Changes Global Accelerator now supports dual-stack accelerators, enabling support for IPv4 and IPv6 traffic.
Changes Global Accelerator now supports bringing your own IP addresses for custom routing accelerators
Changes This release adds support for custom routing accelerators
Changes This release adds support for specifying port overrides on AWS Global Accelerator endpoint groups.
Changes This update adds an event history to the ListByoipCidr API call. This enables you to see the changes that you've made for an IP address range that you bring to AWS Global Accelerator through bring your own IP address (BYOIP).
Changes This release adds support for adding tags to accelerators and bringing your own IP address to AWS Global Accelerator (BYOIP).
Changes API Update for AWS Global Accelerator to support for DNS aliasing.
Changes API Update for AWS Global Accelerator Client IP Preservation
Changes AWS Global Accelerator is a network layer service that helps you improve the availability and performance of the applications that you offer to your global customers. Global Accelerator uses the AWS global network to direct internet traffic from your users to your applications running in AWS Regions. Global Accelerator creates a fixed entry point for your applications through static anycast IP addresses, and routes user traffic to the optimal endpoint based on performance, application health and routing policies that you can configure. Global Accelerator supports the following features at launch: static anycast IP addresses, support for TCP and UDP, support for Network Load Balancers, Application Load Balancers and Elastic-IP address endpoints, continuous health checking, instant regional failover, fault isolating Network Zones, granular traffic controls, and client affinity.