Changes AWS DMS added support of TLS for Kafka endpoint. Added Describe endpoint setting API for DMS endpoints.
Changes AWS DMS launches support for AWS Secrets Manager to manage Oracle ASM Database credentials
Changes AWS DMS launches support for AWS Secrets Manager to manage source and target database credentials.
Changes Added PreserveTransaction setting to preserve order of CDC for S3 as target. Added CsvNoSupValue setting to replace empty value for columns not included in the supplemental log for S3 as target.
Changes Adding MoveReplicationTask feature to move replication tasks between instances
Changes Adding DocDbSettings to support DocumentDB as a source.
Changes When creating Endpoints, Replication Instances, and Replication Tasks, the feature provides you the option to specify friendly name to the resources.
Changes Added new S3 endpoint settings to allow partitioning CDC data by date for S3 as target. Exposed some Extra Connection Attributes as endpoint settings for relational databases as target.
Changes Added new endpoint settings to include columns with Null and Empty value when using Kinesis and Kafka as target. Added a new endpoint setting to set maximum message size when using Kafka as target.
Changes Basic endpoint settings for relational databases, Preflight validation API.
Changes Adding minimum replication engine version for describe-endpoint-types api.
Changes Added new settings for Kinesis target to include detailed transaction info; to capture table DDL details; to use single-line unformatted json, which can be directly queried by AWS Athena if data is streamed into S3 through AWS Kinesis Firehose. Added CdcInsertsAndUpdates in S3 target settings to allow capture ongoing insertions and updates only.
Changes This release contains task timeline attributes in replication task statistics. This release also adds a note to the documentation for the CdcStartPosition task request parameter. This note describes how to enable the use of native CDC start points for a PostgreSQL source by setting the new slotName extra connection attribute on the source endpoint to the name of an existing logical replication slot.
Changes This release adds a new DeleteConnection API to delete the connection between a replication instance and an endpoint. It also adds an optional S3 setting to specify the precision of any TIMESTAMP column values written to an S3 object file in .parquet format.
Changes S3 endpoint settings update: 1) Option to append operation column to full-load files. 2) Option to add a commit timestamp column to full-load and cdc files. Updated DescribeAccountAttributes to include UniqueAccountIdentifier.
Changes S3 Endpoint Settings added support for 1) Migrating to Amazon S3 as a target in Parquet format 2) Encrypting S3 objects after migration with custom KMS Server-Side encryption. Redshift Endpoint Settings added support for encrypting intermediate S3 objects during migration with custom KMS Server-Side encryption.
Changes Settings structures have been added to our DMS endpoint APIs to support Kinesis and Elasticsearch as targets. We are introducing the ability to configure custom DNS name servers on a replication instance as a beta feature.
Changes Added support for DmsTransfer endpoint type and support for re-validate option in table reload API.
Changes Native Change Data Capture start point and task recovery support in Database Migration Service.
Changes This release includes the addition of two new APIs: describe replication instance task logs and reboot instance. The first allows user to see how much storage each log for a task on a given instance is occupying. The second gives users the option to reboot the application software on the instance and force a fail over for MAZ instances to test robustness of their integration with our service.
Changes Support for migration task assessment. Support for data validation after the migration.
Changes This change includes addition of new optional parameter to an existing API
Changes Added tagging for DMS certificates.
Changes This release adds support for using Amazon S3 and Amazon DynamoDB as targets for database migration, and using MongoDB as a source for database migration. For more information, see the AWS Database Migration Service documentation.
Changes Adds support for SSL enabled Oracle endpoints and task modification.