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We hear great feedback about AWS CDK’s construct programming model, which enables Developers to build constructs, or higher level components, which pre-configure cloud resources with sensible defaults. The AWS CDK team maintains AWS constructs as part of the AWS Construct Library. Another AWS project includes AWS Solutions Constructs, which are vetted architecture patterns that can be easily assembled to create production-ready workloads. There’s also CDK Patterns, an open source collection of AWS Serverless Architecture constructs that Liberty IT is sharing after building some of them initially for their own internal use.
What’s really exciting about CDK is the vibrant open source community coming together around this project. For example, while AWS CDK currently uses AWS CloudFormation to provision AWS infrastructure, AWS CDK can be adapted to work with a variety of technologies. Earlier this year an AWS team led the way with cdk8s, a framework for defining Kubernetes YAML in familiar programming languages. Similarly, members of the community, including Hashicorp., have come together to create cdk for Terraform so CDK enthusiasts can use CDK to more easily define HCL.
If you want to learn more, the community is organizing CDK Day on September 30th. It is the first-ever community-led virtual summit for everyone interested in CDK. Whether you’re new to CDK or a core maintainer, we hope you check it out!
A small group of community members from across the globe thought this was something worth celebrating so we are going to take one day and showcase the brightest and best of cdk from across the whole product family. During the day we plan to mix introduction talks with hands on builders sessions so that everyone can leave having learned something new.
Learn from IDC, Red Hat, and AWS on how your organization can benefit from containers on the cloud.
FROM THE COMMUNITY
Q&A with Kesha Williams, AWS Machine Learning Hero
HANDS ON TUTORIALS
Managing AWS ParallelCluster SSH users with OpenLDAP
Dgraph on AWS: Setting up a horizontally scalable graph database
OpenShift 4 on AWS Quick Starts
Announcing the General Availability of Bottlerocket, an open source Linux distribution built to run containers
Meet Bottlerocket, a new open source Linux distribution that is built to run containers. Bottlerocket is developed as an open source project on GitHub with a public roadmap. We look forward to building a community around Bottlerocket on GitHub and welcome your feature requests, bug reports, or contributions.
Introducing the Amazon AppFlow APIs and SDK
Amazon AppFlow is a fully managed integration service that enables customers to securely transfer data between AWS services and software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, now can be accessed programmatically. The Amazon AppFlow APIs and SDK enable developers to set up flows between source and destinations supported by Amazon AppFlow, create connector profiles and execute flows programmatically. Using the Amazon AppFlow APIs and the SDK, developers can incorporate Amazon AppFlow directly into their DevOps pipelines for data integrations.
Announcing RxJava Support in Amplify Android
RxJava is a Java VM implementation of Reactive Extensions. RxJava is widely used by Android developers as a means to simplify asynchronous programming. Amplify Android is part of the open source Amplify Framework. Amplify makes it easy for developers to build Android apps with AWS-powered functionality, such as auth, data modeling, storage, and analytics.
AWS Step Functions increases payload size to 256KB
AWS Step Functions now supports payload sizes up to 256KB. Previously, the limit was 32,768 characters. Now, you can pass larger payloads in your standard and express workflows, allowing Step Functions to seamlessly coordinate multiple services like AWS Lambda, Amazon SNS, and Amazon SQS that already support larger payloads.
AWS X-Ray launches Auto-Instrumentation Agent for Java
AWS X-Ray is launching the Java auto-instrumentation agent, enabling customers to collect trace data without having to modify existing Java-based applications. With the launch of the auto-instrumentation agent, you can trace Java web-and servlet-based applications with minimal configuration change and no code change.