AWS Resilience Hub adds support for Amazon EKS
[AWS Resilience Hub](/resilience-hub/) has added Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) as a supported resource. Resilience Hub provides a single place to define, validate, and track the resilience of your applications so that you can avoid unnecessary downtime caused by software, infrastructure, or operational disruptions. Amazon EKS is a managed service to run Kubernetes in the AWS cloud and on-premises data centers. You can now add Amazon EKS clusters to new or existing Resilience Hub applications and receive assessments and recommendations for improving resilience. Resilience Hub lets you add the clusters directly or through AWS CloudFormation, Terraform, AWS Resource Groups, and AWS Service Catalog AppRegistry. You can add one or more Amazon EKS clusters in one or more AWS Regions with one or more namespaces in each cluster. This allows Resilience Hub to provide single-Region and cross-Region assessments and recommendations. Resilience Hub can analyze the overall resilience of an Amazon EKS cluster and can examine Kubernetes deployments, replicas, ReplicationControllers, and pods. Resilience Hub also supports stateless Amazon EKS workloads. In addition, Resilience Hub will now assess Amazon Elastic File System Replication and Availability Zone configuration, as well as Amazon S3 Multi-Region Access Points, Amazon S3 Replication Time Control, and AWS Backup for S3 point-in-time recovery configuration. The new capabilities are available in all of the AWS Regions where Resilience Hub is supported. See the [AWS Regional Services List](/about-aws/global-infrastructure/regional-product-services/) for the most up-to-date availability information. To learn more about Resilience Hub, visit the [product page](/resilience-hub/) or [technical documentation](https://docs.aws.amazon.com/resilience-hub/latest/userguide/what-is.html).