Amazon MQ - AWS GovCloud (US)

Amazon MQ

Amazon MQ is a managed message broker service that makes it easy to migrate to a message broker in the cloud. A message broker allows software applications and components to communicate using various programming languages, operating systems, and formal messaging protocols. Currently, Amazon MQ supports Apache ActiveMQ and RabbitMQ engine types.

Amazon MQ works with your existing applications and services without the need to manage, operate, or maintain your own messaging system.

How Amazon MQ Differs for AWS GovCloud (US)

This service has no differences between the AWS GovCloud (US) and the standard AWS Regions.

Documentation for Amazon MQ

Amazon MQ documentation.

Export-Controlled Content

For AWS Services architected within the AWS GovCloud (US) Regions, the table below explains how certain components of data may leave the Regions in the normal course of the Service Offerings. The table can be used as a guide to help meet applicable customer compliance obligations.

Data in the following service attributes will not leave the AWS GovCloud (US ) Regions in the normal course of the Service Offerings Data in the following service attributes may leave the AWS GovCloud (US ) Regions in the normal course of the Service Offerings
  • This service boundary exists entirely within the GovCloud regions and all export-controlled Content entered, processed, and created within Service will exist in the GovCloud regions.

  • Amazon MQ metadata is not permitted to contain export-controlled data. For example, do not enter export-controlled data into user input fields such as the following:

    • Broker name

    • Configuration name

    • Resource tag/key value pairs