Changes Adds new option to filter by availability on each type of load balancer when describing ssl policies.
Changes Enable support for ALB IPv6 Target Groups (IP Address Type)
Changes Adds new ALB-type target group to facilitate forwarding traffic from NLB to ALB
Changes Adds dualstack support for Network Load Balancers (TCP/TLS only), an attribute for WAF fail open for Application Load Balancers, and an attribute for connection draining for Network Load Balancers.
Changes Added support for Gateway Load Balancers, which make it easy to deploy, scale, and run third-party virtual networking appliances.
Changes Application Load Balancer (ALB) now supports the gRPC protocol-version. With this release, customers can use ALB to route and load balance gRPC traffic between gRPC enabled clients and microservices.
Changes This release adds support for tagging listeners, rules, and target groups on creation. This release also supported tagging operations through tagging api's for listeners and rules.
Changes Adds support for Application Load Balancers on Outposts.
Changes This release added support for HTTP/2 ALPN preference lists for Network Load Balancers
Changes This release of Elastic Load Balancing V2 adds new subnet features for Network Load Balancers and a new routing algorithm for Application Load Balancers.
Changes This release allows forward actions on Application Load Balancers to route requests to multiple target groups, based on the weight you specify for each target group.
Changes This release adds support for UDP on Network Load Balancers
Changes This release adds support for routing based on HTTP headers, methods, query string or query parameters and source IP addresses in Application Load Balancer.
Changes This release enables you to use the existing client secret when modifying a rule with an action of type authenticate-oidc.
Changes Elastic Load Balancing now supports TLS termination on Network Load Balancers. With this launch, you can offload the decryption/encryption of TLS traffic from your application servers to the Network Load Balancer. This enables you to run your backend servers optimally and keep your workloads secure. Additionally, Network Load Balancers preserve the source IP of the clients to the back-end applications, while terminating TLS on the load balancer. When TLS is enabled on an NLB, Access Logs can be enabled for the load balancer, and log entries will be emitted for all TLS connections.
Changes This release allows Application Load Balancers to route traffic to Lambda functions, in addition to instances and IP addresses.
Changes We are introducing two new actions in Application Load Balancer. Redirects and Fixed Response. These features will allow you to improve user experience and security posture. By using redirect actions in your Application Load Balancer, you can improve the security of your user requests and by using fixed-response, you can enhance the customer experience by displaying branded error pages during application maintenance or outages.
Changes This release of Elastic Load Balancing introduces user authentication on Application Load Balancer.