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Category: Amazon API Gateway

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. 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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Macie architecture

BBVA: Architecture for Large-Scale Macie Implementation

This post was co-written by Andrew Alaniz , Director of Technology Infrastructure, and Brady Pratt, Cloud Security Engineer, both at BBVA USA. Introduction Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is a common topic among companies that work with any type of sensitive data. One of the challenges is that many people either don’t fully understand what DLP […]

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Best of 2019

Top 10 Architecture Blog Posts of 2019

September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. As we wind our way toward 2020, I want to take a moment to first thank you, our readers, for spending time on our blog. We grew our audience quite a bit this year and the credit goes to our […]

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