AWS Compute Blog
This post is written by Prachi Sharma (Software Development Manager, Amazon SNS), Mithun Mallick (Principal Solutions Architect, AWS Integration Services), and Otavio Ferreira (Sr. Software Development Manager, Amazon SNS). Amazon Simple Notification Service (SNS) is a messaging service for Application-to-Application (A2A) and Application-to-Person (A2P) communication. The A2A functionality provides high-throughput, push-based, many-to-many messaging between distributed […]
This blog post is written by Shruti Koparkar, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Amazon EC2. AWS re:Invent is the most transformative event in cloud computing and it is starting on November 28, 2022. AWS Compute team has many exciting sessions planned for you covering everything from foundational content, to technology deep dives, customer stories, and even […]
During the last few weeks, the AWS serverless team has been releasing a wave of new features in the build-up to AWS re:Invent 2022. This post recaps some of the most important releases for serverless developers building event-driven applications. AWS Lambda Lambda Support for Node.js 18 You can now develop Lambda functions using the Node.js 18 […]
This post is written by Uma Ramadoss (Senior Specialist Solutions Architect), and Jeetendra Vaidya (Senior Solutions Architect). Today, AWS is announcing the availability of container, database, and queue utilization metrics for Amazon Managed Workflows for Apache Airflow (Amazon MWAA). This is a new collection of metrics published by Amazon MWAA in addition to existing Apache […]
Caching data retrieved from external services is an effective way to improve the performance of your Lambda function and reduce costs. Implementing a caching layer has been made simpler with this AWS-managed Lambda extension.
This post demonstrates how to create a Step Functions Express Workflow in one account and call it from a Step Functions Standard Workflow in another account using a new credentials capability of AWS Step Functions.
Node.js 18 is now supported by Lambda. When building your Lambda functions using the zip archive packaging style, use a runtime parameter value of nodejs18.x to get started building with Node.js 18.
This post is written by Vikas Panghal (Principal Product Manager), and Hardik Vasa (Senior Solutions Architect). Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS) is a fully managed message queuing service that makes it easier to decouple and scale microservices, distributed systems, and serverless applications. SQS queues enable asynchronous communication between different application components and ensure that each of these […]
AWS now supports .NET 7 native AOT on Lambda. Read the Lambda Developer Guide for more getting started information. For more details on the performance improvements from using .NET 7 native AOT on Lambda, see the serverless-dotnet-demo repository on GitHub.
This blog post is written by Jagdeep Phoolkumar, Senior Specialist Solution Architect, Flexible Compute and Peter Manastyrny, Senior Product Manager Tech, EC2 Core. Amazon EC2 Spot Instances are unused Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) capacity in the AWS Cloud available at up to a 90% discount compared to On-Demand prices. One of the best […]