AWS Compute Blog

Integrating Amazon MemoryDB for Redis with Java-based AWS Lambda

This post is written by Mansi Y Doshi, Consultant and Aditya Goteti, Sr. Lead Consultant. Enterprises are modernizing and migrating their applications to the AWS Cloud to improve scalability, reduce cost, innovate, and reduce time to market new features. Legacy applications are often built with RDBMS as the only backend solution. Modernizing legacy Java applications […]

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Deploying Local Gateway Ingress Routing on AWS Outposts

This post is written by Leonardo Solano, Senior Hybrid Cloud Solution Architect and Chris Lunsford, Senior Specialist Solutions Architect, AWS Outposts. AWS Outposts lets customers use the same Amazon Virtual Private Cloud (VPC) security mechanisms, such as security groups and network access control lists, to control traffic flows for on-premises applications running on Outposts. Some […]

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Proposed architecture

Lifting and shifting a web application to AWS Serverless: Part 2

In part 1, you learn if it is possible to migrate a non-serverless web application to a serverless environment without changing much code. You learn different tools that can help you in this process, like Lambda Web Adaptor and AWS Amplify. By the end, you have migrated an application into a serverless environment. However, if […]

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How the application looks like

Lifting and shifting a web application to AWS Serverless: Part 1

Customers migrating to the cloud often want to get the benefits of serverless architecture. But what is the best approach and is it possible? There are many strategies to do a migration, but lift and shift is often the fastest way to get to production with the migrated workload. You might also wonder if it’s […]

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Reference architecture

Introducing message data protection for Amazon SNS

This post shows how message data protection enables a topic owner to discover and protect sensitive data that is exchanged through SNS topics. The example shows how to create a data protection policy that generates audit reports for sensitive data and blocks messages from delivery to specific subscribers if the payload contains sensitive data.

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Introducing new intrinsic functions for AWS Step Functions

Developers use AWS Step Functions, a low-code visual workflow service to build distributed applications, automate IT and business processes, and orchestrate AWS services with minimal code. Step Functions Amazon States Language (ASL) provides a set of functions known as intrinsics that perform basic data transformations. Customers have asked for additional intrinsics to perform more data […]

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Building cost-effective AWS Step Functions workflows

Builders create AWS Step Functions workflows to orchestrate multiple services into business-critical applications with minimal code. Customers are looking for best practices and guidelines to build cost-effective workflows with Step Functions. This blog post explains the difference between Standard and Express Workflows. It shows the cost of running the same workload as Express or Standard […]

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Diving Deep into EC2 Spot Instance Cost and Operational Practices

This blog post is written by, Sudhi Bhat, Senior Specialist SA, Flexible Compute. Amazon EC2 Spot Instances are one of the popular choices among customers looking to cost optimize their workload running on AWS. Spot Instances let you take advantage of unused Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) capacity in the AWS cloud and are […]

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Speeding up incremental changes with AWS SAM Accelerate and nested stacks

This blog written by Jeff Marcinko, Sr. Technical Account Manager, Health Care & Life Sciencesand Brian Zambrano, Sr. Specialist Solutions Architect, Serverless. Developers and operators have been using the AWS Serverless Application Model (AWS SAM) to author, build, test, and deploy serverless applications in AWS for over three years. Since its inception, the AWS SAM […]

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