Amazon SNS (Simple Notification Service) is a fully managed messaging service that allows you to de-couple and scale for applications. Amazon SNS allows you to have application-to-application (A2A) and application-to-person (A2P) communication.
Amazon SQS (Simple Queue Service) is a fully managed queue service that allows you to de-couple and scale for applications. Amazon SQS offers two types of queues: Standard and FIFO (First In First Out) queues.
In our previous post, we talked about how to use the Cognito authorizer to control access to the API Gateway. What if you don't use Cognito or want to implement your custom logic to figure out whether the user can have access to your services or not. This is where
In one of the previous blog posts, we have talked about creating an AWS Lambda function using Node.js [https://awsmag.com/getting-started-with-aws-lambda-and-node-js/] and deploying it using the console. We used a template function provided by AWS and use the console to configure it. We have also talked about What
In the previous post of this series, we have talked about AWS Lambda [https://awsmag.com/an-introduction-to-aws-lambda/], AWS SAM [https://awsmag.com/what-is-aws-sam-serverless-application-model/]and what is serverless computing [https://awsmag.com/what-is-serverless-computing/] in general. In this post, we will write a small function that can be deployed to AWS Lambda
What is AWS Lambda? AWS Lambda is serverless compute service offered by Amazon Web Services. It lets you run the code without provisioning the servers in advance. The code which users run on AWS Lambda is called functions. Each function runs in a self-contained environment and uses a runtime defined