Amazon’s Amplify Libraries make integrating with the cloud backend for services ranging from authentication to GraphQL APIs, quite seamless from various client side platforms.
API Gateways are seamless Http API endpoints that are often serviced by Lambda functions based on the defined routes.
AppSync is Amazon’s GraphQL service that enables the very fast and flexible implementations of serverless APIs based on a defined GraphQL schema.
The AWS Command Line Interface is an essential tool when working with the Amazon Cloud Platform.
CloudFormation is a solution for implementing and managing Infrastructure-as-Code definitions for your AWS Cloud Environments.
CloudWatch is the Logging and Metrics Repository for the Amazon Cloud Platform and is often the first stop for investigating issues with your services.
Cognito is Amazon’s robust and scalable Cloud Based Identity Provider supporting modern authentication protocols like OAuth and Open ID Connect.
DynamoDB is a powerful serverless NoSQL Database service on the AWS Cloud.
EventBridge is a serverless messaging bus service that gurantees data transfer between other services linked by it and even supports features like cross AWS account messaging.
Cryptographic Key Management Service is an often critical component to securely utilizing encryption and decryption with the AWS Cloud.
Lambdas are powerful serverless functions that are the building blocks of Serverless Architectures on the AWS Cloud.
Route 53 is a domain management service offered by AWS which is often integrated quite well with other services like Certificate Manager and Amplify Hosting.
SES or Amazon’s Simple Email Service handles email delivery at scale.
Simple Notification Service as the name suggests is used in solutions for requiring notifications to be send out to various targets, including by direct notifications.