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NetApp periodically updates Cloud Volumes Service for AWS to bring you new features and enhancements.

July 2019

  • Creating a volume from a snapshot is now rapid, and the volume is available within seconds regardless of the amount of data in the parent volume.

  • The user interface now displays the used capacity per volume.

  • The API has been updated to report used capacity, and total inodes and used inodes.

  • The API has been updated to use the same service levels names as the user interface (Standard, Premium, and Extreme).

  • The sample Python scripts have been updated to match the updated APIs (Cloud Volumes APIs).

March 2019

  • Added support for Microsoft Active Directory in the AWS Cloud (AWS Managed Microsoft AD) for SMB cloud volumes.

  • The control plane for us-east-1 and us-west-1 now have their own UI URL and API endpoint. Previously these regions shared the same control plane.

  • Sample Python scripts have been added for RESTful API support: Cloud Volumes APIs

February 2019

January 2019

  • NetApp Cloud Volumes Service is now publicly available on the AWS Marketplace

  • Access from on-prem clients is now supported via AWS Direct Connect and Virtual Private Gateways

  • A service status webpage is now available at https://status.services.cloud.netapp.com/ so you can verify availability of the CVS service in each supported region

December 2018

  • NetApp Cloud Sync support is now available from the Cloud Volumes Service user interface in all supported regions

November 2018

  • Support for SMB 2.1 protocol

  • Support in the following AWS regions: ap-northeast-1 (Tokyo), ap-southeast-2 (Sydney), and eu-west-2 (London)

September 2018

  • RESTful API support and online examples: Cloud Volumes APIs

  • Support in the following AWS regions: eu-central-1 (Frankfurt) and eu-west-1 (Ireland)

August 2018

  • Ability to select data encryption for SMB shares

  • Ability to select the security styles of NTFS or UNIX for shares exported via both NFS and SMB

  • Display for NFS and SMB mount instructions for shares exported via both NFS and SMB

  • Support for multiple Active Directory servers

  • Support in the following AWS regions: us-east-1 (N. Virginia), us-west-1 (N. California), and us-west-2 (Oregon)