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Microservices Design Patterns In Practice Made Easy With AWS Serverless

This is a series to explain Microservices Design Patterns in practice

Create a Serverless Microservice “Hello World” REST Endpoint: Step By Step

2. Adding Lambda to the Microservice

3. Building a GraphQL Microservice with AWS AppSync and Amplify

4. The Strangler Pattern

Full code can be found at https://github.com/ranyelhousieny/Microservices_AWS_Serverless

Case Studies:

Migrating from Monolithic Architecture to Microservices Hands-On Real-World Case Study

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Rany ElHousieny

Rany ElHousieny

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ranyelhousieny Commercial software development manager offering 25+ years of technical experience. Certified Solutions Architect

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