AWS Compute Blog
Today, AWS is announcing support for read-only management events in Amazon EventBridge. This feature enables customers to build rich event-driven responses from any action taken on AWS infrastructure to detect security vulnerabilities or identify suspicious activity in near real-time. You can now gain insight into all activity across all your AWS accounts and respond to those events as is appropriate.
This post by Art Baudo – Principal Product Marketing Manager – AWS EC2, and Pranaya Anshu – Product Marketing Manager – AWS EC2 We are just a few weeks away from AWS re:Invent 2023, AWS’s biggest cloud computing event of the year. This event will be a great opportunity for you to meet other cloud […]
Advanced logging controls for Lambda give you greater control over logging. Use advanced logging controls to control your Lambda function’s log level and format, allowing you to search, query, and filter logs to troubleshoot issues more effectively.
This post is written by Josh Levinson, AWS Principal Product Manager and Julien Ridoux, AWS Principal Software Engineer Today, we announced that we improved the Amazon Time Sync Service to microsecond-level clock accuracy on supported Amazon EC2 instances. This new capability adds a local reference clock to your EC2 instance and is designed to deliver […]
The AWS Integrated Application Test Kit is a software library that provides conveniences to help you write automated tests for your cloud applications. This blog post shows some of the features of the initial Python version of the IATK.
This post is written by Subham Rakshit, Senior Specialist Solutions Architect, and Ismail Makhlouf, Senior Specialist Solutions Architect. Many organizations use a multi-account strategy for stream processing applications. This involves decomposing the overall architecture into a single producer account and many consumer accounts. Within AWS, in the producer account, you can use Amazon Managed Streaming for […]
This post is written by Ahmed Nada, Principal Solutions Architect, Flexible Compute and Kevin OConnor, Principal Product Manager, Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling. Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers around the world trust Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling to provision, scale, and manage Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) capacity for their workloads. Customers have come to rely […]
Developers use AWS Step Functions, a visual workflow service to build distributed applications, automate IT and business processes, and orchestrate AWS services with minimal code. Step Functions redrive for Standard Workflows allows you to redrive a failed workflow execution from its point of failure, rather than having to restart the entire workflow. This blog post […]
This post is written by Julian Wood, Principal Developer Advocate, and Dan Fox, Principal Specialist Serverless Solutions Architect. AWS Lambda supports multiple programming languages through the use of runtimes. A Lambda runtime provides a language-specific execution environment, which provides the OS, language support, and additional settings, such as environment variables and certificates that you can access from […]
This post is written by Pascal Vogel, Solutions Architect, and Andrea Amorosi, Senior Solutions Architect. You can now develop AWS Lambda functions using the Node.js 20 runtime. This Node.js version is in active LTS status and ready for general use. To use this new version, specify a runtime parameter value of nodejs20.x when creating or […]