AWS Developer Blog

Category: DevOps

Developing a Microsoft .NET Core Web API application with Amazon Aurora Database using AWS CDK

In our previous blog, we showed you how to build a Microsoft.NET Web API application with Amazon Aurora Database using AWS CloudFormation. In this blog, we will leverage the development capabilities of defining cloud infrastructure as code using AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) which provisions it through AWS CloudFormation. The AWS CDK is an open source […]

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Developing a Microsoft .NET Core Web API application with Aurora Database using CloudFormation

Real world Microsoft workloads have a lot of Web APIs that are native to Microsoft methods for serving front-end applications (like ASP.NET, ASP.NET Razor/MVC, ReactJS or Angular Application). Even though there are customers who want to try serverless with AWS Lambda, they often have to continue to maintain many existing .NET web APIs. These applications […]

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The AWS SDK for Java will no longer support Java 6

The AWS SDK for Java currently maintains two major versions: 1.11.x and 2.x. Customers on Java 8 or newer may use either 2.x or 1.11.x, and customers on Java 6 or newer may use 1.11.x. Free updates to the Java 6 virtual machine (JVM) were stopped by Oracle on April 2013. Users that don’t pay […]

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Testing infrastructure with the AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK)

The AWS Cloud Development Kit (CDK) allows you to describe your application’s infrastructure using a general-purpose programming language, such as TypeScript, JavaScript or Python. This opens up familiar avenues for working with your infrastructure, such as using your favorite IDE, getting the benefit of autocomplete, creating abstractions in a familiar way, distributing them using your […]

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Setting up an Android application with AWS SDK for C++

The AWS SDK for C++ can build and run on many different platforms, including Android. In this post, I walk you through building and running a sample application on an Android device. Overview I cover the following topics: Building and installing the SDK for C++ and creating a desktop application that implements the basic functionality. […]

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Serverless data engineering at Zalando with the AWS CDK

This blog was authored by Viacheslav Inozemtsev, Data Engineer at Zalando, an active user of the serverless technologies in AWS, and an early adopter of the AWS Cloud Development Kit.   Infrastructure is extremely important for any system, but it usually doesn’t carry business logic. It’s also hard to manage and track. Scripts and templates […]

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Announcing Amazon Transcribe streaming transcription support in the AWS SDK for Ruby

Amazon Transcribe streaming transcription enables you to send an audio stream, and with a single API call, receive a stream of text in real time. We’re excited to announce support for the #start_stream_transcription API with bidirectional streaming usage in the AWS SDK for Ruby. Before calling #start_stream_transcription To use the Amazon Transcribe #start_stream_transcription API, you […]

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Announcing Amazon Kinesis SubscribeToShard API Support in the AWS SDK for Ruby

Amazon Kinesis launched two significant performance-improving features for Amazon Kinesis Data Streams: enhanced fan-out and an HTTP/2 data retrieval API (“SubscribeToShard”). This API allows data to be delivered from producers to consumers in 70 milliseconds or better. Today, we’re excited to announce the support for Kinesis SubscribeToShard API in the AWS SDK for Ruby. Before […]

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Introducing Transaction Support in aws-record

Introducing Transaction Support in aws-record The aws-record Ruby Gem is a data mapper abstraction layer over Amazon DynamoDB, a key-value and document database that delivers single-digit millisecond performance at any scale. Recently, support for transactions was added to DynamoDB. DynamoDB transactions simplify the developer experience of making coordinated, all-or-nothing changes to multiple items both within […]

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Announcing Ruby build support for AWS SAM CLI

At AWS re:Invent 2018, we announced Ruby support in AWS Lambda. The Ruby runtime in Lambda has built-in logic to make packaging your dependencies simple. AWS SAM CLI is a CLI tool currently in beta for local development and testing of serverless applications. It encapsulates several build, test, and deployment patterns for Lambda functions. Today, […]

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