Posted On: May 18, 2022
AWS Resilience Hub now supports Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS), Amazon Route 53, AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery, AWS Backup, and the ability to use Terraform as a source to upload applications. With this expansion of supported resources, you can use Resilience Hub to prepare and protect even more of your applications from disruptions.
Alongside the newly supported services, we have updated how your application’s resilience score is calculated. The new resilience score reflects a combination of operational recommendations and policy compliance. This gives you a more inclusive indicator of your application’s readiness for different disruption scenarios.
In addition, Resilience Hub now runs daily assessments on new applications automatically. You can manually activate this feature on existing applications and deactivate this feature at any time.
Resilience Hub provides you with a single place to define, validate, and track the resilience of your applications so that you can avoid unnecessary downtime caused by software, infrastructure, or operational disruptions. Resilience refers to the ability of your applications to maintain availability and recover from disruptions within a specified target measured in terms of recovery time objective (RTO) and recovery point objective (RPO). With Resilience Hub, you can identify and resolve issues before they occur in production.
The newly supported services and features are available in all Regions where Resilience Hub is available.
To learn more, see the Resilience Hub User Guide. Sign in to the Resilience Hub console to get started.