AWS Developer Blog

Introducing Transaction Support in aws-record

Introducing Transaction Support in aws-record The aws-record Ruby Gem is a data mapper abstraction layer over Amazon DynamoDB, a key-value and document database that delivers single-digit millisecond performance at any scale. Recently, support for transactions was added to DynamoDB. DynamoDB transactions simplify the developer experience of making coordinated, all-or-nothing changes to multiple items both within […]

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Updates for serverless ASP.NET Core

Elastic Load Balancing recently added support for routing requests from an Application Load Balancer to AWS Lambda functions. This enables developers who are already using an Application Load Balancer to easily add serverless functionality to their existing applications. Amazon API Gateway also updated the requests and responses sent to Lambda functions to include multivalue support […]

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AWS X-Ray support for .NET Core is GA

Last year the X-Ray team released a preview 2.0 version of the AWS X-Ray libraries for .NET Core. Today, these libraries are generally available (GA) as version 2.5. AWS X-Ray helps developers analyze and debug distributed applications, such as those built using a microservices architecture. With X-Ray, you can understand how your application and its […]

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Archiving Data to Amazon S3 Glacier using PowerShell

The final update of the AWS Tools for PowerShell in 2018 added support for Amazon S3 Glacier. Amazon S3 Glacier is a secure, durable, and extremely low-cost cloud storage service for data archiving and long-term backup. The update to the AWS PowerShell modules added cmdlets to support both control and data plane APIs for the […]

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Announcing Ruby build support for AWS SAM CLI

At AWS re:Invent 2018, we announced Ruby support in AWS Lambda. The Ruby runtime in Lambda has built-in logic to make packaging your dependencies simple. AWS SAM CLI is a CLI tool currently in beta for local development and testing of serverless applications. It encapsulates several build, test, and deployment patterns for Lambda functions. Today, […]

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Introducing the ASP.NET Core Identity Provider Preview for Amazon Cognito

Yesterday we announced the general availability of the Amazon CognitoAuthentication Extension Library, which enables .NET Core developers to easily integrate with Amazon Cognito in their application. We want to further simplify the integration process into ASP.NET Core, so today we’re releasing the developer preview of the custom ASP.NET Core Identity Provider for Amazon Cognito. Targeting […]

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Now generally available: Amazon CognitoAuthentication Extension Library

We’re excited to announce the general availability of the Amazon CognitoAuthentication Extension Library! The general availability release adds security, improves performance, and fixes bugs to the previously available developer preview. This library simplifies the authentication process of Amazon Cognito user pools for .NET Core and Xamarin applications, and targets .NET Standard 2.0. Amazon Cognito user […]

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.NET Core configuration provider for AWS Systems Manager

Today, we released a new NuGet package, Amazon.Extensions.Configuration.SystemsManager. This NuGet package simplifies how your application loads the application configuration settings in the AWS Systems Manager Parameter Store into the .NET Core configuration system. Configuration in .NET Core is quite different from what we’re used to in the .NET Framework. With the .NET Framework, we had […]

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