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AWS App Mesh now supports routing based on HTTP headers and specifying route priorities

Source: AWS AWS App Mesh now supports HTTP header-based routing to manage traffic between services, in addition to the previously available path prefix based and host based routing capabilities. With this feature, you can create rules and route traffic based on standard and custom HTTP headers and methods, which includes cookie data. Additionally, you can use route priorities to control the order of matching rules.

New Capacity-Optimized Allocation Strategy for Provisioning Amazon EC2 Spot Instances

Source: AWS Amazon EC2 now offers a new “Capacity Optimized” allocation strategy for provisioning Spot Instances via EC2 Auto Scaling, EC2 Fleet, and Spot Fleet. The “Capacity Optimized” allocation strategy automatically makes the most efficient use of available spare capacity while still taking advantage of the steep discounts offered by Spot Instances.

Amazon Sumerian Now Supports Physically-Based Rendering (PBR)

Source: AWS Amazon Sumerian, the AWS service that makes it easy to create and run browser-based 3D, augmented reality (AR), and virtual reality (VR) applications, now supports physically-based rendering (PBR), enabling you to create scenes that appear more realistic, accurate, and consistent with their real-world counterparts.  

Enable EC2 Hibernation Without Specifying Encryption Intent at Every Instance Launch

Source: AWS Hibernating your Amazon EC2 Instances is now easier then ever. You can now enable Amazon Elastic Block Store (EBS) Encryption by Default, to ensure all new EBS volumes created in your account are encrypted. To enable Hibernation, you no longer have to create an encrypted copy of the Amazon Machine Image (AMI) before launching an instance. Alternatively, you can also now specify encryption intent at launch (with unencrypted AMI or snapshot) and enable hibernation at the same time (see link).