Integrate legacy API with AWS API Gateway proxy: Issue #19
In this issue, Integrate your legacy API with AWS API Gateway, who to follow on Twitter for cloud content, Cloud Migration Guide, Using AWS IoT Core to watch Cat, and more.
Hey friends 👋
We are back with issue #19. This week’s issue is sponsored by Dashbird - Serverless applications monitoring at Scale.
We receive so many interesting stories in Towards AWS each week. This week we receive an article that was interesting for us. Leandro Damascena, who works as a Systems architect and developer for over 15 years and is passionate about cloud solutions shares how he uses AWS IoT to watch his catch.😃 (story below).
Who to follow for Cloud content on Twitter…?
Follow these awesome people who have been sharing their journey in the cloud on Twitter.
Integrating legacy API with AWS API Gateway Proxy!
In this article, you will learn how to integrate legacy API with AWS API Gateway. Since every business is moving to the cloud, building on top of a legacy system or upgrading them is a challenging job.
Find out the complete guide on how API Integrations works and how you can integrate it with your legacy API. Read here.
Complete Cloud Migration Guide
Sandip Das, who is AWS Container Hero explains in detail about Cloud Migration and all the things you need to know about it in this article.
Why I Became an AWS Community Builder
In this piece of blog, Harinder Seera explains why he joined the AWS Community Builder program in detail. Continue reading here.
If you are interested in the community this post will clear your all questions.
Using AWS IoT Core to watch my cat
So wanna take care of your cat using AWS IoT? 😃 Find out how in this article
Set up a ChatOps notifications service within your AWS environment in 5 minutes using EventBridge, Lambda, and Python
Read the story here.
Deploying AWS Lambda Function with AWS CLI
Read the story here.
That’s all for this week. See you next week.
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