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Category: Serverless

SNS fanout to Lambda functions

Choosing between messaging services for serverless applications

Messaging is an important part of serverless applications and AWS services provide queues, publish/subscribe, and event routing capabilities. This post reviews the main features of SNS, SQS, and EventBridge and how they provide different capabilities for your workloads.

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Create and attach HTTP API authorizer

Introducing IAM and Lambda authorizers for Amazon API Gateway HTTP APIs

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) […]

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Introducing AWS X-Ray new integration with AWS Step Functions

AWS Step Functions now integrates with AWS X-Ray to provide a comprehensive tracing experience for serverless orchestration workflows. Step Functions allows you to build resilient serverless orchestration workflows with AWS services such as AWS Lambda, Amazon SNS, Amazon DynamoDB, and more. Step Functions provides a history of executions for a given state machine in the AWS […]

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Troubleshooting Amazon API Gateway with enhanced observability variables

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 […]

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Introducing larger state payloads for AWS Step Functions

AWS Step Functions allows you to create serverless workflows that orchestrate your business processes. Step Functions stores data from workflow invocations as application state. Today we are increasing the size limit of application state from 32,768 characters to 256 kilobytes of data per workflow invocation. The new limit matches payload limits for other commonly used […]

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Building a serverless document scanner using Amazon Textract and AWS Amplify

This guide demonstrates creating and deploying a production ready document scanning application. It allows users to manage projects, upload images, and generate a PDF from detected text. The sample can be used as a template for building expense tracking applications, handling forms and legal documents, or for digitizing books and notes. The frontend application is […]

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