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Integrating Amazon API Gateway private endpoints with on-premises networks

This post was written by Ahmed ElHaw, Sr. Solutions Architect Using AWS Direct Connect or AWS Site-to-Site VPN, customers can establish a private virtual interface from their on-premises network directly to their Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC). Hybrid networking enables customers to benefit from the scalability, elasticity, and ease of use of AWS services while […]

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Using serverless to load test Amazon API Gateway with authorization

This post was written by Ashish Mehra, Sr. Solutions Architect and Ramesh Chidirala, Solutions Architect Many customers design their applications to use Amazon API Gateway as the front door and load test their API endpoints before deploying to production. Customers want to simulate the actual usage scenario, including authentication and authorization. The load test ensures […]

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Implementing a LIFO task queue using AWS Lambda and Amazon DynamoDB

This post was written by Diggory Briercliffe, Senior IoT Architect. When implementing a task queue, you can use Amazon SQS standard or FIFO (First-In-First-Out) queue types. Both queue types give priority to tasks created earlier over tasks that are created later. However, there are use cases where you need a LIFO (Last-In-First-Out) queue. This post […]

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Using GitHub Actions to deploy serverless applications

This post is written by Gopi Krishnamurthy, Senior Solutions Architect. Continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) is one of the major DevOps components. This allows you to build, test, and deploy your applications rapidly and reliably, while improving quality and reducing time to market. GitHub is an AWS Partner Network (APN) with the AWS DevOps […]

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Setting up NAT Gateway

Setting up AWS Lambda with an Apache Kafka cluster within a VPC

Using resources such as NAT Gateways and VPC endpoints with PrivateLink, you can ensure that your data remains secure while also granting access to resources such as Lambda to help you create a Kafka consumer application. This post provides some tips to help you set up a Lambda function using Kafka as a trigger. It also explains various options available to send data securely.

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