Category: Security, Identity, & Compliance
Using resources such as NAT Gateways and VPC endpoints with PrivateLink, you can ensure that your data remains secure while also granting access to resources such as Lambda to help you create a Kafka consumer application. This post provides some tips to help you set up a Lambda function using Kafka as a trigger. It also explains various options available to send data securely.
This post is written by Scott Malkie, Specialist Solutions Architect, EC2 AWS Nitro Enclaves, introduced in October 2020, are isolated compute environments. They leverage the power of the AWS Nitro System to provide isolation and attestation for sensitive data processing. Customers use Nitro Enclaves to isolate their data processing workloads, even from users with root […]
This post is written by Bryant Bost, Cloud Application Architect. There is not a one-size-fits-all approach to access control for Amazon API Gateway. Properties of your application such as API type, identity provider, client access patterns, privacy requirements, and others influence the design of your access control solution. Understanding the types of access control available […]
This post discusses a fully serverless architecture for searching images based on their contents. It shows how this architecture is decoupled and stateless by using S3 events, SQS messages, an EventBridge bus, and Amazon Aurora Serverless.
This post explains the Lambda execution environment and how the service protects customer data. It covers important steps you should take to prevent data leakage between invocations and provides additional security resources to review.
Mutual TLS (mTLS) for API Gateway is now generally available at no additional cost. This post shows how to automate mutual TLS for Amazon API Gateway HTTP APIs using the AWS Certificate Manager Private Certificate Authority as a private CA. Using infrastructure as code (IaC) enables you to develop, deploy, and scale cloud applications, often with greater speed, less risk, and reduced cost.
Creating a cross-region Active Directory domain with AWS Launch Wizard for Microsoft Active Directory
AWS Launch Wizard is a console-based service to quickly and easily size, configure, and deploy third party applications, such as Microsoft SQL Server Always On and HANA based SAP systems, on AWS without the need to identify and provision individual AWS resources. AWS Launch Wizard offers an easy way to deploy enterprise applications and optimize […]
Amazon API Gateway HTTP APIs enable you to create RESTful APIs with lower latency and lower cost than API Gateway REST APIs. The API Gateway team is continuing work to improve and migrate popular REST API features to HTTP APIs. We are adding two of the most requested features, AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) […]
Mutual TLS (mTLS) for API Gateway is generally available today at no additional cost. It’s available in all AWS commercial Regions, AWS GovCloud (US) Regions, and China Regions. It supports configuration via the API Gateway console, AWS CLI, SDKs, and AWS CloudFormation.
Amazon API Gateway is often used for managing access to serverless applications. Additionally, it can help developers reduce code and increase security with features like AWS WAF integration and authorizers at the API level. Because more is handled by API Gateway, developers tell us they would like to see more data points on the individual […]