Changes Amazon MQ now supports throughput-optimized message brokers, backed by Amazon EBS.
Changes Amazon MQ now includes the ability to scale your brokers by changing the host instance type. See the hostInstanceType property of UpdateBrokerInput (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/amazon-mq/latest/api-reference/brokers-broker-id.html#brokers-broker-id-model-updatebrokerinput), and pendingHostInstanceType property of DescribeBrokerOutput (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/amazon-mq/latest/api-reference/brokers-broker-id.html#brokers-broker-id-model-describebrokeroutput).
Changes Adds support for updating security groups selection of an Amazon MQ broker.
Changes Adds support for AWS Key Management Service (KMS) to offer server-side encryption. You can now select your own customer managed CMK, or use an AWS managed CMK in your KMS account.
Changes This release adds the ability to retrieve information about broker engines and broker instance options. See Broker Engine Types and Broker Instance Options in the Amazon MQ REST API Reference.
Changes This release adds support for cost allocation tagging. You can now create, delete, and list tags for AmazonMQ resources. For more information about tagging, see AWS Tagging Strategies.
Changes Amazon MQ supports ActiveMQ 5.15.6, in addition to 5.15.0. Automatic minor version upgrades can be toggled. Updated the documentation.
Changes Modified the CreateBroker, UpdateBroker, and DescribeBroker operations to support integration with Amazon CloudWatch Logs. Added a field to indicate the IP address(es) that correspond to wire-level endpoints of broker instances. While a single-instance broker has one IP address, an active/standby broker for high availability has 2 IP addresses. Added fields to indicate the time when resources were created. Updated documentation for Amazon MQ.
Changes This is the initial SDK release for Amazon MQ. Amazon MQ is a managed message broker service for Apache ActiveMQ that makes it easy to set up and operate message brokers in the cloud.