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Serverless Laravel App with Lambda

The serverless LAMP stack part 4: Building a serverless Laravel application

Update: The complete blog series and supporting GitHub repository is now available: Part 1: Introducing the new Serverless LAMP stack Part 2: Scaling relational databases Part 3: Replacing the web server Part 4: Building a serverless Laravel application Part 5: The CDK construct library for the serverless LAMP stack Part 6: From MVC to serverless […]

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An Adafruit PyPortal displaying a quote while synthesizing and playing speech using Amazon Polly.

Adding voice to a CircuitPython project using Amazon Polly

An Adafruit PyPortal displaying a quote while synthesizing and playing speech using Amazon Polly. As a natural means of communication, voice is a powerful way to humanize an experience. What if you could make anything talk? This guide walks through how to leverage the cloud to add voice to an off-the-shelf microcontroller. Use it to […]

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AWS Lambda function versions and aliases

Building well-architected serverless applications: Approaching application lifecycle management – part 2

This series of blog posts uses the AWS Well-Architected Tool with the Serverless Lens to help customers build and operate applications using best practices. In each post, I address the nine serverless-specific questions identified by the Serverless Lens along with the recommended best practices. See the Introduction post for a table of contents and explanation of the example application. Question OPS2: […]

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Lambda scaling up as events queue grows

Building scalable serverless applications with Amazon S3 and AWS Lambda

S3 and Lambda are two highly scalable AWS services that can be powerful when combined in serverless applications. In this post, I summarize many of the patterns shown across this series.

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Multiple AWS accounts in a deployment pipeline

Best practices for organizing larger serverless applications

This blog post provides recommendations for designing and managing code repositories in larger serverless projects, and best practices for deploying releases of production systems.

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Multiple buckets with multiple Lambda subscribers

Using dynamic Amazon S3 event handling with Amazon EventBridge

The standard S3 to Lambda integration enables developers to deploy code that responds to bucket- or object-based events. Using Amazon EventBridge, you can employ even more sophisticated routing and filtering of events between S3 and Lambda.

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Architecture for the second example application.

Creating a scalable serverless import process for Amazon DynamoDB

Amazon DynamoDB is a web-scale NoSQL database designed to provide low latency access to data. It’s well suited to many serverless applications as a primary data store, and fits into many common enterprise architectures. In this post, I show how you can import large amounts of data to DynamoDB using a serverless approach. This uses […]

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Decoupled architecture

Decoupling larger applications with Amazon EventBridge

This blog post shows how you can use an event-based architecture to decouple services and functional areas of applications. It uses the document repository solution as an example, to compare architecture after shifting to an event-based approach.

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