AWS Developer Blog

AWS Toolkit for Eclipse: Locally Debug Your Lambda Functions and Amazon API Gateway Using AWS SAM Local

We are pleased to announce that the AWS Toolkit for Eclipse now supports AWS SAM Local for locally debugging your AWS Lambda functions and Amazon API Gateway in Java. See AWS SAM Local for more details about this command line tool. Prerequisites AWS SAM Local is dependent on a Lambda Docker image for running your Lambda functions locally. Before […]

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AWS .NET Team at AWS re:Invent 2017

Steve and I, from the AWS .NET Team, just got back from AWS re:Invent, where we met up with a lot of .NET developers doing some really cool projects on AWS. We also presented two sessions, which are online now. If you weren’t able come to re:Invent and see us, check out the videos online. […]

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Introducing the Amazon DynamoDB DataMapper for JavaScript – Developer Preview

We’re happy to announce that the @aws/dynamodb-data-mapper package is now in Developer Preview and available for you to try via npm. The Amazon DynamoDB DataMapper for JavaScript is a high-level client for writing and reading structured data to and from DynamoDB, built on top of the AWS SDK for JavaScript. Getting started You can install […]

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Introducing Support for Generating Ruby SDKs in Amazon API Gateway

We’re excited to announce support for generating Ruby SDKs from Amazon API Gateway. The Ruby SDKs you generated are compatible with Ruby 1.9 and later. Generated SDKs have first-class support for API keys, custom or AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) authentication, automatic and configurable retries, exception handling, and all privileges of aws-sdk-core version 3 […]

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Deploy an Amazon ECS Cluster Running Windows Server with AWS Tools for PowerShell – Part 1

This is a guest post from Trevor Sullivan, a Seattle-based Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services (AWS). In this blog post, Trevor shows you how to deploy a Windows Server-based container cluster using the AWS Tools for PowerShell. Building and deploying applications on the Windows Server platform is becoming a significantly lighter-weight process. Although you […]

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Using Client-Side Encryption for Amazon S3 in the AWS SDK for PHP

The AWS SDK for PHP released an S3EncryptionClient in version 3.38.0. With client-side encryption, data is encrypted and decrypted directly in your environment. This means that this data is encrypted before it’s transferred to Amazon S3, and you don’t rely on an external service to handle encryption for you. The AWS SDK for PHP implements […]

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Writing and Archiving Custom Metrics using Amazon CloudWatch and AWS Tools for PowerShell

This is a guest post from Trevor Sullivan, a Seattle-based Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services (AWS). Since 2004, Trevor has worked intimately with Microsoft technologies, including PowerShell since its release in 2006. In this article, Trevor takes you through the process of using the AWS Tools for PowerShell to write and export metrics data […]

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Deploying .NET Web Applications Using AWS CodeDeploy with Visual Studio Team Services

Today’s post is from AWS Solution Architect Aravind Kodandaramaiah. We recently announced the new AWS Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio Team Services. In this post, we show you how you can use these tools to deploy your .NET web applications from Team Services to Amazon EC2 instances by using AWS CodeDeploy. We don’t cover setting up the tools in […]

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New Get-ECRLoginCommand for AWS Tools for PowerShell

Today’s post is from AWS Solution Architect and Microsoft MVP for Cloud and Data Center Management, Trevor Sullivan. The AWS Tools for PowerShell now offer a new command that makes it easier to authenticate to the Amazon EC2 Container Registry (Amazon ECR). Amazon EC2 Container Registry (ECR) is a service that enables customers to upload and store […]

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Introducing Amazon DynamoDB Expression Builder in the AWS SDK for Go

This post was authored by Hajime Hayano. The v1.11.0 release of the AWS SDK for Go adds a new expression package that enables you to create Amazon DynamoDB Expressions using statically typed builders. The expression package abstracts away the low-level detail of using DynamoDB Expressions and simplifies the process of using DynamoDB Expressions in DynamoDB […]

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