Changes This release enables customers to call SQS using AWS JSON-1.0 protocol.
Changes Amazon SQS adds three new APIs - StartMessageMoveTask, CancelMessageMoveTask, and ListMessageMoveTasks to automate redriving messages from dead-letter queues to source queues or a custom destination.
Changes Amazon SQS adds a new queue attribute, SqsManagedSseEnabled, which enables server-side queue encryption using SQS owned encryption keys.
Changes Amazon SQS adds a new queue attribute, RedriveAllowPolicy, which includes the dead-letter queue redrive permission parameters. It defines which source queues can specify dead-letter queues as a JSON object.
Changes Amazon SQS adds queue attributes to enable high throughput FIFO.
Changes AWS SQS adds pagination support for ListQueues and ListDeadLetterSourceQueues APIs
Changes Added support for message system attributes, which currently lets you send AWS X-Ray trace IDs through Amazon SQS.
Changes This release provides a way to add metadata tags to a queue when it is created. You can use tags to organize and identify your Amazon SQS queues for cost allocation.
Changes Added support for tracking cost allocation by adding, updating, removing, and listing the metadata tags of Amazon SQS queues.
Changes Adding server-side encryption (SSE) support to SQS by integrating with AWS KMS; adding new queue attributes to SQS CreateQueue, SetQueueAttributes and GetQueueAttributes APIs to support SSE.
Changes Updates the latest version of the SQS API.