AWS Elastic Beanstalk
Release Notes

Attention: AWS Elastic Beanstalk release notes moved on October 15, 2018

Elastic Beanstalk release notes moved to a new location. Platform lists moved out of the developer guide and are in a new, separate location.

Release date: October 15, 2018

Changes

Release notes

Elastic Beanstalk release notes have a new publishing system and a new location: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/latest/relnotes/. All future release notes will be published there. We also ported several recent release notes to the new location.

The new publishing system has a few advantages that we hope you'll like:

  • Improved look – Consistent with AWS user and developer guides.

  • More languages – Release notes will be localized into all languages supported by AWS documentation.

  • Concise summary page – The release notes website has a table-based summary page, for a quick glance at our release history.

  • RSS feed – You can subscribe to our RSS feed and stay up to date on Elastic Beanstalk releases. All release notes pages have a link to the RSS feed on the top navigation bar.

  • Full, easy-to-navigate platform information – Platform update release notes now have complete information about all released platform configurations, consistent with the current and historical platform information found in the AWS Elastic Beanstalk Developer Guide. We also added links to individual language platform tables at the top of the Updated Platform Configurations section of Linux platform updates.

Platform lists

In addition to the new location for release notes, we also moved the supported platforms and platform history information out of the AWS Elastic Beanstalk Developer Guide and into a dedicated location: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/elasticbeanstalk/latest/platforms/. This is especially useful if you download one of the offline formats of our developer guide (PDF or Kindle), because the platform lists need to be up to date and aren't ideal for an offline guide, and they are lengthy and constantly growing. Your offline developer guide is a much smaller file without these lists.

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