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Tag: Amazon Kinesis Streams

Under the Hood of Server-Side Encryption for Amazon Kinesis Streams

Customers are using Amazon Kinesis Streams to ingest, process, and deliver data in real time from millions of devices or applications. Use cases for Kinesis Streams vary, but a few common ones include IoT data ingestion and analytics, log processing, clickstream analytics, and enterprise data bus architectures. Within milliseconds of data arrival, applications (KCL, Apache […]

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Test Your Streaming Data Solution with the New Amazon Kinesis Data Generator

When building a streaming data solution, most customers want to test it with data that is similar to their production data. Creating this data and streaming it to your solution can often be the most tedious task in testing the solution. Amazon Kinesis Streams and Amazon Kinesis Firehose enable you to continuously capture and store […]

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Encrypt and Decrypt Amazon Kinesis Records Using AWS KMS

Customers with strict compliance or data security requirements often require data to be encrypted at all times, including at rest or in transit within the AWS cloud. This post shows you how to build a real-time streaming application using Kinesis in which your records are encrypted while at rest or in transit. Amazon Kinesis overview […]

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Building an Event-Based Analytics Pipeline for Amazon Game Studios’ Breakaway

All software developers strive to build products that are functional, robust, and bug-free, but video game developers have an extra challenge: they must also create a product that entertains. When designing a game, developers must consider how the various elements—such as characters, story, environment, and mechanics—will fit together and, more importantly, how players will interact […]

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Analyze a Time Series in Real Time with AWS Lambda, Amazon Kinesis and Amazon DynamoDB Streams

This is a guest post by Richard Freeman, Ph.D., a solutions architect and data scientist at JustGiving. JustGiving in their own words: “We are one of the world’s largest social platforms for giving that’s helped 26.1 million registered users in 196 countries raise $3.8 billion for over 27,000 good causes.” Introduction As more devices, sensors […]

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