Thursday, 11 July 2019

AWS South America (São Paulo) Region Can Access Cloud Map

AWS Cloud Map is a cloud resource discovery service. You can describe custom names with the AWS Cloud Map for your application resources like Amazon ECS tasks, Amazon EC2 instances, Amazon S3 buckets, Amazon DynamoDB tables, Amazon SQS queues, or any other cloud resource, and it keeps the updated place of these dynamically altering resources. This expands your application accessibility as your web service consistently finds the extremely recent locations and meteadata of cloud resources with the help of AWS SDK and valid API queries. Also AWS Cloud Map lets you to register any application resources, like databases, queues, microservices, and many other cloud resources, with custom names. And later AWS Cloud Map repeatedly reviews the health of resources to certify the location is recent. The application can then ask the registry for the location of the resources required formed on the application version and deployment domains. Now this AWS Cloud Map feature is accessible in the AWS South America (São Paulo) Region. AWS Cloud Map is a greatly accessible, managed service with fast switch propagation. To get the complete list of AWS Regions where AWS Cloud Map is accessible, refer AWS Region Table.

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