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Parallel Processing in Python with AWS Lambda

If you develop an AWS Lambda function with Node.js, you can call multiple web services without waiting for a response due to its asynchronous nature.  All requests are initiated almost in parallel, so you can get results much faster than a series of sequential calls to each web service. Considering the maximum execution duration for […]

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Disabling Intel Hyper-Threading Technology on Amazon EC2 Windows Instances

In a prior post, Disabling Intel Hyper-Threading on Amazon Linux, I investigated how the Linux kernel enumerates CPUs. I also discussed the options to disable Intel Hyper-Threading (HT Technology) in Amazon Linux running on Amazon EC2. In this post, I do the same for Microsoft Windows Server 2016 running on EC2 instances. I begin with […]

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Messaging Fanout Pattern for Serverless Architectures Using Amazon SNS

Sam Dengler, Amazon Web Services Solutions Architect Serverless architectures allow solution builders to focus on solving challenges particular to their business, without assuming the overhead of managing infrastructure in AWS. AWS Lambda is a service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. When using Lambda in a serverless architecture, the goal should […]

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Enabling Identity Federation with AD FS 3.0 and Amazon AppStream 2.0

Want to provide users with single sign-on access to AppStream 2.0 using existing enterprise credentials? Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS) 3.0 can be used to provide single sign-on for Amazon AppStream 2.0 using SAML 2.0. You can use your existing Active Directory or any SAML 2.0–compliant identity service to set up single sign-on access […]

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Deploying an NGINX Reverse Proxy Sidecar Container on Amazon ECS

Reverse proxies are a powerful software architecture primitive for fetching resources from a server on behalf of a client. They serve a number of purposes, from protecting servers from unwanted traffic to offloading some of the heavy lifting of HTTP traffic processing. This post explains the benefits of a reverse proxy, and explains how to […]

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Deploying Java Microservices on Amazon EC2 Container Service

This post and accompanying code graciously contributed by: Huy Huynh Sr. Solutions Architect Magnus Bjorkman Solutions Architect Java is a popular language used by many enterprises today. To simplify and accelerate Java application development, many companies are moving from a monolithic to microservices architecture. For some, it has become a strategic imperative. Containerization technology, such […]

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Manage Kubernetes Clusters on AWS Using Kops

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Any containerized application typically consists of multiple containers. There are containers for the application itself, a database, possibly a web server, and so on. During development, it’s normal to build and test this multi-container application on a single host. This approach works fine during early dev and test cycles but becomes a single point of […]

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Blue/Green Deployments with Amazon EC2 Container Service

This post and accompanying code was generously contributed by: Jeremy Cowan Solutions Architect Anuj Sharma DevOps Cloud Architect Peter Dalbhanjan Solutions Architect Deploying software updates in traditional non-containerized environments is hard and fraught with risk. When you write your deployment package or script, you have to assume that the target machine is in a particular […]

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Synchronizing Amazon S3 Buckets Using AWS Step Functions

Constantin Gonzalez is a Principal Solutions Architect at AWS In my free time, I run a small blog that uses Amazon S3 to host static content and Amazon CloudFront to distribute it world-wide. I use a home-grown, static website generator to create and upload my blog content onto S3. My blog uses two S3 buckets: […]

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Kotlin and Groovy JVM Languages with AWS Lambda

Juan Villa – Partner Solutions Architect   When most people hear “Java” they think of Java the programming language. Java is a lot more than a programming language, it also implies a larger ecosystem including the Java Virtual Machine (JVM). Java, the programming language, is just one of the many languages that can be compiled […]

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