This post is written by Luca Mezzalira, Principal Specialist Solutions Architect. Today, AWS is launching a preview of AWS Application Composer, a visual designer that you can use to build your serverless applications from multiple AWS services. In distributed systems, empowering teams is a cultural shift needed for enabling developers to help translate business capabilities […]
The AWS Serverless Learning Plan and digital badge are available now. All courses are available on-demand. Both the learning plan courses and the assessment are free for everyone.
At AWS re:Invent 2022, AWS announced SnapStart for AWS Lambda functions running on Java Corretto 11. This feature enables customers to achieve up to 10x faster function startup performance for Java functions, at no additional cost, and typically with minimal or no code changes.
This blog written by Tarun Rai Madan, Sr. Product Manager, AWS Lambda, Mike Danilov, Sr. Principal Engineer, AWS Lambda, and Colm MacCárthaigh, VP/Distinguished Engineer, EC2. AWS Lambda SnapStart is a new performance optimization developed by AWS that can significantly improve the startup time for applications. Announced at AWS re:Invent 2022, the first capability to feature […]
This post is written by Prachi Sharma (Software Development Manager, Amazon SNS), Mithun Mallick (Principal Solutions Architect, AWS Integration Services), and Otavio Ferreira (Sr. Software Development Manager, Amazon SNS). Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) is a messaging service for Application-to-Application (A2A) and Application-to-Person (A2P) communication. The A2A functionality provides high-throughput, push-based, many-to-many messaging between distributed […]
During the last few weeks, the AWS serverless team has been releasing a wave of new features in the build-up to AWS re:Invent 2022. This post recaps some of the most important releases for serverless developers building event-driven applications. AWS Lambda Lambda Support for Node.js 18 You can now develop Lambda functions using the Node.js 18 […]
Caching data retrieved from external services is an effective way to improve the performance of your Lambda function and reduce costs. Implementing a caching layer has been made simpler with this AWS-managed Lambda extension.
This post demonstrates how to create a Step Functions Express Workflow in one account and call it from a Step Functions Standard Workflow in another account using a new credentials capability of AWS Step Functions.
Node.js 18 is now supported by Lambda. When building your Lambda functions using the zip archive packaging style, use a runtime parameter value of nodejs18.x to get started building with Node.js 18.
This post is written by Vikas Panghal (Principal Product Manager), and Hardik Vasa (Senior Solutions Architect). Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) is a fully managed message queuing service that makes it easier to decouple and scale microservices, distributed systems, and serverless applications. SQS queues enable asynchronous communication between different application components and ensure that each of these […]