The Foundation Model API Service, or Amazon Bedrock, offered by Amazon Web Services (AWS) allows users to manage and create their APIs. But, a vital modification will soon affect users accessing
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The Foundation Model API Service, also known as Amazon Bedrock, is a feature provided by Amazon Web Services (AWS) that allows users to create and manage their own APIs. However, there is an important change coming for users who access their AWS account through Internet Explorer. Support for Internet Explorer will be ending on 07/31/2022. This means that users will no longer be able to access AWS through Internet Explorer after this date. AWS has stated that the decision to end support for Internet Explorer is due to the decreasing usage of this browser and the increasing availability of modern browsers such as Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari. This change will not only impact users accessing their AWS account through Internet Explorer, but it will also affect any applications or services that use the AWS API through Internet Explorer. To avoid any disruptions, AWS advises users to make the switch to a supported browser before the end of support date. This will ensure that users can continue to access their AWS account and utilize the Foundation Model API Service without interruption. In addition to this change, AWS has also announced that they will be investing their resources and efforts towards enhancing the user experience for their APIs. This includes modernizing API support for newer browsers and continuously improving the
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