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Ian Mckay 22h
I'd love to be able to see the correct value for the "Platform" property in the EC2 APIs (e.g. RHEL, SUSE) so I can request the correct Capacity Reservation/RI and know what I'm being billed for.
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Kenneth Falck 17h
I think AWS should have Amazon Error Service (AES). It would be a single standardized way to publish error messages from any kind of cloud applications. Administrators would be sure to get notifications of these errors, instead of trying to find them buried in logs.
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Mario Kozjak Jan 26
That one would come in real handy!
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Wayne Robinson Jan 27
I really wish S3 Event Notifications were better than “probably once” delivery. I can deal with duplicate events being delivered (although dupes shouldn’t be hours later). But I shouldn’t have to audit whether an event was generated or not.
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Matt Lewis Jan 27
Would be useful if supported a Table resource type in CloudFormation same as . In its absence, the best approach is to use custom resources. This quick demo shows you how to create a table and index all managed in one stack
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Ben Kehoe Jan 26
A thing like pre-signed URLs for S3 objects, but AWS SSO authenticated and bound to a specific user. So you could hand someone a URL that will authenticate them and then download (if they've got the correct permissions at call time)
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Matt Tyler Jan 27
Anyone know if for eventbridge lambda destinations, if it fans out the events if the return type is an array? If it doesn't, be a lot cooler if it did.
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Jared Short Jan 27
SAR apps should get continuously audited for valid runtimes as the runtimes are deprecated. Right now it just tries to deploy an app that will fail. Bad user experience.
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keith Jan 26
a way to allow all cross-accounts to perform lambda:ListLayerVersions , so that my shared layers can be listed by the users who use them.
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Michael Warkentin Jan 21
console keyboard shortcuts to open services list (and close it). In the meantime here’s a FF extension that will do it for you:
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AWS Support Jan 26
Replying to @ben11kehoe
Neat idea, Ben! 💡 I've passed your to our SSO team for consideration - thanks for sharing! ^RC
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AWS Support Jan 26
Replying to @keithrozario
Thanks for sharing your idea with us, Keith! I've informed our Lambda team about this. ^ES
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Ben Kehoe Jan 24
AWS CLI v2 wizards should have an optional capability for outputting CloudFormation template snippets
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Jeremy Thomerson Jan 25
The other problem with Savings Plans is they're no help to the crowd. We use managed services like Elasticsearch/E-cache, where you pay for instance time. But can't use savings plans for them. Only the pure EC2 folks can.
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Wayne Robinson Jan 21
A Zookeeper API compatible swap-in client, proxy or SaaS solution that’s just DynamoDB. Everything seems to require ZK and I’m sick of having to spin up tiny clusters, locally and crossing region bounds when DDB has very similar core guarantees without the voting.
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Theo Jan 24
AWS Organizations that lets me manage the member accounts, like renaming them, setting the root user email.
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Alex DeBrie Jan 23
Let me use Redshift COPY to copy a secondary index from DynamoDB into Redshift. . The COPY command is doing a Scan on the base table + inserting to Redshift. It should be doable on an index as well.
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Theo Jan 24
being able to set the flag to require MFA to assume the role created in new accounts by AWS Organizations.
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Caja Caliente Jan 24
Native CloudWatch metrics from VPC subnets to monitor for IP exhaustion. Particularly relevant for Lambda's in a VPC.
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Colin Percival Jan 27
Replying to @__steele @_msw_
Ah yes, I think I saw that one when I was looking around at existing code. You don't support arbitrary uid/gid filtering, right? I'm hoping that we can someday get multiple roles attached to instances so that we can have daemons which manage things. (cc )
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