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Tag: .NET

Deploy an Existing ASP.NET Core Web API to AWS Lambda

In the previous post, we talked about the new ASP.NET Core Web API blueprint for AWS Lambda, and the Amazon.Lambda.AspNetCoreServer NuGet package that made it possible to run the ASP.NET Core Web API through Lambda. But what if you already have an existing ASP.NET Core Web API that you want to try as a serverless […]

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Amazon CloudWatch Logs and .NET Logging Frameworks

You can use Amazon CloudWatch Logs to monitor, store, and access your application’s logs. To get log data into CloudWatch Logs, you can use an AWS SDK or install the CloudWatch Log agent to monitor certain log folders. Today, we’ve made it even easier to use CloudWatch Logs with .NET applications by integrating CloudWatch Logs […]

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AWS Serverless Applications in Visual Studio

In the last post, I talked about the AWS Lambda Project template. The other new project template we added to Visual Studio is the AWS Serverless Application. This is our AWS Toolkit for Visual Studio implementation of the new AWS Serverless Application Model. Using this project type, you can develop a collection of AWS Lambda […]

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Using the AWS Lambda Project in Visual Studio

Last week we launched C# and .NET Core support for AWS Lambda. That release provided updated tooling for Visual Studio to help you get started writing your AWS Lambda functions and deploy them right from Visual Studio. In this post, we describe how to create, deploy, and test an AWS Lambda project. Creating a Lambda […]

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Retry Throttling

In this blog post, we discuss the existing request retry feature, and the new retry throttling feature that we have rolled out in the AWS SDK for .NET V3 from version 3.3.4.0 of the AWSSDK.Core package. In request retry, client side requests are retried, and often succeed, in cases involving transient network or service issues. […]

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Configuring AWS SDK with .NET Core

One of the biggest changes in .NET Core is the removal of ConfigurationManager and the standard app.config and web.config files that were used ubiquitously with .NET Framework and ASP.NET applications. The AWS SDK for .NET used this configuration system to set things like AWS credentials and region so that you wouldn’t have to do this […]

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Custom Elastic Beanstalk Application Deployments

In the previous post, you learned how to use the new deployment manifest for the the Windows container in AWS Elastic Beanstalk to deploy a collection of ASP.NET Core and traditional ASP.NET applications. The deployment manifest supports a third deployment type, custom application deployment. Custom application deployment is a powerful feature for advanced users who […]

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Multiple Application Support for .NET and Elastic Beanstalk

In the previous post we talked about the new deployment manifest you can use to deploy applications to AWS Elastic Beanstalk. You can now use the deployment manifest to deploy multiple applications to the same Elastic Beanstalk environment. The deployment manifest supports ASP.NET Core web applications and msdeploy archives for traditional ASP.NET applications. Imagine a […]

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