AWS Developer Blog

Category: .NET

Environment Variables with .NET Core and Elastic Beanstalk

Along with Elastic Beanstalk’s recent release of adding Linux support for .NET Core, the Beanstalk team has also been working to standardize the support for environment variables across both the Linux and Windows .NET Core Beanstalk platforms. This means using the latest platform version for either the Linux or Windows, you can set environment variables […]

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AWS Elastic Beanstalk adds .NET Core on Linux platform

Today the AWS Elastic Beanstalk service extends its .NET support with the creation of the new .NET Core on Linux platform. This new platform version makes it easy to get ASP.NET Core applications deployed to AWS quickly for either a dev stack or a full production environment including enhanced health, patching, autoscaling, and rolling deployments. […]

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End-of-support for Windows PowerShell 2

Following the end of support of Windows Server 2008 R2, in March 2020 we announced that we require Windows PowerShell 3.0+ and .NET Framework 4.5+ as prerequisite for all new releases of AWSPowerShell. As of June 1st, 2020 we no longer release new AWSPowerShell versions compatible with Windows PowerShell 2. The existing versions of AWSPowerShell […]

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Orchestrating an application process with AWS Batch using AWS CDK

In many real work applications, you can use custom Docker images with AWS Batch and AWS Cloud Development Kit(CDK) to execute complex jobs efficiently. AWS CDK is an open source software development framework to model and provision your cloud application resources using familiar programming languages, including TypeScript, JavaScript, Python, C# and Java. For the solution […]

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Introducing .NET Core Support for AWS Amplify Backend Functions

Earlier this month, the AWS Amplify team announced support for backend functions that use runtimes beyond the existing support for Node.js. With this new feature, customers can now write backend functions using Python, Java, Go, and .NET Core to handle requests from their REST or GraphQL APIs, triggers from services like Amazon DynamoDB and Amazon […]

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One Month Update to .NET Core 3.1 Lambda

One Month Update to .NET Core 3.1 Lambda About one month ago we released the .NET Core 3.1 Lambda runtime. Since then we have seen a lot excitement for creating new .NET Core 3.1 Lambda functions or porting existing Lambda functions to .NET Core 3.1. We have also received some great feedback and as a […]

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