Lambda offers a number of techniques that you can use to minimize infrastructure costs whether you are just getting started with Lambda or have numerous functions already deployed in production. When combined with the lower costs of initial development and ongoing maintenance, serverless can offer a low total cost of ownership.
You can build and deploy functions using Python 3.10 using the AWS Management Console, AWS CLI, AWS SDK, AWS SAM, AWS CDK, or your choice of Infrastructure as Code (IaC).
This post demonstrates techniques that can be used for running and profiling different types of Lambda extensions. This post focuses on Lambda extensions written in C# and Rust.
Today, AWS Lambda is announcing support for response payload streaming. Response streaming is a new invocation pattern that lets functions progressively stream response payloads back to clients. You can use Lambda response payload streaming to send response data to callers as it becomes available. This can improve performance for web and mobile applications. Response streaming […]
Welcome to the 21st edition of the AWS Serverless ICYMI (in case you missed it) quarterly recap. Every quarter, we share all the most recent product launches, feature enhancements, blog posts, webinars, live streams, and other interesting things that you might have missed! In case you missed our last ICYMI, check out what happened last […]
This blog post shows the steps needed to leverage Lambda SnapStart, with examples for AWS CloudFormation, AWS SAM, and Terraform.
In this post, you learn how to keep track of user sessions when using WebSockets API and not lose the session context when the user reconnects again. Apply learnings from this example to improve your user experience when using WebSocket APIs for web-frontend and mobile applications, where internet connections may be unstable.
This blog post shows how to build Java applications with the AWS SAM CLI. You learnt about the default build mechanisms, and how to customize the build behavior and abstract the build process inside a container environment. Visit the GitHub repository for the example code templates referenced in the examples.
This post looks at how to use the UI Composer and micro-frontends discoverability. Once this part is developed, it won’t need to change regularly. This represents the foundation for building server-side rendering micro-frontends using HTML-over-the-wire. There might be other approaches to follow for other frameworks such as Next.js due to the architectural implementation of the framework itself.
This blog shows how web and mobile applications can upload large objects to Amazon S3 in a secured and efficient manner when using presigned URLs and multipart upload.