Release: Elastic Load Balancing on 2010-04-28

Release Notes>Release: Elastic Load Balancing on 2010 04 28
Adds support for the Asia Pacific (Singapore) region.

Details

Submitted By: ScottB@AWS
Release Date: April 28, 2010 12:00 AM GMT
Latest Version: 2009-11-25
Created On: April 28, 2010 6:47 PM GMT
Last Updated: August 17, 2010 12:28 AM GMT

New Features

FeatureDescription
New Region Elastic Load Balancing now supports the Asia Pacific (Singapore) Region. The new endpoint for requests to this Region is http://elasticloadbalancing.ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com.

Known Issues

IssueDescription
The Amazon CloudWatch Latency metric for a LoadBalancer aggregates the latency for all requests to all LoadBalancer ports (Listeners ) into a single metric. If you have a LoadBalancer that is handling traffic on multiple ports, you cannot view the Latency of the requests for each port. Moreover, for LoadBalancers with TCP listeners, the Latency metric is not a meaningful measure of the TCP request latency.
Any attempt to register a paid AMI as an instance behind an ELB will fail. At this time, you cannot use Elastic Load Balancing with instances running Amazon EC2 paid AMIs.
API requests using SOAP are only supported over HTTPS. SOAP requests over HTTP will result in the following error: Premature end of file. AWSRequestId:No request id received.
The LoadBalancer does not report zeros for the RequestCount metric in Amazon CloudWatch when there are no requests. The RequestCount metric doesn't provide a zero (0) datapoint for periods that have no requests.
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