AWS Compute Blog
Enriching operational events with AWS Serverless
This post shows how you can create rules in EventBridge to react to operational events from AWS services. These events are routed to Step Functions, which runs a workflow consisting of steps to enrich the event, handle errors, and emit the enriched event. The example shows how to consume the enriched events, resulting in an operator receiving an email.
Server-side rendering micro-frontends – the architecture
This first post starts the journey into micro-frontends, a distributed architecture for frontend applications. The next post will explore the UI composer and micro-frontends discovery implementations.
Serverless and Application Integration sessions at AWS re:Invent 2022
AWS re:Invent 2022 is only a few weeks away, featuring an exciting slate of sessions on Serverless and Application Integration. This post highlights many of the sessions we are hosting on Serverless and Application Integration. It groups sessions by theme to help you quickly find the sessions most interesting to you.
Propagating valid mTLS client certificate identity to downstream services using Amazon API Gateway
This blog written by Omkar Deshmane, Senior SA and Anton Aleksandrov, Principal SA, Serverless. This blog shows how to use Amazon API Gateway with a custom authorizer to process incoming requests, validate the mTLS client certificate, extract the client certificate subject, and propagate it to the downstream application in a base64 encoded HTTP header. This […]
Simplifying serverless permissions with AWS SAM Connectors
This post written by Kurt Tometich, Senior Solutions Architect, AWS. Developers have been using the AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) to streamline the development of serverless applications with AWS since late 2018. Besides making it easier to create, build, test, and deploy serverless applications, AWS SAM now further simplifies permission management between serverless components […]
Announcing server-side encryption with Amazon Simple Queue Service -managed encryption keys (SSE-SQS) by default
SQS now provides server-side encryption (SSE) using SQS-owned encryption (SSE-SQS) by default. This enhancement makes it easier to create SQS queues, while greatly reducing the operational burden and complexity involved in protecting data.
ICYMI: Serverless Q3 2022
Welcome to the 19th 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, Twitch live streams, and other interesting things that you might have missed! In case you missed our last ICYMI, check out what happened […]
Integrating Amazon MemoryDB for Redis with Java-based AWS Lambda
This post is written by Mansi Y Doshi, Consultant and Aditya Goteti, Sr. Lead Consultant. Enterprises are modernizing and migrating their applications to the AWS Cloud to improve scalability, reduce cost, innovate, and reduce time to market new features. Legacy applications are often built with RDBMS as the only backend solution. Modernizing legacy Java applications […]
Lifting and shifting a web application to AWS Serverless: Part 2
In this two-part article, you learn if it is possible to migrate a non-serverless web application to a serverless environment without changing much code. You learn different tools that can help you in this process, like AWS Lambda Web Adaptor and AWS Amplify, and how to solve some of the typical challenges that we have, like storage and authentication.
Lifting and shifting a web application to AWS Serverless: Part 1
In this article, you learn if it is possible to migrate a non-serverless web application to a serverless environment without changing much code. You learn different tools that can help you in this process, like the AWS Lambda Web Adaptor and AWS Amplify.