AWS Developer Tools Blog

Introducing the AWS .NET Distributed Cache Provider for DynamoDB (Preview)

We are happy to announce the preview release of the AWS .NET Distributed Cache Provider for DynamoDB. This library enables Amazon DynamoDB to be used as the storage for ASP.NET Core’s distributed cache framework. A cache can improve the performance of an application; an external cache allows the data to be shared across application servers […]

Announcing Amazon S3 checksums support in the AWS SDK for Kotlin

We are excited to announce support for Amazon S3 checksums in the AWS SDK for Kotlin! A checksum is a unique fingerprint calculated from a set of data that can be used to check whether the data has been altered or corrupted during transfers. Configuring a checksum is a valuable precaution to help maintain the […]

Introducing The Smithy CLI

Introducing the Smithy CLI

The Smithy team is excited to announce the official release of the Smithy CLI. Smithy is an open-source Interface Definition Language (IDL) for web services created by AWS. AWS uses Smithy to model services, generate server scaffolding and rich clients in multiple languages, and generate the AWS SDKs. Smithy enables large-scale collaboration on APIs through its […]

Configuring .NET Garbage Collection for Amazon ECS and AWS Lambda

.NET developers rely on .NET’s automatic memory allocation and garbage collection (GC) mechanisms to handle the memory needs of their applications. For most use cases GC isn’t something developers need to worry about. However, in modern architectures where .NET applications are running in memory constrained environments, like containers and AWS Lambda functions, the GC might […]

Introducing a new client in the AWS SDK for Java 2.x for retrieving EC2 Instance Metadata

You can now use AWS SDK for Java 2.x to easily retrieve instance metadata for an Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance! We are pleased to announce the general availability of new Java SDK EC2 Instance Metadata Clients in the AWS SDK for Java 2.x (version 2.19.29 or later). You can use this new […]

Run an Active-Passive, multi region API using Aurora RDS Global Cluster

Increasingly enterprises and customers run and manage applications at a global scale that need to be resilient and highly available. In order to deliver the best possible experience to their end consumers, these applications need to safeguard against risks of service disruptions and downtime. Risks due to service downtime, due to natural disasters, hardware failures, […]

Announcing availability of the AWS CRT HTTP Client in the AWS SDK for Java 2.x

We are excited to announce the general availability (GA) of the AWS Common Runtime (CRT) HTTP Client in the AWS SDK for Java 2.x. With release version 2.20.0 of the SDK, the AWS CRT HTTP Client can now be used in production environments. The AWS CRT HTTP Client is an asynchronous, non-blocking HTTP client that […]

Measure the Business Impact of Personalize Recommendations

We’re excited to announce that Amazon Personalize now allows you to measure how your personalized recommendations to help you achieve your business goals. After specifying metrics you want to track, you can identify which campaigns and recommenders are most impactful and understand the impact of recommendations on your business metrics. All customers want to track […]