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Amazon Route 53 is AWS’s highly available and scalable cloud Domain Name System (DNS) web service. The design gives developers and businesses an extremely reliable and cost-effective way to route end users to Internet applications. However, many companies will already have hosted their DNS with another party before starting AWS. In this post, we are… Continue reading Cross Account domain management (DNS) with Route 53
Are you including external libraries in your Python Lambda with AWS CDK? You’ll be looking to install your dependencies from your requirements.txt. How do you make sure these external libraries are available at runtime for your execution? By using @aws-cdk/AWS-lambda-python. We’ll walk through what the requirements.txt is, what the CDK construct AWS-lambda-python is and do… Continue reading Using external libraries in your Python AWS Lambda in AWS CDK
AWS EventBridge is an architecture changing tool, and it will transform the way you think about serverless development. It helps you build event-driven applications at scale across AWS, existing systems or SaaS apps. It shifts you’re thinking on how distributed systems work from a pipeline towards an event-based model. If you haven’t read up on… Continue reading Building you’re first AWS Lambda with Amazon EventBridge.
Introduction AWS EventBridge is an architecture changing tool, it will transform the way you think about serverless development. It helps you build event-driven applications at scale across AWS, existing systems or SaaS apps. It shifts you’re thinking on how distributed systems work from a pipeline towards an event-based model. Event-based processing So what does that… Continue reading Decoupling Microservices with AWS EventBridge
In this post we will walk through how you can structure your AWS CDK projects so that it makes sense for others. In short, we want to limit the amount of WTFs/minute of your AWS CDK code. At the end of this post You will have a better understanding of the possibilities of structuring your… Continue reading This is how you could structure your AWS CDK project