Changes AWS Resource Access Manager (RAM) is releasing new field isResourceTypeDefault in ListPermissions and GetPermission response, and adding permissionArn parameter to GetResourceShare request to filter by permission attached
Changes AWS Resource Access Manager (RAM) provides a new ListResourceTypes action. This action lets you list the resource types that can be shared using AWS RAM.
Changes AWS RAM provides new APIs to view the permissions granted to principals in a resource share. This release also creates corresponding resource shares for supported services that use resource policies, as well as an API to promote them to standard shares that can be managed in RAM.
Changes AWS RAM provides a new ListPendingInvitationResources API action that lists the resources in a resource share that is shared with you but that the invitation is still pending for
Changes This is the initial release of AWS Resource Access Manager (RAM) which provides you the ability to share your resources across AWS accounts or within your AWS Organization. You can now create resources centrally and use AWS RAM to share those resources with other accounts, eliminating the need to provision and manage resources in every account. When you share a resource with another account, that account is granted access. Any policies and permissions in that account apply to the shared resource.