Revisions to this guide

Date Change In sections
January & February 2023 Specified CloudFormation as the scope of this content. Updated content to reflect current practices. Throughout
December 2022 Changed “Quick Start” to “Partner Solution,” changed “master” to “main” where applicable, updated the I&A Blog name and team email address, reorganized, and made other edits. Throughout
March 2021 Updated document with various changes. Throughout
August 2020 Updated links to examples, templates, and other resources. Throughout
June 2019 Added link to AWS Partner Solution Workshop and Amazon EKS templates. Builder’s guidelines and Templates and examples
November 2018 Updated PowerPoint diagram template for new AWS icons. Templates and examples
August 2018 Added tester’s guidelines with TaskCat usage information. Tester’s guidelines
July 2018 Added guidelines for parameter names, labels, and descriptions. Builder’s guidelines
June 2018 Updated information about the TaskCat parameters file. Builder’s guidelines
March 2018 Updated information about portability parameters. Builder’s guidelines
July 2017 Extensive additions and restructuring. Changes throughout Contributor’s guide and Builder’s guidelines
April 2017 Added information about scheduling launches. Contributor’s guide
January 2017 Added guidance for creating reference architecture diagrams. Include your architecture diagram
November 2016 Initial publication. -


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