Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud System Manager can be used to generate Amazon Cloud Watch Events and more features is been added



Amazon Web Service has added new features that will let Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud System added New Amazon CloudWatch Events Target to trigger events. You can try to keep track of State Manager association changes and can also accept action type for Automation. Earlier, Amazon CloudWatch Events could not get triggered by System Manager State Manager. Amazon CloudWatch Events can now be used to receive notifications when the System Manager State Manager association instance or status changes.

If the association is in the failed state you can be notified and Amazon Web Service Lambda function can be used to stop the instance and can start a new one. System Manager Automation Workflow can now be triggered which will help you to quickly respond to the system events. If there is a change in the AWS environment or on fixed schedule Automation workflows can be triggered. System Manager State Manager changes in the association can be recorded. Before you could not go back and review older association setting when you edited the associations but now the association are versioned and can be named using the human-readable strings which allow seeing the trail of association changes. Rate-based scheduling can be performed that can be allowed to schedule associations more coarse-grained.

Systems Manager State Manager’s Approve is the new action type. The automation workflow you could not pause and you could request stakeholder approval or a manager but now you can utilize the approve action to request one or more principals for rejection or approval of a step. The principal can include Access Management and AWS Identity user or a role. Automation will continue to the next step when the required numbers of approvals are reached. Amazon System Manager is available in all the commercial regions and GovCloud.

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