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Category: Serverless

AWS SAM support for HashiCorp Terraform now generally available

In November 2022, AWS announced the public preview of AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) support for HashiCorp Terraform. The public preview introduces a subset of features to help Terraform users test serverless applications locally. Today, AWS is announcing the general availability of Terraform support in AWS SAM. This GA release expands AWS SAM’s feature […]

Enhancing Workflow Studio with new features for streamlined authoring

AWS Step Functions is emerging as a foundational tool for building scalable and distributed serverless applications through workflows. In 2021, the Step Functions team launched Workflow Studio, a low-code visual tool for creating Step Functions workflows in the AWS Management Console. This made workflow building accessible even to those with limited coding experience. In response to […]

Solution architecture overview for sending messages

Integrating IBM MQ with Amazon SQS and Amazon SNS using Apache Camel

This post is written by Joaquin Rinaudo, Principal Security Consultant and Gezim Musliaj, DevOps Consultant. IBM MQ is a message-oriented middleware (MOM) product used by many enterprise organizations, including global banks, airlines, and healthcare and insurance companies. Customers often ask us for guidance on how they can integrate their existing on-premises MOM systems with new […]

Go running on provided.al2

Migrating AWS Lambda functions from the Go1.x runtime to the custom runtime on Amazon Linux 2

Lambda is deprecating the go1.x runtime in line with Amazon Linux 1 end-of-life, scheduled for December 31, 2023. Customers using Go with Lambda should migrate their functions to the provided.al2 runtime. Benefits include support for AWS Graviton2 processors with better price-performance, and a streamlined invoke path with faster performance.