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Building an Apache Kafka data processing Java application using the AWS CDK

Building an Apache Kafka data processing Java application using the AWS CDK Piotr Chotkowski, Cloud Application Development Consultant, AWS Professional Services Using a Java application to process data queued in Apache Kafka is a common use case across many industries. Event-driven and microservices architectures, for example, often rely on Apache Kafka for data streaming and […]

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Waiters in modular AWS SDK for JavaScript

On December 15th, 2020, we announced the general availability of the AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3). In v3, the waiters are modular and not part of the client class. In this blog post, we cover the differences between waiters in v2 and v3, and how to use them. Background Waiters make it easier […]

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Generate a presigned URL in modular AWS SDK for JavaScript

On December 15th, 2020, we announced the general availability of the AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3). This blog shows you how to generate a presigned URL for an Amazon S3 bucket using the modular AWS SDK for JavaScript. Motivation A presigned URL gives you access to the object identified in the URL, provided […]

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HTTP keep-alive is on by default in modular AWS SDK for JavaScript

On December 15th, 2020, we announced the general availability of the AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3). In v3, we keep the Node.js HTTP connections alive by default. This blog post explains how it’s done. It also describes the benefits of keeping the sockets around, so they can be used for future requests without […]

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AbortController in modular AWS SDK for JavaScript

As of December 15th, 2020, the AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3) is generally available. On October 19th, 2020, we published the Release Candidate (RC) of the AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3). In v3, we support AbortController interface which allows you to abort requests as and when desired. This blog post will cover […]

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Pagination using Async Iterators in modular AWS SDK for JavaScript

As of December 15th, 2020, the AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3) is generally available. On October 19th, 2020, we published the Release Candidate (RC) of the AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3). In v3, we are using async generator functions in paginators. In this blog post, we will cover how you can paginate […]

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Modular packages in AWS SDK for JavaScript

As of December 15th, 2020, the AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3) is generally available. On October 19th, 2020, we published the Release Candidate (RC) of the AWS SDK for JavaScript, version 3 (v3). One of the major changes in the JavaScript SDK v3 is modularized packages. This blog post explains why we decided to […]

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CDK Pipelines: Continuous delivery for AWS CDK applications

The AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK) is an open-source software development framework to define cloud infrastructure in familiar programming languages and provision it through AWS CloudFormation. The AWS CDK consists of three major components: The core framework for modeling reusable infrastructure components A CLI for deploying CDK applications The AWS Construct Library, a set […]

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Orchestrating an application process with AWS Batch using AWS CDK

In many real work applications, you can use custom Docker images with AWS Batch and AWS Cloud Development Kit(CDK) to execute complex jobs efficiently. AWS CDK is an open source software development framework to model and provision your cloud application resources using familiar programming languages, including TypeScript, JavaScript, Python, C# and Java. For the solution […]

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Handling arbitrary HTTP requests in Amazon API Gateway

In this post, I walk you through the steps to build a serverless web application that can accept arbitrary HTTP requests and use custom logic to return arbitrary responses. The concepts in this post are applicable to any situation where you require flexible control over the HTTP requests received and returned by an application that uses […]

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