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AWS Lambda now supports Java 17

This post was written by Mark Sailes, Senior Specialist Solutions Architect, Serverless. You can now develop AWS Lambda functions with the Amazon Corretto distribution of Java 17. This version of Corretto comes with long-term support (LTS), which means it will receive updates and bug fixes for an extended period, providing stability and reliability to developers […]

Figure 1: Architecture diagram showing the components deployed by the AWS SAM template. These include an SQS queue, an Auto Scaling group responsible for polling and processing queue messages, a Lambda function that regularly updates the BPI CloudWatch metric, and a “Target Setter” Lambda function that regularly updates the Auto Scaling group’s target tracking scaling policy.

Scaling an ASG using target tracking with a dynamic SQS target

This blog post is written by Wassim Benhallam, Sr Cloud Application Architect AWS WWCO ProServe, and Rajesh Kesaraju, Sr. Specialist Solution Architect, EC2 Flexible Compute. Scaling an Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling group based on Amazon Simple Queue Service (Amazon SQS) is a commonly used design pattern in decoupled applications. For example, an EC2 Auto Scaling […]

DNS-based load balancing

Enabling load-balancing of non-HTTP(s) traffic on AWS Wavelength

This blog post is written by Jack Chen, Telco Solutions Architect, and Robert Belson, Developer Advocate. AWS Wavelength embeds AWS compute and storage services within 5G networks, providing mobile edge computing infrastructure for developing, deploying, and scaling ultra-low-latency applications. AWS recently introduced support for Application Load Balancer (ALB) in AWS Wavelength zones. Although ALB addresses […]

AWS Local Zones how it works

AWS Local Zones and AWS Outposts, choosing the right technology for your edge workload

This blog post is written by Joe Sacco, Senior Technical Account Manager. The AWS Global Cloud Infrastructure includes 30 Launched Regions, 96 Availability Zones (AZs), 410+ Points of Presence with 400+ Edge Locations, and 13 Regional Edge Caches.  With over 200 AWS services, most customer workloads can run in the AWS Regions. However, for some […]

Architecture Diagram

Adding approval notifications to EC2 Image Builder before sharing AMIs

­­­­­This blog post is written by, Glenn Chia Jin Wee, Associate Cloud Architect, and Randall Han, Professional Services. You may be required to manually validate the Amazon Machine Image (AMI) built from an Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Image Builder pipeline before sharing this AMI to other AWS accounts or to an AWS organization. […]

Hosting Hugging Face models on AWS Lambda for serverless inference

This post written by Eddie Pick, AWS Senior Solutions Architect – Startups and Scott Perry, AWS Senior Specialist Solutions Architect – AI/ML Hugging Face Transformers is a popular open-source project that provides pre-trained, natural language processing (NLP) models for a wide variety of use cases. Customers with minimal machine learning experience can use pre-trained models […]

Extensions cache architecture diagram

Caching data and configuration settings with AWS Lambda extensions

This post is written by Hari Ohm Prasath Rajagopal, Senior Modernization Architect and Vamsi Vikash Ankam, Technical Account Manager In this post, I show how to build a flexible in-memory AWS Lambda caching layer using Lambda extensions. Lambda functions use REST API calls to access the data and configuration from the cache. This can reduce […]

Node.js 14.x runtime now available in AWS Lambda

You can now develop AWS Lambda functions using the Node.js 14.x runtime. This is the current Long Term Support (LTS) version of Node.js. Start using this new version today by specifying a runtime parameter value of nodejs14.x when creating or updating functions or by using the appropriate managed runtime base image. Language Updates Node.js 14 is a […]

PHP Lambda fucntion with Container images

Building PHP Lambda functions with Docker container images

At re:Invent 2020, AWS announced that you can package and deploy AWS Lambda functions as container images. Packaging AWS Lambda functions as container images brings some notable benefits for developers running custom runtimes, such as PHP. This blog post explains those benefits and shows how to use the new container image support for Lambda functions […]