In this video, learn the different parts of the project you are going to build in this course, all the AWS resources you will need to use, and explore all of the use cases with architectural diagrams.
- [Instructor] In the previous chapter, … I gave a quick explanation on what we are going to build … in our project without getting too technical. … Now that we know more about streams … and serverless applications in general, … we are going to get into the architecture … of our application. … This is the diagram I show in the previous chapter, … where our users make an online purchase of a cake, … and then the cake gets prepared and delivered to the user. … We are going to start with the first part, … When the users makes an order. … In the previous chapter, we already built … the skeleton for this. … The user will send a message to the API gateway … and this will trigger an AWS Lambda. … This Lambda will save the order in a DynamoDB table, … and also in the stream. … So why we are saving this order in the stream, … instead of only having it in the database? … Databases are great, but they don't represent data flow. … Data in databases is static. … Instead, data in a stream is dynamic. …
- 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
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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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