Deploy AWS API Gateway HTTP API Architectures

Deploy AWS API Gateway HTTP API Architectures

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About API Gateway and REST APIs

A REST API is used to define how users communicate with the resource that make up your serverless application. It represents an application programming interface (API) declared with Amazon API Gateway, a service that supports creation, deployment, and management of RESTful APIs. In a serverless architecture, an API Gateway API serves as an entry point for your backend.

Key Features of API Gateway include:

  • Secure and deliberate access to resources
  • Pay-as-you-go; Only pay for API calls you receive and the amount of data transferred out
  • Authorization and access control, version management, and monitoring provided by AWS on your behalf

More specifically, a REST API allows you to declare a collection of API Gateway resources and methods that can be invoked through HTTPS endpoints. You're able to follow REST guidelines to add HTTP request methods and their respective paths as well as define a custom domain for users to access your API.

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