AWS Compute Blog

Category: Compute

Scaling your applications faster with EC2 Auto Scaling Warm Pools

This post is contributed by Scott Horsfield, Principal Solutions Architect for EC2 Scalability, Surabhi Agarwal,  Senior Product Manager for EC2 Auto Scaling, and Chad Schmutzer, Principal Developer Advocate for Amazon EC2. Customers have been using EC2 Auto Scaling to architect sophisticated, scalable, and robust applications on the AWS Cloud for over a decade. Launched in […]

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Launching a WordPress Website using Amazon Lightsail Containers

This post is written by Benjamin Gardiner, Partner Solutions Architect. Amazon Lightsail is a great way to get familiar with AWS. Lightsail simplifies the deployment of instances, databases, load balancers, CDNs, and now also containers. In this post I demonstrate how easy it is to launch a WordPress website using Lightsail containers and a Lightsail […]

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Handling binary data using Amazon API Gateway HTTP APIs

This post is written by Rudolf Potucek, Startup Solutions Architect. Amazon API Gateway REST APIs have supported binary data since 2016. API Gateway HTTP APIs makes it easier to work with both binary and text media types. It supports a new payload format version and infers encoding based on request and response formats. In this […]

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Operating Lambda: Using CloudWatch Logs Insights

CloudWatch Logs Insights allows you to search and analyze log data to find the causes of issues and help validate fixes when they are deployed. This post shows how to enable the feature for a Lambda function and search across logs. It explains why structured logging can be helpful for parsing data in analysis.

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Operating Lambda: Debugging configurations – Part 3

This post explains common integration errors in Lambda-based applications. These include running an unintended version or alias of a function, triggering infinite loops unintentionally, and issues with downstream availability. In each case, I explain steps you can take to remediate the issue.

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