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Introducing .NET Annotations Lambda Framework (Preview)

Recently we released the .NET 6 managed runtime for Lambda. Along with the new Lambda runtime we have also been working on a new framework for writing .NET 6 Lambda functions called Lambda Annotations. The Annotations framework makes the experience of writing Lambda feel more natural in C#. It also takes care of synchronizing the […]

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Building an Apache Kafka data processing Java application using the AWS CDK

Building an Apache Kafka data processing Java application using the AWS CDK Piotr Chotkowski, Cloud Application Development Consultant, AWS Professional Services Using a Java application to process data queued in Apache Kafka is a common use case across many industries. Event-driven and microservices architectures, for example, often rely on Apache Kafka for data streaming and […]

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.NET 5 AWS Lambda Support with Container Images

Yesterday, the AWS Lambda team announced support for publishing Lambda functions as container images. As part of that release, we updated the AWS Lambda .NET tooling to support building Lambda functions as container images for .NET Core 2.1 and 3.1, as well as full support for .NET 5. .NET 5, which was released last month, […]

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Exploring .NET 5 with the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio

This week, .NET 5.0 was officially released. Read about how you can get more out of your .NET investments on AWS and some of the services and tools that we have worked on to support  .NET 5 on AWS. In this post we show how you can use the AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio to […]

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Handling arbitrary HTTP requests in Amazon API Gateway

In this post, I walk you through the steps to build a serverless web application that can accept arbitrary HTTP requests and use custom logic to return arbitrary responses. The concepts in this post are applicable to any situation where you require flexible control over the HTTP requests received and returned by an application that uses […]

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Announcing Ruby build support for AWS SAM CLI

At AWS re:Invent 2018, we announced Ruby support in AWS Lambda. The Ruby runtime in Lambda has built-in logic to make packaging your dependencies simple. AWS SAM CLI is a CLI tool currently in beta for local development and testing of serverless applications. It encapsulates several build, test, and deployment patterns for Lambda functions. Today, […]

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New AWS X-Ray .NET Core Support

In our AWS re:Invent talk this year, we preannounced support for .NET Core 2.0 with AWS Lambda and support for .NET Core 2.0 with AWS X-Ray. Last month we released the AWS Lambda support for .NET Core 2.0. This week we released the AWS X-Ray support for .NET Core 2.0, with new 2.0 beta versions […]

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Serverless ASP.NET Core 2.0 Applications

In our previous post, we announced the release of the .NET Core 2.0 AWS Lambda runtime and new versions of our .NET tooling to help you develop .NET Core 2.0-based serverless applications. Also, with the new .NET Core 2.0 Lambda runtime, we’ve released our ASP.NET Core NuGet Package, Amazon.Lambda.AspNetCoreServer, for general availability. Version 2.0.0 of […]

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AWS Lambda .NET Core 2.0 Support Released

Today we’ve released the highly anticipated .NET Core 2.0 AWS Lambda runtime that is available in all Lambda-supported regions. With .NET Core 2.0, it’s easier to move existing .NET Framework code to .NET Core with the much larger API defined in .NET Standard 2.0, which .NET Core 2.0 implements. Using Visual Studio 2017 The easiest […]

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