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DLQ redrive

Introducing Amazon Simple Queue Service dead-letter queue redrive to source queues

This blog post is written by Mark Richman, a Senior Solutions Architect for SMB. Today AWS is launching a new capability to enhance the dead-letter queue (DLQ) management experience for Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS). DLQ redrive to source queues allows SQS to manage the lifecycle of unconsumed messages stored in DLQs. SQS is a […]

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Filtering event sources for AWS Lambda functions

This post is written by Heeki Park, Principal Specialist Solutions Architect – Serverless. When an AWS Lambda function is configured with an event source, the Lambda service triggers a Lambda function for each message or record. The exact behavior depends on the choice of event source and the configuration of the event source mapping. The […]

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Query large datasets

Visualizing AWS Step Functions workflows from the Amazon Athena console

Amazon Athena console now provides an integration with AWS Step Functions’ workflows. You can use the provided patterns to create and visualize Step Functions’ workflows directly from the Amazon Athena console. Step Functions’ workflows that use Athena’s optimized API integration appear in the Athena console. To learn more about Amazon Athena, read the user guide.

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Offset lag metric for Amazon MSK as an event source for Lambda

This post written by Adam Wagner, Principal Serverless Solutions Architect. Last year, AWS announced support for Amazon Managed Streaming for Apache Kafka (MSK) and self-managed Apache Kafka clusters as event sources for AWS Lambda. Today, AWS adds a new OffsetLag metric to Lambda functions with MSK or self-managed Apache Kafka event sources. Offset in Apache […]

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Resource policies

Expanding cross-Region event routing with Amazon EventBridge

With cross-Region event routing in EventBridge, you can now route events to and from any AWS Region. This post explains how to manage and configure cross-Region event routing using CloudFormation and EventBridge resource policies to simplify rule propagation across your global event bus infrastructure. Finally, I walk through an example you can deploy to your AWS account.

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Consumer function log stream

Introducing mutual TLS authentication for Amazon MSK as an event source

This post is written by Uma Ramadoss, Senior Specialist Solutions Architect, Integration. Today, AWS Lambda is introducing mutual TLS (mTLS) authentication for Amazon Managed Streaming for Apache Kafka (Amazon MSK) and self-managed Kafka as an event source. Many customers use Amazon MSK for streaming data from multiple producers. Multiple subscribers can then consume the streaming […]

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Publishing messages in batch to Amazon SNS topics

This post is written by Heeki Park (Principal Solutions Architect, Serverless Specialist), Marc Pinaud (Senior Product Manager, Amazon SNS), Amir Eldesoky (Software Development Engineer, Amazon SNS), Jack Li (Software Development Engineer, Amazon SNS), and William Nguyen (Software Development Engineer, Amazon SNS). Today, we are announcing the ability for AWS customers to publish messages in batch […]

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Modernizing deployments with container images in AWS Lambda

This post is written by Joseph Keating, AWS Modernization Architect, and Virginia Chu, Sr. DevSecOps Architect. Container image support for AWS Lambda enables developers to package function code and dependencies using familiar patterns and tools. With this pattern, developers use standard tools like Docker to package their functions as container images and deploy them to […]

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Lambda poller

Understanding how AWS Lambda scales with Amazon SQS standard queues

This post explores Lambda’s scaling behavior when subscribed to SQS standard queues. It walks through several ways to scale faster and maximize Lambda throughput when needed. This includes increasing the memory allocation for the Lambda function, increasing batch size, catching errors, and making configuration changes.

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