Top Links from Issue #278

This issue was published on May 7, 2024

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Exploring Advanced Error Handling Patterns with Event-Driven Architecture — Part II by Mario Bittencourt
In our previous article, we discussed the subtleties of error handling with event-driven applications. We presented a framework for addressing those at the design level and were left with one unsolved issue: the catchAll approach when using workflows (sagas/process managers).


Enhancing security for Lambda function URLs
AWS has introduced support for Origin Access Control on Lambda function URLs. This new feature ensures more secure and consistent content delivery for our function URLs. 1. The scenario AWS has recently announced the support for CloudFront Origin Access Control with Lambda function URL origins.


AWS — Properly delete messages between Lambdas and SQS Queues
AWS - Properly delete messages between Lambdas and SQS Queues A lot of people may already know this, but posting for some who need clarity after sifting through the conflicting information that I found on the net.


Amazon Q Developer is now generally available
Today, AWS announces the general availability of Amazon Q Developer, a generative AI–powered assistant that reimagines your experience across the entire software development lifecycle (SDLC).


In Real-Time notification system using WebSockets on AWS by Kevin MONVOISIN
We will cover how to efficiently create a WebSockets API Gateway and send real-time messages from our Lambda functions to our WebSockets client to make our applications more interactive.

Honorable Mentions

There are so many great blog posts, tutorials, use cases, and more shared each week by the #serverless community, that picking just a few to feature is really hard. So here are some other honorable mentions chosen by our readers.

Announcing the general availability of Amazon Q Business and Amazon Q Apps (Preview)
Today, AWS announces the general availability of Amazon Q Business and the preview of Amazon Q Apps, a new Amazon Q Business capability. Amazon Q Business revolutionizes the way that employees interact with organizational knowledge and enterprise systems.

Tenant Switching and Custom Permissions in a Multi-Tenant Serverless Application by John Ingram
By Michael Schmid, Sr. Partner Solutions Architect – AWS Many providers of software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications want to reach as many different customers as possible to scale their offering while optimizing cost and operational efficiency.

Amazon Q Developer, now generally available, includes new capabilities to reimagine developer experience by Donnie Prakoso
When Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched Amazon Q Developer as a preview last year, it changed my experience of interacting with AWS services and, at the same time, maximizing the potential of AWS services on a daily basis.

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Jeremy is the CEO and Founder of Ampt and an AWS Serverless Hero that has a soft spot for helping people solve problems using serverless. He frequently consults with companies and developers transitioning away from the traditional “server-full” approach. You can find him ranting about serverless on Twitter, in several forums and Slack groups, hosting the Serverless Chats podcast, and at conferences around the world.


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