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Folding@home infectious disease research with Spot Instances

This post was contributed by Jarman Hauser, Jessie Xie, and Kinnar Kumar Sen. Folding@home (FAH) is a distributed computing project that uses computational modeling to simulate protein structure, stability, and shape (how it folds). These simulations help to advance drug discoveries and cures for diseases linked to protein dynamics within human cells. The FAH software crowdsources its distributed […]

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CDK construct library for the serverless LAMP stack

Introducing the CDK construct library for the serverless LAMP stack

In this post, you learn how the new CDK construct library for the serverless LAMP stack is helping developers build serverless PHP applications. The AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) is an open source software development framework for defining cloud application resources in code. It allows developers to define their infrastructure in familiar programming languages […]

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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 […]

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AWS Lambda service VPC with VPC-to-VPT NAT to customer VPC

Using AWS Lambda IAM condition keys for VPC settings

You can now control the Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) settings for your AWS Lambda functions using AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) condition keys. IAM condition keys enable you to further refine the conditions under which an IAM policy statement applies. You can use the new condition keys in IAM policies when granting permissions […]

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A screenshot of the frontend application running in a desktop browser.

Building a Pulse Oximetry tracker using AWS Amplify and AWS serverless

This guide demonstrates an example solution for collecting, tracking, and sharing pulse oximetry data for multiple users. It’s built using AWS serverless technologies, enabling reliable scalability and security. The frontend application is written in VueJS and uses the Amplify Framework. It takes oxygen saturation measurements as manual input or a BerryMed pulse oximeter connected to […]

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