AWS Announces General Availability of AWS Proton
June 10, 2021 — AWS announces the general availability of AWS Proton, the first fully managed delivery service for container and serverless applications. It is designed to provide platform teams the management tools, governance, and visibility needed to provide consistent standards and best practices when managing deployments, while helping to increase developer productivity and innovation.
Using infrastructure as code, platform operators can create a template that defines and configures everything needed to provision, deploy, and monitor a service. Developer teams can then select published stacks to rapidly build applications with the confidence they are working with up-to-date, validated tools and infrastructure.
As part of this launch, we are announcing two new features to the service. The first is that AWS Proton now supports multi-account infrastructures. With this new capability, platform operators can use AWS Proton to help configure and manage their architecture securely across multiple AWS accounts. The second feature release supports IAM condition context keys in AWS Proton APIs. With this additional layer of control, operators can designate which developers can create services based on template characteristics.
AWS Proton is now generally available, and you can use it in the following AWS Regions: US East (N. Virginia), US East (Ohio), US West (Oregon), Europe (Ireland), and Asia Pacific (Tokyo).