AWS Architecture Blog

Category: Amazon API Gateway

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Managing Asynchronous Workflows with a REST API

While building REST APIs, architects often discover that they have particular operations that have to run in the background outside of the request processing scope. Some of these may be “fire and forget”—there is no need to report back to the client—for example, when initiating a shipment. For others, the client may need a response, […]

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architecture for the solution

Real-Time In-Stream Inference with AWS Kinesis, SageMaker, & Apache Flink

As businesses race to digitally transform, the challenge is to cope with the amount of data, and the value of that data diminishes over time. The challenge is to analyze, learn, and infer from real-time data to predict future states, as well as to detect anomalies and get accurate results. In this blog post, we’ll […]

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Serving Content Using a Fully Managed Reverse Proxy Architecture in AWS

With the trends to autonomous teams and microservice style architectures, web frontend tiers are challenged to become more flexible and integrate different components with independent architectures and technology stacks. Two scenarios are prominent: Micro-Frontends, where there is a single page application and components within this page are owned by different teams Web portals, where there […]

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SIH: Emvironment in AWS Cloud-2

Fast and Cost-Effective Image Manipulation with Serverless Image Handler

As a modern company, you most likely have both a web-based and mobile app platform to provide content to customers who view it on a range of devices. This means you need to store multiple versions of images, depending on the device. The resulting image management can be a headache as it can be expensive […]

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Unlocking Data from Existing Systems with a Serverless API Facade

In today’s modern world, it’s not enough to produce a good product; it’s critical that your products and services are well integrated into the surrounding business ecosystem. Companies lose market share when valuable data about their products or services are locked inside their systems. Business partners and internal teams use data from multiple sources to […]

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Field Notes: Serverless Container-based APIs with Amazon ECS and Amazon API Gateway

A growing number of organizations choose to build their APIs with Docker containers. For hosting and exposing these container-based APIs, they need a solution which supports HTTP requests routing, autoscaling, and high availability. In some cases, user authorization is also needed. For this purpose, many organizations are orchestrating their containerized services with Amazon Elastic Container […]

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Fundbox

Fundbox: Simplifying Ways to Query and Analyze Data by Different Personas

Fundbox is a leading technology platform focused on disrupting the $21 trillion B2B commerce market by building the world’s first B2B payment and credit network. With Fundbox, sellers of all sizes can quickly increase average order volumes (AOV) and improve close rates by offering more competitive net terms and payment plans to their SMB buyers. […]

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Pre-processing pipeline architecture

Building a Scalable Document Pre-Processing Pipeline

In a recent customer engagement, Quantiphi, Inc., a member of the Amazon Web Services Partner Network, built a solution capable of pre-processing tens of millions of PDF documents before sending them for inference by a machine learning (ML) model. While the customer’s use case—and hence the ML model—was very specific to their needs, the pipeline that does […]

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Using API Gateway as a Single Entry Point for Web Applications and API Microservices

Introduction The benefits of high availability, scalability, and elasticity that AWS offers has proven to be a boon for Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers. AWS has also made it seamless to adopt microservices architectures for modernizing these SaaS applications, as well as providing API-based access for external applications. An API management layer such as Amazon API Gateway […]

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Building a Serverless FHIR Interface on AWS

Technology is revolutionizing the healthcare industry but it can be a challenge for healthcare providers to take full advantage because of software systems that don’t easily communicate with each other. A single patient visit involves multiple systems such as practice management, electronic health records, and billing. When these systems can’t operate together, it’s harder to […]

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