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Tag: Python

Chalice – 1.0.0 GA Release

We’re excited to announce the 1.0.0 GA (Generally Available) release of Chalice! Chalice is an open source serverless microframework that enables you to create and maintain application backends with a variety of AWS resources. These include: AWS Lambda Amazon API Gateway AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) Amazon Cognito Amazon CloudWatch Amazon CloudWatch Events AWS […]

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Chalice Version 1.0.0b1 Is Now Available

We’ve just released Chalice version 1.0.0b1, the first preview release of Chalice 1.0.0. Since our last post that showcased the 0.9.0 release we’ve added numerous features we’re excited to share with you. Support for built in authorizers. In earlier versions of Chalice, you could integrate a custom authorizer with your Chalice application. However, you had […]

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Chalice Version 0.9.0 is Now Available

The latest preview version of Chalice, our microframework for Python serverless application development, is now available. This release includes a couple of commonly requested features: Binary content type support. Chalice now automatically configures support for binary payloads in Amazon API Gateway. Configuration options for AWS Lambda functions. You can now configure the amount of memory, […]

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Using Python and Amazon SQS FIFO Queues to Preserve Message Sequencing

Thanks to Alexandre Pinhel, Solutions Architect from our team for writing this post! Amazon SQS is a managed message queuing service that makes it simple to decouple application components. We recently announced an entirely new queue type, SQS FIFO (first-in, first out) queues with exactly-once processing and deduplication. SQS FIFO queues are now available in […]

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Chalice Version 0.6.0 is Now Available

The latest preview version of Chalice, our microframework for Python serverless application development, now includes a couple of commonly requested features: Customizing the HTTP response. A new Response class, chalice.Response, enables you to customize the HTTP response by specifying the status code, body, and a mapping of HTTP headers to return. The tutorial in the […]

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Chalice 0.4 & 0.5 Deliver Local Testing and Multifile Application Capabilities for Python Serverless Application Development

We’re continuing to add features to Chalice, a preview release of our microframework for Python serverless application development using AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway. Chalice is designed to make it simple and fast for Python developers to create REST APIs built in a serverless framework. In our latest releases, we’ve added initial versions for a couple […]

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Preview the Python Serverless Microframework for AWS

Serverless computing is one of the most talked-about subjects among AWS customers. The AWS serverless offerings, AWS Lambda and Amazon API Gateway, make it possible for developers to create and run API applications with built-in, virtually unlimited scalability without managing any servers. Today the AWS Developer Tools team is excited to announce the preview of […]

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How to Analyze AWS Config Snapshots with ElasticSearch and Kibana

Introduction In this blog post, I will walk you through a turn-key solution that includes one of our most recently released services, AWS Config. This solution shows how to automate the ingestion of your AWS Config snapshots into the ElasticSearch/Logstash/Kibana (ELK) stack for searching and mapping your AWS environments. Using this functionality, you can do […]

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Serverless Service Discovery: Part 4: Registrar

In this, the last part of our serverless service discovery series, we will show how to register and look up a new service. We will add these components: AWS Lambda Registrar Agent In Docker, it is common to have container agents that add functionality to your Docker deployment. We will borrow from this concept and […]

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