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Category: Serverless

Figure 4. AWS Proton deploys service into multi-account environment through standardized continuous delivery pipeline

Simplifying Multi-account CI/CD Deployments using AWS Proton

Many large enterprises, startups, and public sector entities maintain different deployment environments within multiple Amazon Web Services (AWS) accounts to securely develop, test, and deploy their applications. Maintaining separate AWS accounts for different deployment stages is a standard practice for organizations. It helps developers limit the blast radius in case of failure when deploying updates […]

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Serverless S3 metadata search

Swiftly Search Metadata with an Amazon S3 Serverless Architecture

As you increase the number of objects in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3), you’ll need the ability to search through them and quickly find the information you need. In this blog post, we offer you a cost-effective solution that uses a serverless architecture to search through your metadata. Using a serverless architecture helps you […]

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Figure 1. Heimdall Proxy distributed, auto-scaling architecture

Offloading SQL for Amazon RDS using the Heimdall Proxy

Getting the maximum scale from your database often requires fine-tuning the application. This can increase time and incur cost – effort that could be used towards other strategic initiatives. The Heimdall Proxy was designed to intelligently manage SQL connections to help you get the most out of your database. In this blog post, we demonstrate […]

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Event sourcing architecture

How The Mill Adventure Implemented Event Sourcing at Scale Using DynamoDB

This post was co-written by Joao Dias, Chief Architect at The Mill Adventure and Uri Segev, Principal Serverless Solutions Architect at AWS The Mill Adventure provides a complete gaming platform, including licenses and operations, for rapid deployment and success in online gaming. It underpins every aspect of the process so that you can focus on […]

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Final architecture

Toyota Connected and AWS Design and Deliver Collision Assistance Application

This post was cowritten by Srikanth Kodali, Sr. IoT Data Architect at AWS, and Will Dombrowski, Sr. Data Engineer at Toyota Connected Toyota Connected North America (TC) is a technology/big data company that partners with Toyota Motor Corporation and Toyota Motor North America to develop products that aim to improve the driving experience for Toyota […]

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Architecture showing how to build a Scalable Real-Time Newsfeed Watchlist Using Amazon Comprehend

Field Notes: Building a Scalable Real-Time Newsfeed Watchlist Using Amazon Comprehend

One of the challenges businesses have is to constantly monitor information via media outlets and be alerted when a key interest is picked up, such as individual, product, or company information. One way to do this is to scan media and news feeds against a company watchlist. The list may contain personal names, organizations or […]

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Reducing latency by caching frequently accessed data on demand

Data Caching Across Microservices in a Serverless Architecture

Organizations are re-architecting their traditional monolithic applications to incorporate microservices. This helps them gain agility and scalability and accelerate time-to-market for new features. Each microservice performs a single function. However, a microservice might need to retrieve and process data from multiple disparate sources. These can include data stores, legacy systems, or other shared services deployed […]

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Microservices-based order submission workflow

Architecting a Highly Available Serverless, Microservices-Based Ecommerce Site

The number of ecommerce vendors is growing globally, and they often handle large traffic at different times of the day and different days of the year. This, in addition to building, managing, and maintaining IT infrastructure on-premises data centers can present challenges to their businesses’ scalability and growth. This blog provides you a Serverless on […]

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Pupeteer image

Field Notes: Scaling Browser Automation with Puppeteer on AWS Lambda with Container Image Support

This post is contributed by Bill Kerr, SHI and Raj Seshadri, Global SA Lead, AWS. Imagine you are launching a brand new website selling goods and services. You are expecting a huge amount of traffic due to the seasonality of the product. You would like to test 100K simultaneous connections to the website and make […]

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2020

Top 15 Architecture Blog Posts of 2020

The goal of the AWS Architecture Blog is to highlight best practices and provide architectural guidance. We publish thought leadership pieces that encourage readers to discover other technical documentation, such as solutions and managed solutions, other AWS blogs, videos, reference architectures, whitepapers, and guides, Training & Certification, case studies, and the AWS Architecture Monthly Magazine. […]

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