Changes Enhance DescribeProvisionedProduct API to allow useProvisionedProduct Name as Input, so customer can provide ProvisionedProduct Name instead of ProvisionedProduct Id to describe a ProvisionedProduct.
Changes Enhance SearchProvisionedProducts API to allow queries using productName and provisioningArtifactName. Added lastProvisioningRecordId and lastSuccessfulRecordId to Read ProvisionedProduct APIs
Changes This release adds support for ProvisionProduct, UpdateProvisionedProduct & DescribeProvisioningParameters by product name, provisioning artifact name and path name. In addition DescribeProvisioningParameters now returns a list of provisioning artifact outputs.
Changes This release adds support for DescribeProduct and DescribeProductAsAdmin by product name, DescribeProvisioningArtifact by product name or provisioning artifact name, returning launch paths as part of DescribeProduct output and adds maximum length for provisioning artifact name and provisioning artifact description.
Changes Added "productId" and "portfolioId" to responses from CreateConstraint, UpdateConstraint, ListConstraintsForPortfolio, and DescribeConstraint APIs
Changes "ListPortfolioAccess" API now has a new optional parameter "OrganizationParentId". When it is provided and if the portfolio with the "PortfolioId" given was shared with an organization or organizational unit with "OrganizationParentId", all accounts in the organization sub-tree under parent which inherit an organizational portfolio share will be listed, rather than all accounts with external shares. To accommodate long lists returned from the new option, the API now supports pagination.
Changes This release adds support for Parameters in ExecuteProvisionedProductServiceAction and adds functionality to get the default parameter values for a Self-Service Action execution against a Provisioned Product via DescribeServiceActionExecutionParameters
Changes This release adds a new field named Guidance to update provisioning artifact, this field can be set by the administrator to provide guidance to end users about which provisioning artifacts to use.
Changes Service Catalog ListStackInstancesForProvisionedProduct API enables customers to get details of a provisioned product with type "CFN_STACKSET". By passing the provisioned product id, the API will list account, region and status of each stack instances that are associated with this provisioned product.
Changes Service Catalog UpdateProvisionedProductProperties API enables customers to manage provisioned product ownership. Administrators can now update the user associated to a provisioned product to another user within the same account allowing the new user to describe, update, terminate and execute service actions in that Service Catalog resource. New owner will also be able to list and describe all past records executed for that provisioned product.
Changes Adds "Parameters" field in UpdateConstraint API, which will allow Admin user to update "Parameters" in created Constraints.
Changes Admin users can now associate/disassociate aws budgets with a portfolio or product in Service Catalog. End users can see the association by listing it or as part of the describe portfolio/product output. A new optional boolean parameter, "DisableTemplateValidation", is added to ProvisioningArtifactProperties data type. The purpose of the parameter is to enable or disable the CloudFormation template validtion when creating a product or a provisioning artifact.
Changes Adds "Tags" field in UpdateProvisionedProduct API. The product should have a new RESOURCE_UPDATE Constraint with TagUpdateOnProvisionedProduct field set to ALLOWED for it to work. See API docs for CreateConstraint for more information
Changes Adds support for Cloudformation StackSets in Service Catalog
Changes Service Catalog integration with AWS Organizations, enables customers to more easily create and manage a portfolio of IT services across an organization. Administrators can now take advantage of the AWS account structure and account groupings configured in AWS Organizations to share Service Catalog Portfolios increasing agility and reducing risk. With this integration the admin user will leverage the trust relationship that exists within the accounts of the Organization to share portfolios to the entire Organization, a specific Organizational Unit or a specific Account.
Changes AWS Service Catalog enables you to reduce administrative maintenance and end-user training while adhering to compliance and security measures. With service actions, you as the administrator can enable end users to perform operational tasks, troubleshoot issues, run approved commands, or request permissions within Service Catalog. Service actions are defined using AWS Systems Manager documents, where you have access to pre-defined actions that implement AWS best practices, such asEC2 stop and reboot, as well as the ability to define custom actions.
Changes Users can now pass a new option to ListAcceptedPortfolioShares called portfolio-share-type with a value of AWS_SERVICECATALOG in order to access Getting Started Portfolios that contain selected products representing common customer use cases.
Changes This release of ServiceCatalog adds the DeleteTagOption API.
Changes This release of Service Catalog adds SearchProvisionedProducts API and ProvisionedProductPlan APIs.
Changes ServiceCatalog has two distinct personas for its use, an "admin" persona (who creates sets of products with different versions and prescribes who has access to them) and an "end-user" persona (who can launch cloud resources based on the configuration data their admins have given them access to). This API update will allow admin users to deactivate/activate product versions, end-user will only be able to access and launch active product versions.
Changes This release of Service Catalog adds API support to copy products.
Changes Proper tagging of resources is critical to post-launch operations such as billing, cost allocation, and resource management. By using Service Catalog's TagOption Library, administrators can define a library of re-usable TagOptions that conform to company standards, and associate these with Service Catalog portfolios and products. Learn how to move your current tags to the new library, create new TagOptions, and view and associate your library items with portfolios and products. Understand how to ensure that the right tags are created on products launched through Service Catalog and how to provide users with defined selectable tags.
Changes Added ProvisioningArtifactSummaries to DescribeProductAsAdmin's output to show the provisioning artifacts belong to the product. Allow filtering by SourceProductId in SearchProductsAsAdmin for AWS Marketplace products. Added a verbose option to DescribeProvisioningArtifact to display the CloudFormation template used to create the provisioning artifact.Added DescribeProvisionedProduct API. Changed the type of ProvisionedProduct's Status to be distinct from Record's Status. New ProvisionedProduct's Status are AVAILABLE, UNDER_CHANGE, TAINTED, ERROR. Changed Record's Status set of values to CREATED, IN_PROGRESS, IN_PROGRESS_IN_ERROR, SUCCEEDED, FAILED.
Changes This release enables Service Catalog users to perform administer operations via API.
Changes Updates the API for AWS.ServiceCatalog.