When hosting workload with AWS, one of the key security principles we follow is — Least Privilege Access. The idea is to give the minimum set of permissions required for the service to perform the business. But when you work with Kubernetes to host your containerised workload, this principle at…


More or less every application you develop has sensitive data that it uses to execute some business logic. It could be username and password to connect to a Database, or an application key and secret to connect to a 3rd party service. …


This blog gives you a high-level overview of exposing services running inside a private Kubernetes cluster @AWS Public Cloud using EKS managed service to the external world. You will get a taste of Architecting the system given a set of constraints. …


Serverless architecture is a way to build and run applications and services without having to manage infrastructure. The approach helps the teams to focus on the actual business value add and forget about the Infrastructure management. …


Workload migration from On-Premise to Cloud is getting common now a days. Teams are migrating their workloads because of multiple reasons. …


Everyone is loving Serverless. It supports more or less all the use cases, be it creating Web based application, Exposing Rest APIs with Rate limit, Event based Asynchronous processing and many more. But one thing that generally force people to think about is — Executing long running tasks in Serverless?


Continuing with our Design Journey of YAFDP Application using AWS Serverless Stack from earlier parts —

Part 1How to structure Microservices using AWS Serverless stack and using Synchronous Request-Response pattern with API Gateway and Lambda

Part 2Covers Designing of Asynchronous event submission using API Gateway, SQS…


Continuing with our Design Journey of YAFDP Application using AWS Serverless Stack from earlier parts —

Part 1How to structure Microservices using AWS Serverless stack and using Synchronous Request-Response pattern with API Gateway and Lambda

Part 2Covers Designing of Asynchronous event submission using API Gateway, SQS…


Continuing with our Design Journey of YAFDP Application using AWS Serverless Stack from earlier parts —

Part 1How to structure Microservices using AWS Serverless stack and using Synchronous Request-Response pattern with API Gateway and Lambda

Part 2Covers Designing of Asynchronous event submission using API Gateway, SQS…


Continuing with our Design Journey of YAFDP Application using AWS Serverless Stack from earlier parts —

Part 1 How to structure Microservices using AWS Serverless stack and using Synchronous Request-Response pattern with API Gateway and Lambda

Part 2 (This blog) — Covers Designing of Asynchronous event submission using API…

Naresh Waswani

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