AWS Compute Blog

Category: Amazon API Gateway

Deploying Local Gateway Ingress Routing on AWS Outposts

This post is written by Leonardo Solano, Senior Hybrid Cloud Solution Architect and Chris Lunsford, Senior Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS Outposts. AWS Outposts lets customers use the same Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) security mechanisms, such as security groups and network access control lists, to control traffic flows for on-premises applications running on Outposts. Some […]

Building resilient private APIs using Amazon API Gateway

This post written by Giedrius Praspaliauskas, Senior Solutions Architect, Serverless. Modern architectures meet recovery objectives (recovery time objective, RTO, and recovery point objective, RPO) by being resilient to routine and unexpected infrastructure disruptions. Depending on the recovery objectives and regulatory requirements, developers must choose the disaster recovery strategy. For more on disaster recovery strategies, see […]

KeyStore and TrustStore

Implementing mutual TLS for Java-based AWS Lambda functions

This post is written by Dhiraj Mahapatro, Senior Specialist SA, Serverless and Christian Mueller, Principal Solutions Architect Modern secure applications establish network connections to other services through HTTPS. This ensures that the application connects to the right party and encrypts the data before sending it over the network. You might not want unauthenticated users to […]

Architecture after migrating

Migrating a monolithic .NET REST API to AWS Lambda

This blog post shows the required considerations for migrating a .NET Core REST API to AWS Lambda. You can now start to look at your existing code base and make an informed decision whether Lambda is for you. With the right abstractions and configuration, you can migrate a .NET Core API to Lambda compute with copy and paste.

Implementing header-based API Gateway versioning with Amazon CloudFront

This post is written by Amir Khairalomoum, Sr. Solutions Architect. In this blog post, I show you how to use Lambda@Edge feature of Amazon CloudFront to implement a header-based API versioning solution for Amazon API Gateway. Amazon API Gateway is a fully managed service that makes it easier for developers to create, publish, maintain, monitor, […]

Accepting API keys as a query string in Amazon API Gateway

This post was written by Ronan Prenty, Sr. Solutions Architect and Zac Burns, Cloud Support Engineer & API Gateway SME Amazon API Gateway is a fully managed service that makes it easier for developers to create, publish, maintain, monitor, and secure APIs at any scale. APIs act as the front door to applications and allow […]