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Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2013-10-30
Last Modified: Nov 1, 2013 16:55 PM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2013-06-18
Amazon Simple Queue Service adds support for 256 KB payloads in SQS. Previously, SQS messages were capped at 64 KB.
Last Modified: Jun 18, 2013 22:08 PM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Notification Service on 2013-01-09
Amazon Simple Notification Service adds support 64 KB payloads in SNS. Previously, SNS notifications were capped at 32 KB.
Last Modified: Jan 10, 2013 0:01 AM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2012-11-21
You can now subscribe an Amazon SQS queue to an Amazon SNS topic using the AWS Management Console for Amazon SQS.
Last Modified: Nov 21, 2012 16:26 PM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2012-11-05
Amazon Simple Queue Service adds long polling, client-side buffering, and request batching, and also adds support for signature version 4.
Last Modified: Nov 9, 2012 1:38 AM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2011-10-20
Amazon Simple Queue Service adds Delay Queues, Message Timers, GetQueueUrl, and batch API actions.
Last Modified: Oct 21, 2011 2:31 AM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2011-10-06
Amazon Simple Queue Service is now available in the AWS Management Console
Last Modified: Oct 7, 2011 1:29 AM GMT
Release: AWS SDK for Ruby 1.0.0
Introducing the AWS SDK for Ruby. This is the initial release of the AWS SDK for Ruby.
Last Modified: Jul 14, 2011 20:02 PM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2010-09-28
New AWS SDK for PHP.
Last Modified: Sep 29, 2010 1:48 AM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2010-09-02
Added support for AWS Identity and Access Management.
Last Modified: Sep 3, 2010 3:32 AM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2010-06-30
Added two new queue attributes.
Last Modified: Jun 30, 2010 23:43 PM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2010-04-28
Added support for new Region.
Last Modified: Apr 30, 2010 16:03 PM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2010-03-22
New AWS SDK for Java.
Last Modified: Mar 23, 2010 0:09 AM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2009-12-02
Added new endpoint.
Last Modified: Dec 3, 2009 10:32 AM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2009-11-11
Added new AWS SDK for .NET library.
Last Modified: Nov 12, 2009 4:31 AM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2009-09-18
Removed the API reference from the Developer Guide and created a separate API Reference document.
Last Modified: Sep 18, 2009 22:43 PM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2009-09-10
Added shared queues and anonymous access on 2009-04-07, and added new valid values for parameters in two operations on 2009-09-10.
Last Modified: Sep 11, 2009 5:47 AM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2008-12-17
New signature version and recommendations for secure requests.
Last Modified: Dec 18, 2008 5:16 AM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2008-02-06
New price for Amazon SQS and changes to the service functionality.
Last Modified: Feb 6, 2008 0:46 AM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2007-06-11
Bug fixes for GetVisibilityTimeout, SetVisibilityTimeout, AddGrant, and ListGrants.
Last Modified: Jun 11, 2007 20:40 PM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2007-05-18
Queue message counts, changeable message visibility timeouts, delimiters in queue names, and support for large messages through the Query API.
Last Modified: May 31, 2007 17:17 PM GMT
Release: Amazon Simple Queue Service on 2006-07-11
Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS™) is now generally available. Amazon SQS offers a reliable, highly scalable hosted queue for storing messages as they travel between computers. By using Amazon SQS, developers can simply move data between distributed application components performing different tasks, without losing messages or requiring each component to be always available. Amazon SQS works by exposing Amazon's web-scale messaging infrastructure as a web service. Any computer on the internet can add or read messages without any installed software or special firewall configurations. Components of applications using Amazon SQS can run independently, and do not need to be on the same network, developed with the same technologies, or running at the same time.
Last Modified: Jul 12, 2006 2:37 AM GMT
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