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AWS License Manager now helps you easily identify Windows and SQL Server License Included instances

Source: AWS AWS License Manager has enhanced the application search experience, allowing you to easily identify Microsoft Windows and SQL Server instances that are using Amazon provided software licenses. With the new capability, AWS License Manager enables you to filter your search results based on whether you are using bring-your-own-license (BYOL) instances or the License Included instances provided by Amazon. This capability is available for Windows Server Datacenter Edition, SQL Server Enterprise Edition, SQL Server Standard Edition, and SQL Server Web Edition products.

AWS Managed Services adds support for 29 additional AWS Services

Source: AWS AWS Managed Services is excited to announce support for 29 new AWS services. With this release, the total number of services supported by AMS is almost doubled to 61, including AWS Lambda, a much requested service. In addition to running these services within secure and operated AMS managed accounts, several can be self provisioned and configured directly in the AWS Console or the APIs. With this release, AMS is also introducing a second pricing tier that is lower for certain groups of AWS services where more of the day-to-day operations is handled by the service itself. Contact your sales representative for more details on AMS pricing.

AWS Managed Services (AWS) Adds Developer Mode to Accelerate Migrations

Source: AWS Native AWS API access is now Available in AWS Managed Services (AMS) accounts. AWS Managed Services (AMS) operates AWS on your behalf, providing a secure and compliant AWS Landing Zone, a proven enterprise operating model, on-going cost optimization, and day-to-day infrastructure management. With the availability of Developer Mode you can now leverage native AWS API access to accelerate your ability to design and implement infrastructure and applications in your AMS Managed Environment without sacrificing the security, compliance, and operational benefits AMS provides. 

AWS License Manager is now available in the Middle East (Bahrain) Region

Source: AWS AWS License Manager is now available in the Middle East (Bahrain) region. See the AWS Region Table for the list of regions where License Manager is currently available. AWS License Manager is offered at no additional charges. To learn more about this service, visit the product documentation, and FAQ page.

AWS License Manager is now available in AWS China (Beijing) region operated by Sinnet and AWS China (Ningxia) region operated by NWCD

Source: AWS AWS License Manager is now available in AWS China (Beijing) region, operated by Sinnet, and AWS China (Ningxia) region, operated by NWCD. AWS License Manager is offered at no additional charges. To learn more about this service, visit the product documentation, and FAQ page.

Introducing Service Quotas: View and manage your quotas for AWS services from one central location

Source: AWS With Service Quotas, you can view and manage your quotas easily and at scale as your AWS workloads grow. Quotas, also referred to as limits, are the maximum number of resources that you can create in an AWS account. AWS implements quotas to provide highly available and reliable service to all customers, and protect you from unintentional spend. Each quota starts with an AWS default value. Based on your needs, you can request to increase quota values for your specific account.

Introducing AWS Systems Manager OpsCenter to enable faster issue resolution

Source: AWS AWS Systems Manager, the operational hub for AWS and hybrid cloud deployments, announces the launch of OpsCenter to help you view, investigate, and resolve operational issues related to your environment from a central location. OpsCenter presents operational issues in a standardized view, along with contextually relevant data to help you with the diagnosis and remediation of them. You can associate AWS Systems Manager Automation documents for easier remediation and also specify deduplication logic to filter repetitive operational issues.