AWS Compute Blog

Category: Serverless

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Choosing the right solution for AWS Lambda external parameters

This post is written by Thomas Moore, Solutions Architect, Serverless. When using AWS Lambda to build serverless applications, customers often need to retrieve parameters from an external source at runtime. This allows you to share parameter values across multiple functions or microservices, providing a single source of truth for updates. A common example is retrieving […]


Sending events to Amazon EventBridge from AWS Organizations accounts

This blog post shows how to use AWS Organizations to organize your application’s accounts by using organization units and how to centralize event management using Amazon EventBridge across accounts in the organization. A fully automated solution is provided to ensure that adding new accounts to the organization unit is efficient.

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Implementing mutual TLS for Java-based AWS Lambda functions

This post is written by Dhiraj Mahapatro, Senior Specialist SA, Serverless and Christian Mueller, Principal Solutions Architect Modern secure applications establish network connections to other services through HTTPS. This ensures that the application connects to the right party and encrypts the data before sending it over the network. You might not want unauthenticated users to […]

Using organization IDs as principals in Lambda resource policies

This post is written by Rahul Popat, Specialist SA, Serverless and Dhiraj Mahapatro, Sr. Specialist SA, Serverless AWS Lambda is a serverless compute service that runs your code in response to events and automatically manages the underlying compute resources for you. These events may include changes in state or an update, such as a user […]

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Building a serverless image catalog with AWS Step Functions Workflow Studio

This blog post demonstrates how to implement a serverless image cataloging pipeline using Step Functions Workflow Studio. By orchestrating AWS API actions and flow states via drag and drop, you can process user-generated images. This example checks images for appropriateness and generates tags based on their content without custom application code.

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Migrating a monolithic .NET REST API to AWS Lambda

This blog post shows the required considerations for migrating a .NET Core REST API to AWS Lambda. You can now start to look at your existing code base and make an informed decision whether Lambda is for you. With the right abstractions and configuration, you can migrate a .NET Core API to Lambda compute with copy and paste.