Changes This release adds support for Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager default policies for EBS snapshots and EBS-backed AMIs.
Changes Added support for pre and post scripts in Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager EBS snapshot lifecycle policies.
Changes This release adds support for archival of single-volume snapshots created by Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager policies
Changes This release adds support for excluding specific data (non-boot) volumes from multi-volume snapshot sets created by snapshot lifecycle policies
Changes Added AMI deprecation support for Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager EBS-backed AMI policies.
Changes Provide support for EBS Local Snapshots on AWS Outpost in Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM).
Changes Provide Cross-account copy event based policy support in DataLifecycleManager (DLM)
Changes Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager now supports the creation and retention of EBS-backed Amazon Machine Images
Changes Allowing cron expression in the DLM policy creation schedule.
Changes You can now copy snapshots across regions using Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM). You can enable policies which, along with create, can now also copy snapshots to one or more AWS region(s). Copies can be scheduled for up to three regions from a single policy and retention periods are set for each region separately.
Changes You can now set time based retention policies on Data Lifecycle Manager. With this launch, DLM allows you to set snapshot retention period in the following interval units: days, weeks, months and years.
Changes DLM now supports Fast Snapshot Restore. You can enable Fast Restore on snapshots created by DLM, provide the AZs and the number of snapshots to be enabled with this capability.
Changes You can now add tags to a lifecycle policy in Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM). Tags allow you to categorize your policies in different ways, such as by department, purpose or owner. You can also enable resource level permissions based on tags to set access control on ability to modify or delete a tagged policy.
Changes Customers can now simultaneously take snapshots of multiple EBS volumes attached to an EC2 instance. With this new capability, snapshots guarantee crash-consistency across multiple volumes by preserving the order of IO operations. This new feature is fully integrated with Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM) allowing customers to automatically manage snapshots by creating lifecycle policies.
Changes Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager adds support for copying EBS volume tags to EBS snapshots. AWS resource tags allow customers to add metadata and apply access policies to your Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) resources. Starting today, customers can use Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM) to copy tags on EBS volumes to EBS snapshots. This allows customers to easily set snapshot metadata, such as access policies, to match the parent volume. Customers can enable this functionality on new or existing lifecycle policies. They can also choose to disable it at a future date.
Changes Amazon Data Lifecycle Manager (DLM) for EBS Snapshots provides a simple, automated way to back up data stored on Amazon EBS volumes. You can define backup and retention schedules for EBS snapshots by creating lifecycle policies based on tags. With this feature, you no longer have to rely on custom scripts to create and manage your backups. This feature is now available in the US East (N. Virginia), US West (Oregon), and Europe (Ireland) AWS regions at no additional cost.