Posted On: Aug 17, 2022
You can now use AWS Resilience Hub with Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) and Amazon Route 53 Application Recovery Controller readiness checks to help meet your application’s recovery objectives. 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.
Using Resilience Hub, you can now assess your application’s ELB configuration, including Application Load Balancer, Gateway Load Balancer, Network Load Balancer, and Classic Load Balancer. ELB automates the distribution of incoming application traffic across multiple targets and virtual appliances in one or more Availability Zones. In addition to assessments, Resilience Hub provides ELB configuration recommendations to help meet your application’s recovery time objective (RTO) and recovery point objective (RPO).
Resilience Hub also integrates with Route 53 Application Recovery Controller readiness checks. Route 53 Application Recovery Controller gives you insights into whether your applications and resources are ready for recovery, and helps you manage and coordinate failover. With this integration, Resilience Hub can now assess your Route 53 Application Recovery Controller configuration and recommend improvements to help achieve your application’s RTO and RPO.
The newly supported services are available in all of the AWS Regions where Resilience Hub is supported. See the AWS Regional Services List for the most up-to-date availability information.