AWS Developer Blog

Category: Eclipse

Secure Local Development with the ProfileCredentialsProvider

We’ve talked in the past about the importance of secure credentials management. When your application is running in production, IAM roles for Amazon EC2 are a great way to securely deliver AWS credentials to your application. However, they’re by definition available only when your application is running on EC2 instances. If you’re a developer making […]

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Two New Amazon RDS Database Engines in Eclipse

We’re excited to announce support for two more Amazon RDS database engines in the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse. You can now configure connections to PostgreSQL and Microsoft SQL Server RDS database instances directly from within Eclipse by opening the AWS Explorer view and double-clicking on your RDS database instance. The first time you select your […]

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DynamoDB Local Test Tool Integration for Eclipse

We’re excited to announce that the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse now includes integration with the Amazon DynamoDB Local Test Tool. The DynamoDB Local Test Tool allows you to develop and test your application against a DynamoDB-compatible database running locally — no Internet connectivity or credit card required. When your application is ready for prime time, […]

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AWS re:Invent 2013 Wrap-up

We’re back in Seattle after spending last week in Las Vegas at AWS re:Invent 2013! It was great to meet so many Java developers building applications on AWS. We heard lots of excellent feature requests for all the different tools and projects our team works on, and we’re excited to get started building them! The […]

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High-Level APIs in the AWS SDK for Java

Today, at AWS re:Invent 2013, I’m talking about some of the high-level APIs for Amazon S3 and Amazon DynamoDB, but there are a whole lot more high-level APIs in the SDK that I won’t have time to demo. These high-level APIs are all aimed at specific common tasks that developers face, and each one can […]

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AWS re:Invent 2013

We’re all getting very excited about AWS re:Invent 2013. In just over a month, we’ll be down in Las Vegas talking to developers and customers from all over the world. There’s a huge amount of great technical content this year, and attendees will be taking home lots of knowledge on the latest and greatest features […]

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Amazon DynamoDB Session Manager for Apache Tomcat

Today we’re excited to talk about a brand new open source project on our GitHub page for managing Apache Tomcat sessions in Amazon DynamoDB! DynamoDB’s fast and predictable performance characteristics make it a great match for handling session data. Plus, since it’s a fully-managed NoSQL database service, you avoid all the work of maintaining and […]

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Quick Tips: Managing Amazon S3 Data in Eclipse

No matter what type of application you’re developing, it’s a safe bet that it probably needs to save or load data from a central data store, such as Amazon S3. During development, you can take advantage of the Amazon S3 management tools provided by the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse, all without ever leaving your IDE. […]

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The DynamoDBMapper, Local Secondary Indexes, and You!

Earlier this year, Amazon DynamoDB released support for local secondary indexes. At that time, the AWS SDK for Java added support for LSIs, for both the low-level(AmazonDynamoDBClient) and high-level(DynamoDBMapper) APIs in the com.amazonaws.services.dynamodbv2 package. Since then, I have seen a few questions on how to use the DynamoDBMapper with local secondary indexes. In this post, […]

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