New Training: API Gateway Service Proxy to SNS Messaging
In this 7-video skill, CBT Nuggets trainer Bart Castle teaches you how to configure the AWS API Gateway as a REST proxy to another AWS service. Gain an understanding of how the API Gateway provides translation, conversion, and integration for a variety of third-party, do-it-yourself, and AWS API-based solutions. Watch this new AWS training.
Watch the full course: AWS Certified Developer – Associate
This training includes:
44 minutes of training
You’ll learn these topics in this skill:
API Gateway as an AWS Service Proxy
Planning for API Gateway Service Proxy
Creating API Gateway Resources
Creating API Resource Methods
Configuring Method Request Integration
Configuring Method Response Integration
REST API Testing with Postman and Friends
What are Amazon API Gateways?
Amazon API Gateways are an Amazon AWS cloud-native service that allow developers to create, manage, and secure APIs to be managed and used with AWS cloud-native services. For those who are somewhat new to APIs, an API or An Application Programming Interface simply facilitates the communication between unique approved applications. A good way to quickly understand APIs is to think of them like the waiter in a restaurant supporting transactions or facilitating communication between the kitchen, the bar and the tables.
To build on this concept, Amazon API Gateways are AWS cloud-native gateways that act as a bridge between on-premise applications and AWS cloud-native services or customer-created custom applications, where APIs can communicate seamlessly between these endpoints via the AWS API Gateway. Using the AWS API Gateway, users can establish two-way communication with support of both RESTful and WEBSOCKET APIs to unique applications that support on-premises workloads.