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A data flow diagram for a Smithy service

Smithy Server and Client Generator for TypeScript (Developer Preview)

We’re excited to announce the Developer Preview of Smithy’s server and client generators for TypeScript. This enables developers to write concise, type-safe code in the same model-first manner that AWS has used to develop its services. Smithy is AWS’s open-source Interface Definition Language (IDL) for web services. AWS uses Smithy and its internal predecessor to […]

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Chaos experiments on Amazon RDS using AWS Fault Injection Simulator

Performing controlled chaos experiments on your Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) database instances and validating the application behavior is essential to making sure that your application stack is resilient. How does the application behave when there is a database failover? Will the connection pooling solution or tools being used gracefully connect after a database failover […]

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Deploy .NET Blazor WebAssembly Application to AWS Amplify

AWS Amplify is a set of purpose-built tools and features that lets developers quickly and easily build CI/CD Pipeline for full-stack applications on AWS. Blazor can run your client-side C# code directly in the browser, using WebAssembly. It is a .NET running on WebAssembly, and you can reuse code and libraries from the server-side parts […]

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How MarketAxess® uses AWS Developer Tools to create scalable and secure CI/CD pipelines

Very often,  enterprise organizations strive to adopt modern DevOps practices, to focus on governance and security without sacrificing development velocity. In this guest post, Prashant Joshi, Senior Cloud Engineer at MarketAxess, explains how they use the AWS Cloud Development Kit (AWS CDK), AWS CodePipeline, and AWS CodeBuild to simplify the developer experience by dynamically provisioning […]

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Building Blue/Green application deployment to Micro Focus Enterprise Server

Organizations running mainframe production workloads often follow the traditional approach of application deployment. To release new features of existing applications into production, the application is redeployed using the new version of software on the existing infrastructure. This poses the following challenges: The cutover of the application deployment from testing to production usually takes place during […]

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Automate code reviews with Amazon CodeGuru Reviewer

A common problem in software development is accidentally or unintentionally merging code with bugs, defects, or security vulnerabilities into your main branch. Finding and mitigating these faulty lines of code deployed to the production environment can cause severe outages in running applications and can cost unnecessary time and effort to fix. Amazon CodeGuru Reviewer tackles […]

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Deploy and Manage Gitlab Runners on Amazon EC2

Gitlab CI is a tool utilized by many enterprises to automate their Continuous integration, continuous delivery and deployment (CI/CD) process. A Gitlab CI/CD pipeline consists of two major components: A .gitlab-ci.yml file describing a pipeline’s jobs, and a Gitlab Runner, an application that executes the pipeline jobs. Setting up the Gitlab Runner is a time-consuming […]

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Monitor AWS resources created by Terraform in Amazon DevOps Guru using tfdevops

This post was written in collaboration with Kapil Thangavelu, CTO at Stacklet Amazon DevOps Guru is a machine learning (ML) powered service that helps developers and operators automatically detect anomalies and improve application availability. DevOps Guru utilizes machine learning models, informed by years of Amazon.com and AWS operational excellence to identify anomalous application behavior (e.g., increased […]

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Define application boundary using AWS resources tags in Amazon DevOps Guru

Amazon DevOps Guru is an ML powered service that makes it easy to improve an application’s operational performance and availability. By analyzing application metrics, logs, events and traces, DevOps Guru identifies behaviors that deviate from normal operating patterns and creates insights that you can use to improve your application. At re:Invent 2021, we announced a […]

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AWS ControlTower Account Vending integration and ChatOps bot architecture

AWS Control Tower Account vending through Amazon Lex ChatBot

In this blog post you will learn about a multi-environment solution that uses a cloud native CICD pipeline to build, test, and deploy a Serverless ChatOps bot that integrates with AWS Control Tower Account Factory for AWS account vending. This solution can be used and integrated with any of your favourite request portal or channel […]

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