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🚀Easily deploy SQL Server Always On solutions using the AWS Launch Wizard for SQL Server
🚀AWS CodePipeline Enables Passing Variables Between Actions At Execution Time
🚀Amazon SES Now Supports FIPS 140-2 Compliant Endpoints
🚀Amazon Connect launches tagging support for the User Management API
🚀Amazon WorkSpaces is Now Available in the China (Ningxia) Region