Wednesday, 26 June 2019

AWS Fargate Expanded Its Availability In AWS GovCloud (US) Region

AWS Fargate is a compute engine for Amazon ECS enables you to execute containers without having to handle servers or clusters. You no longer have to provision, configure, and scale clusters of virtual machines to execute containers with AWS Fargate. This discard the requirement to server types, choose when to scale your clusters, or optimize cluster packing. Also AWS Fargate eject the necessity for you to link with or think about servers or clusters. AWS Fargate allows you to concentrate on designing and creating your applications rather than handling the infrastructure which executes them. Now AWS Fargate is accessible in AWS GovCloud (US) Region. AWS GovCloud (US) is Amazon's remote cloud infrastructure and services planned to address particular regulatory and compliance needs of US Government agencies, also contractors, educational institutions, and other US customers which execute fragile workloads in the cloud. To get the complete list of AWS Regions where AWS Fargate is accessible, refer the Region table.

Tuesday, 25 June 2019

Service-Linked Roles Offered By AWS Migration Hub

AWS Migration Hub offers one place to record relocation activities over several AWS tools and partner solutions. AWS Migration Hub helps you to opt the AWS and partner migration tools which perfect suit for your requirements simultaneously giving visibility into the status of your migration projects. Beside, AWS Migration Hub gives key metrics and growth information for distinct applications, despite of which tools are utilized to relocate them. Service-linked roles are defined earlier by Migration Hub and covers all the authority which service needs to utilize other AWS services for you, like the authorization which Migration Hub needs to utilize AWS Application Discovery Service for keeping on-premises discovery information. Now, AWS Migration Hub gives assistance for AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) service-linked roles, a new type of IAM role which lets you to simply assign permissions to AWS services. The inclusion of service-linked roles to Migration Hub further aids with approving migration tools. For example, the service-linked role enables AWS Database Migration Service to send migration status to Migration Hub, without adding extra authorities. This Service-linked roles feature is accessible in each AWS Regions where Migration Hub is available. Current users of Migration Hub do not require to do any action and can continue with current IAM roles, no extra charge for Migration Hub nor for the use of service-linked roles. To begin with Migration Hub, refer AWS Migration Hub Console.

Monday, 24 June 2019

Now Amazon MQ Is Obtainable In Mumbai And Paris Regions

Amazon MQ is a managed message broker service for Apache ActiveMQ which is simple to structure and run message brokers in the cloud. Message brokers let multiple software systems–often with the help of several programming languages, and on multiple platforms–to communicate and interchange data. Amazon MQ minimizes your functional load by handling the provisioning, setup, and maintenance of ActiveMQ, a famous open-source message broker. Joining your existing applications to Amazon MQ is effortless due to it uses industry-standard APIs and protocols for messaging, containing JMS, NMS, AMQP, STOMP, MQTT, and WebSocket. With the help of standards means that in most cases, there’s no necessity to rewrite any messaging code when you move to AWS. Now this Amazon MQ feature is accessible in the Asia Pacific (Mumbai) and EU (Paris) regions. To read further on the Amazon MQ, refer product page, and to get the complete list where Amazon MQ is available, refer AWS Region Table.

Wednesday, 19 June 2019

Now AWS Client VPN Adds Assistance For AWS CloudFormation

AWS CloudFormation service aid you model and create your Amazon Web Services resources with low time handling those resources and more time in concentrating on your applications which execute in AWS. You design a template which defines every AWS resources that you need (like Amazon EC2 instances or Amazon RDS DB instances), and AWS CloudFormation takes care of provisioning and configuring those resources for you. AWS Client VPN is a managed client-based VPN service which allows you to safely fetch your AWS resources and resources in your on-premises network. You can access your resources from anywhere across the world with the help of an OpenVPN-based VPN client with AWS Client VPN. Now you can use AWS CloudFormation templates to define AWS Client VPN Endpoint resources. This enhancement allows you to utilize CloudFormation to design AWS Client VPN Endpoints, related target subnets, build routes and rules — besides the remaining of your AWS infrastructure—in a secure, efficient, and repeatable way. AWS CloudFormation assist for AWS Client VPN endpoint resources is accessible in every AWS Regions where AWS Client VPN is obtainable. AWS Client VPN is available in US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), EU (Ireland), EU (Frankfurt), EU (London), Asia Pacific (Sydney), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Mumbai) and Asia Pacific (Tokyo). To read further on the list of resources supported by AWS CloudFormation containing the AWS Client VPN endpoints, refer this link

Tuesday, 18 June 2019

Reader Endpoints For Redis Introduced By Amazon ElastiCache

Amazon ElastiCache provides completely organized Redis and Memcached. Smoothly deploy, run, and scale famous open source compatible in-memory data stores. Amazon ElastiCache is a best suit for Gaming, Ad-Tech, Financial Services, Healthcare, and IoT apps. Amazon ElastiCache for Redis is fast in-memory data store which offers sub-millisecond latency to power internet-scale real-time applications. Now you can use one reader endpoint to join to your Redis read copies. Thus far, to seamlessly join to your read copies you had to handle several endpoints at the application level. The new feature lets you to instruct all read traffic to your ElastiCache for Redis cluster via one, cluster-level endpoint. A reader endpoint will divide incoming connections to the endpoint between all read copies in a Redis cluster. Reader endpoints keep up with cluster alters in real-time as replicas are added or removed. You can put your Redis cluster’s several read copies in multiple AWS Availability Zones (AZ) to certify high availability of reader endpoints. Now Reader endpoints are accessible in every AWS regions at no costs. Reader endpoints operate with ElastiCache for Redis clusters with cluster-mode deactivated. For Redis clusters with cluster-mode activated, users can use Redis clients like Redisson which help recurring topology finding of read copies. To read further on this feature, refer the ElastiCache for Redis developer guide.

Monday, 17 June 2019

Now AWS CloudFormation Assisted By AWS Amplify Console

A Git-based workflow for deploying and hosting fullstack serverless web applications is offered by AWS Amplify Console. The AWS Amplify Console is a constant delivery and hosting service for latest web applications. A fullstack serverless app includes a frontend built with one page application frameworks like React, Angular, Vue, or Gatsby and an elective backend built with cloud resources like GraphQL or REST APIs and file and data storage. Join to your code repository and your front end and backend are deployed in one workflow, on each code commit. This certifies that your web application is updated after the deployment is successfully finished, removing variabilities between your application front end and backend. AWS CloudFormation gives a prevalent language for you to define and provision all the infrastructure resources in your cloud environment and clarifies the roll out over several AWS accounts and/or regions with only few clicks. Now AWS CloudFormation template can use to provision Amplify Console resources, allowing repeatable and reliable web app deployments. To know further on how to provision an Amplify Console CloudFormation template read AWS blog.

Friday, 14 June 2019

Now Network Load Balancer Is Accessible In Asia Pacific (Osaka) Region

Network Load Balancer is an ideal solution for load balancing of Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) traffic where utmost performance is essential. Network Load Balancer is exceedingly available. Network Load Balancer is created to manage traffic as it increases and can load balance millions of requests/sec. Network Load Balancer provides very low latencies for latency-sensitive applications. Besides, Network Load Balancer is optimized to manage unexpected and traffic patterns while using one static IP address per Availability Zone. Network Load Balancer is the fourth layer of the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) model routes traffic to targets inside Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (Amazon VPC). Network Load Balancer functions at connection level (Layer 4), directing connections to Amazon EC2 instances, containers, and IP addresses linked with IP protocol data. Additionally, it stores the client-side source IP, permitting applications to view the IP address of the client that can then be utilized by applications for additional functioning. Now this Network Load Balancer feature is accessible in the Asia Pacific (Osaka) region. To get the full list of AWS Regions where Network Load Balancer is accessible, refer AWS Region Table. To know further on Network Load Balancer, refer the AWS blog or Elastic Load Balancing.

AWS Fargate Expanded Its Availability In AWS GovCloud (US) Region

AWS Fargate is a compute engine for Amazon ECS enables you to execute containers without having to handle servers or clusters. You no l...