AWS Compute Blog
Introducing AWS Lambda Powertools for .NET
CloudWatch and AWS X-Ray offer functionality that provides comprehensive observability for your applications. Lambda Powertools .NET is now generally available. The library helps implement observability when running Lambda functions based on .NET 6 while reducing the amount of custom code.
Extending PowerShell on AWS Lambda with other services
This post expands on the functionality introduced with the PowerShell custom runtime for AWS Lambda. The previous blog explains how the custom runtime approach makes it easier to run Lambda functions written in PowerShell. You can add additional functionality to your PowerShell serverless applications by importing PowerShell modules, which are shareable packages of code. Build your own […]
Introducing the PowerShell custom runtime for AWS Lambda
The new PowerShell custom runtime for AWS Lambda makes it even easier to run Lambda functions written in PowerShell to process events. Using this runtime, you can run native PowerShell code in Lambda without having to compile code, which simplifies deployment and testing. You can also now view PowerShell code in the AWS Management Console, […]
Building single binary file extensions for AWS Lambda with .NET
This post shows how to create, build, and package a C# Lambda extension as a single binary file. Explore the example code and other Lambda extensions examples in the GitHub repository.
Powering .NET 5 with AWS Graviton2: Benchmarks
This post was authored by Kirk Davis, Developer Advocate for App Modernization In 2019, AWS announced new Amazon EC2 instance types powered by the AWS Graviton2 processor. The AWS Graviton2 processor is based on the ARM64 architecture leveraging 64-bit ARM Neoverse N1 cores. Since 2019, AWS has launched many new EC2 instances built on Graviton2, […]
Announcing AWS Lambda support for .NET Core 3.1
This post is courtesy of Norm Johanson, Senior Software Development Engineer, AWS SDKs and Tools. From today, you can develop AWS Lambda functions using .NET Core 3.1. You can deploy to Lambda by setting the runtime parameter value to dotnetcore3.1. Version 22.214.171.124 AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio and version 4.0.0 of the .NET Core Global Tool […]
Developing .NET Core AWS Lambda functions
This post is courtesy of Mark Easton, Senior Solutions Architect – AWS One of the biggest benefits of Lambda functions is that they isolate you from the underlying infrastructure. While that makes it easy to deploy and manage your code, it’s critical to have a clearly defined approach for testing, debugging, and diagnosing problems. There’s […]