AWS Developer Blog

Environment Variables with .NET Core and Elastic Beanstalk

Along with Elastic Beanstalk’s recent release of adding Linux support for .NET Core, the Beanstalk team has also been working to standardize the support for environment variables across both the Linux and Windows .NET Core Beanstalk platforms. This means using the latest platform version for either the Linux or Windows, you can set environment variables […]

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Tuning the AWS Java SDK 2.x to reduce startup time

One of the most asked feature requests we’ve received from AWS Java SDK customers is to improve SDK startup latency, and in the development of AWS Java SDK 2.x, we’ve put a focus on SDK cold startup time for AWS Lambda functions. In this blog post, we will share the best practices on how to […]

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AWS Elastic Beanstalk adds .NET Core on Linux platform

Today the AWS Elastic Beanstalk service extends its .NET support with the creation of the new .NET Core on Linux platform. This new platform version makes it easy to get ASP.NET Core applications deployed to AWS quickly for either a dev stack or a full production environment including enhanced health, patching, autoscaling, and rolling deployments. […]

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Maintenance Mode and End of Support Dates Announced for AWS SDK For Ruby V2

We are announcing that version 2 of the AWS SDK For Ruby will enter maintenance mode on 11/20/2020. Support for version 2 will end on 11/21/2021. During maintenance mode we will continue to fix bugs and patch security issues until support for version 2 ends, at which point no further updates to version 2 will […]

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AWS Chalice Now Supports YAML Templates

Version 1.15.0 of AWS Chalice, a framework for writing serverless applications in Python, adds support for YAML when generating and merging AWS Serverless Application Model (SAM) templates. This allows you to add additional AWS resources to your Chalice application. As part of deploying a Chalice application, you can generate a SAM template that represents your […]

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End-of-support for Windows PowerShell 2

Following the end of support of Windows Server 2008 R2, in March 2020 we announced that we require Windows PowerShell 3.0+ and .NET Framework 4.5+ as prerequisite for all new releases of AWSPowerShell. As of June 1st, 2020 we no longer release new AWSPowerShell versions compatible with Windows PowerShell 2. The existing versions of AWSPowerShell […]

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Centralize Amazon CloudWatch Logs using AWS CDK

One of the most common use cases that customers try to implement is to centralize various types of logs in their AWS infrastructure so that these logs can be utilized for security, monitoring or analytics purposes. Centralizing AWS services logs means pushing all the logs generated by the various AWS services used to one single […]

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