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Tag: DynamoDB

Configuring the Parallelization Factor from the AWS Lambda console.

New AWS Lambda scaling controls for Kinesis and DynamoDB event sources

AWS Lambda is introducing a new scaling parameter for Amazon Kinesis Data Streams and Amazon DynamoDB Streams event sources. Parallelization Factor can be set to increase concurrent Lambda invocations for each shard, which by default is 1. This allows for faster stream processing without the need to over-scale the number of shards, while still guaranteeing […]

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Secure API Access with Amazon Cognito Federated Identities, Amazon Cognito User Pools, and Amazon API Gateway

Ed Lima, Solutions Architect   Our identities are what define us as human beings. Philosophical discussions aside, it also applies to our day-to-day lives. For instance, I need my work badge to get access to my office building or my passport to travel overseas. My identity in this case is attached to my work badge […]

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A Serverless Authentication System by Jumia

Jumia is an ecosystem of nine different companies operating in 22 different countries in Africa. Jumia employs 3000 people and serves 15 million users/month. Want to secure and centralize millions of user accounts across Africa? Shut down your servers! Jumia Group unified and centralized customer authentication on nine digital services platforms, operating in 22 (and […]

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SAML for Your Serverless JavaScript Application: Part II

Contributors: Richard Threlkeld, Gene Ting, Stefano Buliani The full code for both scenarios—including SAM templates—can be found at the samljs-serverless-sample GitHub repository. We highly recommend you use the SAM templates in the GitHub repository to create the resources, opitonally you can manually create them. This is the second part of a two part series for […]

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Powering Mobile Backend Services with AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway

Daniel AustinSolutions Architect Asif KhanSolutions Architect Have you ever wanted to create a mobile REST API quickly and easily to make database calls and manipulate data sources? The Node.js and Amazon DynamoDB tutorial shows how to perform CRUD operations (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) easily on DynamoDB tables using Node.js. In this post, I extend […]

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Implementing a Serverless AWS IoT Backend with AWS Lambda and Amazon DynamoDB

Ed Lima Cloud Support Engineer Does your IoT device fleet scale to hundreds or thousands of devices? Do you find it somewhat challenging to retrieve the details for multiple devices? AWS IoT provides a platform to connect those devices and build a scalable solution for your Internet of Things workloads. Out of the box, the […]

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Building, Testing and Deploying Java applications on AWS Lambda using Maven and Jenkins

Jeff NunnSolutions Architect With continuous integration (the practice of continually integrating code into a shared code repository) and continuous deployment (the practice of building, testing, and deploying code often), developers can release software faster and more frequently. This post shows how the principles of code testing, continuous integration, and continuous deployment can be applied to […]

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Building NoSQL Database Triggers with Amazon DynamoDB and AWS Lambda

Tim Wagner, AWS Lambda General Manager SQL databases have offered triggers for years, making it easy to validate and check data, maintain integrity constraints, create compute columns, and more. Why should SQL tables have all the fun…let’s do the equivalent for NoSQL data! Amazon DynamoDB recently launched their streams feature (table update notifications) in production. […]

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