AWS Compute Blog
Category: Kinesis Data Firehose
Capturing client events using Amazon API Gateway and Amazon EventBridge
This post shows how to send client events to an API and EventBridge to enable new customer experiences. The example covers enabling new experiences by creating a way for software clients to send events with minimal custom code.
Building well-architected serverless applications: Optimizing application performance – part 3
September 8, 2021: Amazon Elasticsearch Service has been renamed to Amazon OpenSearch Service. See details. This series of blog posts uses the AWS Well-Architected Tool with the Serverless Lens to help customers build and operate applications using best practices. In each post, I address the serverless-specific questions identified by the Serverless Lens along with the recommended best practices. See […]
Building serverless applications with streaming data: Part 3
In this post, I explain the all-time leaderboard logic in the Alleycat application. This is an asynchronous, eventually consistent process that checks batching of incoming records for new personal records. This uses Kinesis Data Firehose to provide a zero-administration way to deliver and process large batches of records continuously.
Building serverless applications with streaming data: Part 1
In this post, I introduce the Alleycat racing application for processing streaming data. I explain the virtual racing logic and provide an overview of the application architecture. I summarize the deployment process for the different parts of the solution and show how to test the frontend once the deployment is complete.
Introducing message archiving and analytics for Amazon SNS
In this post, we show how SNS delivery to Kinesis Data Firehose enables you to integrate SNS with storage and analytics services. The example shows how to create an SNS subscription to use a Kinesis Data Firehose delivery stream to store SNS messages in an S3 bucket.
ICYMI: Season one of Sessions with SAM
Developers tell us they want to know how to easily build and manage their serverless applications. In 2017 AWS announced AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM) to help with just that. To help developers learn more about SAM, I created a weekly Twitch series called Sessions with SAM. Each session focuses on a specific serverless task […]