Networking & Content Delivery

Category: Amazon DynamoDB

Choosing the right health check with Elastic Load Balancing and EC2 Auto Scaling

Customers frequently use Elastic Load Balancing (ELB) load balancers and Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling groups (ASG) to build scalable, resilient workloads. When configured correctly, Amazon ELB health checks help make your workload more resilient to failures in your workload components behind the load balancer. However, you may need to make tradeoffs for handling different failure […]

Tag-based invalidation in Amazon CloudFront

In this post, we demonstrate how to implement tag-based invalidation in Amazon CloudFront with Lambda@Edge, Amazon DynamoDB, AWS Lambda, and AWS Step Functions. This post provides you with a reference architecture and sample code artifacts to help you deploy and test tag-based invalidation. Let’s look at some use cases where tagging pages together might be […]

Automating HTTP/S Redirects and certificate management at scale

Organizations today use many ways to drive traffic to their websites and applications. This is important for new feature launches, marketing campaigns, advertising, and so on. One common approach uses HTTP/S redirects, where you send a user from one domain, or Uniform Resource Locator (URL), to another. Redirects are incredibly useful tools when moving websites, […]

Building a Serverless Subscription Service using Lambda@Edge

Personalizing content helps to drive subscriptions, improve revenue, and increase retention rates by providing a more engaging and responsive customer experience. In this blog post, we’ll show you how to build a serverless subscription service for your website that personalizes and monetizes content by using Amazon CloudFront and AWS Lambda@Edge. Customers have typically used content delivery networks […]