AWS Architecture Blog

Category: Amazon EventBridge

Launching cloud architecture patterns as AWS Service Catalog products

Maintain visibility over the use of cloud architecture patterns

Cloud platform and enterprise architecture teams use architecture patterns to provide guidance for different use cases. Cloud architecture patterns are typically aggregates of multiple Amazon Web Services (AWS) resources, such as Elastic Load Balancing with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, or Amazon Relational Database Service with Amazon ElastiCache. In a large organization, cloud platform teams often […]

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Dimensions for operational visibility

A multi-dimensional approach helps you proactively prepare for failures, Part 3: Operations and process resiliency

In Part 1 and Part 2 of this series, we discussed how to build application layer and infrastructure layer resiliency. In Part 3, we explore how to develop resilient applications, and the need to test and break our operational processes and run books. Processes are needed to capture baseline metrics and boundary conditions. Detecting deviations […]

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Architecture overview

Integrating Salesforce with AWS DynamoDB using Amazon AppFlow bi-directionally

In this blog post, we demonstrate how to integrate Salesforce Lightning with Amazon DynamoDB by using Amazon AppFlow and Amazon EventBridge services bi-directionally. This is an event-driven, serverless-based microservice, allowing Salesforce users to update configuration data stored in DynamoDB tables without giving AWS account access from AWS Command Line Interface or AWS Management Console. This […]

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Example use case architecture

Extending your SaaS platform with AWS Lambda

Software as a service (SaaS) providers continuously add new features and capabilities to their products to meet their growing customer needs. As enterprises adopt SaaS to reduce the total cost of ownership and focus on business priorities, they expect SaaS providers to enable customization capabilities. Many SaaS providers allow their customers (tenants) to provide customer-specific […]

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Overview of USAA architecture automation workflow to manage AWS account metadata

How to track AWS account metadata within your AWS Organizations

United Services Automobile Association (USAA) is a San Antonio-based insurance, financial services, banking, and FinTech company supporting millions of military members and their families. USAA has partnered with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to digitally transform and build multiple USAA solutions that help keep members safe and save members’ money and time. Why build an AWS […]

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Figure 7. Final optimized architecture

Use direct service integrations to optimize your architecture

When designing an application, you must integrate and combine several AWS services in the most optimized way for an effective and efficient architecture: Optimize for performance by reducing the latency between services Optimize for costs operability and sustainability, by avoiding unnecessary components and reducing workload footprint Optimize for resiliency by removing potential point of failures […]

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Let's Architect

Let’s Architect! Serverless architecture on AWS

Serverless architecture and computing allow you and your teams to focus on delivering business value in place of investing time tweaking the infrastructure characteristics. AWS is not only providing serverless computing as a service, but share that half of our new applications built by Amazon are using AWS Lambda, as noted by Andy Jassy in […]

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Let's Architect

Let’s Architect! Using open-source technologies on AWS

With open-source technology, authors make software available to the public, who can view, use, or change it and add new features or support new capabilities. Open-source technology promotes collaboration across different teams, organizations, and people because the process often includes different perspectives and ideas, which typically results a stronger solution. It can be difficult to […]

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Figure 3. Choreography monitoring with AWS Step Functions

Use AWS Step Functions to Monitor Services Choreography

Organizations frequently need access to quick visual insight on the status of complex workflows. This involves collaboration across different systems. If your customer requires assistance on an order, you need an overview of the fulfillment process, including payment, inventory, dispatching, packaging, and delivery. If your products are expensive assets such as cars, you must track […]

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Figure 4. High-level architecture pattern for discovering public IPs

Find Public IPs of Resources – Use AWS Config for Vulnerability Assessment

Systems vulnerability management is a key component of your enterprise security program. Its goal is to remediate OS, software, and applications vulnerabilities. Scanning tools can help identify and classify these vulnerabilities to keep the environment secure and compliant. Typically, vulnerability scanning tools operate from internal or external networks to discover and report vulnerabilities. For internal […]

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