Building low-latency, event-driven applications: Resources

Building low-latency, event-driven applications: Resources

This blog post collects all the resources for the talk: "Building low-latency, event-driven applications"

You can watch the whole session here:


AWS re:Invent 2022 - Keynote with Dr. Werner Vogels

Synchronous backend

The simplest backend

In this video, you will learn how to build the simplest backend from the talk using AWS SAM and Nodejs.

Load testing and

In this video, you will learn about, how to build load tests and how to run them using AWS Lambda.

Learn more about in their site.

Lambda invocation modes

In this video, Julian Wood explains a lot of different concepts related to Lambda and how it scale. In minute 6, you can learn about the invocation modes.


In this video, you will learn what is AWS X-ray and how to get started using it.

Lambda features mentioned

AWS Lambda power tuning

Access to the open source library.

Lambda response streaming

In this video, you will learn what is Lambda response streaming and how to do a simple example using NodeJS

In this video, you will see how to use Lambda response streaming with Amazon Bedrock

API Gateway direct integration

Here you can find an example of code on how to do to the API Gateway direct integration with Amazon DynamoDB.

AWS Step Functions

In this playlist, you can learn more about Step Functions.

Real time backend

API Gateway Web sockets

In this video, there is a simple example of API Gateway with lambda using Web sockets

AppSync with Web Sockets

In this video, you will see an example of how to do real time web applications using AppSync and GraphQL subscriptions.

AWS IoT Core

In this video, James Beswick explains how to use AWS IoT Core and how he used it to build Serverlesspresso.

Did you hear about ServerlessVideo during re:Invent? Check it out here.

Multi-region applications

I have a full playlist with videos and concepts about building multi-Region applications. Check it out.

Try Marvel Snap:

Second Dinner:

Stress test loader:

Amazon.Lambda.AspNetCoreServer package: