How to secure for free your endpoints with AWS

This post continues the series launched long time ago with the first article about microservices. Supposing you have the best microservice ever that is deployed with Elastic Beanstalk. It has one or more endpoints that by default communicates through HTTP protocol. Let’s see how to add the security layer without any cost and without too […]

Run workflows using AWS Step Functions

The previous post about integrating SWF in a Spring Boot application received a lot of feedback that convinced us this topic is interesting for our readers. But from all the replies, there was one that anticipated the subject of a future post we are going to debate today: why not using AWS Step Functions to […]

Integrating AWS SWF in a Spring Boot microservice

A while ago, we launched a series of articles about microservices using Java, Spring Boot and Amazon Web Services. Today we come with a new episode inspired by what is happening into practice: there are many cases when we need to execute from time to time a background process to complete a certain task: send […]