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Introducing AWS Lambda response streaming
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 […]
Serverless ICYMI Q1 2023
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 […]
Implementing an event-driven serverless story generation application with ChatGPT and DALL-E
This post demonstrates how to integrate AWS serverless services with artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, ChatGPT, and DALL-E. This full stack event-driven application showcases a method of generating unique bedtime stories for children by using predetermined characters and scenes as a prompt for ChatGPT. Every night at bedtime, the serverless scheduler triggers the application, initiating an […]
Uploading large objects to Amazon S3 using multipart upload and transfer acceleration
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.
Quick Restoration through Replacing the Root Volumes of Amazon EC2 instances
This blog post is written by Katja-Maja Krödel, IoT Specialist Solutions Architect, and Benjamin Meyer, Senior Solutions Architect, Game Tech. Customers use Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances to develop, deploy, and test applications. To use those instances most effectively, customers have expressed the need to set back their instance to a previous state […]
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.
Introducing Amazon CodeWhisperer in the AWS Lambda console (In preview)
This blog post is written by Mark Richman, Senior Solutions Architect. Today, AWS is launching a new capability to integrate the Amazon CodeWhisperer experience with the AWS Lambda console code editor. Amazon CodeWhisperer is a machine learning (ML)–powered service that helps improve developer productivity. It generates code recommendations based on their code comments written in […]
Building a low-code speech “you know” counter using AWS Step Functions
This post is written by Doug Toppin, Software Development Engineer, and Kishore Dhamodaran, Solutions Architect. In public speaking, filler phrases can distract the audience and reduce the value and impact of what you are telling them. Reviewing recordings of presentations can be helpful to determine whether presenters are using filler phrases. Instead of manually reviewing […]
Extending PowerShell on AWS Lambda with other services
This post expands on the functionality introduced with the PowerShell custom runtime for AWS Lambda. The previous blog explains how the custom runtime approach makes it easier to run Lambda functions written in PowerShell. You can add additional functionality to your PowerShell serverless applications by importing PowerShell modules, which are shareable packages of code. Build your own […]