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AWS CloudFormation updates for Amazon API Gateway, AWS CodePipeline, Amazon S3, AWS IAM, Amazon ECS, Amazon RDS, Amazon ES, AWS Lambda and more

Source: AWS As part of both re:invent related launches, as well as community-prioritized requests from our public coverage roadmap, we are pleased to announce support for over two dozen new and updated CloudFormation resource types. You can now use CloudFormation templates to configure and provision additional features for AWS CodePipeline, Amazon API Gateway, AWS Lambda, Amazon Elasticsearch Service (Amazon ES), AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM), and more AWS resources. CloudFormation periodically releases additional support, making it easier for developers to configure and provision AWS services. 

AWS Managed Services (AMS) now supports AWS CloudFormation Stack Update

Source: AWS AWS Managed Services (AMS) launched support for AWS CloudFormation (CFN) Stack Update. You can now make changes to your stack’s configurations or change it’s resources, such as new input parameter values or updated template, through the AMS request for change (RFC) process. Changes submitted are validated for safety and only nondestructive changes are automatically executed. For destructive changes, a change set is provided to you for approval before automated execution.  

AWS CloudFormation updates for Amazon EC2, Amazon ECS, Amazon ElastiCache, Amazon ElasticSearch, and more

Source: AWS You can now use CloudFormation templates to configure and provision additional features for Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2), Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), Amazon ElastiCache, Amazon ElasticSearch Service(Amazon ES), and more AWS resources. CloudFormation periodically releases additional support, making it easier for developers to configure and provision AWS services.

AWS CloudFormation now supports higher StackSets limits

Source: AWS AWS CloudFormation has increased two limits on CloudFormation StackSets to allow you to provision resources across even more accounts and regions with a single operation. The number of stack sets you can have in your administrator account has increased from 20 to 100. The number of stack instances you can have per stack set has increased from 500 to 2000.