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Category: Front-End Web & Mobile

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Let’s Architect! Architecting for front end

Many workloads in the cloud need a front-end interface for interacting with APIs, either for populating content or for consuming it. This edition of Let’s Architect! shows you how to scale your front-end applications and serve data across multiple devices. Micro-frontend Architectures on AWS Micro-frontends are the technical representation of a business subdomain, they allow […]

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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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Microservices A and B being decomposed from a legacy monolith, component C scheduled for retirement is not broken out into a microservice

Seamlessly migrate on-premises legacy workloads using a strangler pattern

Replacing a complex workload can be a huge job. Sometimes you need to gradually migrate complex workloads but still keep parts of the on-premises system to handle features that haven’t been migrated yet. Gradually replacing specific functions with new applications and services is known as a “strangler pattern.” When you use a strangler pattern, monolithic […]

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A proxy solution to the Amazon Cognito regional endpoint

Enriching Amazon Cognito features with an Amazon API Gateway proxy

This post was co-written with Geoff Baskwill, member of the Architecture Enabling Team at Trend Micro. At Trend Micro, we use AWS technologies to build secure solutions to help our customers improve their security posture. This post builds on the architecture originally published in Protect public clients for Amazon Cognito with an Amazon CloudFront proxy. […]

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Architecture diagram deploying an AWS SAM template using the Amazon API Gateway and AWS Lambda services with Amazon CloudWatch metrics

Deploy Quarkus-based applications using AWS Lambda with AWS SAM

­Quarkus offers Java developers the capability of building native images based on GraalVM. A native image is a binary that includes everything: your code, libraries, and a smaller virtual machine (VM). This approach improves the startup time of your AWS Lambda functions, because it is optimized for container-based environments. These use cloud native and serverless […]

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Figure 1. Architecture diagram of QsrSoft TV solution

QsrSoft launches Digital Huddle Board in 3 months with AWS serverless and Fire devices

QsrSoft is a software as a service (SaaS) company that develops solutions for clients in the restaurant, hospitality, and retail industries to help them achieve operational excellence. QsrSoft has provided these services for more than two decades and now services over 14,000 locations. QsrSoft started using AWS in 2015 and fully migrated all their workloads […]

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Figure 1. User interface communicating with API Gateway to upload a file to a S3 bucket using a presigned URL

Deploying Sample UI Forms using React, Formik, and AWS CDK

Companies in many industries use UI forms to collect customer data for account registrations, online shopping, and surveys. It can be tedious to create form fields. Proper use of input validation can help users easily find and fix mistakes. Best practice is that users should not see a form filled with “this field is required” […]

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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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The customer's solution is presented on a black background

Building a Serverless Outbreak Management Solution with AWS Data Lab

September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. This post was co-written by Dhruba Mondal and Shhalu Mittal of Erickson Senior Living and Rielah De Jesus Erickson Senior Living is an owner, manager, and developer of retirement communities in the United States. We provide independent living, assisted living, […]

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