Release notes - Application Migration Service

Release notes

June 2024

  • Added support for encrypting post-launch action parameters. Learn about post launch action.

  • AWS managed policy updates - Updated the AWSApplicationMigrationFullAccess policy to support SecureString parameter type in SSM Parameters Store for post-migration framework actions.

  • Added support for migrating servers with Kernel versions up to 6.8.

  • Added support for Ubuntu LTS 24.04

May 2024

March 2024

  • Added support for migration of Linux servers retaining boot mode UEFI.

  • Added support for migrating servers running Rocky Linux 9.0 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 service packs 4 and 5.

  • Added support for migrating servers with Kernel versions up to 6.5.

January 2024

December 2023

November 2023

September 2023

  • Introduced MGN connector, a feature that helps automate the agent installation on source servers. Learn more here.

  • Display tags as columns in the source servers, applications and waves table in the console.

  • Added support for Amazon Linux 2023.

  • Added support for kernel versions up to 6.1.

  • Added support for using agentless replication with a proxy server. For more information see agentless replication installation instructions.

August 2023

June 2023

May 2023

  • Service launch in the following regions: AWS GovCloud (US-East) and AWS GovCloud (US-West).

April 2023

March 2023

January 2023

November 2022

  • Introduced support for Application management. Learn more about Applications.

  • Introduced support for Wave management. Learn more about Waves.

  • Added support for additional launch template options. Learn more.

  • Added support for post-launch custom actions. Learn more.

  • Added support for no rescan upon reboot for specific operating systems. Learn more about the no-rescan feature.

  • The service onboarding process has been simplified. All initial templates: replication template, launch template, and post-launch template are initialized with defaults. The templates can be modified from the Settings page. Learn more.

  • Added support for SUSE 11 operating system.

  • AWS managed policy updates – added one new policy and updated two existing policies. Application Migration Service AWS Application Migration Service AWS Application Migration Service

August 2022

  • Added support for migration using AWS Local Zones.

  • Service launch in the following region: Asia Pacific (Jakarta).

  • Added additional instance families to the right-sizing mechanism. Learn more.

July 2022

June 2022

May 2022

  • Added support for post-launch settings. Post-launch settings allow you to control and automate actions performed after the server has been launched in AWS. Learn more about post-launch settings.

  • Added support for Linux SUSE SLES 12 service packs 1 and 2.

February 2022

  • Added support for Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Windows Server 2008, Microsoft Windows Server 2022, and Microsoft Windows 10.

  • Added support for gp3 and io2 EBS volume types for replication servers.

  • Added support for UEFI boot for Windows.

January 2022

  • Added support for Kernel 5.15.

December 2021

  • Added support for Kernels 5.8-5.14.

November 2021

  • Service launch in the following regions: Europe (Paris), Europe (Milan), Middle East (Bahrain), and Africa (Cape Town).

  • Application Migration Service now supports an additional replication method that does not require agent installation on each source server. This option is available for source servers running on VMware vCenter versions 6.7 and 7.0. Learn more about agentless replication.

October 2021

  • Service launch in the following regions: Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia Pacific (Seoul), Asia Pacific (Hong Kong), Europe (London).

July 2021

  • Service launch in the following regions: US West (N. California), South America (São Paulo), Canada (Central), Asia Pacific (Osaka).

April 2021

  • Service initial launch in: US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), Europe (Ireland), Europe (Frankfurt), Europe (Stockholm), Asia Pacific (Sydney), Asia Pacific (Singapore).