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Cloud architecture of the sample code

Throttling a tiered, multi-tenant REST API at scale using API Gateway: Part 2

In Part 1 of this blog series, we demonstrated why tiering and throttling become necessary at scale for multi-tenant REST APIs, and explored tiering strategy and throttling with Amazon API Gateway. In this post, Part 2, we will examine tenant isolation strategies at scale with API Gateway and extend the sample code from Part 1. […]

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Figure 1. Cloud Architecture of the sample code.

Throttling a tiered, multi-tenant REST API at scale using API Gateway: Part 1

Many software-as-a-service (SaaS) providers adopt throttling as a common technique to protect a distributed system from spikes of inbound traffic that might compromise reliability, reduce throughput, or increase operational cost. Multi-tenant SaaS systems have an additional concern of fairness; excessive traffic from one tenant needs to be selectively throttled without impacting the experience of other […]

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Figure 1. 32guards threat reports architecture

How Net at Work built an email threat report system on AWS

Emails are often used as an entry point for malicious software like trojan horses, rootkits, or encryption-based ransomware. The NoSpamProxy offering developed by Net at Work tackles this threat, providing secure and confidential email communication. A subservice of NoSpamProxy called 32guards is responsible for threat reports of inbound and outbound emails. With the increasing number […]

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Mainframe data integration conceptual flow

Mainframe data integration: Using mainframe data to build cloud native services with AWS

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Architecture diagram

Enhance Your Contact Center Solution with Automated Voice Authentication and Visual IVR

Recently, the Accenture AWS Business Group (AABG) assisted a customer in developing a secure and personalized Interactive Voice Response (IVR) contact center experience that receives and processes payments and responds to customer inquiries. Our solution uses Amazon Connect at its core to help customers efficiently engage with customer service agents. To ensure transactions are completed […]

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Figure 1. Pulse ingestion module architecture

Codacy Measures Developer Productivity using AWS Serverless

Codacy is a DevOps insights company based in Lisbon, Portugal. Since its launch in 2012, Codacy has helped software development and engineering teams reduce defects, keep technical debt in check, and ship better code, faster. Codacy’s latest product, Pulse, is a service that helps understand and improve the performance of software engineering teams. This includes […]

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Figure 2. Control plane architecture

How Ribbon Built a Scalable, Resilient Robocall Mitigation Platform

Ribbon provides communications software, and IP and optical networking end-to-end solutions that deliver innovation, unparalleled scale, performance, and agility to service providers and enterprise. Ribbon is helping customers modernize their networks. In today’s data-hungry, 24/7 world, this equates to improved competitive positioning and business outcomes. Companies are migrating from on-premises equipment for telephony services and looking […]

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Building an application with AWS multi-Region services using services covered in Part 1

Creating a Multi-Region Application with AWS Services – Part 2, Data and Replication

Data is at the center of stateful applications. Data consistency models will vary when choosing in-Region vs. multi-Region. In this post, part 2 of 3, we continue to filter through AWS services to focus on data-centric services with native features to help get your data where it needs to be in support of a multi-Region […]

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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 1 - Architecture diagram showing Serverless Scheduling with Amazon EventBridge, AWS Lambda, and Amazon DynamoDB

Serverless Scheduling with Amazon EventBridge, AWS Lambda, and Amazon DynamoDB

Many applications perform scheduled tasks. For instance, you might want to automatically publish an article at a given time, change prices for offers which were defined weeks in advance, or notify customers 8 hours before a flight. These might be one-off tasks, or recurring ones. On Unix-like operating systems, you might have opted for the […]

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