AWS Developer Blog

AWS Chalice 1.5.0 adds support for more AWS Lambda event sources

Version 1.5.0 of AWS Chalice, a microframework for writing serverless applications in python, adds support for three new event sources in AWS Lambda. You can now configure a Lambda function to be invoked automatically in response to an Amazon SNS message being published to a topic, an Amazon SQS message being sent to a queue, […]

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AWS Lambda .NET Core 2.1 Support Released

Today we released support for the new .NET Core 2.1.0 runtime in AWS Lambda. You can now take advantage of this version’s more performant HTTP client. This is particularly important when integrating with other AWS services from your AWS Lambda function. You can also start using highly anticipated new language features such as Span<T> and […]

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Introducing support for Amazon S3 Select in the AWS SDK for Go

We’re excited to announce support for the Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3) SelectObjectContent API with EventStream in the AWS SDK for Go. Using Amazon S3 Select, you can query for a subset of data from an S3 object by using simple SQL expressions. Amazon S3 streams the responses as a series of events, instead […]

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.NET Core 2.1 and AWS

We’re excited about the recently released .NET Core 2.1, and we’re sure many of our AWS .NET developers are also eager to get started with .NET Core 2.1. Look forward to future announcements from us as we get our AWS services, such as AWS Elastic Beanstalk, AWS Lambda, and AWS CodeBuild, updated for .NET Core […]

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AWS SDK for Go 2.0 – Generated Marshalers

The AWS SDK for Go 2.0 has released generated marshalers for the restjson and restxml protocols. Generated marshalers will help with the performance and customer issues the SDK had been receiving. To better understand what was causing the performance hit, we used Go’s benchmark tooling to help us determine the main bottleneck—reflection. The reflection package […]

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Publishing to HTTP/HTTPs Endpoints Using SNS and the AWS SDK for Java

We’re pleased to announce new additions to the AWS SDK for Java (version 1.11.274 or later) that makes it easy to securely process Amazon SNS messages via an HTTP/HTTPS endpoint. Before this update, customers had to deal with unmarshalling Amazon SNS messages sent to HTTP endpoints and validating their authenticity. Not only was this tedious, […]

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New AWS X-Ray .NET Core Support

In our AWS re:Invent talk this year, we preannounced support for .NET Core 2.0 with AWS Lambda and support for .NET Core 2.0 with AWS X-Ray. Last month we released the AWS Lambda support for .NET Core 2.0. This week we released the AWS X-Ray support for .NET Core 2.0, with new 2.0 beta versions […]

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