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  1. Today, AWS Service Catalog announces support for cross-account AppRegistry applications and attribute groups. With this release, applications can now be shared within your AWS Organization enabling recipient accounts to associate their local resources to shared applications. If you have application resources deployed in more than one account within your AWS Organization, you can now maintain a single repository of your applications and application metadata. View the full article
  2. Amazon Web Services (AWS) Service Catalog now supports Attributed Based Access Controls (ABAC), allowing customers the ability to use tags to easily manage access and permissions to AWS resources in Service Catalog. Now, Service Catalog administrators have the ability to define their AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) policies to grant access and specify finer-grained permissions based on tags shared between AWS resource(s) and IAM users or roles. For example, based on a matching set of tags, an IAM entity (e.g., user or role) may be allowed or denied to create resources in their Service Catalog account. View the full article
  3. AWS Service Catalog enables organizations to create and manage Information Technology (IT) services catalogs that are approved for use on AWS. These IT services can include resources such as virtual machine images, servers, software, and databases to complete multi-tier application architectures. AWS Service Catalog lets you centrally manage deployed IT services and your applications, resources, and metadata , which helps you achieve consistent governance and meet your compliance requirements. In addition, this configuration enables users to quickly deploy only approved IT services. View the full article
  4. AWS Service Catalog administrators can now add Service Catalog governance to their existing AWS CloudFormation stacks. Once imported into Service Catalog, administrators can manage stack updates, govern parameters, and enforce tagging. With this new feature, long-running stacks can be governed while leaving the underlying resources untouched. View the full article
  5. AWS Service Catalog AppRegistry provides a place to collect your AWS CloudFormation stacks and associate your customer-defined attribute groups (metadata) that describe your AWS applications. Customers can automate updates of stack and metadata changes by calling AppRegistry from within their CI/CD processes. IT and business stakeholders have up-to-date information on their applications, such as organizational ownership, data sensitivity, and cost center. View the full article
  6. AWS Service Catalog now supports Stack Set instance operations. With this new feature, end-users can control the individual instances for their StackSets, within the constraints specified by their AWS Service Catalog administrator. View the full article
  7. AWS Service Catalog now provides simplified provisioning of cloud resources with a one-page launch process and a new console experience. With this new feature, end-users can more easily and quickly provision products with fewer errors. View the full article
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