.
  • feature: ES: AWS Elasticsearch adds support for enabling slow log publishing. Using slow log publishing options customers can configure and enable index/query slow log publishing of their domain to preferred AWS Cloudwatch log group.
  • feature: RDS: Adds waiters for DBSnapshotAvailable and DBSnapshotDeleted.
  • feature: WAF: This release adds support for regular expressions as match conditions in rules, and support for geographical location by country of request IP address as a match condition in rules.
  • feature: WAFRegional: This release adds support for regular expressions as match conditions in rules, and support for geographical location by country of request IP address as a match condition in rules.

2.133.0

  • feature: CodeCommit: This release includes the DeleteBranch API and a change to the contents of a Commit object.
  • feature: DMS: This change includes addition of new optional parameter to an existing API
  • feature: ElasticBeanstalk: Added the ability to add, delete or update Tags
  • feature: Polly: Amazon Polly exposes two new voices: "Matthew" (US English) and "Takumi" (Japanese)
  • feature: RDS: You can now call DescribeValidDBInstanceModifications to learn what modifications you can make to your DB instance. You can use this information when you call ModifyDBInstance.

2.132.0

  • feature: ECR: Adds support for new API set used to manage Amazon ECR repository lifecycle policies. Amazon ECR lifecycle policies enable you to specify the lifecycle management of images in a repository. The configuration is a set of one or more rules, where each rule defines an action for Amazon ECR to apply to an image. This allows the automation of cleaning up unused images, for example expiring images based on age or status. A lifecycle policy preview API is provided as well, which allows you to see the impact of a lifecycle policy on an image repository before you execute it
  • feature: SES: Added content related to email template management and templated email sending operations.

2.131.0

  • feature: EC2: This release includes updates to AWS Virtual Private Gateway.
  • feature: ELBv2: Server Name Indication (SNI) is an extension to the TLS protocol by which a client indicates the hostname to connect to at the start of the TLS handshake. The load balancer can present multiple certificates through the same secure listener, which enables it to support multiple secure websites using a single secure listener. Application Load Balancers also support a smart certificate selection algorithm with SNI. If the hostname indicated by a client matches multiple certificates, the load balancer determines the best certificate to use based on multiple factors including the capabilities of the client.
  • feature: OpsWorksCM: Provide engine specific information for node associations.

2.130.0

  • feature: ConfigService: Revert: Added missing enumeration values for ConfigurationItemStatus

2.129.0

  • feature: ConfigService: Added missing enumeration values for ConfigurationItemStatus

2.128.0

  • feature: Redshift: DescribeEventSubscriptions API supports tag keys and tag values as request parameters.

2.127.0

  • feature: KinesisAnalytics: Kinesis Analytics now supports schema discovery on objects in S3. Additionally, Kinesis Analytics now supports input data preprocessing through Lambda.
  • feature: Route53Domains: Added a new API that checks whether a domain name can be transferred to Amazon Route 53.

2.126.0

  • feature: EC2: This release includes service updates to AWS VPN.
  • feature: SSM: EC2 Systems Manager support for tagging SSM Documents. Also support for tag-based permissions to restrict access to SSM Documents based on these tags.

2.125.0

  • feature: AppStream: Includes APIs for managing and accessing image builders, and deleting images.
  • feature: CodeBuild: Adding support for Building GitHub Pull Requests in AWS CodeBuild
  • feature: MTurk: Today, Amazon Mechanical Turk (MTurk) supports SQS Notifications being delivered to Customers' SQS queues when different stages of the MTurk workflow are complete. We are going to create new functionality so that Customers can leverage SNS topics as a destination for notification messages when various stages of the MTurk workflow are complete.
  • feature: Organizations: This release flags the HandshakeParty structure's Type and Id fields as 'required'. They effectively were required in the past, as you received an error if you did not include them. This is now reflected at the API definition level.
  • feature: Route53: This change allows customers to reset elements of health check.

2.124.0

  • feature: Pinpoint: Added two new push notification channels: Amazon Device Messaging (ADM) and, for push notification support in China, Baidu Cloud Push. Added support for APNs auth via .p8 key file. Added operation for direct message deliveries to user IDs, enabling you to message an individual user on multiple endpoints.

2.123.0

  • feature: CloudFormation: You can now prevent a stack from being accidentally deleted by enabling termination protection on the stack. If you attempt to delete a stack with termination protection enabled, the deletion fails and the stack, including its status, remains unchanged. You can enable termination protection on a stack when you create it. Termination protection on stacks is disabled by default. After creation, you can set termination protection on a stack whose status is CREATE_COMPLETE, UPDATE_COMPLETE, or UPDATE_ROLLBACK_COMPLETE.

2.122.0

  • feature: ConfigService: AWS Config support for DynamoDB tables and Auto Scaling resource types
  • feature: ECS: Amazon ECS users can now add and drop Linux capabilities to their containers through the use of docker's cap-add and cap-drop features. Customers can specify the capabilities they wish to add or drop for each container in their task definition.

2.121.0

  • feature: Budgets: Including "DuplicateRecordException" in UpdateNotification and UpdateSubscriber.
  • feature: CloudWatchLogs: Adds support for associating LogGroups with KMS Keys.
  • feature: EC2: Add EC2 APIs to copy Amazon FPGA Images (AFIs) within the same region and across multiple regions, delete AFIs, and modify AFI attributes. AFI attributes include name, description and granting/denying other AWS accounts to load the AFI.

2.120.0

  • feature: AppStream: API updates for supporting On-Demand fleets.
  • feature: CodePipeline: This change includes a PipelineMetadata object that is part of the output from the GetPipeline API that includes the Pipeline ARN, created, and updated timestamp.
  • feature: Greengrass: Reset Deployments feature allows you to clean-up the cloud resource so you can delete the group. It also cleans up the core so that it goes back to the pre-deployment state.
  • feature: LexRuntime: Request attributes can be used to pass client specific information from the client to Amazon Lex as part of each request.
  • feature: RDS: Introduces the --option-group-name parameter to the ModifyDBSnapshot CLI command. You can specify this parameter when you upgrade an Oracle DB snapshot. The same option group considerations apply when upgrading a DB snapshot as when upgrading a DB instance. For more information, see http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonRDS/latest/UserGuide/USER_UpgradeDBInstance.Oracle.html#USER_UpgradeDBInstance.Oracle.OGPG.OG

2.119.0

  • feature: EC2: Fixed bug in EC2 clients preventing ElasticGpuSet from being set.

2.118.0

  • feature: EC2: Amazon EC2 now lets you opt for Spot instances to be stopped in the event of an interruption instead of being terminated. Your Spot request can be fulfilled again by restarting instances from a previously stopped state, subject to availability of capacity at or below your preferred price. When you submit a persistent Spot request, you can choose from "terminate" or "stop" as the instance interruption behavior. Choosing "stop" will shutdown your Spot instances so you can continue from this stopped state later on. This feature is only available for instances with Amazon EBS volume as their root device.
  • feature: IAM: A new API, DeleteServiceLinkedRole, submits a service-linked role deletion request and returns a DeletionTaskId, which you can use to check the status of the deletion.
  • feature: SES: Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) now lets you customize the domains used for tracking open and click events. Previously, open and click tracking links referred to destinations hosted on domains operated by Amazon SES. With this feature, you can use your own branded domains for capturing open and click events.

2.117.0

  • feature: APIGateway: Add a new enum "REQUEST" to '--type ' field in the current create-authorizer API, and make "identitySource" optional.

2.116.0

  • bugfix: clock skew: put the updating clock skew logic to each service client instead of using global config
  • feature: CodeBuild: Supporting Parameter Store in environment variables for AWS CodeBuild
  • feature: ServiceCatalog: This release of Service Catalog adds API support to copy products.

2.115.0

  • feature: AutoScaling: Customers can create Life Cycle Hooks at the time of creating Auto Scaling Groups through the CreateAutoScalingGroup API
  • feature: CloudWatchEvents: Exposes ConcurrentModificationException as one of the valid exceptions for PutPermission and RemovePermission operation.
  • feature: EC2: You are now able to create and launch EC2 x1e.32xlarge instance, a new EC2 instance in the X1 family, in us-east-1, us-west-2, eu-west-1, and ap-northeast-1. x1e.32xlarge offers 128 vCPUs, 3,904 GiB of DDR4 instance memory, high memory bandwidth, large L3 caches, and leading reliability capabilities to boost the performance and reliability of in-memory applications.

2.114.0

  • feature: EC2: Fixed bug in EC2 clients preventing HostOfferingSet from being set

2.113.0

  • feature: DeviceFarm: DeviceFarm has added support for two features - RemoteDebugging and Customer Artifacts. Customers can now do remote Debugging on their Private Devices and can now retrieve custom files generated by their tests on the device and the device host (execution environment) on both public and private devices.

2.112.0

  • feature: CloudWatchLogs: Adds support for the PutResourcePolicy, DescribeResourcePolicy and DeleteResourcePolicy APIs.

2.111.0

  • feature: EC2: With Tagging support, you can add Key and Value metadata to search, filter and organize your NAT Gateways according to your organization's needs.
  • feature: ELBv2: The feature enables the new Network Load Balancer that is optimized to handle volatile traffic patterns while using a single static IP address per Availability Zone. Network Load Balancer operates at the connection level (Layer 4), routing connections to Amazon EC2 instances and containers, within Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC) based on IP protocol data.
  • feature: LexModelBuildingService: Amazon Lex provides the ability to export your Amazon Lex chatbot definition as a JSON file that can be added to the target platform. The JSON configuration file contains the structure of your Amazon Lex chatbot, including the intent schema with utterances, slots, prompts and slot-types.
  • feature: Route53: You can configure Amazon Route 53 to log information about the DNS queries that Amazon Route 53 receives for your domains and subdomains. When you configure query logging, Amazon Route 53 starts to send logs to CloudWatch Logs. You can use various tools, including the AWS console, to access the query logs.

2.110.0

  • feature: Budgets: Add an optional "thresholdType" to notifications to support percentage or absolute value thresholds.

2.109.0

  • feature: CodeStar: Added support to tag CodeStar projects. Tags can be used to organize and find CodeStar projects on key-value pairs that you can choose. For example, you could add a tag with a key of "Release" and a value of "Beta" to projects your organization is working on for an upcoming beta release.

2.108.0

  • feature: GameLift: GameLift VPC resources can be peered with any other AWS VPC. R4 memory-optimized instances now available to deploy.
  • feature: Mobile: AWS Mobile Hub is an integrated experience designed to help developers build, test, configure and release cloud-based applications for mobile devices using Amazon Web Services. AWS Mobile Hub provides a console and API for developers, allowing them to quickly select desired features and integrate them into mobile applications. Features include NoSQL Database, Cloud Logic, Messaging and Analytics. With AWS Mobile Hub, you pay only for the underlying services that Mobile Hub provisions based on the features you choose in the Mobile Hub console.
  • feature: SSM: Adding KMS encryption support to SSM Inventory Resource Data Sync. Exposes the ClientToken parameter on SSM StartAutomationExecution to provide idempotent execution requests.

2.107.0

  • feature: CodeBuild: The AWS CodeBuild HTTP API now provides the BatchDeleteBuilds operation, which enables you to delete existing builds.
  • feature: EC2: Descriptions for Security Group Rules enables customers to be able to define a description for ingress and egress security group rules . The Descriptions for Security Group Rules feature supports one description field per Security Group rule for both ingress and egress rules . Descriptions for Security Group Rules provides a simple way to describe the purpose or function of a Security Group Rule allowing for easier customer identification of configuration elements . Prior to the release of Descriptions for Security Group Rules , customers had to maintain a separate system outside of AWS if they wanted to track Security Group Rule mapping and their purpose for being implemented. If a security group rule has already been created and you would like to update or change your description for that security group rule you can use the UpdateSecurityGroupRuleDescription API.
  • feature: ELBv2: This change now allows Application Load Balancers to distribute traffic to AWS resources using their IP addresses as targets in addition to the instance IDs. You can also load balance to resources outside the VPC hosting the load balancer using their IP addresses as targets. This includes resources in peered VPCs, EC2-Classic, and on-premises locations reachable over AWS Direct Connect or a VPN connection.
  • feature: LexModelBuildingService: Amazon Lex now supports synonyms for slot type values. If the user inputs a synonym, it will be resolved to the corresponding slot value.

2.106.0

  • feature: ApplicationAutoScaling: Application Auto Scaling now supports the DisableScaleIn option for Target Tracking Scaling Policies. This allows customers to create scaling policies that will only add capacity to the target.
  • feature: Organizations: The exception ConstraintViolationException now contains a new reason subcode MASTERACCOUNT_MISSING_CONTACT_INFO to make it easier to understand why attempting to remove an account from an Organization can fail. We also improved several other of the text descriptions and examples.

2.105.0

  • feature: ConfigService: Increased the internal size limit of resourceId
  • feature: EC2: Provides capability to add secondary CIDR blocks to a VPC.

2.104.0

  • feature: CloudFormation: Rollback triggers enable you to have AWS CloudFormation monitor the state of your application during stack creation and updating, and to roll back that operation if the application breaches the threshold of any of the alarms you've specified.
  • feature: GameLift: Update spelling of MatchmakingTicket status values for internal consistency.
  • feature: RDS: Option group options now contain additional properties that identify requirements for certain options. Check these properties to determine if your DB instance must be in a VPC or have auto minor upgrade turned on before you can use an option. Check to see if you can downgrade the version of an option after you have installed it.

2.103.0

  • feature: Rekognition: Update the enum value of LandmarkType and GenderType to be consistent with service response

2.102.0

  • feature: SSM: Changes to associations in Systems Manager State Manager can now be recorded. Previously, when you edited associations, you could not go back and review older association settings. Now, associations are versioned, and can be named using human-readable strings, allowing you to see a trail of association changes. You can also perform rate-based scheduling, which allows you to schedule associations more granularly.

2.101.0

  • feature: Firehose: This change will allow customers to attach a Firehose delivery stream to an existing Kinesis stream directly. You no longer need a forwarder to move data from a Kinesis stream to a Firehose delivery stream. You can now run your streaming applications on your Kinesis stream and easily attach a Firehose delivery stream to it for data delivery to S3, Redshift, or Elasticsearch concurrently.
  • feature: Route53: Amazon Route 53 now supports CAA resource record type. A CAA record controls which certificate authorities are allowed to issue certificates for the domain or subdomain.

2.100.0

  • feature: GameLift: The Matchmaking Grouping Service is a new feature that groups player match requests for a given game together into game sessions based on developer configured rules.

2.99.0

  • feature: EC2: Fixed bug in EC2 clients preventing HostReservation from being set

2.98.0

  • feature: Batch: This release enhances the DescribeJobs API to include the CloudWatch logStreamName attribute in ContainerDetail and ContainerDetailAttempt
  • feature: CloudHSMV2: CloudHSM provides hardware security modules for protecting sensitive data and cryptographic keys within an EC2 VPC, and enable the customer to maintain control over key access and use. This is a second-generation of the service that will improve security, lower cost and provide better customer usability.
  • feature: EFS: Customers can create encrypted EFS file systems and specify a KMS master key to encrypt it with.
  • feature: Glue: AWS Glue is a fully managed extract, transform, and load (ETL) service that makes it easy for customers to prepare and load their data for analytics. You can create and run an ETL job with a few clicks in the AWS Management Console. You simply point AWS Glue to your data stored on AWS, and AWS Glue discovers your data and stores the associated metadata (e.g. table definition and schema) in the AWS Glue Data Catalog. Once cataloged, your data is immediately searchable, queryable, and available for ETL. AWS Glue generates the code to execute your data transformations and data loading processes. AWS Glue generates Python code that is entirely customizable, reusable, and portable. Once your ETL job is ready, you can schedule it to run on AWS Glue's fully managed, scale-out Spark environment. AWS Glue provides a flexible scheduler with dependency resolution, job monitoring, and alerting. AWS Glue is serverless, so there is no infrastructure to buy, set up, or manage. It automatically provisions the environment needed to complete the job, and customers pay only for the compute resources consumed while running ETL jobs. With AWS Glue, data can be available for analytics in minutes.
  • feature: MigrationHub: AWS Migration Hub provides a single location to track migrations across multiple AWS and partner solutions. Using Migration Hub allows you to choose the AWS and partner migration tools that best fit your needs, while providing visibility into the status of your entire migration portfolio. Migration Hub also provides key metrics and progress for individual applications, regardless of which tools are being used to migrate them. For example, you might use AWS Database Migration Service, AWS Server Migration Service, and partner migration tools to migrate an application comprised of a database, virtualized web servers, and a bare metal server. Using Migration Hub will provide you with a single screen that shows the migration progress of all the resources in the application. This allows you to quickly get progress updates across all of your migrations, easily identify and troubleshoot any issues, and reduce the overall time and effort spent on your migration projects. Migration Hub is available to all AWS customers at no additional charge. You only pay for the cost of the migration tools you use, and any resources being consumed on AWS.
  • feature: SSM: Systems Manager Maintenance Windows include the following changes or enhancements: New task options using Systems Manager Automation, AWS Lambda, and AWS Step Functions; enhanced ability to edit the targets of a Maintenance Window, including specifying a target name and description, and ability to edit the owner field; enhanced ability to edits tasks; enhanced support for Run Command parameters; and you can now use a --safe flag when attempting to deregister a target. If this flag is enabled when you attempt to deregister a target, the system returns an error if the target is referenced by any task. Also, Systems Manager now includes Configuration Compliance to scan your fleet of managed instances for patch compliance and configuration inconsistencies. You can collect and aggregate data from multiple AWS accounts and Regions, and then drill down into specific resources that aren't compliant.
  • feature: StorageGateway: Add optional field ForceDelete to DeleteFileShare api.

2.97.0

  • bugfix: REST-JSON serialization: Automatically add a content-type header of application/json to requests with a JSON body
  • feature: CodeDeploy: Adds support for specifying Application Load Balancers in deployment groups, for both in-place and blue/green deployments.
  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: We have added support for features for Amazon Cognito User Pools that enable application developers to easily add and customize a sign-up and sign-in user experience, use OAuth 2.0, and integrate with Facebook, Google, Login with Amazon, and SAML-based identity providers.
  • feature: EC2: Provides customers an opportunity to recover an EIP that was released

2.96.0

  • feature: CloudDirectory: Enable BatchDetachPolicy
  • feature: CodeBuild: Supporting Bitbucket as source type in AWS CodeBuild.

2.95.0

  • bugfix: credentials: add typescript definition for resolvePromise()
  • bugfix: typings: add readablestream type to clients that support streaming
  • feature: ElasticBeanstalk: Add support for paginating the result of DescribeEnvironments Include the ARN of described environments in DescribeEnvironments output

2.94.0

  • feature: CodeDeploy: AWS CodeDeploy now supports the use of multiple tag groups in a single deployment group (an intersection of tags) to identify the instances for a deployment. When you create or update a deployment group, use the new ec2TagSet and onPremisesTagSet structures to specify up to three groups of tags. Only instances that are identified by at least one tag in each of the tag groups are included in the deployment group.
  • feature: ConfigService: Added new API, GetDiscoveredResourceCounts, which returns the resource types, the number of each resource type, and the total number of resources that AWS Config is recording in the given region for your AWS account.
  • feature: EC2: Ec2 SpotInstanceRequestFulfilled waiter update
  • feature: ELBv2: Add TargetInService and TargetDeregistered waiters
  • feature: Pinpoint: This release of the Pinpoint SDK enables App management - create, delete, update operations, Raw Content delivery for APNs and GCM campaign messages and From Address override.
  • feature: SES: This update adds information about publishing email open and click events. This update also adds information about publishing email events to Amazon Simple Notification Service (Amazon SNS).

2.93.0

  • feature: DynamoDB: Add a wrapNumbers option to the Document Client to direct the client not to convert number attributes to JavaScript numbers.
  • feature: Inspector: Inspector's StopAssessmentRun API has been updated with a new input option - stopAction. This request parameter can be set to either START_EVALUATION or SKIP_EVALUATION. START_EVALUATION (the default value, and the previous behavior) stops the AWS agent data collection and begins the results evaluation for findings generation based on the data collected so far. SKIP_EVALUATION cancels the assessment run immediately, after which no findings are generated.
  • feature: SSM: Adds a SendAutomationSignal API to SSM Service. This API is used to send a signal to an automation execution to change the current behavior or status of the execution.

2.92.0

  • feature: EC2: The CreateDefaultVPC API enables you to create a new default VPC . You no longer need to contact AWS support, if your default VPC has been deleted.
  • feature: KinesisAnalytics: Added additional exception types and clarified documentation.

2.91.0

  • feature: CloudWatch: This release adds high resolution features to CloudWatch, with support for Custom Metrics down to 1 second and Alarms down to 10 seconds.
  • feature: EC2: Amazon EC2 Elastic GPUs allow you to easily attach low-cost graphics acceleration to current generation EC2 instances. With Amazon EC2 Elastic GPUs, you can configure the right amount of graphics acceleration to your particular workload without being constrained by fixed hardware configurations and limited GPU selection.

2.90.0

  • feature: CloudDirectory: Cloud Directory adds support for additional batch operations.
  • feature: CloudFormation: AWS CloudFormation StackSets enables you to manage stacks across multiple accounts and regions.

2.89.0

  • feature: AppStream: Amazon AppStream 2.0 image builders and fleets can now access applications and network resources that rely on Microsoft Active Directory (AD) for authentication and permissions. This new feature allows you to join your streaming instances to your AD, so you can use your existing AD user management tools.
  • feature: EC2: Spot Fleet tagging capability allows customers to automatically tag instances launched by Spot Fleet. You can use this feature to label or distinguish instances created by distinct Spot Fleets. Tagging your EC2 instances also enables you to see instance cost allocation by tag in your AWS bill.

2.88.0

  • feature: EMR: Amazon EMR now includes the ability to use a custom Amazon Linux AMI and adjustable root volume size when launching a cluster.

2.87.0

  • feature: Budgets: Update budget Management API's to list/create/update RI_UTILIZATION type budget. Update budget Management API's to support DAILY timeUnit for RI_UTILIZATION type budget.

2.86.0

  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: Allows developers to configure user pools for email/phone based signup and sign-in.
  • feature: Lambda: Lambda@Edge lets you run code closer to your end users without provisioning or managing servers. With Lambda@Edge, your code runs in AWS edge locations, allowing you to respond to your end users at the lowest latency. Your code is triggered by Amazon CloudFront events, such as requests to and from origin servers and viewers, and it is ready to execute at every AWS edge location whenever a request for content is received. You just upload your Node.js code to AWS Lambda and Lambda takes care of everything required to run and scale your code with high availability. You only pay for the compute time you consume - there is no charge when your code is not running.

2.85.0

  • feature: Discovery: Adding feature to the Export API for Discovery Service to allow filters for the export task to allow export based on per agent id.
  • feature: EC2: New EC2 GPU Graphics instance

2.84.0

  • bugfix: S3: Updates S3 client to no longer attempt to determine a bucket's region when a request is aborted.
  • feature: APIGateway: Adds support for management of gateway responses.
  • feature: EC2: X-ENI (or Cross-Account ENI) is a new feature that allows the attachment or association of Elastic Network Interfaces (ENI) between VPCs in different AWS accounts located in the same availability zone. With this new capability, service providers and partners can deliver managed solutions in a variety of new architectural patterns where the provider and consumer of the service are in different AWS accounts.

2.83.0

  • feature: AutoScaling: Auto Scaling now supports a new type of scaling policy called target tracking scaling policies that you can use to set up dynamic scaling for your application.

2.82.0

  • feature: DirectoryService: You can now improve the resilience and performance of your Microsoft AD directory by deploying additional domain controllers. Added UpdateNumberofDomainControllers API that allows you to update the number of domain controllers you want for your directory, and DescribeDomainControllers API that allows you to describe the detailed information of each domain controller of your directory. Also added the 'DesiredNumberOfDomainControllers' field to the DescribeDirectories API output for Microsoft AD.
  • feature: KMS: This release of AWS Key Management Service introduces the ability to determine whether a key is AWS managed or customer managed.
  • feature: Kinesis: You can now encrypt your data at rest within an Amazon Kinesis Stream using server-side encryption. Server-side encryption via AWS KMS makes it easy for customers to meet strict data management requirements by encrypting their data at rest within the Amazon Kinesis Streams, a fully managed real-time data processing service.
  • feature: SSM: Amazon EC2 Systems Manager now expands Patching support to Amazon Linux, Red Hat and Ubuntu in addition to the already supported Windows Server.

2.81.0

  • bugfix: Core: The SDK will now throw an InvalidHeader error when a header's value is not stringifiable. See #1598.
  • bugfix: apigateway: ApiGateway.getExports will no longer override user-supplied 'accepts' with 'application/json'
  • feature: CloudWatch: We are excited to announce the availability of APIs and CloudFormation support for CloudWatch Dashboards. You can use the new dashboard APIs or CloudFormation templates to dynamically build and maintain dashboards to monitor your infrastructure and applications. There are four new dashboard APIs - PutDashboard, GetDashboard, DeleteDashboards, and ListDashboards APIs. PutDashboard is used to create a new dashboard or modify an existing one whereas GetDashboard is the API to get the details of a specific dashboard. ListDashboards and DeleteDashboards are used to get the names or delete multiple dashboards respectively. Getting started with dashboard APIs is similar to any other AWS APIs. The APIs can be accessed through AWS SDK or through CLI tools.
  • feature: Route53: Bug fix for InvalidChangeBatch exception.

2.80.0

  • feature: S3: API Update for S3: Adding Object Tagging Header to MultipartUpload Initialization

2.79.0

  • bugfix: LexRuntime: Adds support for non-file streams as an input to postContent.
  • feature: CloudWatchEvents: CloudWatch Events now allows different AWS accounts to share events with each other through a new resource called event bus. Event buses accept events from AWS services, other AWS accounts and PutEvents API calls. Currently all AWS accounts have one default event bus. To send events to another account, customers simply write rules to match the events of interest and attach an event bus in the receiving account as the target to the rule. The PutTargets API has been updated to allow adding cross account event buses as targets. In addition, we have released two new APIs - PutPermission and RemovePermission - that enables customers to add/remove permissions to their default event bus.
  • feature: GameLift: Allow developers to download GameLift fleet creation logs to assist with debugging.
  • feature: SSM: Adding Resource Data Sync support to SSM Inventory. New APIs: * CreateResourceDataSync - creates a new resource data sync configuration, * ListResourceDataSync - lists existing resource data sync configurations, * DeleteResourceDataSync - deletes an existing resource data sync configuration.

2.78.0

  • feature: ServiceCatalog: Proper tagging of resources is critical to post-launch operations such as billing, cost allocation, and resource management. By using Service Catalog's TagOption Library, administrators can define a library of re-usable TagOptions that conform to company standards, and associate these with Service Catalog portfolios and products. Learn how to move your current tags to the new library, create new TagOptions, and view and associate your library items with portfolios and products. Understand how to ensure that the right tags are created on products launched through Service Catalog and how to provide users with defined selectable tags.

2.77.0

  • feature: Lambda: The Lambda Invoke API will now throw new exception InvalidRuntimeException (status code 502) for invokes with deprecated runtimes.

2.76.0

  • feature: CodePipeline: A new API, ListPipelineExecutions, enables you to retrieve summary information about the most recent executions in a pipeline, including pipeline execution ID, status, start time, and last updated time. You can request information for a maximum of 100 executions. Pipeline execution data is available for the most recent 12 months of activity.
  • feature: DMS: Added tagging for DMS certificates.
  • feature: ELB: Add retry error state to InstanceInService waiter for ElasticLoadBalancer
  • feature: Lightsail: This release adds a new nextPageToken property to the result of the GetOperationsForResource API. Developers can now get the next set of items in a list by making subsequent calls to GetOperationsForResource API with the token from the previous call. This release also deprecates the nextPageCount property, which previously returned null (use the nextPageToken property instead). This release also deprecates the customImageName property on the CreateInstancesRequest class, which was previously ignored by the API.
  • feature: Route53: This release reintroduces the HealthCheckInUse exception.

2.75.0

  • feature: DAX: Amazon DynamoDB Accelerator (DAX) is a fully managed, highly available, in-memory cache for DynamoDB that delivers up to a 10x performance improvement - from milliseconds to microseconds - even at millions of requests per second. DAX does all the heavy lifting required to add in-memory acceleration to your DynamoDB tables, without requiring developers to manage cache invalidation, data population, or cluster management.
  • feature: Route53: Amazon Route 53 now supports multivalue answers in response to DNS queries, which lets you route traffic approximately randomly to multiple resources, such as web servers. Create one multivalue answer record for each resource and, optionally, associate an Amazon Route 53 health check with each record, and Amazon Route 53 responds to DNS queries with up to eight healthy records.
  • feature: S3: Allows forward slashes in Bucket names when using SigV4 to create or retrieve objects. This is to maintain compatibility with behavior when using SigV2. In new code, Buckets should not contain forward slashes. Instead, directories should be part of an object's key.
  • feature: SSM: Adding hierarchy support to the SSM Parameter Store API. Added support tor tagging. New APIs: GetParameter - retrieves one parameter, DeleteParameters - deletes multiple parameters (max number 10), GetParametersByPath - retrieves parameters located in the hierarchy. Updated APIs: PutParameter - added ability to enforce parameter value by applying regex (AllowedPattern), DescribeParameters - modified to support Tag filtering.
  • feature: WAFRegional: You can now create, edit, update, and delete a new type of WAF rule with a rate tracking component.

2.74.0

  • feature: WorkDocs: This release provides a new API to retrieve the activities performed by WorkDocs users.

2.73.0

  • feature: Organizations: Improvements to Exception Modeling

2.72.0

  • feature: XRay: Add a response time histogram to the services in response of GetServiceGraph API.

2.71.0

  • feature: DynamoDB: Adds two new functions to the AWS.DynamoDB.Converter namespace: one to convert full DynamoDB items (such as what you might receive for events in a DynamoDB stream) into plain vanilla JavaScript objects and one to convert JavaScript objects back into DynamoDB items
  • feature: EC2: Adds API to describe Amazon FPGA Images (AFIs) available to customers, which includes public AFIs, private AFIs that you own, and AFIs owned by other AWS accounts for which you have load permissions.
  • feature: ECS: Added support for cpu, memory, and memory reservation container overrides on the RunTask and StartTask APIs.
  • feature: Iot: Revert the last release: remove CertificatePem from DescribeCertificate API.
  • feature: ServiceCatalog: Added ProvisioningArtifactSummaries to DescribeProductAsAdmin's output to show the provisioning artifacts belong to the product. Allow filtering by SourceProductId in SearchProductsAsAdmin for AWS Marketplace products. Added a verbose option to DescribeProvisioningArtifact to display the CloudFormation template used to create the provisioning artifact.Added DescribeProvisionedProduct API. Changed the type of ProvisionedProduct's Status to be distinct from Record's Status. New ProvisionedProduct's Status are AVAILABLE, UNDER_CHANGE, TAINTED, ERROR. Changed Record's Status set of values to CREATED, IN_PROGRESS, IN_PROGRESS_IN_ERROR, SUCCEEDED, FAILED.

2.70.0

  • feature: ApplicationAutoScaling: Application Auto Scaling now supports automatic scaling of read and write throughput capacity for DynamoDB tables and global secondary indexes.

2.69.0

  • feature: ConfigService: With this release AWS Config supports the Amazon CloudWatch alarm resource type.

2.68.0

  • feature: RDS: API Update for RDS: this update enables copy-on-write, a new Aurora MySQL Compatible Edition feature that allows users to restore their database, and support copy of TDE enabled snapshot cross region.
  • feature: S3: Switches S3 to use signatureVersion "v4" by default. To continue using signatureVersion "v2", set the signatureVersion: "v2" option in the S3 service client configuration. Presigned URLs will continue using "v2" by default.

2.67.0

  • feature: EFS: CORS support added. Now a default service in the browser build of the JavaScript SDK.
  • feature: OpsWorks: Tagging Support for AWS OpsWorks Stacks

2.66.0

  • feature: Iot: In addition to using certificate ID, AWS IoT customers can now obtain the description of a certificate with the certificate PEM.
  • feature: Pinpoint: Starting today Amazon Pinpoint adds SMS Text and Email Messaging support in addition to Mobile Push Notifications, providing developers, product managers and marketers with multi-channel messaging capabilities to drive user engagement in their applications. Pinpoint also enables backend services and applications to message users directly and provides advanced user and app analytics to understand user behavior and messaging performance.
  • feature: Rekognition: API Update for AmazonRekognition: Adding RecognizeCelebrities API

2.65.0

  • feature: CodeBuild: Add support to APIs for privileged containers. This change would allow performing privileged operations like starting the Docker daemon inside builds possible in custom docker images.
  • feature: Greengrass: AWS Greengrass is software that lets you run local compute, messaging, and device state synchronization for connected devices in a secure way. With AWS Greengrass, connected devices can run AWS Lambda functions, keep device data in sync, and communicate with other devices securely even when not connected to the Internet. Using AWS Lambda, Greengrass ensures your IoT devices can respond quickly to local events, operate with intermittent connections, and minimize the cost of transmitting IoT data to the cloud.

2.64.0

  • bugfix: S3: Calling send multiple times on an S3 ManagedUpload with leavePartsOnError set to true should no longer result in truncated files being uploaded to S3. Calling send multiple times is not supported with streams.
  • feature: Iot: Update client side validation for SalesForce action.

2.63.0

  • feature: AppStream: AppStream 2.0 Custom Security Groups allows you to easily control what network resources your streaming instances and images have access to. You can assign up to 5 security groups per Fleet to control the inbound and outbound network access to your streaming instances to specific IP ranges, network protocols, or ports.
  • feature: AutoScaling: Autoscaling resource model update.
  • feature: Iot: Added Salesforce action to IoT Rules Engine.

2.62.0

  • feature: KinesisAnalytics: Kinesis Analytics publishes error messages CloudWatch logs in case of application misconfigurations
  • feature: WorkDocs: This release includes new APIs to manage tags and custom metadata on resources and also new APIs to add and retrieve comments at the document level.

2.61.0

  • feature: CodeDeploy: AWS CodeDeploy has improved how it manages connections to GitHub accounts and repositories. You can now create and store up to 25 connections to GitHub accounts in order to associate AWS CodeDeploy applications with GitHub repositories. Each connection can support multiple repositories. You can create connections to up to 25 different GitHub accounts, or create more than one connection to a single account. The ListGitHubAccountTokenNames command has been introduced to retrieve the names of stored connections to GitHub accounts that you have created. The name of the connection to GitHub used for an AWS CodeDeploy application is also included in the ApplicationInfo structure. Two new fields, lastAttemptedDeployment and lastSuccessfulDeployment, have been added to DeploymentGroupInfo to improve the handling of deployment group information in the AWS CodeDeploy console. Information about these latest deployments can also be retrieved using the GetDeploymentGroup and BatchGetDeployment group requests. Also includes a region update (us-gov-west-1).
  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: Added support within Amazon Cognito User Pools for 1) a customizable hosted UI for user sign up and sign in and 2) integration of external identity providers.
  • feature: ELBv2: Update the existing DescribeRules API to support pagination.

2.60.0

  • bugfix: Core: Fixes issue where some TimeStamp shapes had an incorrect timestampFormat. Specifically affects S3.putBucketLifecycleConfiguration when using Date fields.
  • feature: RDS: Amazon RDS customers can now easily and quickly stop and start their DB instances.

2.59.0

  • bugfix: S3: Update ManagedUploader body verification to allow empty strings
  • feature: CloudDirectory: Cloud Directory has launched support for Typed Links, enabling customers to create object-to-object relationships that are not hierarchical in nature. Typed Links enable customers to quickly query for data along these relationships. Customers can also enforce referential integrity using Typed Links, ensuring data in use is not inadvertently deleted.

2.58.0

  • feature: AppStream: Support added for persistent user storage, backed by S3.
  • feature: Rekognition: Updated the CompareFaces API response to include orientation information, unmatched faces, landmarks, pose, and quality of the compared faces.

2.57.0

  • feature: IAM: The unique ID and access key lengths were extended from 32 to 128
  • feature: STS: The unique ID and access key lengths were extended from 32 to 128.
  • feature: StorageGateway: Two Storage Gateway data types, Tape and TapeArchive, each have a new response element, TapeUsedInBytes. This element helps you manage your virtual tapes. By using TapeUsedInBytes, you can see the amount of data written to each virtual tape.

2.56.0

  • feature: DMS: This release adds support for using Amazon S3 and Amazon DynamoDB as targets for database migration, and using MongoDB as a source for database migration. For more information, see the AWS Database Migration Service documentation.

2.55.0

  • bugfix: ReactNative: Requests will always have a Content-Type header if they also have a body. Works around an issue caused by React Native's Android XMLHttpRequest implementation that requires the Content-Type header to be present if there is a request body.
  • feature: ResourceGroupsTaggingAPI: You can now specify the number of resources returned per page in GetResources operation, as an optional parameter, to easily manage the list of resources returned by your queries.

2.54.0

  • feature: Athena: This release adds support for Amazon Athena. Amazon Athena is an interactive query service that makes it easy to analyze data in Amazon S3 using standard SQL. Athena is serverless, so there is no infrastructure to manage, and you pay only for the queries that you run.
  • feature: Lightsail: This release adds new APIs that make it easier to set network port configurations on Lightsail instances. Developers can now make a single request to both open and close public ports on an instance using the PutInstancePublicPorts operation.

2.53.0

  • feature: Polly: Amazon Polly adds new German voice "Vicki"

2.52.0

  • feature: CodeDeploy: This release introduces the previousRevision field in the responses to the GetDeployment and BatchGetDeployments actions. previousRevision provides information about the application revision that was deployed to the deployment group before the most recent successful deployment. Also, the fileExistsBehavior parameter has been added for CreateDeployment action requests. In the past, if the AWS CodeDeploy agent detected files in a target location that weren't part of the application revision from the most recent successful deployment, it would fail the current deployment by default. This new parameter provides options for how the agent handles these files: fail the deployment, retain the content, or overwrite the content.
  • feature: GameLift: Allow developers to specify how metrics are grouped in CloudWatch for their GameLift fleets. Developers can also specify how many concurrent game sessions activate on a per-instance basis.
  • feature: Inspector: Adds ability to produce an assessment report that includes detailed and comprehensive results of a specified assessment run.

2.51.0

  • feature: SSM: UpdateAssociation API now supports updating document name and targets of an association. GetAutomationExecution API can return FailureDetails as an optional field to the StepExecution Object, which contains failure type, failure stage as well as other failure related information for a failed step.

2.50.0

  • bugfix: ReactNative: Fixes issue where binary responses were empty in iOS (e.g. s3.getObject)
  • feature: ELB: Add a new API to allow customers to describe their account limits, such as load balancer limit, target group limit etc.
  • feature: ELBv2: Add a new API to allow customers to describe their account limits, such as load balancer limit, target group limit etc.
  • feature: LexModelBuildingService: Releasing new DeleteBotVersion, DeleteIntentVersion and DeleteSlotTypeVersion APIs.
  • feature: Organizations: AWS Organizations APIs that return an Account object now include the email address associated with the account’s root user.
  • bugfix: Request: Updates node.js request handling to obey socket read timeouts after response headers have been received. Previously timeouts were being ignored once headers were received, sometimes causing connections to hang.

2.49.0

  • feature: ECS: Exposes container instance registration time in ECS:DescribeContainerInstances.
  • feature: Lambda: Support for UpdateFunctionCode DryRun option
  • feature: MarketplaceEntitlementService: AWS Marketplace Entitlement Service enables AWS Marketplace sellers to determine the capacity purchased by their customers.

2.48.0

  • feature: CloudFormation: Adding back the removed waiters and paginators.

2.47.0

  • feature: CloudFormation: API update for CloudFormation: New optional parameter ClientRequestToken which can be used as an idempotency token to safely retry certain operations as well as tagging StackEvents.
  • feature: RDS: The DescribeDBClusterSnapshots API now returns a SourceDBClusterSnapshotArn field which identifies the source DB cluster snapshot of a copied snapshot.
  • feature: React Native: Adds support for running the SDK in React Native. See the README for instructions.
  • feature: Rekognition: Fix for missing file type check
  • feature: SQS: Adding server-side encryption (SSE) support to SQS by integrating with AWS KMS; adding new queue attributes to SQS CreateQueue, SetQueueAttributes and GetQueueAttributes APIs to support SSE.
  • feature: Snowball: The Snowball API has a new exception that can be thrown for list operation requests.

2.46.0

  • bugfix: SharedIniFileCredentials: This fix reverts a regression introduced in version 2.44.0 in which the value returned by os.homedir would be used in preference over the value of the HOME environment variable
  • feature: RDS: With Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) running MySQL or Amazon Aurora, you can now authenticate to your DB instance using IAM database authentication.
  • feature: RDS: Adds AWS.RDS.Signer class to generate auth tokens for connecting to a database.

2.45.0

  • bugfix: Promise: Fixes an issue introduced in v2.44.0 where payload members on some CloudFront and S3 operations weren't hoisted when using promises. This issue was introduced in and could affect users that were accessing fields on a response that weren't documented, but were available for backwards compatibility.
  • bugfix: Request: Make $response property of resolved promise value non-enumerable to prevent serialization errors
  • feature: AppStream: The new feature named "Default Internet Access" will enable Internet access from AppStream 2.0 instances - image builders and fleet instances. Admins will check a flag either through AWS management console for AppStream 2.0 or through API while creating an image builder or while creating/updating a fleet.
  • feature: Kinesis: Adds a new waiter, StreamNotExists, to Kinesis.

2.44.0

  • feature: DeviceFarm: API Update for AWS Device Farm: Support for Deals and Promotions
  • feature: ELBv2: Adding LoadBalancersDeleted waiter for Elasticloadbalancingv2
  • feature: EnvironmentVariable: Load config from ~/.aws/config if AWS_SDK_LOAD_CONFIG is set
  • feature: EnvironmentVariable: Add support for specifying the location of the shared config file via the AWS_CONFIG_FILE environment variable. This variable is only honored if AWS_SDK_LOAD_CONFIG is set to a truthy value.
  • feature: EnvironmentVariable: Add support for the AWS_SHARED_CREDENTIALS_FILE environment variable if AWS_SDK_LOAD_CONFIG is set
  • feature: Promises: Binds response object to the data object with which successful request promises are resolved

2.43.0

  • feature: APIGateway: Add support for "embed" property.
  • feature: CodeStar: AWS CodeStar is a cloud-based service for creating, managing, and working with software development projects on AWS. An AWS CodeStar project creates and integrates AWS services for your project development toolchain. AWS CodeStar also manages the permissions required for project users.
  • feature: EC2: Adds support for creating an Amazon FPGA Image (AFI) from a specified design checkpoint (DCP).
  • feature: IAM: This changes introduces a new IAM role type, Service Linked Role, which works like a normal role but must be managed via services' control.
  • feature: Lambda: Lambda integration with CloudDebugger service to enable customers to enable tracing for the Lambda functions and send trace information to the CloudDebugger service.
  • feature: LexModelBuildingService: Amazon Lex is a service for building conversational interfaces into any application using voice and text.
  • feature: Polly: API Update for Amazon Polly: Add support for speech marks
  • feature: Rekognition: Given an image, the API detects explicit or suggestive adult content in the image and returns a list of corresponding labels with confidence scores, as well as a taxonomy (parent-child relation) for each label.

2.42.0

  • bugfix: Parser: Makes casting payload blobs to strings an exceptional behavior rather than the default
  • feature: Lambda: You can use tags to group and filter your Lambda functions, making it easier to analyze them for billing allocation purposes. For more information, see Tagging Lambda Functions. You can now write or upgrade your Lambda functions using Python version 3.6. For more information, see Programming Model for Authoring Lambda Functions in Python. Note: Features will be rolled out in the US regions on 4/19.

2.41.0

  • feature: APIGateway: API Gateway request validators
  • feature: Batch: API Update for AWS Batch: Customer provided AMI for MANAGED Compute Environment
  • feature: GameLift: Allows developers to utilize an improved workflow when calling our Queues API and introduces a new feature that allows developers to specify a maximum allowable latency per Queue.
  • feature: OpsWorks: Cloudwatch Logs agent configuration can now be attached to OpsWorks Layers using CreateLayer and UpdateLayer. OpsWorks will then automatically install and manage the CloudWatch Logs agent on the instances part of the OpsWorks Layer.

2.40.0

  • feature: Redshift: This update adds the GetClusterCredentials API which is used to get temporary login credentials to the cluster. AccountWithRestoreAccess now has a new member AccountAlias, this is the identifier of the AWS support account authorized to restore the specified snapshot. This is added to support the feature where the customer can share their snapshot with the Amazon Redshift Support Account without having to manually specify the AWS Redshift Service account ID on the AWS Console/API.

2.39.0

  • feature: ElastiCache: ElastiCache added support for testing the Elasticache Multi-AZ feature with Automatic Failover.
  • feature: Http: Adds a connectTimeout option that allows slow-to-establish socket connections to be quickly abandoned

2.38.0

  • feature: CloudWatch: Amazon Web Services announced the immediate availability of two additional alarm configuration rules for Amazon CloudWatch Alarms. The first rule is for configuring missing data treatment. Customers have the options to treat missing data as alarm threshold breached, alarm threshold not breached, maintain alarm state and the current default treatment. The second rule is for alarms based on percentiles metrics that can trigger unnecassarily if the percentile is calculated from a small number of samples. The new rule can treat percentiles with low sample counts as same as missing data. If the first rule is enabled, the same treatment will be applied when an alarm encounters a percentile with low sample counts.

2.37.0

  • feature: LexRuntime: Adds support to PostContent for speech input

2.36.0

  • feature: CloudDirectory: ListObjectAttributes now supports filtering by facet.

2.35.0

  • feature: CloudFormation: Adding paginators for ListExports and ListImports
  • feature: CloudFront: Amazon CloudFront now supports user configurable HTTP Read and Keep-Alive Idle Timeouts for your Custom Origin Servers
  • feature: ResourceGroupsTaggingAPI: Resource Groups Tagging APIs can help you organize your resources and enable you to simplify resource management, access management, and cost allocation.
  • feature: StorageGateway: File gateway mode in AWS Storage gateway provides access to objects in S3 as files on a Network File System (NFS) mount point. Once a file share is created, any changes made externally to the S3 bucket will not be reflected by the gateway. Using the cache refresh feature in this update, the customer can trigger an on-demand scan of the keys in their S3 bucket and refresh the file namespace cached on the gateway. It takes as an input the fileShare ARN and refreshes the cache for only that file share. Additionally there is new functionality on file gateway that allows you configure what squash options they would like on their file share, this allows a customer to configure their gateway to not squash root permissions. This can be done by setting options in NfsOptions for CreateNfsFileShare and UpdateNfsFileShare APIs.

2.34.0

  • features: Batch: Customers can now provide a retryStrategy as part of the RegisterJobDefinition and SubmitJob API calls.
  • features: EC2: Customers can now tag their Amazon EC2 Instances and Amazon EBS Volumes at the time of their creation.

2.33.0

  • feature: core: Adds support for 'v4' and 'v4-unsigned-body' authtype traits.
  • bugfix: ManagedUpload: Ensures multi-part upload locations are URI-decoded to match single-part upload locations.

2.32.0

  • feature: S3: Adds a means of specifying tags to apply to objects of any size uploaded with AWS.S3.ManagedUploader
  • feature: ApplicationAutoScaling: Application AutoScaling is launching support for a new target resource (AppStream 2.0 Fleets) as a scalable target.

2.31.0

  • feature: DynamoDB: Adds ability to customize retry delays for DynamoDB. This previously worked for all services except DynamoDB. Also adds jitter to DynamoDB retries. See AWS.Config.retryDelayOptions for more information.
  • feature: Waiter: Allow customization of a waiter using a special $waiter key
  • feature: Lambda: Adds support for new runtime Node.js v6.10 for AWS Lambda service. :tada:
  • feature: ELBv2: Adding waiters for Elastic Load Balancing V2
  • feature: Discovery: Adds export configuration options to the API.

2.30.0

  • feature: DynamoDb: Allow objects with inheritance chains to be converted to MapAttributeValues instead of undefined
  • bugfix: CredentialsError: Update AWS.Config.getCredentials to overwrite the name (in addition to message and code) of errors thrown by underlying credential providers.

2.29.0

  • feature: protocol: The SDK can now support JSON-value string shapes in headers
  • feature: Pinpoint: Added ability to segment endpoints by user attributes in addition to endpoint attributes.
  • feature: Pinpoint: Added functionality to publish raw app analytics and campaign events data as events streams to Kinesis and Kinesis Firehose.
  • feature: ELBv2: Adding waiters for LoadBalancers in ELBv2.
  • feature: MarketplaceCommerceAnalytics: This update adds a new data set, us_sales_and_use_tax_records, which enables AWS Marketplace sellers to programmatically access to their U.S. Sales and Use Tax report data.

2.28.0

  • feature: DeviceFarm: Network shaping allows users to simulate network connections and conditions while testing their Android, iOS, and web apps with AWS Device Farm.
  • feature: CloudWatchEvents: This update extends Target Data Type for configuring Target behavior during invocation.

2.27.0

  • bugfix: TemporaryCredentials: Ensure master credentials are not expired before using them to refresh temporary credentials
  • feature: CodeDeploy: Add paginators for Codedeploy
  • feature: EMR: This release includes support for instance fleets in Amazon EMR

2.26.0

  • feature: APIGateway: API Gateway has added support for ACM certificates on custom domain names. Both Amazon-issued certificates and uploaded third-part certificates are supported.
  • feature: CloudDirectory: Introduces a new Cloud Directory API that enables you to retrieve all available parent paths for any type of object (a node, leaf node, policy node, and index node) in a hierarchy.

2.25.0

  • feature: WorkDocs: Amazon WorkDocs API provides full administrator level access to WorkDocs site resources, allowing developers to integrate their applications to manage WorkDocs users, content and permissions programmatically.

2.24.0

  • feature: RDS: Add support to using encrypted clusters as cross-region replication masters. Update CopyDBClusterSnapshot API to support encrypted cross region copy of Aurora cluster snapshots.

2.23.0

  • feature: Budgets: When creating or editing a budget via the AWS Budgets API you can define notifications that are sent to subscribers when the actual or forecasted value for cost or usage exceeds the notificationThreshold associated with the budget notification object. Starting today, the maximum allowed value for the notificationThreshold was raised from 100 to 300. This change was made to give you more flexibility when setting budget notifications.
  • feature: OpsWorksCM: OpsWorks for Chef Automate has added a new field "AssociatePublicIpAddress" to the CreateServer request, "CloudFormationStackArn" to the Server model and "TERMINATED" server state.

2.22.0

  • bugfix: MechanicalTurkRequester: Rename MechanicalTurkRequester to MTurk

2.21.0

  • feature: DynamoDB: Time to Live (TTL) is a feature that allows you to define when items in a table expire and can be purged from the database, so that you don't have to track expired data and delete it manually. With TTL enabled on a DynamoDB table, you can set a timestamp for deletion on a per-item basis, allowing you to limit storage usage to only those records that are relevant.
  • feature: DynamoDBStreams: Time to Live (TTL) is a feature that allows you to define when items in a table expire and can be purged from the database, so that you don't have to track expired data and delete it manually. With TTL enabled on a DynamoDB table, you can set a timestamp for deletion on a per-item basis, allowing you to limit storage usage to only those records that are relevant.
  • feature: IAM: This release adds support for AWS Organizations service control policies (SCPs) to SimulatePrincipalPolicy operation. If there are SCPs associated with the simulated user's account, their effect on the result is captured in the OrganizationDecisionDetail element in the EvaluationResult.
  • feature: MechanicalTurkRequester: Amazon Mechanical Turk is a web service that provides an on-demand, scalable, human workforce to complete jobs that humans can do better than computers, for example, recognizing objects in photos.
  • feature: Organizations: AWS Organizations is a web service that enables you to consolidate your multiple AWS accounts into an organization and centrally manage your accounts and their resources.

2.20.0

  • feature: ES: Added three new API calls to expose Amazon Elasticsearch imposed limits.

2.19.0

  • bugfix: XHR: Fixes an issue where the callback provided to an operation would not fire if a request was aborted after being sent. The bug only affected the browser SDK.
  • feature: S3: Added an instance method to S3 clients to create POST form data with presigned upload policies
  • feature: DynamoDB: Expose DynamoDB DocumentClient marshaller/unmarshaller as AWS.DynamoDB.Converter

2.18.0

  • feature: GameLift: Allow developers to configure global queues for creating GameSessions. Allow PlayerData on PlayerSessions to store player-specific data.
  • feature: Route53: Added support for operations CreateVPCAssociationAuthorization and DeleteVPCAssociationAuthorization to throw a ConcurrentModification error when a conflicting modification occurs in parallel to the authorizations in place for a given hosted zone.
  • feature: ElasticBeanstalk: Elastic Beanstalk adds support for creating and managing custom platform.

2.17.0

  • bugfix: TypeScript: Enable the configuration credentials to be nulled so that the global config is not used.
  • feature: EC2: Added the billingProduct parameter to the RegisterImage API.

2.16.0

  • feature: DirectConnect: This update will introduce the ability for Direct Connect customers to take advantage of Link Aggregation (LAG). This allows you to bundle many individual physical interfaces into a single logical interface, referred to as a LAG. This makes administration much simpler as the majority of configuration is done on the LAG while you are free to add or remove physical interfaces from the bundle as bandwidth demand increases or decreases. A concrete example of the simplification added by LAG is that customers need only a single BGP session as opposed to one session per physical connection.

2.15.0

  • feature: CognitoIdentity: Allows createIdentityPool and updateIdentityPool API to set server side token check value on identity pool.
  • feature: ConfigService: AWS Config now supports a new test mode for the PutEvaluations API. Set the TestMode parameter to true in your custom rule to verify whether your AWS Lambda function will deliver evaluation results to AWS Config. No updates occur to your existing evaluations, and evaluation results are not sent to AWS Config.

2.14.0

  • feature: KMS: This release of AWS Key Management Service introduces the ability to tag keys. Tagging keys can help you organize your keys and track your KMS costs in the cost allocation report. This release also increases the maximum length of a key ID to accommodate ARNs that include a long key alias.

2.13.0

  • feature: Ec2: Adds support for the new Modify Volumes apis.

2.12.0

  • feature: StorageGateway: File gateway mode in AWS Storage gateway provides access to objects in S3 as files on a Network File System (NFS) mount point. This is done by creating Nfs file shares using existing APIs CreateNfsFileShare. Using the feature in this update, the customer can restrict the clients that have read/write access to the gateway by specifying the list of clients as a list of IP addresses or CIDR blocks. This list can be specified using the API CreateNfsFileShare while creating new file shares, or UpdateNfsFileShare while update existing file shares. To find out the list of clients that have access, the existing API DescribeNfsFileShare will now output the list of clients that have access.

2.11.0

  • bugfix: TypeScript: Add endpoint property to AWS.S3 instance declaration.
  • feature: EC2: This feature allows customers to associate an IAM profile to running instances that do not have any.
  • feature: Rekognition: DetectFaces and IndexFaces operations now return an estimate of the age of the face as an age range.

2.10.0

  • bugfix: JSON: Fixes issue caused when trying to unmarshall null binary shapes.
  • bugfix: TypeScript: Add credentialProvider as an optional parameter of ConfigurationOptions.
  • feature: LexRuntime: Amazon Lex is a service for building conversational interactions into any application using voice or text.

2.9.0

  • feature: EC2: Adds instance health check functionality to replace unhealthy EC2 Spot fleet instances with fresh ones
  • feature: CloudDirectory: Amazon Cloud Directory is a highly scalable, high performance, multi-tenant directory service in the cloud. Its web-based directories make it easy for you to organize and manage application resources such as users, groups, locations, devices, policies, and the rich relationships between them.
  • feature: CodeDeploy: This release of AWS CodeDeploy introduces support for blue/green deployments. In a blue/green deployment, the current set of instances in a deployment group is replaced by new instances that have the latest application revision installed on them. After traffic is rerouted behind a load balancer to the replacement instances, the original instances can be terminated automatically or kept running for other uses.
  • feature: RDS: Added support for the ModifyDBSnapshot and ModifyDBSnapshotMessage operations

2.8.0

  • bugfix: RDS: Fixes issue wherein the wrong parameter name was used for cross region presigned urls.
  • feature: ELBv2: Application Load Balancers now support native Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) in an Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). With this ability, clients can now connect to the Application Load Balancer in a dual-stack mode via either IPv4 or IPv6.
  • feature: RDS: Adds cross region read replica copying.

2.7.28

  • feature: CognitoIdentityCredentials: Adds clientConfig as an optional parameter to the CognitoIdentityCredentials constructor. This parameter can be used to pass in client configuration to the underlying service clients.
  • feature: TemporaryCredentials: Allows passing of master credentials to the TemporaryCredentials provider.
  • feature: CodeCommit: Added new API to list the different files between 2 commits
  • feature: ECS: Amazon ECS now supports a state for container instances that can be used to drain a container instance in preparation for maintenance or cluster scale down.

2.7.27

  • bugfix: Performance: This change reverts a request body cast in the node HTTP handler that caused a performance regression.
  • feature: ACM: Updated response elements for DescribeCertificate API in support of managed renewal.

2.7.26

  • feature: EC2: Amazon EC2 Spot instances now support dedicated tenancy, providing the ability to run Spot instances single-tenant manner on physically isolated hardware within a VPC to satisfy security, privacy, or other compliance requirements. Dedicated Spot instances can be requested using RequestSpotInstances and RequestSpotFleet.

2.7.25

  • feature: RDS: Updates AWS.RDS API to the latest version.

2.7.24

  • bugfix: HTTP: Ensure that buffers are not created with Buffer.from in node 4.0-4.4
  • bugfix: core: Deprecate v2.7.23

2.7.23

  • bugfix: S3: Convert string bodies to buffers to ensure correct encoding is used
  • feature: DynamoDB: Adds support for tagging tables and indexes.

2.7.22

  • feature: CUR: The AWS Cost and Usage Report Service API allows you to enable and disable the Cost & Usage report, as well as modify the report name, the data granularity, and the delivery preferences.
  • bugfix: DynamoDB.DocumentClient: Allows objects created using Object.create(null) to be properly serialized by the DDB document client.

2.7.21

  • feature: ConfigService: Updates putConfigRule to support using/writing rules based on the OversizedConfigurationItemChangeNotification message type.
  • feature: MarketplaceCommerceAnalytics: Added support for data set disbursed_amount_by_instance_hours, with historical data available starting 2012-09-04. New data is published to this data set every 30 days.
  • bugfix: DynamoDB.DocumentClient: Fixes issue where empty strings in nested members were not removed when convertEmptyValues was set.
  • bugfix: CognitoIdentityCredentials: Fixes issue where the cached identity id would sometimes not be retrieved when SDK is run while offline.

2.7.20

  • feature: CodeDeploy: CodeDeploy supports IAM Session Arns in addition to IAM User Arns for on premise host authentication.
  • feature: ECS: Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) now supports the ability to customize the placement of tasks on container instances.

2.7.19

  • feature: APIGateway: This update introduces two new operations used to dynamically discover SDK types and what configuration each type accepts.
  • feature: ElasticBeanstalk: Adds a new feature for managing Application Version Lifecycle.
  • feature: IAM: Adds service-specific credentials to IAM service to make it easier to onboard CodeCommit customers. These are username/password credentials that work with a single service.

2.7.18

  • feature: Rekognition: CORS support added. Now a default service in the browser build of the JavaScript SDK.
  • feature: EC2: Adds cross region encrypted snapshot copying (CopyDBSnapshot).
  • feature: ECR: Amazon ECR now implements Docker Image Manifest V2, Schema 2 providing the ability to use multiple tags per image, support for storing Windows container images, and compatibility with the Open Container Initiative (OCI) image format. With this update, customers can also add tags to an image via PutImage and delete tags using BatchDeleteImage.

2.7.17

  • bugfix: Promises: Fixes issue introduced in v2.6.12. Calling AWS.config.setPromisesDependency(null) will once again force the SDK to use native promises if they are available.
  • feature: Firehose: The processing feature enables users to process and modify records before Amazon Firehose delivers them to destinations.
  • feature: StorageGateway: File gateway is a new mode in the AWS Storage Gateway that support a file interface into S3, alongside the current block-based volume and VTL storage. File gateway combines a service and virtual software appliance, enabling you to store and retrieve objects in Amazon S3 using industry standard file protocols such as NFS. The software appliance, or gateway, is deployed into your on-premises environment as a virtual machine (VM) running on VMware ESXi. The gateway provides access to objects in S3 as files on a Network File System (NFS) mount point.

2.7.16

  • feature: DocumentClient: Add a constructor option to convert empty strings, sets, and binary strings to a Dynamo NULL typed field
  • feature: Discovery: Adds new APIs to group discovered servers into Applications with get summary and neighbors. Includes additional filters for ListConfigurations and DescribeAgents API.
  • feature: CognitoIdentity: Added fine-grained role-based access control for Cognito identity pools. Developers can configure an identity pool to get the IAM role from an authenticated user's token, or they can configure rules that will map a user to a different role

2.7.15

  • bugfix: Buffer: Update base64 encode/decode to use Buffer.fill when available and throw an error if a number is provided.
  • bugfix: XRay: Add X-Amzn-Trace-Id to list of unsigned headers to prevent signature mismatch errors if the header value is modified while the request is in flight.
  • feature: Cognito: Add new regions and endpoints for Amazon Cognito Identity, Amazon Cognito Sync, and Amazon Cognito Identity Provider.
  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: User Pools now offers groups as an easy way to manage users and their permissions.
  • feature: SSM: Add support for Patch Baseline and Patch Compliance APIs

2.7.14

  • feature: Batch: AWS Batch is a batch computing service that lets customers define queues and compute environments and then submit work as batch jobs.
  • feature: DMS: Adds support for SSL enabled Oracle endpoints and task modification.
  • feature: CloudWatchLogs: Amazon CloudWatch announces detailed billing to CloudWatch Logs. You can now get usage and cost per log group. You can also add tags on your log groups to get a fine-grained view on cost for logs across business dimension such as cost center, application name, AWS services such as Lambda, CloudTrail, ECS, and other. Up to 50 tags can be added to each log group.

2.7.13

  • feature: CloudFront: Add lambda function associations to cache behaviors.
  • feature: RDS: Add cluster create data to DBCluster APIs.
  • feature: WAFRegional: With this new feature, customers can use AWS WAF directly on Application Load Balancers in a VPC within available regions to protect their websites and web services from malicious attacks such as SQL injection, Cross Site Scripting, bad bots, etc.

2.7.12

  • feature: S3: Add the Version ID field to the Get and Put object tagging operations.

2.7.11

  • bugfix: TypeScript: Exposes typings for classes that live on service namespaces (i.e. DynamoDB.DocumentClient). Also exposes interfaces off of service namespaces to allow easier migration from some 3rd party typings. Interfaces will continue to be exposed via Service.Types as well.
  • bugfix: TypeScript: Removes remaining reference comments from definitions.
  • feature: ConfigService: Increases the number of config rules for all accounts from 25 to 50.
  • feature: EC2: Adds T2.xlarge, T2.2xlarge, and R4 instance types.

2.7.10

  • feature: APIGateway: You can now publish your APIs on Amazon API Gateway as products on the AWS Marketplace. Use the SDK to associate your APIs on API Gateway with Marketplace Product Codes. API Gateway will then send metering data to the Marketplace Metering Service on your behalf. Also, API Gateway now supports documenting your API.
  • feature: Appstream: Announcing Amazon AppStream 2.0 - a secure, fully managed desktop application streaming service that provides users instant access to their apps from a web browser.
  • feature: CodeBuild: AWS CodeBuild is a fully-managed build service in the cloud. CodeBuild compiles source code, runs tests, and produces packages that are ready to deploy. CodeBuild eliminates the need to provision, manage, and scale your own build servers. CodeBuild scales continuously and processes multiple builds concurrently, so your builds are never waiting in a queue. You can get started quickly with CodeBuild’s prepackaged build environments, or you can use custom build environments to use your own build tools. With CodeBuild, you only pay by the minute.
  • feature: DirectConnect: API Update for IPv6 for Direct Connect.
  • feature: EC2: Adds IPv6 Support for EC2 and new F1 Instance types.
  • feature: ElasticBeanstalk: Integrates AWS CodeBuild into ElasticBeanstalk.
  • feature: Health: When your business is counting on the performance of your cloud solutions, having relevant and timely insights into events impacting your AWS resources is essential. The AWS Health API serves as the primary source for you to receive personalized information related to your AWS infrastructure, guiding your through scheduled changes, and accelerating the troubleshooting of issues impacting your AWS resources and accounts. At launch, the APIs will be available to Business and Enterprise Support customers.
  • feature: Lambda: Adds new API getAccountSettings, dotnetcore 1.0 runtime support, DeadLetterConfig, and event source mappings with kinesis streams.
  • feature: OpsWorksCM: AWS OpsWorks for Chef Automate gives customers a single tenant Chef Automate server. The Chef Automate server is fully managed by AWS and supports automatic backup, restore and upgrade operations.
  • feature: Pinpoint: Amazon Pinpoint makes it easy to run targeted campaigns to improve user engagement. Pinpoint helps you understand your users behavior, define who to target, what messages to send, when to deliver them, and tracks the results of the campaign.
  • feature: Shield: AWS Shield is a managed Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) protection for web applications running on AWS.
  • feature: SSM: Amazon EC2 Systems Manager is a flexible and easy to use management service that enables enterprises to securely manage and administer their workloads running on-premises or in the AWS cloud, using a single unified experience. These tasks include collecting system inventory, AWSmaintaining consistent state, ad hoc remote execution, automating imaging creation, applying OS patches, and managing configuration parameters.
  • feature: StepFunctions: Adds support for the AWS Step Functions API.
  • feature: XRay: AWS X-Ray helps developers analyze and debug distributed applications. With X-Ray, you can understand how your application and its underlying services are performing to identify and troubleshoot the root cause of performance issues and errors.

2.7.9

  • feature: Polly: Adds AWS.Polly.Presigner to create presigned urls for synthesizeSpeech.
  • feature: Polly: Amazon Polly is a service that turns text into lifelike speech, making it easy to develop applications that use high-quality speech to increase engagement and accessibility. With Amazon Polly the developers can build speech-enabled apps that work in multiple geographies.
  • feature: Lightsail: An extremely simplified VM creation and management service.
  • feature: Rekognition: Amazon Rekognition is a service that makes it easy to add image analysis to your applications. With Rekognition, you can detect objects, scenes, and faces in images. You can also search and compare faces. Rekognition’s API enables you to quickly add sophisticated deep learning-based visual search and image classification to your applications.
  • feature: Snowball: This release of AWS Snowball introduces a new job type, new APIs, and the new AWS Snowball Edge device to support local compute and storage use cases. The local compute is AWS Lambda powered by AWS Greengrass, and the local storage is compatible with Amazon S3. Each 100 TB Snowball Edge can use the storage and compute power of the AWS cloud locally in places where connecting to the internet may not be an option. Additionally, Snowball Edges can be used in clusters for applications that require greater data durability.

2.7.8

  • feature: core: The SDK will now automatically provide a version 4 UUID for top-level operation parameters that are modeled with the idempotencyToken flag. Users may continue to provide their own tokens.
  • feature: S3: Updates the AWS.S3 API to the latest version.

2.7.7

  • feature: CloudFormation: List-imports API is to list all stacks of user's namespace that are using a specific output.
  • feature: Glacier: Allow customers to retrieve their data with different tiers.
  • feature: Route53: Expand current IPAddress field to accept IPv6 address.
  • feature: S3: Allow customers to specify different restore tiers when accessing their data.

2.7.6

  • feature: CloudTrail: This release of AWS CloudTrail supports configuring your trail with event selectors. Use event selectors to specify the type of events that you want your trails to log. You can configure event selectors to log read-only, write-only, or all events. CloudTrail supports logging Amazon S3 object level APIs such as GetObject, DeleteObject, and PutObject. You can configure event selectors for your trail to log object level operations.
  • feature: ECS: ECS will include a new field named version in API responses relating to tasks and container instances. Version is a number that increments every time a change has been made to the associated resource. Users replicating their ECS resource state can use the version field reported by the ECS APIs to determine if their local state is fresh.

2.7.5

  • bugfix: TypeScript: Stubs DOM interfaces and removes type reference to node.
  • feature: ElasticTranscoder: Support for multiple media input files that can be stitched together.
  • feature: Lambda: Adds support for Environment variables.
  • feature: Gamelift: Provide the ability to remote access into GameLift managed servers.
  • feature: EMR: Automatic Scaling of EMR clusters based on metrics. Adds support for cancelling a pending Amazon EMR step.
  • feature: ApplicationAutoScaling: Adds support for a new target resource (EMR Instance Groups) as a scalable target.

2.7.4

  • feature: MarketplaceMetering: Allows third parties to send metering records.
  • feature: SQS: Updates the latest version of the SQS API.
  • feature: CloudWatch: Amazon CloudWatch now supports Percentiles as a statistical function.
  • feature: APIGateway: Allows defining an encoding for the API per content type in order to support 'binary' use case.

2.7.3

  • feature: Route53: Adds support for cross account VPC association.
  • feature: ServiceCatalog: This release enables Service Catalog users to perform administer operations via API.

2.7.2

  • feature: ElastiCache: Additional parameter to 2 create apis to provide an auth Token for Redis.
  • feature: DirectoryService: Adds support for SchemaExtensions.
  • feature: Kinesis: Adds DescribeLimits API which displays customer's current shard limit and the number of open shards that are being used. Also adds a 'display stream creation timestamp' feature to DescribeStream API.

2.7.1

  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: Adds schema attributes to CreateUserPool.
  • bugfix: TypeScript: Updates definitions to work when noImplicitAny and strictNullChecks are set to true.

2.7.0

  • feature: TypeScript: Adds typescript definition files to the SDK.
  • feature: CloudWatchLogs: Amazon CloudWatch Metrics to Logs is a capability that helps pivot from your logs-extracted metrics directly to the corresponding logs.

2.6.15

  • feature: DirectConnect: AWS Direct Connect provides three new APIs to support basic tagging on Direct Connect resources.

2.6.14

  • feature: SES: Amazon Simple Email Service (Amazon SES) now enables you to track your bounce, complaint, delivery, sent, and rejected email metrics with fine-grained granularity.

2.6.13

  • feature: CloudFormation: Adding ResourcesToSkip parameter to ContinueUpdateRollback API, adding support for ListExports, new ChangeSet types and Transforms.

2.6.12

  • feature: CredentialProviderChain: Adds promise support for the resolve method on the AWS.CredentialProviderChain class. Corresponding promise method is called resolvePromise.
  • feature: Credentials: Adds promise support for the get and refresh methods of the AWS.Credentials class. Corresponding promise methods are called getPromise and refreshPromise.
  • feature: ManagedUpload: Adds promise support for S3.ManagedUpload. Calling s3.upload(params).promise() will return a promise.
  • feature: SMS: AWS Server Migration Service (SMS) is an agentless service which makes it easier and faster for you to migrate thousands of on-premises workloads to AWS. AWS SMS allows you to automate, schedule, and track incremental replications of live server volumes, making it easier for you to coordinate large-scale server migrations.

2.6.11

  • feature: Budgets: Adds the AWS Budgets service API via AWS.Budgets.

2.6.10

  • feature: CloudFront: Ability to use Amazon CloudFront to deliver your content both via IPv6 and IPv4 using HTTP/HTTPS.
  • feature: IoT: Updates IoT API to the latest available version.
  • feature: RDS: Updates RDS to support accessing other AWS services by gassociating an IAM role with necessary permissions to your DB cluster.

2.6.9

  • bugfix: s3: Propagate an error from a stream to s3.upload callback #1169
  • feature: S3: Adds support for using dualstack with accelerate endpoints.
  • feature: ACM: This change allows users to import third-party SSL/TLS certificates into ACM.
  • feature: ElasticBeanstalk: Adds CodeCommit integraion. DescribeApplicationVersions updated to support pagination.
  • feature: GameLift: New APIs to protect game developer resource (builds, alias, fleets, instances, game sessions and player sessions) against abuse.

2.6.8

  • feature: ECR: DescribeImages is a new api used to expose image metadata which today includes image size and image creation timestamp.
  • feature: ElastiCache: Elasticache is launching a new major engine release of Redis, 3.2 (providing stability updates and new command sets over 2.8), as well as ElasticSupport for enabling Redis Cluster in 3.2, which provides support for multiple node groups to horizontally scale data, as well as superior engine failover capabilities.

2.6.7

  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: Added new operation "AdminCreateUser" that creates a new user in the specified user pool and sends a welcome message via email or phone (SMS).
  • feature: Route53: Retries PriorRequestNotComplete errors.

2.6.6

  • feature: EC2: Adding support for EC2 Convertible RIs and the EC2 RI regional benefit.
  • feature: S3: S3 API update with partNumber extension and a bug fix to address list-objects command failing when a bucket is marked with request-pays.

2.6.5

  • bugfix: apiVersion: Fixes an issue where some service clients would fail to instantiate if an older apiVersion was specified.
  • feature: CloudFormation: Adds support for specifying an IAM service role for CloudFormation stack operations.

2.6.4

  • bugfix: Browser: Updates url and querystring dependencies to be controlled by the SDK instead of tools like browserify or webpack.
  • bugfix: Config: Fixes an issue where specifying service-specific config on the global AWS.config object would fail if the service had not yet been instantiated.
  • feature: CodeDeploy: AWS CodeDeploy now integrates with Amazon CloudWatch alarms, making it possible to stop a deployment if there is a change in the state of a specified alarm for a number of consecutive periods, as specified in the alarm threshold. AWS CodeDeploy also now supports automatically rolling back a deployment if certain conditions are met, such as a deployment failure or an activated alarm.
  • feature: EMR: Added support for Security Configurations which can be used to enable encryption at-rest and in-transit for certain applications on Amazon EMR.
  • feature: RDS: Provide local time zone support for AWS RDS SqlServer database instances.
  • feature: Redshift: This release of Amazon Redshift introduces Enhanced VPC Routing. When you use Amazon Redshift Enhanced VPC Routing, Amazon Redshift forces all COPY and UNLOAD traffic between your cluster and your data repositories through your Amazon VPC.

2.6.3

  • bugfix: Node_Https: Fixes an issue caused when https.globalAgent is set to false.
  • feature: Iot: Updates registerCertificate operation, and allows users to specify cannedAcl for S3 action.
  • feature: RDS: Updates describeDbCluster operation to allow specifying a ReaderEndpoint for accessing cluster readers.

2.6.2

  • feature: ServiceCatalog: Updates the API for AWS.ServiceCatalog.

2.6.1

  • bugfix: SDK: Fixes an issue that caused all services to be loaded into memory when requiring the SDK. This issue was introduced in version 2.6.0 of the SDK, and address #1124.

2.6.0

  • feature: CloudFront: Adds HTTP2 support for Amazon CloudFront distributions.
  • feature: MetadataService: Adds retry logic to the EC2 Metadata Service, so that EC2MetadataCredentials will retry TimeoutError. This retry logic is also added to ECSCredentials. Resolves #692
  • feature: ServiceCatalog: CORS support added. Now a default service in the browser build of the JavaScript SDK.
  • feature: Tools: Adds support for bundling the SDK with webpack. Also adds support for creating node.js bundles using webpack or browserify.

2.5.6

  • feature: RDS: Adds new operation describeSourceRegions to provide list of all the source region names and endpoints for any region. Source regions are the regions where current region can get a replica or copy a snapshot from.

2.5.5

  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: Adds support for bulk import of users.
  • feature: GameLift: Adds Linux support.
  • feature: Iot: Adds Iot as a default service in the browser distribution of the AWS SDK for JavaScript.
  • feature: RDS: Adds information in response of describeOptionGroupOptions about options that conflict with each other.

2.5.4

  • feature: CloudFront: CloudFront is adding a Querystring Whitelist Option. Customers will be able to choose to forward certain querystring keys instead of a.) all of them or b.) none of them.
  • feature: CodePipeline: CodePiepline has introduced a new feature to return pipeline execution details. Execution details consists of source revisions that are running in the pipeline. Customers will be able to tell what source revisions that are running through the stages in pipeline by fetching execution details of each stage.
  • feature: Route53: With this release, Route 53 will support the following new features: support for the NAPTR DNS record type, a new testDNSAnswer API which enables customers to send a test query against a specific name server using spoofed delegation nameserver, resolver, and ECS IPs, and support metric-based health check in ap-south-1 region.

2.5.3

  • feature: RDS: Adds resource ARNs to Describe APIs.

2.5.2

  • bugfix: Waiter: Fixes bug in clusterDeleted waiter for AWS.Redshift.
  • feature: EC2: Adds new APIs supporting dedicated host reservations. Also adds new property to response of describeSpotFleetRequests to indicate the activity status of spot fleet requests.
  • feature: Request: eachItem method stops iteration on returning false (like eachPage)
  • feature: WorkSpaces: Adds new APIs to support the launch and management of WorkSpaces that are paid for and used by the hour.

2.5.1

  • feature: ACM: Increase tagging limit from 10 to 50.
  • feature: APIGateway: Amazon API Gateway now supports API usage plans. Usage plans allows you to easily manage and monetize your APIs for your API-based business.
  • feature: ECS: Adds support for memory reservation and network mode on task definitions. Also adds splunk as a supported log driver.

2.5.0

  • feature: AutoScaling: Adds 3 new APIs for ELB L7 integration: attachLoadBalancerTargetGroups, detachLoadBalancerTargetGroups, and describeLoadBalancerTargetGroups.
  • feature: ECS: Adds ECS support for ELBv2. Supports Application Load Balancer target groups to enable dynamic ports and path-based routing.
  • feature: ELBv2: Adds new backwards incompatible application load balancer API version. Application load balancers are a new load balancer that is now supported by the Elastic Load Balancing service. Application load balancers support HTTP/2, WebSockets, routing based on URL path, and routing to multiple ports on a single instance.
  • feature: KMS: Adds support for importing customer-supplied cryptographic keys. New import key feature lets you import keys from your own key management infrastructure to KMS for greater control over generation and storage of keys and meeting compliance requirements of sensitive workloads.
  • feature: KinesisAnalytics: Adds the new service Amazon Kinesis Analytics, a fully managed service for continuously querying streaming data using standard SQL. With Kinesis Analytics, you can write standard SQL queries on streaming data and gain actionable insights in real-time, without having to learn any new programming skills. The service allows you to build applications that continuously read data from streaming data sources, process that data using standard SQL, and send the processed data to up to four destinations of your choice. Kinesis Analytics enables you to generate time-series analytics, feed a real-time dashboard, create real-time alarms and notifications, and much more.
  • feature: S3: Adds support for IPv6/IPv4 Dualstack endpoint. A new opt-in boolean option use Dualstack can be specified for S3 service clients: new AWS.S3({useDualstack: true}). Alternatively, to configure it once for all subsequent S3 service clients: AWS.config.update({s3: {useDualstack: true}}).
  • feature: Snowball: Adds Amazon Snowball, a new job management service.

2.4.14

  • feature: CloudFront: Amazon CloudFront now supports tagging for Web and Streaming distributions. Tags make it easier for you to allocate costs and optimize spending by categorizing and grouping AWS resources.
  • feature: ECR: Adds filtering of ListImages requests based on whether an image is tagged or untagged.
  • feature: MarketplaceCommerceAnalytics: Adds the startSupportDataExport operation.

2.4.13

  • feature: ApplicationAutoScaling: CORS support added. Now a default service in the browser build of the JavaScript SDK.
  • feature: AutoScaling: CORS support added. Now a default service in the browser build of the JavaScript SDK.
  • feature: CodeDeploy: CORS support added. Now a default service in the browser build of the JavaScript SDK.
  • feature: GameLift: Provides a new Search API for GameLift, which allows game developers to retrieve filtered and sorted lists of their GameSessions.
  • feature: RDS: You can now use the AWS Management Console to easily move your DB instance to a different VPC, or to a different subnet group in the same VPC. For more information, see Updating the VPC for a DB Instance. If your DB instance is not in a VPC, you can now use the AWS Management Console to easily move your DB instance into a VPC. You can now copy the source files from a MySQL database to an Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) bucket, and then restore an Amazon Aurora DB cluster from those files. This option can be considerably faster than migrating data using mysqldump.

2.4.12

  • bugfix: Request: Adds a content-length check for the stream returned from createReadStream(), and the stream will emit an error when the bytes received are fewer than specified by the response content-length header.
  • bugfix: S3: Reverts behavior introduced in version 2.4.0 of the SDK to default the signatureVersion of S3 clients to v4. S3 clients instantiated without a user-defined signatureVersion will now default to v2 unless the region only supports v4 signing. This change is being made due to issues sending non-ascii characters in headers when using v4 signing.
  • feature: CloudWatchLogs: Updates the putMetricFilter operation.
  • feature: EMR: Adds enhanced debugging.
  • feature: Iot: Adds listOutgoingCertificates and support for allowing autoregistration.
  • feature: MachineLearning: Adds compute time and entity timestamp to multiple operations.
  • feature: RDS: Support for license model and versioning of option groups.
  • feature: Route53Domains: Adds new APIs to renew domains for a specified duration, get domain suggestions, and view billing.

2.4.11

  • feature: APIGateway: Adds support for authentication through Cognito User Pools.
  • feature: CognitoIdentityServiceProvider: Introduces support for Your User Pools.
  • feature: DirectoryService: Enables routing to on-premises public IP for Microsoft Active Directory.
  • feature: EC2: Enables resolution of DNS queries from a peered VPC to a private IP address.
  • feature: ES: Updates to Elasticsearch version 2.3, which offers improved performance, memory management, and security. It also offers several new features includinng pipeline aggregations to perform advanced analytics like moving averages and derivatives, and enhancements to geospatial queries.
  • feature: Waiter: Adds Waiters for AWS.CodeDeploy.

2.4.10

  • feature: util: Parse ini files containing comments using #
  • feature: Iot: Adds support for thing types. Thing types are entities that store a description of common features of Things that are of the same logical type. Also adds support for : in Thing name. Adds a separator in Firehose action.

2.4.9

  • feature: ACM: Adds reason for failure when describing certificates.
  • feature: ConfigService: Adds support for RDS and ACM resources types and introduces two new APIs: DeleteEvaluationResults and StartConfigRulesEvaluation. Updated PutConfigRule API can now create Config rules that are triggered by both configuration changes and periodicity.
  • feature: ElasticTranscoder: Adds WAV file format output support.
  • feature: Paginator: Adds paginator for SSM DescribeInstanceInformation operation.

2.4.8

  • feature: CloudFormation: CORS support added. Now a default service in the browser build of the JavaScript SDK.
  • feature: CloudHSM: CORS support added. Now a default service in the browser build of the JavaScript SDK.
  • feature: DeviceFarm: Adds session-based APIs.
  • feature: EMR: CORS support added. Now a default service in the browser build of the JavaScript SDK.
  • feature: ElastiCache: CORS support added. Now a default service in the browser build of the JavaScript SDK.
  • feature: ElasticBeanstalk: CORS support added. Now a default service in the browser build of the JavaScript SDK.
  • feature: Redshift: CORS support added. Now a default service in the browser build of the JavaScript SDK.
  • feature: SSM: Adds notification support.

Version History

Version Date
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2.0.10 31 Jul 2014 20:07
2.0.9 24 Jul 2014 22:07
2.0.8 16 Jul 2014 20:07
2.0.7 12 Jul 2014 00:07
2.0.6 10 Jul 2014 20:07
2.0.5 08 Jul 2014 23:07
2.0.4 26 Jun 2014 21:06
2.0.3 25 Jun 2014 01:06
2.0.2 25 Jun 2014 00:06
2.0.1 20 Jun 2014 18:06
2.0.0 20 Jun 2014 17:06
2.0.0-rc.20 13 Jun 2014 01:06
2.0.0-rc.19 29 May 2014 19:05
2.0.0-rc.18 22 May 2014 20:05
2.0.0-rc.17 15 May 2014 02:05
2.0.0-rc.16 14 May 2014 03:05
2.0.0-rc.15 06 May 2014 19:05
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2.0.0-rc13 26 Mar 2014 00:03
2.0.0-rc12 20 Mar 2014 19:03
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1.18.0 30 Jan 2014 01:01
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1.17.3 13 Jan 2014 23:01
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1.16.0 20 Dec 2013 02:12
2.0.0-rc3 12 Dec 2013 20:12
1.15.0 12 Dec 2013 20:12
2.0.0-rc2 05 Dec 2013 23:12
1.14.0 05 Dec 2013 23:12
1.13.0 25 Nov 2013 18:11
1.12.0 08 Nov 2013 19:11
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1.10.0 24 Oct 2013 22:10
1.9.0 18 Oct 2013 03:10
1.8.1 10 Oct 2013 17:10
1.8.0 09 Oct 2013 21:10
1.7.1 06 Oct 2013 00:10
1.7.0 30 Sep 2013 23:09
1.6.0 12 Sep 2013 18:09
1.5.2 04 Sep 2013 20:09
1.5.1 29 Aug 2013 17:08
1.5.0 13 Aug 2013 11:08
1.4.1 24 Jul 2013 21:07
1.4.0 18 Jul 2013 17:07
1.3.2 09 Jul 2013 05:07
1.3.1 18 Jun 2013 21:06
1.3.0 12 Jun 2013 22:06
1.2.0 29 May 2013 04:05
1.1.0 15 May 2013 22:05
1.0.0 06 May 2013 21:05
0.9.9-pre.10 01 May 2013 06:05
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0.9.6-pre.7 11 Mar 2013 17:03
0.9.5-pre.6 19 Feb 2013 06:02
0.9.4-pre.5 15 Feb 2013 16:02
0.9.3-pre.4 09 Feb 2013 00:02
0.9.2-pre.3 29 Jan 2013 05:01
0.9.1-pre.2 13 Dec 2012 00:12
0.9.0-pre.1 05 Dec 2012 00:12