- Backend as a service (BaaS)
- Function as a service (FaaS)
- Why infrastructure as code is so important
- Creating an order
- Setting up DynamoDB
- Saving into a DynamoDB table
- Using AWS SDK
- Sending a message to the stream
- Deploying and testing an application
- Cleaning up an AWS environment
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Narrator] These days we can not have data processing delays in our system. We need to respond now, in real time. For that, we need to build applications that can support the input of hundreds of thousands of data records simultaneously from different sources. In this course, I will show you how to create a production-ready application that can scale, be cost efficient, and support real-time input of data. We are going to use a serverless architecture in the cloud and infrastructure as code. This will help us to build a very scalable backend where we only pay for what we use, and also is easy to maintain and extend. We are going to learn the different AWS services, like Kinesis, SQS, SNS, and AWS Lamda. I'm Marcia Villalba, an AWS Severless Hero, with 15 years of experience building backend applications, and I have been designing and developing serverless applications since 2016. Join me in this journey as we develop data-driven applications with AWS, here on LinkedIn Learning.
AWS for Developers: AWS AppSync with GraphQLwith Bear Cahill1h 25m Intermediate
Introduction to AWS DeepLenswith Jonathan Fernandes33m 50s Intermediate
What you should know1m 27s
1. Get Started with Serverless
2. Get Started with Kinesis
3. SNS, SQS, and Kinesis
4. Lifecycle of a Message in the Stream
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