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Bryan Liston

Author: Bryan Liston

Building, Testing and Deploying Java applications on AWS Lambda using Maven and Jenkins

With continuous integration (the practice of continually integrating code into a shared code repository) and continuous deployment (the practice of building, testing, and deploying code often), developers can release software faster and more frequently. This post shows how the principles of code testing, continuous integration, and continuous deployment can be applied to your AWS Lambda […]

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Simply Serverless: Using AWS Lambda to Expose Custom Cookies with API Gateway

Simply Serverless Welcome to a new series on quick and simple hacks/tips/tricks and common use cases to using AWS Lambda and AWS API Gateway. As always, I’m listening to readers (@listonb), so if you have any questions, comments or tips you’d like to see, let me know! This is a guest post by Jim Warner […]

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How to turn Node.js projects into AWS Lambda microservices easily with ClaudiaJS

This is a guest post by Gojko Adzic, creator of ClaudiaJS   While working on MindMup 2.0, we started moving parts of our API and back-end infrastructure from Heroku to AWS Lambda. The first Lambda function we created required a shell script of about 120 lines of AWS command-line calls to properly set up, and […]

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Building Enterprise Level Web Applications on AWS Lambda with the DEEP Framework

This is a guest post by Eugene Istrati, the co-creator of the DEEP Framework, a full-stack web framework that enables developers to build cloud-native applications using microservices architecture.   From the beginning, Mitoc Group has been building web applications for enterprise customers. We are a small group of developers who are helping customers with their […]

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Indexing Amazon DynamoDB Content with Amazon Elasticsearch Service Using AWS Lambda

NOTE: It was recently brought to our attention that this post contains instructions that reference a now deprecated Lambda blueprint. We are in the process of updating this post to correct this. A lot of AWS customers have adopted Amazon DynamoDB for its predictable performance and seamless scalability. The main querying capabilities of DynamoDB are centered around […]

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Building a Dynamic DNS for Route 53 using CloudWatch Events and Lambda

Introduction   Dynamic registration of resource records is useful when you have instances that are not behind a load balancer that you would like to address by a host name and domain suffix of your choosing, rather than the default <region>.compute.internal or ec2.internal. In this post, we explore how you can use CloudWatch Events and […]

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