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Amazon Elastic Container Service now supports IntelliSense in Visual Studio Code

Source: AWS Amazon Web Services (AWS) developers using Visual Studio Code (VS Code) can now use IntelliSense to write Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) task definitions. This can save you lots of time by avoiding manual typing and catching easy to miss errors. These changes are already available in the VS Code toolkit for AWS so current users who have auto updates enabled don’t need to install anything to get this functionality.  

Amazon ECS supports Automated Draining for Spot Instances running ECS Services

Source: AWS Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) supports Automated Spot Instance Draining, a new capability that reduces service interruptions due to Spot termination for ECS workloads. This feature will enable ECS customers to safely manage any interruptions of ECS tasks running on Spot instances due to termination of the underlying EC2 Spot instance.

Amazon ECS now supports additional resource-level permissions and tag-based access controls

Source: AWS Amazon ECS customers now have additional options for controlling API access to ECS resources. With resource-level permissions (RLP) for services and task sets, you can now create IAM policies that allow or deny the ability to create, update, delete, or describe specific services and task sets.