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This post is written by Pascal Vogel, Solutions Architect, and Philipp Klose, Global Solutions Architect. Event streaming with Apache Kafka has become an important element of modern data-oriented and event-driven architectures (EDAs), unlocking use cases such as real-time analytics of user behavior, anomaly and fraud detection, and Internet of Things event processing. Stream producers and consumers […]
Today, AWS is announcing support for logging with EventBridge Pipes. Amazon EventBridge Pipes is a point to point integration solution that connects event producers and consumers with optional filter, transform, and enrichment steps. EventBridge Pipes reduces the amount of integration code builders must write and maintain when building event-driven applications. Popular integrations include connecting Amazon […]
This post is written by Savitha Swaminathan, AWS Sr. Product Marketing Manager AWS re:Invent 2023 starts on Nov 27th in Las Vegas, Nevada. The event brings technology business leaders, AWS partners, developers, and IT practitioners together to learn about the latest innovations, meet AWS experts, and network among their peer attendees. This year, AWS re:Invent […]
AWS re:Invent 2023 is fast approaching, bringing together tens of thousands of Builders in Las Vegas in November. However, even if you can’t attend in person, you can catch up with sessions on-demand. Breakout sessions are lecture-style 60-minute informative sessions presented by AWS experts, customers, or partners. These sessions cover beginner (100 level) topics to […]
This blog shows how to use these new metrics to improve the visibility of event flows in your event-driven applications. It helps you monitor the events more effectively, from invocation until the delivery to the target. This improves observability by proactively alerting on key metrics.
With this launch, you can now build your Lambda functions using Amazon Linux 2023 as the custom runtime or use it as the base image to run your container-based Lambda functions.
AWS Lambda is improving the automatic scaling behavior when processing data from Apache Kafka event-sources. Lambda is increasing the default number of initial consumers, improving how quickly consumers scale up, and helping to ensure that consumers don’t scale down too quickly. There is no additional action that you must take, and there is no additional […]
The improved Lambda SQS event source polling scale-up capability enables up to five times faster scale-up performance for spiky event-driven workloads using SQS queues, at no additional cost.
This post is written by Nelson Assis, Enterprise Support Lead, Serverless and Jevon Liburd, Technical Account Manager, Serverless Amazon S3 is an object storage service that many customers use for file storage. With the use of Amazon S3 Event Notifications or Amazon EventBridge customers can create workloads with event-driven architecture (EDA). This architecture responds to […]
Webhooks are a popular method for applications to communicate, and for businesses to collaborate and integrate with customers and partners. This post shows how you can build applications to send and receive webhooks on AWS.