Introducing CloudFront Functions – Run Your Code at the Edge with Low Latency at Any Scale

With Amazon CloudFront, you can securely deliver data, videos, applications, and APIs to your customers globally with low latency and high transfer speeds. To offer a customized experience and the lowest possible latency, many modern applications execute some form of logic at the edge. The use cases for applying logic at the edge can be Read more about Introducing CloudFront Functions – Run Your Code at the Edge with Low Latency at Any Scale[…]

Modern Apps Live – Learn Serverless, Containers and more During May

Modern Apps Live is a series of events about modern application development that will be live-streaming on Twitch in May. Session topics include serverless, containers, and mobile and front-end development. If you’re not familiar, modern applications are those that: Can scale quickly to millions of users. Have global availability. Manage a lot of data (we’re talking exabytes of Read more about Modern Apps Live – Learn Serverless, Containers and more During May[…]

Introducing Amazon S3 Object Lambda – Use Your Code to Process Data as It Is Being Retrieved from S3

When you store data in Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), you can easily share it for use by multiple applications. However, each application has its own requirements and may need a different view of the data. For example, a dataset created by an e-commerce application may include personally identifiable information (PII) that is not needed Read more about Introducing Amazon S3 Object Lambda – Use Your Code to Process Data as It Is Being Retrieved from S3[…]

New – A Shared File System for Your Lambda Functions

I am very happy to announce that AWS Lambda functions can now mount an Amazon Elastic File System (EFS), a scalable and elastic NFS file system storing data within and across multiple availability zones (AZ) for high availability and durability. In this way, you can use a familiar file system interface to store and share data across Read more about New – A Shared File System for Your Lambda Functions[…]

Welcome to the Serverless-First Function Virtual Events

When you develop a serverless application, you can focus on the core features you want to build, instead of worrying about managing and operating servers, databases, or storage systems. To simplify adoption and use of serverless technologies, we launched many new features in the last few months. For example, just to pick up a few: Read more about Welcome to the Serverless-First Function Virtual Events[…]

New – Amazon EventBridge Schema Registry is Now Generally Available

Amazon EventBridge is a serverless event bus that makes it easy to connect applications together. It can use data from AWS services, your own applications, and integrations with Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) partners. Last year at re:Invent, we introduced in preview EventBridge schema registry and discovery, a way to store the structure of the events (the schema) in a central Read more about New – Amazon EventBridge Schema Registry is Now Generally Available[…]

New – Amazon Keyspaces (for Apache Cassandra) is Now Generally Available

We introduced Amazon Managed Apache Cassandra Service (MCS) in preview at re:Invent last year. In the few months that passed, the service introduced many new features, and it is generally available today with a new name: Amazon Keyspaces (for Apache Cassandra). Amazon Keyspaces is built on Apache Cassandra, and you can use it as a fully managed, Read more about New – Amazon Keyspaces (for Apache Cassandra) is Now Generally Available[…]

New – Serverless Lens in AWS Well-Architected Tool

When you build and run applications in the cloud, how often are you asking yourself “am I doing this right” ? This is actually a very good question, and to let you get a good answer, we released publicly in 2015 the AWS Well-Architected Framework, a formal approach to compare your workload against our best practices, and get Read more about New – Serverless Lens in AWS Well-Architected Tool[…]

New – Provisioned Concurrency for Lambda Functions

It’s really true that time flies, especially when you don’t have to think about servers: AWS Lambda just turned 5 years old and the team is always looking for new ways to help customers build and run applications in an easier way. As more mission critical applications move to serverless, customers need more control over the performance Read more about New – Provisioned Concurrency for Lambda Functions[…]

New – Using Step Functions to Orchestrate Amazon EMR workloads

AWS Step Functions allows you to add serverless workflow automation to your applications. The steps of your workflow can run anywhere, including in AWS Lambda functions, on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), or on-premises. To simplify building workflows, Step Functions is directly integrated with multiple AWS Services: Amazon ECS, AWS Fargate, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Simple Read more about New – Using Step Functions to Orchestrate Amazon EMR workloads[…]