AWS Management & Governance Blog

Category: AWS Lambda

Migrating to Amazon API Gateway: A Datalex success story

Datalex is an industry leader of omni-channel retail solutions for airlines around the world. The Datalex product portfolio supports end-to-end retail capabilities that include pricing, shopping, and order management. This year, Datalex’s multi-year deal with their API provider was up for renewal. As part of a best practice review, they considered other options. When the […]

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Using AWS Launch Wizard, AWS Marketplace, and AWS Service Management Connector for ServiceNow to deploy SAP HANA based applications on AWS

More than 5,000 of our customers run SAP on AWS and more than half of them have deployed SAP HANA-based solutions on AWS. Since 2008, when SAP became an AWS customer, customers have been bringing their SAP landscapes to AWS and using it as their platform for innovation. AWS Launch Wizard helps customers to deploy […]

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Cloud native application monitoring for AWS

Cloud Native Application Monitoring for AWS

This blog post will show you how DXC used AWS management tools and services to create a custom cloud native application monitoring framework. DXC made this advanced monitoring offering available to their customers, which resulted in improved customer satisfaction. The business driver DXC has a robust set of tools and capabilities to solve customers’ application […]

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The document management system includes KMS, Amazon Cognito identity pool, and a document bucket. Internal and external users are authenticated through a process that uses API Gateway and the identity pool. The Lambda function runs inside the VPC.

Mphasis rearchitects a legacy application to a serverless cloud-native architecture on AWS

Mphasis thrives on business agility and resilience. Its internal operations, especially the core development processes and supporting functions such as sales, client servicing, finance, and administration, are fueled by multiple in-house business applications. For a company to showcase its digital prowess, empower its workforce to innovate, and stay at the cutting edge of technology, these […]

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How BBVA automated responses through event management at scale

In this blog post, we describe how BBVA USA, a financial institution that ranks among the top 25 largest commercial banks, used AWS services to implement event management at scale and centralize its event response. Generally speaking, security compliance in a monolithic environment is easier to monitor and enforce when a small number of hands […]

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Auto tagging blog post

Automatically tag new AWS resources based on identity or role

You might have heard the adage to “tag early, tag often” in infrastructure planning and design sessions. Using accurate, meaningful tags on your AWS resources is a best practice. Consistently applied resource tags deliver organizational benefits such as accurate cost allocation, granular access controls, precisely routed operation issues, and simplified resource operating state changes. This […]

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AWS AppConfig Lambda Extension

Deploying application configuration to serverless: Introducing the AWS AppConfig Lambda extension

At AWS, we feel strongly that separating application configuration from application code is a best practice. Being able to deploy configuration independently from code makes it possible to build services like Service Quotas and launch new services and features right as we announce them. If we didn’t separate these, even a simple configuration change would […]

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Automating Amazon CloudWatch Alarms with AWS Systems Manager

Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring and observability service built for DevOps engineers, developers, Site Reliability Engineers (SRE), and IT managers. CloudWatch provides you with data and actionable insights to monitor your applications, respond to system-wide performance changes, optimize resource utilization, and get a unified view of operational health. Are you looking for an automated way […]

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Instantly monitor serverless applications with AWS Resource Groups

Serverless computing allows you to build and run applications without thinking about servers. Building serverless applications means that your developers can focus on their core product instead of worrying about managing and operating servers. This reduced overhead lets developers reclaim time and energy that can be spent on developing great products that scale and are reliable. […]

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