AWS API Gateway

Amazon API Gateway is a fully managed service that makes it easy for developers to create, publish, maintain, monitor, and secure APIs at any scale.

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Our Thoughts on AWS API Gateway

AWS API Gateway can be used in a serverless application to provide a secure, scalable, and cost-effective way to expose your application's APIs to the outside world.

In a serverless architecture, you can use AWS API Gateway to handle the incoming API requests and trigger AWS Lambda functions to process the requests. This allows you to build scalable, event-driven applications that can automatically scale to meet changing demand.

It doesn't stop there, though. You can also use AWS API Gateways to invoke Lambdas or other AWS services from Salesforce by calling them either from the front-end, using Lightning Web Components, or from the back-end using Apex.

Some of the key benefits of using AWS API Gateway in your custom app are:

  1. Cost-effective: With AWS API Gateway, you only pay for the number of API requests that you receive, so you can keep costs low.
  2. Scalability: AWS API Gateway is designed to scale automatically to handle high traffic loads, so your serverless application can grow with your business.
  3. Security: AWS API Gateway provides built-in security features such as authentication and authorization, SSL/TLS encryption, and IP filtering, to help keep your integration and data secure.
  4. Monitoring and logging: AWS API Gateway provides detailed logging and monitoring capabilities, making it easy to track API usage and performance. This can help you identify potential issues with your serverless application and resolve them before they become major problems.
  5. Custom domain names: AWS API Gateway allows you to use custom domain names for your APIs, making it easy to create a consistent and branded user experience for your serverless application.
  6. Integration with other AWS services: AWS API Gateway integrates easily with other AWS services such as Lambda, DynamoDB, and S3, so you can build complex serverless applications using a variety of different services.
  7. Support for multiple protocols: AWS API Gateway supports multiple protocols such as HTTP, WebSockets, and REST, so you can choose the best protocol for your specific use case and integrate your serverless application with a wide variety of other systems and services.

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