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AWS Snowcone is the smallest member of the AWS Snow Family of edge computing and data transfer devices. Snowcone is portable, rugged, and secure – small and light enough to fit in a backpack, and able to withstand harsh environments. Customers use Snowcone to deploy applications...
Arguments about terminology are not rare in our community; words are powerful tools, so we want to be sure that we are using them in the correct way. But, naturally, opinions on what is “correct” may (and do) differ. Discussions on the use of loaded terms...
AWS Training and Certification has launched Amazon DynamoDB: Building NoSQL Database–Driven Applications, a self-paced, digital course now available on Coursera.
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While building a WebSocket API with Amazon API Gateway, you can now send back Sec-WebSocket-Protocol field as part of the response from $connect route. This means clients can now request specific subprotocols while connecting to your WebSocket API.
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