Amazon Connect now provides an API to programmatically create and manage user hierarchies. User hierarchies are a way for you to organize users into groups such as what location they work in or which department they are a part of. With this launch, you can now programmatically mirror your organization’s hierarchy in Amazon Connect as changes are made in your internal systems of record, such as HR systems. Additionally, you can extract all hierarchy and agent data as a point-in-time snapshot and copy it into a different instance. To learn more, see the API documentation.
Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) managed node groups now supports Kubernetes node taints, simplifying node lifecycle management for clusters with varying application resource requirements.