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Introducing Amazon SNS FIFO – First-In-First-Out Pub/Sub Messaging

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When designing a distributed software architecture, it is important to define how services exchange information. For example, the use of asynchronous communication decouples components and simplifies scaling, reducing the impact of changes and making it easier to release new features. The two most common forms of asynchronous service-to-service communication are message queues and publish/subscribe messaging: With message queues, messages are stored on the queue until they are processed and deleted by… Read More »Introducing Amazon SNS FIFO – First-In-First-Out Pub/Sub Messaging

Public Preview – AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry

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It took me a while to figure out what observability was all about. A year or two I asked around and my colleagues told me that I needed to follow Charity Majors and to read her blog (done, and done). Just this week, Charity tweeted: Kislay’s tweet led to his blog post, Observing is not Debugging, which I found very helpful. As Charity noted, Kislay tells us that Observability is… Read More »Public Preview – AWS Distro for OpenTelemetry

New – Use AWS PrivateLink to Access AWS Lambda Over Private AWS Network

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by Harunobu Kameda | on 20 OCT 2020 | in AWS Lambda, AWS PrivateLink, Compute, Networking & Content Delivery | Permalink | |  Share AWS Lambda is a serverless computing service that lets you run code without provisioning or managing servers. You simply upload your code and Lambda does all the work to execute and scale your code for high availability. Many AWS customers today use this serverless computing platform… Read More »New – Use AWS PrivateLink to Access AWS Lambda Over Private AWS Network

New – Amazon RDS on Graviton2 Processors

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by Sébastien Stormacq | on 15 OCT 2020 | in Amazon RDS, Launch, News | Permalink | |  Share I recently wrote a post to announce the availability of M6g, R6g and C6g families of instances on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2). These instances offer better cost-performance ratio than their x86 counterparts. They are based on AWS-designed AWS Graviton2 processors, utilizing 64-bit Arm Neoverse N1 cores. Starting today, you can… Read More »New – Amazon RDS on Graviton2 Processors