Blog posts tagged #tasks-for-aws



Tasks for AWS 2.15

Steffen Opel on 
Tasks for AWS icon The Utoolity team is pleased to present Tasks for AWS 2.15 – this release catches up on several serverless announcements from 'AWS re:Invent 2017': It adds support for the AWS Fargate launch type in Amazon ECS, and adds support for traffic shifting, concurrency limits, and the C# .NET Core 2.0 and Go 1.x runtimes in AWS Lambda. You can now run your Docker containers as an Amazon ECS Task or Amazon ECS Service without managing servers and clusters, and exercise more control over the deployment and concurrent execution of an AWS Lambda Function, which can now also use the C# .NET Core 2.0 and Go 1.x runtimes.




Tasks for AWS 2.14

Steffen Opel on 
Tasks for AWS icon The Utoolity team is pleased to present Tasks for AWS 2.14 – this release adds support for providing task configuration as code via URLs, adds support for sharing objects via pre-signed URLs in Amazon S3, adds support for Custom Platforms in AWS Elastic Beanstalk, and adds support for the Python 3.6 runtime in AWS Lambda. You can now inject task configuration for JSON and YAML parameters via URLs to provide configuration as code, generate a pre-signed S3 URL to temporarily share private S3 objects with subsequent build steps, use your own custom Elastic Beanstalk platform created with HashiCorp's Packer, and create an AWS Lambda Function with the Python 3.6 runtime.

Tasks for AWS 2.13

Steffen Opel on 
Tasks for AWS icon The Utoolity team is pleased to present Tasks for AWS 2.13 – this release adds optional AWS security credentials validation at configuration time, adds explicit handling of the non standard AWS partitions AWS China and AWS GovCloud (US), adds support for the Node.js 6.10 runtime in AWS Lambda, and adds support for the Packer der in AWS Elastic Beanstalk. You can now ensure that provided AWS security credentials are valid, enable non standard AWS partitions as a Labs Feature, create an AWS Lambda Function with the Node.js 6.10 runtime, and create your own custom Elastic Beanstalk platform with HashiCorp's Packer.

Tasks for AWS 2.12

Steffen Opel on 
Tasks for AWS icon The Utoolity team is pleased to present Tasks for AWS 2.12 – this release adds a new task to deploy and operate AWS Step Functions state machines to enable coordination of components of distributed applications and microservices using visual workflows, adds support for Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) placement policies, and adds support for AWS Elastic Beanstalk application lifecycle management. You can now create/start/stop/delete AWS Step Functions state machines, specify placement policies when registering Amazon ECS Task Definitions, creating Amazon ECS Services, and running Amazon ECS Tasks, and specify application lifecycle policies when creating an AWS Elastic Beanstalk Application.



Tasks for AWS 2.11

Steffen Opel on 
Tasks for AWS icon The Utoolity team is pleased to present Tasks for AWS 2.11 – this release adds new actions for AWS CloudFormation change sets to enable Continuous Delivery approval workflows, and adds support for using IAM roles with Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) tasks. You can now create/execute/delete change sets for AWS CloudFormation Stacks, and specify IAM roles when registering Amazon ECS Task Definitions and running/starting Amazon ECS Tasks.



Tasks for AWS 2.10

Steffen Opel on 
Tasks for AWS icon The Utoolity team is pleased to present Tasks for AWS 2.10 – this release adds an Amazon ECR Credentials Variables task to Bamboo for providing temporary Amazon EC2 Container Registry authentication credentials to other tools by injecting them via variables into AWS unaware tasks like the Bamboo Docker task, supports additional deployment options for the Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS), and adds support for assuming another IAM role from EC2 instance profile credentials used by an Elastic Bamboo agent.

Tasks for AWS 2.9

Steffen Opel on 
Tasks for AWS icon The Utoolity team is pleased to present Tasks for AWS 2.9 – this release adds new tasks to deploy and operate AWS OpsWorks apps, adds new actions to support AWS Lambda versions and aliases, and adds a ZIP archive option for artifact uploads to Amazon S3. You can now create/update/delete OpsWorks Apps, run app and stack commands with OpsWorks Deployments, publish new Lambda Function versions and create/update/delete Lambda Function aliases, and upload ZIP archives as S3 Objects.