AWS Developer Blog

Using Amazon SQS with Spring Boot and Spring JMS

By favoring convention over configuration, Spring Boot reduces complexity and helps you start writing applications faster. Spring Boot allows you to bootstrap a framework that abstracts away many of the recurring patterns used in application development. You can leverage the simplicity that comes with this approach when you use Spring Boot and Spring JMS with […]

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Exploring ASP.NET Core Part 2: Continuous Delivery

The first post in this series discussed how to use an Amazon EC2 instance and AWS CodeDeploy to deploy ASP.NET Core applications from GitHub. The setup assumed all git pushes to GitHub were deployed to the running environment without validation. In this post, let’s examine how we can create an AWS environment for our ASP.NET […]

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Introducing the Aws::Record Developer Preview

We are happy to announce that the aws-record gem is now in Developer Preview and available for you to try. What Is Aws::Record? In version 1 of the AWS SDK for Ruby, the AWS::Record class provided a data mapping abstraction over Amazon DynamoDB operations. As version 2 of the AWS SDK for Ruby was being […]

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Using CMake Exports with the AWS SDK for C++

This is our very first C++ blog post for the AWS Developer blog. There will be more to come. We are excited to receive and share feedback with the C++ community. This first post will start where most projects start, with the building of a simple program. Building an application in C++ can be a […]

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Exploring ASP.NET Core Part 1: Deploying from GitHub

ASP.NET Core, formally ASP.NET 5, is a platform that offers lots of possibilities for deploying .NET applications. This series of posts will explore options for deploying ASP.NET applications on AWS. What Is ASP.NET Core? ASP.NET Core is the new open-source, cross-platform, and modularized implementation of ASP.NET. It is currently under development, so expect future posts […]

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Deploying Java Applications on Elastic Beanstalk from Maven

The Beanstalker open source project now supports Java SE application development and deployment directly to AWS Elastic Beanstalk using the Maven archetype elasticbeanstalk-javase-archetype. With just a few commands in a terminal, you can create and deploy a Java SE application. This blog post provides step-by-step instructions for using this archetype. First, in the terminal, type the mvn archetype:generate command. Use elasticbeanstalk as the filter, choose elasticbeanstalk-javase-archetype […]

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Event-driven architecture using Scala, Docker, Amazon Kinesis Firehose, and the AWS SDK for Java (Part 2)

In the first part of this blog post, we used the AWS SDK for Java to create a Scala application to write data in Amazon Kinesis Firehose, Dockerized the application, and then tested and verified the application is working. Now we will roll out our Scala application in Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS) and use […]

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Event-driven architecture using Scala, Docker, Amazon Kinesis Firehose, and the AWS SDK for Java (Part 1)

The key to developing a highly scalable architecture is to decouple functional parts of an application. In the context of an event-driven architecture, those functional parts are single-purpose event processing components (“microservices”). In this blog post, we will show you how to build a microservice using Scala, Akka, Scalatra, the AWS SDK for Java, and Docker. […]

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