Release: Amazon Virtual Private Cloud on 2012-10-18

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This release introduces support for t1.micro instances in Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC)

Details

Release Date: October 19, 2012 1:00 AM GMT
Latest Version: 2012-08-15
Latest WSDL: 2012-08-15
Created On: October 19, 2012 4:19 AM GMT
Last Updated: December 4, 2012 5:49 PM GMT

New Features

FeatureDescription
Support for the micro instance type in Amazon VPC You can now launch micro (t1.micro) instances in Amazon VPC.

Version History

Release Date WDSL Description
2012-09-13 2012-08-15.ec2.wsdl Support for RDS SQL Server, IPsec VPN, and route propagation.
2011-08-03 2011-07-15.ec2.wsdl Support for VPC in five AWS Regions, VPCs in multiple Availability Zones, multiple VPCs per AWS account, multiple VPN connections per VPC, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft SQL Server Reserved Instances, and a new API version: 2011-07-15
2011-03-27 2011-02-28.ec2.wsdl Support for Dedicated Instances
2011-03-14 2011-01-01.ec2.wsdl Support for Internet Gateway, route tables, elastic IP addresses, security groups, network access control lists, NAT instances, instance metadata, and new instance attributes
2010-12-02 2010-11-15.ec2.wsdl Support for Auto Scaling
2010-09-19 2010-08-31.ec2.wsdl Support for tags
2010-09-07 2010-06-15.ec2.wsdl Support for AWS Management Console
2010-09-02 2010-06-15.ec2.wsdl Support for Identity and Access Management (IAM)
2010-07-12 2010-06-15.ec2.wsdl Support for user-specified IP address
2010-05-19 2009-10-31.ec2.wsdl Support for Juniper SSG and ISG Running ScreenOS
2010-05-04 2009-07-15.ec2.wsdl Support for VPC in EU-West (Ireland) Region
2010-03-22 2009-07-15.ec2.wsdl Support for AWS SDK for Java
2010-02-11 2009-07-15.ec2.wsdl Support for EBS-backed EC2 instances in VPC, support for high-memory instances
2009-12-14 2009-07-15.ec2.wsdl Support for VPCs up to /16 in size
2009-11-11 2009-07-15.ec2.wsdl Support for AWS SDK for .NET
2009-08-27 2009-07-15.ec2.wsdl Initial launch of AWS VPC

Known Issues

IssueDescription
VPC Resource Limitations VPC resources are limited. For more information, go to Amazon VPC Limits in the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud User Guide.
CC1 instances CC1 instances are not supported for use in a VPC.
VPC Dashboard filtered view If you have created more than one VPC and choose to filter the VPC dashboard view to only view a single VPC, the resource counts for security groups, Internet gateways, virtual private gateways, customer gateways, and VPN connections reflect all VPCs.
Older API Version Clients and Latest Console Display Different Results If you use a client that is based on an older API version of Amazon VPC (earlier than version 2011-01-01), but you also use the AWS Management Console to manage your VPC resources, you'll see different results between the two interfaces.
Elastic IP Addresses Not Interchangeable Any EC2 Elastic IP addresses your AWS account has cannot be used with your VPC, and any VPC Elastic IP addresses you have can't be used with EC2.
Security Groups Not Interchangeable Any EC2 security groups your AWS account has cannot be used with your VPC, and any VPC security groups you have can't be used with EC2.
Traffic Sent to Overlapping IP Address Ranges Is Dropped For customers using the optional IPsec VPN gateway: If your VPC's IP address range overlaps with an IP address range in use within your existing IT infrastructure, Amazon VPC will drop any traffic to said range. To avoid this, create your VPC so it does not overlap with current or expected future subnets in your network.
Broadcast and Multicast Unsupported in a VPC You are unable to employ either broadcast or multicast within your VPC.
Ordering of DHCP Option Values Not Guaranteed When you specify DHCP options, some options (e.g., DNS servers) accept multiple values. The ordering of these values is not guaranteed. After creating the options, you should use the DescribeDhcpOptions operation (or the ec2-describe-dhcp-options command) to confirm the order in which the options will be delivered to instances.
Tags for Amazon VPC Resources Not Supported in the Console You can tag your Amazon VPC resources using the API or command line tools, but those tags are not available to work with in the AWS Management Console.
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