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Building highly resilient applications with on-premises interdependencies using AWS Local Zones

This blog post is written by Rachel Rui Liu, Senior Solutions Architect. AWS Local Zones are a type of infrastructure deployment that places compute, storage, database, and other select AWS services close to large population and industry centers. Following the successful launch of the AWS Local Zones in 16 US cities since 2019, in Feb 2022, AWS […]

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Building a Multi-region Serverless Application with Amazon API Gateway and AWS Lambda

This post written by: Magnus Bjorkman – Solutions Architect Many customers are looking to run their services at global scale, deploying their backend to multiple regions. In this post, we describe how to deploy a Serverless API into multiple regions and how to leverage Amazon Route 53 to route the traffic between regions. We use latency-based […]

Powering Secondary DNS in a VPC using AWS Lambda and Amazon Route 53 Private Hosted Zones

Mark Statham, Senior Cloud Architect When you implement hybrid connectivity between existing on-premises environments and AWS, there are a number of approaches to provide DNS resolution of both on-premises and VPC resources. In a hybrid scenario, you likely require resolution of on-premises resources, AWS services deployed in VPCs, AWS service endpoints, and your own resources […]