Posted On: Feb 21, 2024

AWS Resilience Hub is pleased to announce two new service enhancements, including Payment Card Industry (PCI) certification and AWS Migration Acceleration Program 2.0 (MAP 2.0) availability. 

Customers who have PCI requirements can now use AWS Resilience Hub to assess and improve the resilience of their applications. Customers can use AWS Artifact to download reports about AWS compliance programs and share with necessary third parties. Resilience Hub is also now part of MAP 2.0. MAP 2.0 is an AWS program which provides tools and resources to help customers who are operating on-premise applications assess their readiness to migrate to the AWS cloud, mobilize necessary resources, and modernize their applications once migration is complete. Through MAP 2.0, customers are now eligible for credits they can apply toward Resilience Hub usage fees.

AWS Resilience Hub provides customers with a single place to define, test, and track the resilience of their business and mission-critical applications, and helps avoid unnecessary downtime caused by software, infrastructure, or operational disruptions. Using AWS Resilience Hub, customers can define their applications’ resilience targets, Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO), and help validate that these targets can be met prior to deployment.

See the AWS Regional Services List for the most up-to-date availability information across all Regions for AWS Resilience Hub.

To learn more about PCI compliance and the MAP program, visit the compliance resources and MAP 2.0 pages on the AWS website, respectively. To get started with AWS Resilience Hub, sign into the AWS console