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Category: Amazon API Gateway*

Secure API Access with Amazon Cognito Federated Identities, Amazon Cognito User Pools, and Amazon API Gateway

Ed Lima, Solutions Architect   Our identities are what define us as human beings. Philosophical discussions aside, it also applies to our day-to-day lives. For instance, I need my work badge to get access to my office building or my passport to travel overseas. My identity in this case is attached to my work badge […]

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How to remove boilerplate validation logic in your REST APIs with Amazon API Gateway request validation

Ryan Green, Software Development Engineer Does your API suffer from code bloat or wasted developer time due to implementation of simple input validation rules? One of the necessary but least exciting aspects of building a robust REST API involves implementing basic validation of input data to your API. In addition to increasing the size of […]

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A Serverless Authentication System by Jumia

Jumia is an ecosystem of nine different companies operating in 22 different countries in Africa. Jumia employs 3000 people and serves 15 million users/month. Want to secure and centralize millions of user accounts across Africa? Shut down your servers! Jumia Group unified and centralized customer authentication on nine digital services platforms, operating in 22 (and […]

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SAML for Your Serverless JavaScript Application: Part II

Contributors: Richard Threlkeld, Gene Ting, Stefano Buliani The full code for both scenarios—including SAM templates—can be found at the samljs-serverless-sample GitHub repository. We highly recommend you use the SAM templates in the GitHub repository to create the resources, opitonally you can manually create them. This is the second part of a two part series for […]

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SAML for Your Serverless JavaScript Application: Part I

Contributors: Richard Threlkeld, Gene Ting, Stefano Buliani The full code for this blog, including SAM templates—can be found at the samljs-serverless-sample GitHub repository. We highly recommend you use the SAM templates in the GitHub repository to create the resources, opitonally you can manually create them. Want to enable SAML federated authentication? You can use the […]

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Implementing Serverless Manual Approval Steps in AWS Step Functions and Amazon API Gateway

Ali Baghani, Software Development Engineer A common use case for AWS Step Functions is a task that requires human intervention (for example, an approval process). Step Functions makes it easy to coordinate the components of distributed applications as a series of steps in a visual workflow called a state machine. You can quickly build and […]

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Authorizing Access Through a Proxy Resource to Amazon API Gateway and AWS Lambda Using Amazon Cognito User Pools

Ed Lima, Solutions Architect Want to create your own user directory that can scale to hundreds of millions of users? Amazon Cognito user pools are fully managed so that you don’t have to worry about the heavy lifting associated with building, securing, and scaling authentication to your apps. The AWS Mobile blog post Integrating Amazon […]

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Continuous Deployment for Serverless Applications

With a continuous deployment infrastructure, developers can quickly and safely release new features and bug fixes for their applications without manually triggering any deployment scripts. Amazon Web Services offers a number of products that make the creation of deployment pipelines easier: AWS CodePipeline AWS CodeCommit AWS CodeBuild – newly launched A typical serverless application consists […]

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Monetize your APIs in AWS Marketplace using API Gateway

Shiva Krishnamurthy, Sr. Product Manager Amazon API Gateway helps you quickly build highly scalable, secure, and robust APIs. Today, we are announcing an integration of API Gateway with AWS Marketplace. You can now easily monetize your APIs built with API Gateway, market them directly to AWS customers, and reuse AWS bill calculation and collection mechanisms. […]

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Generate Your Own API Gateway Developer Portal

Shiva Krishnamurthy, Sr. Product Manager Amazon API Gateway helps you quickly build highly scalable, secure, and robust APIs. Developers who want to consume your API to build web, mobile, or other types of apps need a site where they can learn about the API, acquire access, and manage their consumption. You can do this by […]

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